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It happened today – this day in history – November 7

1800: It becomes illegal for women in Paris to wear trousers without a Police permit. 1820: James Monroe is re-elected

Peter says ‘ello, ‘ello, ‘ello to volunteer driving at hospice

Peter Whitehead is an ex-bobby. Since retiring from the police, he’s been giving up his time to chauffeur patients to

Drug dealer jailed after being arrested twice in 10 days

A drug dealer who was arrested twice in 10 days under a designated operation in Chelmsford has been jailed for

Chelmsford man jailed for assaulting a woman, two men and a police officer

A man who hit a woman with a metal bin, stabbed two men, and then punched a police officer has

Active Essex Sports Awards finalists announced

Active Essex has announced the shortlist for its eagerly awaited 2019 sports awards, which will celebrate the county’s greatest sporting

It happened today – this day in history – November 6

1528: Shipwrecked Spanish conquistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca becomes the first known European to set foot in Texas. 1844:

Police name man found dead Ilford lane

Detectives investigating the death of a man found in a rural lane in Ilford have named him as Vladislavs Radionovs,

Cyclist dies in Rayleigh collision

A cyclist has died following a collision in Rayleigh this morning. Police were called to reports of a collision involving

Police welcomes Vietnamese delegation as work continues to identify 39 lorry dead

Police are continuing to progress the complex investigation into the circumstances which led to 39 people being found dead in

Essex University campus set to be hit by strike action

The University of Essex will be hit with eight days of strike action from Monday November 25 through to Wednesday