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British Transport Police (BTP) officers are appealing for information after an off-duty officer was assaulted after stepping in to break up an altercation on a Shenfield train.
ESSEX Police failed to put safety measures in place to protect a woman from a convicted killer, according to an Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation.
THE COUNCIL chamber at the civic centre has been officially re-opened after a £1.
A GIRL has been awarded a St John Ambulance Young First Aider of the Year Award for her level-headed actions when a family friend collapsed and had a fit.
THE new mayor of the City of Chelmsford was sworn in on Wednesday, May 15.
A WICKFORD man allegedly linked to the hacking group Anonymous has been jailed for a series of high-profile cyber-attacks.
SHOPPERS are overpaying for car parking in Basildon town centre because Pay and Display machines reject new 10p and 5p coins.
BUDDING writers are being given the opportunity to hone their skills as part of a new course being offered by the Towngate Theatre in Basildon.
A WICKFORD mum has urged parents to be vigilant after she caught a fox climbing into her eight-week-old son's Moses basket.
BASILDON Council has refused to name the officials who provided advice to a councillor before he published insults about a political rival.
MORE than 200 driving offences were logged in a special police operation in Basildon last week.
CHILDREN from a junior school were the first to use a new playground they helped design.
BASILDON Council has announced a crackdown on 'trouble-makers' at Brooke House.
A FUN walk organised by a Basildon MP attracted a record number of participants.
A MAN was robbed on a c2c train from Basildon to Upminster last month.
PARENTS of children with disabilities or special needs are being offered a helping hand.
VISITORS to Rayleigh will be able to take a step back in time on Bank Holiday Monday.
EXPERTS from the BBC's Antiques Road Trip filmed in Rayleigh on Monday and Tuesday to explore precious items up for auction.
A FURIOUS pensioner has branded Castle Point Council's grass cutting service as a total disgrace.
RESIDENTS from far and wide are expected to flock to the annual Wild Woods Day.
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