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WIN WIN WIN – At the cinema

If you’d like to join the Festival Film Club and see your review feature in the Enquirer, simply log onto festivalleisure.co.uk and register your...

News in brief – Purfleet Living

House buyers searching for a new home in Essex can save hundreds of thousands of pounds simply by crossing the Thames, a new report...

Viewpoint…

COMMENT by Frances Hudson Exam season is finally over for the youths in Britain who have just completed their GCSE's and many students have taken...

News in brief – Children visit Uni

Children from Grafton Primary School recently spent the day at Keble College, Oxford University. On arrival, the 40 Year 5 children were split into three...

WIN WIN WIN – A water butt

You can win a butt like this one by answering the following question:   How many tonnes of plastic bottle waste does the UK produce each...

Man grabbed round neck and threatened with knife

Police are appealing for information after a man was robbed in Basildon. The victim, who's in his 30s, had been walking by garages just off...

Man gets 20 years for rape and stabbing of woman

A man who subjected a woman to three assaults over two days which included stabbing and raping her, has received a 20-year sentence. Stuart Wiseman,...

Havering Fabian

Havering Fabian Society are to hold an open meeting, with free admission, on Monday 24th June at Fairkytes Gallery Studio, Billet Lane, Hornchurch commencing...

Inspired visit

Thurrock played host to a very special guest this week as the Indonesian Minister for Education and Culture visited one of the borough’s leading...

Violent crime escalating in our capital

This week a retired Metropolitan Police Detective Chief Inspector has spoken exclusively to the Enquirer about the ongoing violence on the streets of the...

Dawn raids

By Frances Hudson [email protected] Cocaine worth thousands, £50,000 in luxury goods and £21,000 in cash are some of the criminal assets seized during day two...

First criminal behaviour order in Basildon

A prolific shoplifter has been banned from three shops and a pub in Basildon. Sally Burrows, 44, was charged with stealing from B&M in...

Basildon drug dealing gang jailed for 20 years

A DRUG dealing gang, supplying heroin and crack on the streets of Basildon, have been jailed for a collective 20 years. The four dealers were...

Chelmsford jailed for robbery at restaurant

A man from Chelmsford has been jailed for two years and eight months after pleading guilty to robbery. Officers responded to reports of a robbery...

Much loved village shop opens after revamp

A popular convenience store in Stock Village was reopened on Friday 7th June by the new owners Daniel and Liam Panormo. The new owners are...

Charity golf day

Snooker Champion Steve Davis came together with his family and friends and hosted a charity golf day at Stock Brook Country Club last month...

Police commendation awarded to care worker

A Havering Council adult social care worker has been awarded a police commendation for going above and beyond the call of duty to help...

History made after iftar hosted during Ramadan

On 30th May history was made in Romford when the Romford Synagogue hosted an ' iftar' to break the fast on one of the...

Community sports day to be held this sunday

After the successful Dogtopia Show recently Hardie Park in Stanford-le-Hope are hosting a Community Sports Day and Big Lunch this Sunday 23rd June from...

Killing eve comes to Basildon in thrilling new series

The award winning show Killing eve has recently come back to our screens with a critically acclaimed second series much to the joy of...

Southends’ health and wellbeing to be discussed

A report into the health and wellbeing of Southend people is set to be discussed by the council's Cabinet next week (25th June). The Director...

Volunteers’ celebration

Local sight loss charity, Southend in Sight celebrated its dedicated volunteers in Volunteers’ Week with an afternoon tea at Essex Bowling Club on Wednesday...

BGT star speaks of his comedy success

Daliso Chaponda the Malawian man who travelled the world as a child with his refugee family now lives in Manchester with his successful comedy...

Silk painting festival

South Essex College is hosting the Guild of Silk Painters National Festival in July, which will include an array of vibrant workshops for all...

Theatre holding open auditions for panto

Calling all children aged 9 - 15! The Queen’s Theatre Hornchruch is holding open auditions on Saturday 22 June giving youngsters the chance to...

Students artistic flare shines on silk flags

Sixteen, Year 8 students at Chase High School in Southend have been lending their artistic talents to Kinetika's T100 walking festival which launched recently. The...

A taste of Britain’s finest Cruises

Cruise & Maritime Voyages is Britain’s leading independent cruise line, expanding further having recently acquired their newest ship to their fleet; Vasco da Gama. Sailing...

Great Beer, Food, Music and Mustangs

Brentwood Brewery’s Summer Beer Festival wasn’t just all about the beer this time.  A visit from members of the British and Belgian Mustang Societies...

‘Social media giants must do more’

London has once again experienced a weekend of violent crime with three deaths from stabbing and a death from shooting last weekend. Sadly, this is...

Folk Fest coming to Leigh

There are many reasons for festival lovers to head on down to the northern shore of the Thames Estuary. Now in its second quarter century,...
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