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Hospice Team Clinical drop in day

Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice…

On Thursday 12th October - During national Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice highlighted their work to clinicians by holding an ‘open invitation drop-in day’ at the Hospice. Sarah Linzey, at St. Luke’s Hospice explains...

Dog poisoned by algae in Stanford-Le-Hope pond

A Stanford-Le-Hope man was forced to take his dog to an emergency vet appointment at the weekend after the canine was struck down with illness after entering a stagnant pond in the Stanford Wharf...
Mind

Awareness for World Mental Health Day – “Ask for help”

A former homeless women who tried to commit suicide as a teen is highlighting the importance of mental health support for World Mental Health Day. Carla Andrews, 41, founded Motivated Minds in 2011 believing there...
Handley-page-halifax-ww-planes

Gone but not forgotten

A crash site research team based in Germany who specialise in investigating World War Two crashes are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of the family of seven airman who perished in a Halifax...
Screwball Rally

On the road

Five Billericay friends depart on a five day rally adventure today that will take them 1800 miles through nine countries in an effort to raise money and awareness for a misunderstood disease. William Crighton, 35,...
St Lukes 20 years

20 years!

This week staff and volunteers at the St Luke’s Hospice charity shop in Wickford are proudly celebrating 20 years of trading. At an event on Tuesday, in the Lady Gate Centre store, Basildon Mayor, Cllr...
UKIP

Leadership divisions in ukip

The Leader and Deputy Leader of the Thurrock UKIP Group are vowing to quit the Party if leadership candidate Anne Marie Waters is chosen as the new leader. Councillors threaten to leave party In an interview...
Amber Rudd visits eastend

Prevent

The Home Secretary made a visit to the East End this week on a fact-finding mission to learn more about how the Government’s Prevent strategy is being utilised in local communities. Amber Rudd, Member of...
MP Andrew Rosindell

Warning to the mayor

The MP for Romford has issued a strong warning to the Mayor of London on how outer London MPs are ‘angry’ and ‘fed up’ at inner London Boroughs having the majority of police officers...
rural crime

Rural Crime

Rural crime cost Essex £1.8m in 2016, up a staggering 44 per cent from £1.2m in 2015 according to a new report published this week. The figures form part of insurer, National Farmers Union Mutual’s,...

Scandal of estate left empty

A Havering Councillor has this week written an open letter to the director of social housing landlord, Clarion, after revelations have come to light regarding the Sutton Estate in Kensington and Chelsea borough. The estate...

TACKLING the gangs

Exclusive report: Police defend record on crime Operation Venice’s silver leader, Detective Superintendent Stuart Ryan, has spoken to The Enquirer about the work the Met Police is doing to counteract the apparent proliferation in moped crime. The...
Davey Down

ANGER FELT OVER RAVES

Over the last few months, as many as five unlicensed raves have taken place across the South Ockendon area causing anger among residents. However, two men living locally have now been handed Community Protection Warnings...
Spice

Crackdown on ‘Zombie’ Spice

Following the arrest of five men last month in connection with the selling of ‘spice’, after a quantity of the drug was found at an arrest address during a police raid, the Enquirer has...
operation-sceptre

Operation: Knife crime force

Operation Sceptre, led by the Metropolitan Police and aimed at those who carry and use knives, is in its latest phase this week as school children prepare to break up for the summer. This week,...

Sharp rise in scooter crime

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has slammed the noticeable increase in crime and anti-social behaviour in Havering following a spate of moped related crimes and an increase in gun and knife crimes across the borough. The...

Mayor Sadiq Khan pledges to tackle London knife crime

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has made it clear to the Government that knife crime across the capital simply has to stop. The Mayor has called on the Government to reverse cuts to youth...
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Double fatal RTC – ARRESTS MADE

STANFORD-LE-HOPE: Double fatal RTC; Lower Dunton Road; 03/07/2017 - Two men have been arrested following a collision that caused the death of two women in Lower Dunton Road, Stanford-le-Hope. A 23-year-old man from Tilbury and a...
Najam Iqbal

Deadlifting his way into record books

A Dagenham teenager has gone into the Guinness World Record Books after smashing the record for the longest duration 100kg deadlift. Najam Iqbal, 16, who is a student at Robert Clack School, Green Lane, first...
Quhey Saunders

Murder inquiry has been launched following the death of Stanford-le-Hope man.

A murder inquiry has been launched following the death of Stanford-le-Hope man who was attacked at a Surrey service station on Monday. Quhey Saunders, 20, was assaulted by two men and received substantial head injuries....
New Scotland Yard

Riots after protests

Forest Gate Police station and its officers were attacked by protestors between Sunday night and the early hours of Monday morning following the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa on Wednesday, June 21. The evening...
Fly tipping

Fly-tip fee apologies

Thurrock Council has made an apology to residents in Grays after it send out letters earlier in the year asking them to foot the bill to clear rubbish dumped in an alleyway behind their...
Grenfell Tower

Death toll expected to rise after Grenfell Tower disaster

Are other tower blocks safe? THE death toll in the London tower block inferno is still being assessed today It is known that at least 17 people died in the blaze at the block of flats...

THE CURSE OF HATRED

Page One Opinion Over the past few days our Intelligence Services have come in for criticism after the sickening London Bridge attack last Saturday. The question being asked is: What did they know about the three...
John Kent

Thurrock candidates clash on lower Thames crossing plan

  Parties reject plan CANDIDATES fighting for the Thurrock constituency in next week’s General Election have clashed over the Conservative proposal to create a new lower Thames crossing. UKIP have included a pledge in their manifesto to...
Aaron Yates Jailed

Man jailed for four years for glassing

A man has been jailed for four years for glassing another man in an unprovoked assault. Aaron Yates, 28, of Douglas Grove, Witham, denied committing grievous bodily harm but was convicted by a jury following...

Hollywood star Eddie Marsen supports dementia week in Basildon

A HOLLYWOOD star appeared at Basildon Library this week in support of the United Voices Against Dementia event. Eddie Marsen, star of Ray Donovan, V for Vendetta and Gangs of New York and members of the...

Pupils at West Leigh Junior School campaign in their very own General Election

WHILE adults across the country struggle to decide which candidate to vote for in the General Election on 8 June, children of a junior school in Leigh will have their own tough decision to...

Boys aged 14, 15 and 17 arrested in Romford Brewery murder investigation

BOYS aged 14, 15 and 17, and a man aged 19, have been arrested as part of a murder investigation into the death of a 20-year-old man in a busy Romford shopping centre. Police were...