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It happened today – this day in history – December 7

1254: Death of Pope Innocent IV. 1703: A storm hits southern England killing thousands. 1732: The Royal Opera House opens

Southend and District Badminton Association

The Masters Premier took centre stage in the Southend and District Badminton Association with three matches taking place. The first

Loughton man in court after boy killed and others injured in collision outside school

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of 12-year-old Harley Watson and the attempted murder of ten

Owner and stylist at Billericay hair salon scoop top accolade at British Hairdressing Awards

Jim Shaw, owner and director of Toni & Guy Billericay and the salon’s premium stylist Daisy Carter, have been crowned

It happened today – this day in history – December 6

1745: Bonnie Prince Charlie’s army retreats to Scotland. 1877: Thomas Edison records himself reciting “Mary Had A Little Lamb”. On

Loughton man faces charges including murder of schoolboy

Essex Police has been authorised by the CPS to charge a man from Loughton with murder and ten charges of

Investigation continues into death of 12-year-old Harley Watson in Loughton

Detectives investigating the death of 12-year-old Harley Watson in Loughton on Monday December 2 have established there is no connection

This week’s digital edition of your YA now available

To see this week’s Yellow Advertiser digital edition go to: https://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pubname=&pubid=5d56ea9e-18fb-4ce6-a729-f1c8e579572d

It happened today – this day in history – December 5

771: Charlemagne becomes the sole King of the Franks after the death of his brother Carloman. 1492: ChristopherColumbus discovers Hispanola.

It happened today – this day in history – December 4

1123: Death of Persian poet, astronomer, mathematician and philosopher Omar Khayyám. 1154: Nicholas Breakspear is elected Pope Adrian IV –