ESSEX Police are investigating following a collision in Grays which has left one person with potentially life-threatening injuries.
THURROCK Council may not be marking the United Kingdom leaving the European Union bu the Kings Arms pub in Orsett certainly is.
WITH just days left before the UK officially leaves the European Union, Thurrock Council has confirmed they will not be holding any celebration events.
ESSEX Police are appealing for witnesses and anyone with dash cam footage following a collision in Grays which has left a woman with potentially life-threatening injuries.
AN effort to bring major improvements to the services offered to victims of sexual violence in Thurrock could move forward as health bosses review a landmark assessment of the flaws in the system.
DARTFORD Crossing charges have been described as “morally dubious” after new figures show income generated at the vital crossing has increased to nearly £200million.
A PARTY boat captain nodded off at the wheel and hit a pontoon, causing £1.6million damage, after being kept up all night by his new baby.
COUNCILLOR Oliver Gerrish, Labour Chair of Thurrock’s Corporate Scrutiny Committee, has called for a Triple Freeze on Council Tax, council rents and council services charges for the next 12 months.
ESSEX Police are continuing to appeal for information to locate David Pascan, 22, in connection with an assault in Grays.
THURROCK antisemitism campaigner Stephen Silverman was invited by Thurrock Council to speak at today’s memorial service to commemorate the Holocaust and used the platform to slam the British Labour Party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to regenerate Grays town centre reached a new milestone on Monday 27 January as demolition works commenced.
A University Centre South Essex film graduate has found success in the industry by securing employment in the star-studded sector.
ARTHUR Bugler Primary School in Stanford-le-Hope is currently celebrating after it was announced they have been shortlisted for the Healthy Living Award at the Thurrock Civic Awards 2020.
AN event this February is set to inspire young people and adults of all ages to explore local apprenticeship opportunities in Thurrock.
AN IMPORTANT Court of Appeal judgment has criticised the use of wide injunctions targeting Gypsy and Traveller camps.
A MAN caught repeatedly driving hire cars despite being banned from the roads has been jailed for four months.
A MAN has appeared in court on Friday 24 January, in connection with the deaths of 39 people found in a lorry in Grays last year.
A MAN who was quickly arrested by Grays Town Centre Team officers during an attempted shop theft has been jailed.
ON Thursday, officers from Thurrock’s Town Centre Team were patrolling Stanford-le-Hope Town Centre when they were alerted of a man acting suspiciously near a business store.
ST. Luke’s Hospice invites local businesses to join their new network of like-minded businesses called – The Grand Plan.
NUSRAT Ghani MP, Maritime Minister, visited the Port of Tilbury – London’s major port – today for an overview of the Forth Ports Group’s flagship investment – the new 160 acre port terminal, Tilbury2 – alongside the community outreach, employment and re-training programmes.
A THURROCK councillor has claimed the overspend on the A13 could be in the tens of millions but the council has refused to provide details.
RESIDENTS in Thurrock can come together and commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day at a free public event.
THE recent defections from the Thurrock Independent Party to the Conservatives have left Thurrock Labour leader Jane Pothecary questioning whether democracy is dead in Thurrock.