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KATIE Price has quit social media after online trolls accused her of faking her alleged assault, it has been reported.
The Red Arrows will fly over Essex again on Friday - here is how and where you'll be able to spot them.
THIS is the somewhat patriotic moment the Red Arrows flew towards the seafront as they closed the first day of the Clacton 150th Anniversary Flights.
IT was never going to be the Clacton Airshow we have all come to cherish and love, but today's soaring aviation extravaganza proved a fitting replacement.
A WARNING has been issued after a fake website was found to be asking people to pay to watch an unofficial live-stream of the Clacton 150th anniversary flights.
The sequel to the Downton Abbey film which was filmed in a north Essex town has been given an official title.
Teachers and families have been urged to take precautions to reduce outbreaks of the winter sickness bug as schools prepare to reopen their doors to pupils next week.
FLIGHT fanatics are set to descend on Clacton this week for the town's 150th Anniversary Flights.
A football fan who was attacked after an away match died five years later of complications from a brain injury, an inquest has heard.
Colchester-based children's clothing brand Lacuna Child is hosting a pop-up shop at Bond Street in Chelmsford.
THE case against Katie Price’s alleged attacker could be dropped as she "cannot face" going to trial, it has been reported.
Residents of Essex will be able to spot the famous Red Arrows flying over the county today as part of the Clacton 150 flights event.
A serial beggar who continually flouted a court order by begging at cash machines has been jailed for 40 weeks.
Here is where Essex County Council says you can donate items to help refugees fleeing Afghanistan.
Love Island winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon have landed at an Essex airport after returning to the UK.
This year's Love Island stars are planning to live together in Essex, it has been revealed.
Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, Sir Ringo Starr, Roger Taylor and Jonny Marr were among the rock stars paying tribute.
A fascist teenager plotted to wreak terror with a 3D-printed gun, a court has heard.
Police want to speak to a woman in connection with theft at a store in Chelmsford.