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MP visits Southend Hospital to thank staff for their hard work during Covid-19 pandemic

Sir David Amess, Conservative MP for Southend West, visited Southend Hospital on Friday August 7 to thank doctors, nurses and

Basildon Council increases special collection services

Basildon Council has announced that an extra 35 slots for special collection will be available every day, from Monday August

It happened today – this day in history – August 8

1549: Henry II of France declares war on England and orders the siege of Boulogne. 1609: The Venetian senate examines

Man jailed for perverting the course of justice following killing in Leytonstone

A man who changed the number plates of a car involved in a murder in east London has been sentenced

Maldon bypass closed after serious traffic collision

The A414 Maldon bypass is closed following a road traffic collision this afternoon, Friday August 7. Police were called shortly

New layout at Southchurch Park East car park to create extra bays and e-car charging

Work is underway on creating extra parking spaces and new greenery at Southchurch Park East car park. Currently, the car

Basildon hospice launches Virtual Luke’s to Luke’s Challenge to raise vital funds

St. Luke’s Hospice in Basildon is calling supporters to complete 5 or 10 miles this October and raise vital funds

Mark Noble Football School kicks off in Billericay

Basildon Council has welcomed the Mark Noble Football School to the borough as it begins delivering football classes to sold-out

Dispersal order put in place for two areas in Tilbury

Police have put a dispersal order in place for 48 hours following concerns about an unauthorised event in Tilbury. The

It happened today – this day in history – August 7

1560: Birth of Elizabeth Bathory, Hungarian countess and most prolific female serial killer in history, in Nyírbátor. 1573: Francis Drake’s