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New Chelmsford waterside development to deliver housing “where the car doesn’t have to be priority”

A new 450-home development on Chelmsford’s waterside will deliver affordable housing “where the car doesn’t have to be priority”, a

Essex farmer calls for special visas to help pig industry “which is beyond breaking point”

An Essex farmer has called on the Government to issue special visas to specialised butchers in the face of the pig

Taskforce convened to tackle Canvey Island’s “Holy Grail” of improved access

The leader of Castle Point Borough Council has pledged to address the “Holy Grail” of improving access onto Canvey Island.

Former Stanford-le-Hope teacher banned for life after accessing child porn

A former Thurrock primary school teacher has been banned from the profession for life after accessing child pornography. Robert Salvage

Rural road concerns over HGVs moving 2million tonnes of Lower Thames spoil through Brentwood

HGV drivers shifting around two million tonnes of material away from the Lower Thames Crossing site could trundle though Brentwood’s

Euros semi final beer garden decision puts Warley landlord on the spot with licensing panel

A Brentwood pub is facing a review of its licence after its landlord “took his chances” that England would not

Council plans coffee truck to develop opportunities for special needs students in Brentwood

Pupils with special educational needs in Brentwood are set to be given a taste of the working world in the

Essex road improvements set for delays as engineers leave for HS2

Road improvements in Essex are likely to be delayed due to eastern European workers leaving for major projects like HS2,

High tech cameras to catch litterbug drivers in Brentwood for trial period

Motorists dropping litter in Brentwood could be soon be penalised due to high-tech digital surveillance technology being brought in to

County Council plans for just 25% of staff working full time at office desks

Just a quarter of Essex County Council staff should return to the authority’s HQ full time while the rest stick