A GRAYS man has been arrested and charged with a number of offences involving offensive weapons and police assault.
Have Coffee with Cops across Thurrock. Full details on poster.
A HARD-hitting film produced to raise awareness of the dangers of online grooming has been shortlisted for two international awards.
A POLL OF 19,000 plus voters has indicated that Labour could take Thurrock from the Conservatives in a General Election.
AS you may know, every year we publish our tribute to Tilbury’s Neil Robin Wright, who died in the North Tower on September 11th, 2001.
IN A FAR corner of a cemetery in Chadwell St Mary lies the grave of Neil Robin Wright.
FAMILIES across Essex had the opportunity to explore and learn about a range of their local emergency services including Essex Police Force Support Unit, Arial Drone Unit, Police Museum – which had old uniforms on display for families to try, Police Cadets, Essex Fire and Rescue, St John’s Ambulance and the Environment Agency.
THOUSANDS flocked to the Orsett Show on Saturday in what has become one of the great events in the borough’s calendar.
POLICE officers looking for 36 year-old Ross Smedmor have suspended their search following the discovery of a man’s body.
A MAN who was fined more than £12,000 after making his neighbours’ lives a misery by keeping a house full of dogs has also been hit with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
ESSEX Firefighters were called to reports of a large fire at a landfill site this morning.
ESSEX Police are appealing for help to find Ross Smedmor, 36, who is missing from Chadwell St Mary.
A REPRESENTATIVE from NHS England has faced heavy scrutiny from Thurrock Councillors after millions of pounds was pulled from mid and South Essex to bail out a neighbouring health authority. It was revealed in June that the authority responsible for overseeing healthcare in Cambridge and Peterborough had run up a deficit of almost £200million and […]
A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of breaching a gang injunction.
THE family of late patient Alfreda Lawrence raised and donated £1117.35 to the Pasteur ward at Basildon Hospital, in recognition of the fantastic care their mum received from staff on the Stroke Unit.
BRENTWOOO Borough Council has been told its long term housing plan lacks “transparency” by Basildon Council, which has included its significant concerns over major housing plans for Dunton. Among the key issues arising from the Brentwood local plan – that sets out where 7,752 new homes should be built between 2016 and 2033 – is […]
ESSEX Police’s new recruits completed their training by proudly ‘passing out’ during a special ceremony surrounded by our family and friends at our HQ in Chelmsford.
A SOUTH Ockendon woman has been found guilty of assaulting an member of the ambulance staff.
STANFORD East and Corringham Town Councillor, Shane Ralph, has written to the council demanding answers for last weekend’s transport shut down in Stanford-le-Hope.
PORT of Tilbury, London’s major port, this month marks the 50th anniversary of its grain terminal, the UK’s largest terminal for the import and export of grain.
NEW students at Ortu Hassenbrook Academy in Stanford Le Hope, got a special welcome to secondary school after Councillor James Halden popped by to say hello and see how they were settling in last week (4 September).
A CORRUPT agency worker at the Port of Tilbury has been jailed for 14 years and five months after pleading guilty to assisting offenders to import or supply cocaine.
Thurrock Cycling Campaign To Join Stop Killing Cyclists & Extinction Rebellion Protest This Saturday. National Funeral For The Unknown Cyclist. Thurrock Cycling Campaign once again will be travelling to central London on Saturday to join the call for funding for a proper nationwide cycling infrastructure, a proper ‘slice’ of the transport budget. In view of […]
AS schools across the UK go back, it’s time for them to enter Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards. By entering they could be in with a chance of winning £1,000.