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For many of us 2020 was a year to forget, and no doubt you'll be looking forward to 2021.
FROM burning effigies and breaking plates to chucking furniture out of the window and talking to animals, some of the weirdest and wackiest new year’s traditions from around the world have been revealed.
ARE you feeling the January blues?
HAVE you ever tried to find a friend’s house when all the neighbouring properties look the same?
Here are the death notices published in this week's Braintree and Witham Times:
Covid-19 has taken a terrible toll on life, businesses and liberties.
OVERNIGHT closures of the A12 will begin in the coming week.
The car failed to stop and was found in Stevens Road
Five people have been arrested and a woman fined £10,000
The UK sees a record daily high of 57,725 coronavirus cases while NHS workers warn things are set to get worse
Tier 4 restrictions mean that residents should stay at home
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Police are attempting to trace the organisers of two unauthorised New Year's Eve events which put hundreds of people at risk.
When the new plastic banknote is entering circulation and how Alan Turing was selected to be the face of it
The match was postponed less than two hours before kick-off
It was claimed that reopening schools from January 4 will overwhelm the NHS
All Saints Church in East Horndon overwhelmed by crowdfunder
The match was postponed just hours before kick-off in Essex
She was left with a fractured pelvis and hand