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Defending the freedom of the press
This year's Local Newspaper Week runs from May 13th to 19th
This year the theme is press freedom, focussing on the importance of the role played by the local press in scrutinising authority and holding the powerful to account.
Joyce Sharland-Brown, a Tindle News editorial manager, spoke to Sir Ray Tindle about the theme of the week.
A MOTHER is teaching her three toddlers at home because the local education authority cannot find them places in the same school.
read on...BARKING and Dagenham Council is facing a crisis over a worrying shortage of school places.
THE ROBIN Hood pub lives on, even though it was bulldozed eight years ago. read on...
BOROUGH youngsters will take part in this year's London Youth games despite the council refusing to fund them. read on...
BOROUGHS across the capital are facing a crisis over a shortage of primary school places. read on...
Three Brentwood School rugby stars have been chosen to play for the England Independent Schools’ U18 rugby team.
read onPlayers aged 16 and over in Essex have a new option for their football next season as discussions between the Essex County FA and other interested par...
Essex have announced the signing of New Zealand Test player Hamish Rutherford.
The 24 year-old joins the County as a replacement for Rob Quiney, ... read on
Essex batsman Rob Quiney is expected to be out of action for 10 to 12 weeks with a shoulder injury.
The 30-year-old Australian was set to move th... read on
Essex have named a 13-man squad for the trip to Edinburgh on Sunday where they face Scotland in the Yorkshire Bank 40 competition.
Ben Foakes, Ja... read on
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