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It happened today – this day in history – October 5

1789: The French Revolution. Women march to Versailles to confront Louis XVI. 1274: Kubla Khan’s Mongol army launches its first

Drug dealer jailed for six years

A drug dealer who racially abused a police officer has been jailed for six years. Jay Tuppein’s DNA had been

Damage caused to cars and houses in Billericay

Police are appealing for information after reports of criminal damage in Billericay on Thursday October 3. They received a number

Man jailed for dealing crack cocaine in Chelmsford

A drug dealer, involved in the supply of the Class A drug crack cocaine, has been jailed for seven years.

Police appeal to find driver after pedestrian is seriously injured near Rayleigh Weir

Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage following a collision near Rayleigh Weir today where a pedestrian sustained

Suspected measles outbreak in Southend

A public information telephone line has been set up by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s public health team, following the news that

Genesis legend Steve Hackett to play whole of classic album at Cliffs

The irrepressible former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett is coming to The Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, on the UK leg of his

It happened today – this day in history – October 4

1537: The first English language Bible is printed. 1669: Death of artist Rembrandt. 1777: Gen George Washington’s troops are defeated

East Square scheme hoardings up and demolition underway in Basildon town centre

Hoardings showing how Basildon town centre’s new cinema and restaurants scheme will look are now installed with demolition work well

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