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Essex Police is appealing for the public’s help to find a 14-year-old girl who is missing from Halstead.
WITH the cost of living rising across the UK, many Brits will be hoping to grab a bargain or make some extra money from a car boot sale.
TWO roads in Colchester are set to get temporary 30mph speed limits.
Police bosses say Lakeside is safe and the public should not fear going after a man was murdered inside the centre.
A MUSICIAN has shared what it’s been like to be chosen as UK’s entry for Eurovision, with just two weeks to go until the final.
Southend appeared in EastEnders last night on BBC One after days of filming on the seafront last month.
Essex will have a few closures affecting the M25, A12 and Dartford Crossing in the early hours of the morning over the weekend
Police have tonight launched a murder investigation after a man died following a serious assault.
Stacey Solomon has shared an adorable update with fans of her baby daughter Rose.
A 12-year-old boy left in a coma after suffering brain damage in an incident at home might have been taking part in a “online challenge”, his mother has said.
The Chief Scout has said it is important to build adult volunteer numbers back up.
THE county’s busiest foodbank has pledged to cease its operations by 2030 as it battles to meet rising demand from vulnerable families.
TEN Essex MPs have been banned from entering Russia for the alleged “whipping up of Russophobic hysteria”.
Newsquest's Ukraine Crisis Appeal has raised more than £33,000 thanks to the amazing generosity of our readers.
There are several pets from RSPCA branches in Essex who are looking for new homes.
A thug who knocked his ex-partner unconscious while she made a desperate 999 call to police has been locked up.
The fire has been burning since the early morning of Tuesday, April 26
COMPETITORS got down and dirty as they took part in Maldon’s famous mud race.
More than 40,000 railway workers will start voting on Tuesday on whether to strike in disputes over jobs and pay.
A POLICE sergeant who has been serving the Colchester community for the past decade has shared her fascinating insight into the role.