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It happened today – this day in history – November 18

1307: William Tell reputedly shoots an apple off his son’s head. 1477: First English dated printed book “Dictes & Sayengis

Injury hit Leopards still without a league win

Essex & Herts Leopards coach Thomas Baker was philosophical following his side’s 109-86 defeat at Derby Trailblazers on Saturday. “We

Sunday crossword

Across: 3. Dance (5) 7. Restitution (9) 8. Germ (3) 12. North African capital city (5) 13. Realistic (9) 14.

It happened today – on this day in history – November 17

1558: Elizabeth I aged 25 ascends throne upon death of her half sister Queen Mary. 1603: Sir Walter Raleigh goes

Brentwood club Sugar Hut withdraws 7am licence bid

The Sugar Hut will still reopen on November 30 following a £4million upgrade –  despite the withdrawal of an application

It happened today – this day in history – November 16

1272: Death of Henry III. 1380: French King Charles VI declares no taxes for ever. 1532: Explorer Francisco Pizzaro captures

Spectacular switch on for Romford Christmas lights

Thousands of Havering residents flocked to Romford Market Place on Thursday November 14 to celebrate the Christmas lights switch on,

Met seek man in connection with betting shop robbieries in Romford and Dagenham

Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to following a series of robberies at bookmakers across

It happened today – this day in history – November 15

1492: Christopher Columbus makes the first recorded reference to tobacco. 1532: Pope Clemens VII tells Henry VIII to end relationship

Renewed appeal after elderly ladies were terrorised in Southend burglary

Detectives investigating an aggravated burglary in Southend in July are continuing to appeal for information to find those responsible. Around