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Doctor embraces his rainbow roots to raise cash for hospice

A palliative care consultant has stayed true to his promise of ‘embracing the rainbow’ by dying his hair after raising

Council asks for inquiry into effect of coronavirus on BAME communities in Basildon

The leader of Basildon Council, Cllr Gavin Callaghan and chairman of the External Affairs, Partnerships and Liaison Committee, Cllr Aidan

This week’s digital YA now available

Your weekly digital edition of the Yellow Advertiser is now available at: https://www.yellowad.co.uk/digital-edition/

It happened today – this day in history – May 28

1431: Joan of Arc is accused of relapsing into heresy by donning male clothing again, providing justification for her execution.

Police impose dispersal order in South Woodham Ferrers

A dispersal order will be in place on South Woodham Ferrers this evening following reports of anti-social behaviour. The order

Council officers break up rave in Leytonstone squat

Council officers discovered an illegal squat rave in Leytonstone over the bank holiday weekend. A council spokesperson confirmed “an illegal

Police seize massive cocaine haul in Purfleet

Almost 300 kilograms of Class A drugs, worth over £10 million, has been recovered in Essex in the biggest ever

Little Havens children’s hospice offers gardens to families in crisis

A children’s hospice is offering the use of its gardens to families experiencing an exceptional crisis during the coronavirus pandemic.

It happened today – this day in history – May 27

1564: Death of Protestant religious reformer John Calvin aged 54. 1679: The Habeaus Corpus Act (strengthening a person’s right to

Seafront measures will continue to be reviewed after busy bank holiday

After a busy and hot Bank Holiday Monday in Southend, the council’s cabinet member for community safety has said that