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SPECIAL REPORT – Part 1: Southend ‘sex ring’ victim says ‘heads should roll’ after paedophile ‘informant’ was set free to molest more children

EXCLUSIVE A VICTIM of a Southend paedophile ring has said ‘heads should roll’ after it was revealed that a plea

SPECIAL REPORT – Part 2: ‘Shoebury Sex Ring’ victim breaks 30-year silence to detail horrific web of abuse

Exclusive YA interview Ben* was around 13 years old the first time he was taken to Dennis King’s flat. He

Thurrock worst in Essex for air quality

AIR QUALITY in Thurrock is now so bad that the lung damage caused by living there is equivalent to smoking

Rochford woman wins public vote for Essex Sports Personality of the Year

A ROCHFORD sportswoman has been crowned Sports Personality of the Year at the Active Essex Sports Awards. Freya Levy, who

Southend councillors urged to refuse permission for ‘poorly designed’ houses in Leigh-on-Sea

PLANNING officers have encouraged councillors to block a ‘poorly designed’ housing development in Leigh-on-Sea. A developer has asked Southend Council

Emergency workers offered ‘unimited free access’ to Basildon leisure centres over Christmas

PUBLIC-OWNED leisure centres in Basildon and Wickford will offer their services to emergency workers and frontline NHS staff for free

Girl, 16, suffers ‘life-changing injuries’ in Shoebury road accident

A TEENAGE girl has suffered ‘life-changing injuries’ in a road collision in Shoeburyness, said Essex Police. The force has appealed

Dagenham man faces charge over Whitechapel shooting

A DAGENHAM man has been charged with murder over the shooting death of a man in Whitechapel last month. Iron

Barking blackmailer ordered to repay more than £270,000

A BARKING computer hacker who used malicious software to blackmail people all over the world has been ordered to pay

Essex Police seeks boy over theft of goods worth more than £1,000 in Southend

ESSEX Police has released a CCTV image of a boy wanted for questioning after goods worth more than £1,000 were