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WETHERSPOON bosses say they are committed to transforming a listed former cinema into a pub as part of a huge £145million project to launch 18 new sites.
Essex recorded the highest temperature in the UK on Monday, with the mini-heatwave set to continue on Tuesday.
Police have confirmed a man was handed a fine following an alleged anti-mask protest at a shop in Essex.
ONE in three people infected with Covid will suffer from unusual muscle pains, according to a new study.
COMMUNITY groups designed to help struggling families with vital items for new-born babies and children have been “inundated” with requests.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson described Monday as a “big day for many” but urged the public to stick to the new lockdown rules.
Boris Johnson will lead a Downing Street press briefing this evening as Covid lockdown restrictions are eased.
Tesco has played down concerns about an alleged anti-mask protest in one of its stores in Essex.
The Prime Minister is set to address the nation as lockdown rules ease to allow small gatherings outdoors.
Police are working hard to identify the owners of 83 suspected stolen dogs.
A DOZEN rapid Covid-19 test centres will be closed during parts of the Easter weekend - so residents who access regular tests are being urged to plan ahead.
Friends and families will be reunited and team sports are resuming in a major easing of England’s coronavirus lockdown to allow far greater freedom outdoors.
DRIVERS covered enough mileage on Essex roads to take them around the world hundreds of thousands of times, figures show.
It is understood the first Moderna jabs are due to arrive in the UK next month.
Cruise fans have the chance to immerse themselves in the magical world of Disney this summer.... all while sailing at sea.
Peter Andre is set to perform at Chelmsford Racecourse's ladies day event this summer.
A leading scientist says the UK should expect to be “alert” to coronavirus for many years to come.
A man who violently assaulted a woman in front of her own children has been jailed for three years.
A father and daughter have built a wearable replica of the Sutton Hoo helmet using more than 1,000 Lego bricks.
The UK is expecting to receive its first shipment of a new coronavirus vaccine next month, a Cabinet minister has confirmed.