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Civil servants clear up Basildon town centre as litter campaign winds down

ROUGHLY 20 council workers took part in a litter pick in Basildon town centre today. The event marked the end

Castle Point to vote on Local Plan tonight, amid looming threat of Government intervention

CASTLE Point Council will vote tonight on whether to approve its draft Local Plan and send it out for a

Burglar who raided home owned by Lord Sugar ordered to repay almost £300,000

A BURGLAR who was jailed last year for a series of burglaries in Canvey Island and Epping Forest has been

Essex Police seeks woman over alleged assault at Maldon pub

ESSEX Police has released a CCTV image of a woman wanted for questioning over an alleged assault. The force is

Southend Council to hold consultation events this week over £500m Queensway regeneration

SOUTHEND Council will hold a series of consultation events over a planned £500million regeneration of the Queensway estate. A developer

Essex Police seeks men who crashed into 10 vehicles in haphazard getaway

ESSEX Police is hunting two men who damaged 10 vehicles in a haphazard getaway. Officers tried to stop a red

Rochford youth council celebrates first anniversary after mental health and playground campaigns

ROCHFORD District Youth Council has celebrated its first anniversary, saying its biggest achievements were helping to secure new play equipment

Good Samaritan who helped woman near Halfway House may be key witness, says Essex Police

ESSEX Police is trying to trace a good Samaritan who came to the aid of a woman near the Halfway

Southend and Wallasea set to be ‘opened up’ by England Coast Path

RESIDENTS have been asked for their opinions on plans to link up the ‘breath-taking’ coastline between Wallasea Island and Southend.

Essex Police seeks man with Laindon and Tilbury links over alleged burglary and assault

ESSEX Police has released a photograph of a man wanted for questioning over alleged burglary and assault offences. Thomas Ellisdon,