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Dockers defeated again

Harlow Town 3, Tilbury 0 TOWN saw off Tilbury at Barrows Farm, leaving the Dockers pointless from their first three Ryman One North outings. Harlow made a...

Honours even

Heybridge Swifts 1, Needham Market 1 SOMETHING had to give when the Marketmen arrived with the same 100 per cent record as their Scraley Road...

Iron denied at the death

Braintree Town 0, Kidderminster Harriers 1 IRON slipped to their first Skrill Conference Premier defeat of the season at home to an impressive Kidderminster Harriers...

Boro beaten by the Abbots

Romford 0, Waltham Abbey 2 ROMFORD fell to their second Ryman One North defeat of the season in a match that never really got going...

Cray hit for six by rampant Urchins

Cray Wanderers 1, AFC Hornchurch 6 URCHINS brushed aside Cray Wanderers as goals from Carl Rook, Rickie Hayles, Elliot Styles, Chris Bourne and a brace...

Billericay battle back for win

Billericay Town 3, Thamesmead Town 2 BILLERICAY survived a big scare in Saturday’s Ryman Premier clash at New Lodge, to come from 2-0 down at...

Town boss criticises team’s effort

Brentwood Town 2, Dereham Town 4 BRENTWOOD boss Les Whitton boss criticised his side for their lack of effort after Saturday’s Ryman One North home...

Not so merry Millers boss

VCD Athletic 3, Aveley 1 AVELEY suffered their first Ryman One North defeat of the season – with the least surprised person being manager Justin...

Rocks are rumbled at Kingsmeadow

Kingstonian 3, East Thurrock United 0 AFTER two impressive performances, East Thurrock hit the wall against table toppers Kingstonian on Saturday and succumbed to a...

Ben’s penalty double

Witham Town 2, Thurrock 2 BEN Smith was Thurrock's hero with two penalties to spare the Fleet from Ryman One North defeat after they had...

Education figures are slammed by Thurrock Council leader

THURROCK Council's education portfolio holder and leader, Cllr John Kent, has reacted angrily to government figures which make the Borough the worst performing for getting...

Government turns its back on Tilbury forcing the end of an era

THE curtain came down on 57 years of electricity generation at Tilbury on Tuesday when an emotional station manager was moved to the brink...

Two men dead and others injured in Dagenham crash

TWO men have died in a collision in Dagenham. Police were called to Lodge Avenue, at the junction with Neasham Road, Dagenham, shortly after 10.10pm...

‘Enjoy it, then bin it’ aims to clean streets

‘Enjoy it then bin it’ is what Havering Council is asking takeaway eaters in the next phase of their Cleaner Havering scheme. In the 2012...

Extended sentence for Romford sex offender

ROMFORD paedophile Neil Wilson, whose case has provoked outrage across the country, has had his sentence extended by four months on a technicality. The 41-year-old was...

Rainham firm fined £30,000 for site safety failings

A LOCAL construction firm has been fined £30,000 for safety failings after an employee broke his spine after falling through a skylight opening in...

Food safety fine for Romford takeaway

ANOTHER Romford takeaway shop has been hit in the pocket after admitting nine food safety offences. Mohammed Nazakat, owner of Flavour Chicken in South Street,...

Overflowing drains and litter sweep through Havering park

HAVERING Council has been branded “totally incompetent” after “failing to make good on their promises” regarding Harrow Lodge Park. Despite concerns being raised with the Council,...

Rayleigh school to launch sixth form

SWEYNE Park School in Rayleigh is set to open a Sixth Form on the site from September 2014 for 140 students. Detailed planning has been...

Ice rink supports disabled residents in Chelmsford

A NEW skating aid at Chelmsford City Council's Riverside Ice & Leisure Centre will make the rink more accessible to skaters with disabilities. Believed to be...

Cost cutting council calls for ‘part time’ blackouts in Chelmsford

PART-night street-lighting is expected to begin in Braintree and Chelmsford next month in a bid to cut costs and reduce the county's carbon footprint. Cllr...

Concerns over Brentwood Crossrail plans

THE LEADER of Brentwood Council says she will continue to press for information over the Crossrail project. Crossrail is the new high frequency, convenient and...

Shoebury woman jailed for ‘fake rape’ claims

AN Essex woman has been sentenced to a year in prison for lying to police about being raped. In November 2012, and again in February...

£53k community boost for Southend

A £53,000 award will help build stronger communities in Southend, according to the Council. Southend's Milton ward is one of just three areas in Essex...

Southend Citizens Advice Bureau make it to awards final

SOUTHEND Citizens Advice Bureau have been commended for their outstanding work raising awareness of the dangers of loan sharks as regional winners of a...

“Stand up” to Leigh library cuts

DOZENS of residents turned out to campaign against the potential closure of their local library in Leigh. The second phase of a consultation investigating the...

Urchins leave it late for victory

Margate 1, AFC Hornchurch 2 URCHINS produced a performance of character to bounce back from Saturday’s opening day Ryman Premier League defeat by Lewes with...

Lalite’s stunner and Carlos late show take Grays to top

Grays Athletic 3, Leiston 2 NEVER say die Grays recorded a second successive victory to continue their excellent start to the Ryman Premier League season...

Nathan nicks it for the Rocks in New Lodge derby battle

Billericay Town 0, East Thurrock United 1 A BIZARRE goal by East Thurrock’s impressive 21-year-old wide man Nathan Koranteng settled this hard fought, enthralling Ryman...

Table-topping Millers make it a double

Redbridge 1, Aveley 2 A 93rd minute Ross Wall winner secured all three points for Justin Gardner's Millers as they beat Redbridge at the Oakside...
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