A charity that has supported those with life limiting illnesses for 31 years has held a special service to mark its anniversary.
Linda Taylor from Girlguiding Gidea Park writes about the girls’ recent activities
A disabled youngster is a step closer to having her life changed forever after well-wishers donated thousands of pounds to her family.
An accident could have ended much worse if it wasn’t for a trio of quick thinking and kind hearted builders.
The Brentwood School pupil who suffered a fractured skull in a coach crash in Belgium yesterday morning has been released from intensive care.
A coach driver has died and a 13-year-old boy remains in intensive care having suffered a fractured skull after a bus carrying Brentwood School pupils crashed in Belgium.
Eight members of an organised crime gang were jailed yesterday (Tuesday) for a total of 42 years.
This week in history – 60, 40 and 20 years ago.
A group of friends are celebrating after completing a cycle challenge for charity.
Plans for 22 controversial new homes in the green belt have been called in for review by a local councillor.
Nine members of an organised criminal network involved in conspiracy to supply cocaine and the conversion of a shotgun have pleaded guilty.
A leading animal charity has said cat cruelty is “skyrocketing” after a family pet was shot with an air rifle for the third time this month.
A second cat has died after being shot with an air rifle in two weeks.
He’s a supreme athlete that trains for seven-hours-a-day and is in the running for a national accolade.
A police chief has called for more money to be pumped into the force after a “significant” rise in reports of violent and sexual crime in Essex.
It has long been the dream of many Star Wars fans, including this author, to fly an X-wing into space.
Two men have been jailed after police officers found a packaged gun in the back seat of a car.
Protein shakes and mobile phones were among thousands of pounds worth of items stolen by a teenager earlier this year.
Four teenage girls battled one another to be crowned the Havering Young Chef of the Year last week in a spice-filled cook-off.
Pupils were treated to a lively election debate when candidates
visited to discuss their policies.
The owner of an art gallery has hit back after police told him to cover up a swear word in a painting.
The Conservative candidate currently leads in Brentwood and Ongar by at least 26 points, according to Yougov.
Essex police have arrested a man from Basildon following a stabbing in Brentwood.
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