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Cycle safety

A cyclist has avoided serious injuries thanks to his cycling helmet. The bicycle and a Vauxhall Zafira were in collision at the Hawk Hill roundabout at the junction of the A130 and A132 near Battlesbridge...

Water balloons

Paediatric staff gave up their lunch break to be a water balloon target for a five-year-old physiotherapy patient. Little Ellen Moore is having rehabilitation sessions at Basildon University Hospital following a bone marrow transplant but...

University of London – where you belong

As she now enters the third year of her law degree, 25 year old Faria Rahman has come a long way in the six years since she came to this country from Italy. Born in...

Cancer survivor signs up for bike challenge

A survivor of a life limiting cancer diagnosis is saddling up to take part in this year's Foulness Island Bike Ride on Sunday September 9 in aid of New Life Wood, a new charity...

Police appeal after theft at popular toy store

DO you recognise these women? We would like to speak to them in connection with a theft from Smyths Toys in Chelmsford, which took place between 1:45pm and 3pm on Thursday, August 2. Items totalling a...

Lions club sports day

The Lions Clubs of South East Essex held their annual Sports Day and Fun Festival for Disabled People at The King John School in Benfleet on Saturday 28 July 2018. 25 Disability Clubs and Groups...

Cost advantage at Barking & Dagenham College

There’s a big cost advantage studying for a degree at college. At Barking & Dagenham College you will pay only £5,000 per year for a full-time undergraduate degree, compared to a maximum of £9,250...

Humble locals set up litter pick group

A local group has been tackling the litter problem in Wickford by collecting rubbish. The Wickford Wombles are a group of volunteers dedicated to collecting rubbish in the Wickford area. The group meets once every...

Cab firm raise money

Southend-based taxi firm, AC Radio Cabs, have ‘hailed’ their latest fundraising efforts for Neptune Children’s Ward at Southend Hospital a huge success, raising over £1,000. Staff on Neptune Ward met representatives from AC Radio Cabs...

How to celebrate National Afternoon Tea Week at home

As National Afternoon Tea Week (14th to 20th August 2018) rapidly approaches, Richard Simmonds, Head Chef at De Vere Selsdon Estate - a luxury mansion house hotel located in Croydon’s stunning countryside - gives...

NHS CHOP

Expert suggests cut middle management ‘Over-worked, under-paid and asked to complete jobs they are not trained for... something has to change if the problems in healthcare recruitment are to get better.’ A healthcare recruitment expert has...

Clean up event

Local volunteers recently joined Havering Council staff and councillors with brooms and litter pickers at a clean-up event at the Hilldene area in Harold Hill. Following concerns raised by residents, businesses and ward councillors about...

Man jailed after historic abuse

A man who raped a girl and carried out acts of cruelty against a boy has been jailed for 15 years. Brian Gillard, 75, raped the girl multiple times and indecently assaulted her over a...

Crackdown on lorries

Inconsiderate and selfish lorry drivers who illegally park along the Manorway in Stanford Le Hope, will have to look elsewhere as Thurrock Council cracks down and preventative measures are put in place. A scheme to...

Havering veto ACM cladding

The Enquirer can this week exclusively report that Havering Council have revealed that they would 'vigorously oppose' any use of ACM cladding on new builds or developments. Havering council currently have no council building that...

Dovers Green’s fete to be decided today

The Planning Committee at Havering Council will decide the fate of Dover’s Green, a community space in the heart of South Hornchurch that is very ‘cherished’ by its local residents, today Thursday August 16th. This...
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Police Appeal for information

The Police are appealing for information about a knife point robbery in Purfleet, Marine Court and Centurion Way area at around 6.55pm yesterday, Sunday, August 12. Three people were walking along an alleyway at the...

Architects appointed for new art studios

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Focal Point Gallery are proud to announce that Neobard Burnson Architects have been appointed as the architect to transform the former Beecroft Art Gallery into a complex of artist studios...

Pet owners wasting millions each year

An independent survey has revealed that pet owners maybe wasting millions of pounds each year on unnecessarily prescription-only treatment. Online pet retailer, VetUK, carried out a survey of more than 200 vets to work out...

Grandma loses 4st

A grandmother from Thurrock has transformed her life with help from a leisure centre in Thurrock. Rachael Truss has always battled with her weight, but after suffering a prolapsed disc in an accident 10 years...

Tour of Tilbury Port

The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, welcomed Stephen Metcalfe MP for a port tour by boat recently. The tour was led by port Directors, Paul Dale and Peter Ward, and covered Tilbury’s substantial business...

George is a vegan hotty

A 20 year old from Leigh-on-Sea has become a finalist in a sexiest vegan award. Leigh-on-Sea native George Sear beat out numerous other entrants to become one of eight male finalists in PETA’s UK and...

Man jailed for axe attack

A man carried out a horrific assault with an axe and an armed robbery in Westcliff on the same day has been jailed. Jamie Sherfield, 34, of York Road, Southend, received four years for robbery...

Do you know where Courtney Bunce is?

Man wanted - Do you know where Courtney Bunce is? We would like to talk to him about a harassment investigation and we have been unable to locate him. We believe Bunce, who is 27, might be...

Walking through the heart of Thurrock

In a unique experiment travel author Nick Corble is inviting people to share, quite literally, all the steps involved in the writing of his latest book, a travelogue describing a trek 'slicing through the...

MP visits Cayman

The Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has lead a delegation of MP's to the British Overseas Territory of the Cayman Islands, last weekend. During his trip, the MP was asked to give a speech and also...

Working hard raising funds for centre

Since being elected as a South Hornchurch Councillor, Natasha Summers has worked hard for her local community. The Orchard Village resident has made it her priority to raise funds for the Mardyke Community Centre that...

Historic rape charge

A man has pleaded guilty to raping a teenage girl in Thurrock more than 30 years ago. Christopher Clark, 68, yesterday, Thursday August 3, admitted rape when he appeared at Basildon Crown Court. The victim, who...

MP shows support to expand centre

A local MP has shown his support for the expansion of a medical centre. Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois recently visited Riverside Medical Centre in Hullbridge, where he was shown plans to expand the...

Taste of Germany

Visitors joined Brentwood Town Twinning Association supporters to enjoy a little taste of German Oktoberfest recently at the Brentwood Brewery. The event was held to celebrate the town's links with Landkreis Roth in Germany. Among the...