A BRIDGE too far? Dartford tunnel sees its longest ever load
A FIRST-of-its-kind project has already helped hundreds of victims of sexual abuse and rape in Essex get access specialist support more quickly.
DP World has started work on a new 231,000 sq ft warehouse at its London Gateway Logistics Park.
Named LG231, the facility – which is sited on the north of the 9.25million sq ft Logistics Park, located just 25 miles from Central London – will be ready for occupation in December 2019.
ESSEX Police has released this e-fit following an attempted robbery in West Thurrock on Monday, June 10.
THE job that determines how Thurrock’s most vulnerable children are protected could be reduced to an additional responsibility for a council officer under new plans.
FORTH Ports, one of the largest Port Groups in the UK, has rolled out Reactec’s innovative wearable system which monitors the vibration exposure experienced by power tool users to reduce the risk of developing the incurable HAVS* condition.
AMAZON has announced the launch of its new Campus Challenge competition and is encouraging students in Tilbury to sign up for the programme to be in with the chance of winning up to £10,000 for their team.
Council intervenes following Fixed Penalty Notices error THURROCK Council has taken strong action against a third-party contractor after they issued Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) to residents and businesses containing errors, insisting they take swift action and ensure they contact everyone affected immediately. Within 24 hours of being notified, the council called in a senior officer […]
A CONTROLLED explosion across the river caused quite a commotion in Thurrock last night (Thursday).
ONE in three in social care arrears with more than 7,000 facing debt collectors, GMB Union study shows
MARITIME Transport Ltd (Maritime) have opened their new rail connected distribution terminal at the Port of Tilbury.
FOUR men will appear at Basildon Magistrates’ Court this morning, Thursday June 13, having been charged with drugs offences following dawn raids in Brentwood yesterday.
Thurrock councillors expected to back house building programme that could result in 500 new council homes
PLANS to build hundreds of new council homes in Thurrock over the next ten years are could be given the go-ahead following a discussion next week.
Higher Education students at South Essex College showcased their talents at an exhibition in London.
Higher Education students at South Essex College showcased their talents at an exhibition in London. THE group displayed their work over four days at the prestigious Bargehouse Oxo Tower venue for their end of year show, ‘Voyage’. The exhibition included work from students studying on graphic design, interior design, fine art, fashion comms, fashion, TV […]
A 19-year-old man who sent explicit Instagram messages to two 12-year-old girls has been sentenced to imprisonment at a Youth Offenders’ institution.
LANDLORDS and other creditors will meet on Wednesday in London to vote on revised proposals to save Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia retail empire reports the BBC.
ESSEX Police are looking to talk to Ian Wiltshire, 64, in connection with a malicious communications investigation.
TENANTS living in private rented properties could benefit from wide-ranging council support with the introduction of a landlord licencing scheme.
HARDIE Park in Stanford-le-Hope are hosting a Community Sports Day and Big Lunch on Sunday 23rd June from 1pm to 5pm. The event is free to attend and has been supported by big local sporting provider
Chadwell St Mary Primary School receives Good Ofsted rating Staff and pupils at Chadwell St Mary Primary School, part of the South West Essex Community Education Trust (SWECET), are celebrating after receiving a Good Ofsted rating. In its first inspection since joining the multi-academy trust, the school has been rated “Good” in all areas of […]
BLUEBIRD Care Thurrock & Castle Point is supporting Carers Week 2019, an annual campaign raising awareness of caring from 10–16 June.
ESSEX Police is appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted at the Lakeside Shopping Centre.
CONVICTED fraudsters who ran a rogue wheel clamping business have been ordered to pay more than £17,000 in compensation to their victims following a successful proceeds of crime case by Thurrock Council.
TAKE care if you’re out on the roads this afternoon and evening as forecasters have predicted heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.