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Campaigner accuses Essex Council of hypocrisy over speed change decisions

A BASILDON woman has accused Essex Council of 'hypocrisy' over a road safety campaign.

Denise Briggenshaw, of The Upway, said politicians had ignored massive support for a 30mph limit on Dry Street, but had backed a far smaller campaign in B... read on

THOMAS Scammell's cheeky grin and boundless energy landed him a place in the 'Kids in Charge' team at a well-known leisure attraction. read on...
CATHERINE Roberts was impressed by the way good friends had adapted their lives around their autistic son, researching the condition and attending special sensory classes, seminars and courses. read on...
HONESTY really is the best policy – ask Stephanie Corder. read on...
SENIOR councillors say new housing waiting list rules are to help residents get accommodation quicker. read on...

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Orient gained a morale-boosting win in their relegation fight against the ten men Valiants last Saturday.

Chris Birchall had given Vale a well deserved first-half lead, before visiting keeper, Chris Neal was red carded for a foul on Chris Dagnall. David Mooney then levelled from the penalty spot, with a Neil Collins' own goal and a Dean Cox screamer sealing a much-needed three points.

Against a side still needing a couple of wins to ensure League One survival, the O's struggled to make an impact, with Mooney and Dagnall restricted to half chances.

Having battered the Orient goal with Alex Cisak producing a 'worldy' save to deny Louis Dodds and Gary Sawyer cleari... read on

A second half goal from Aaron Pierre earned promotion chasing Wycombe Wanderers a narrow victory in a scrappy but competitive Sky Bet League Two encounter at Victoria Road. read on...
Essex County Cricket Club stepped up their preparations for the 2015 campaign as old adversaries Middlesex visited Chelmsford for a short series of pre-season ‘warm-up’ matches. read on...
Southend's promotion push suffered another blow, last Saturday, after lowly Cambridge shut up shop and picked up a vital point in their relegation fight. read on...
Leyton Orient endured a frustrating evening against the high-flying, ten-man Tykes on Tuesday, with sub, Milan Lalkovic, dismissed on 90 minutes. read on...

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