THURROCK Care at Home has been rated ‘Good’ following a recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
THURROCK MP Jackie Doyle-Price could find herself under cross examination in court after a man alleged to have continually harassed her, two local councillors and a council worker pleaded not guilty reports ThurrockNubNews.
AFTER a short, painful period of reflection, the Labour Party has a crucial decision to make over the leadership and direction that we will take now, following the worst defeat since 1931.
ESSEX Police have started the new decade by giving 14 new Special Constables their warrant cards tonight, Monday 6 January.
THE population of Thurrock is one of the fastest growing in the United Kingdom, a MailOnline investigation has revealed.
A RECORD number of journeys have been made on the Gravesend to Tilbury Ferry in 2019.
COUNCIL documents have revealed the number of people at risk of homelessness in Thurrock has shot up by more than 30 per cent in the past 12 months while rising house prices have left more than half the population unable to buy a home.
THERE is less than a week to go for people to have their say on paying for policing in Essex.
THURROCK Council hope to have residents back at a Corringham care home after power problems meant the home had to be evacuated/
THREE Grays councillors have expressed their opposition to plans to build homes in their ward.
THE Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is investing in training to help the community to spot the signs of domestic abuse taking place around them.
Free training is being offered across the county to ensure everyone is equipped to respond appropriately and effectively if they suspect someone is a victim of domestic abuse or if someone reveals they are suffering abuse.
THE “back-stabbing Labour Party MPs have finally got what they wished for, and done for Jeremy Corbyn, Et Tu Brute?
MILLIONS of commuters will have to pay an average of 2.7% more for train tickets from today.
NATALIE Smith, Thurrock Council’s Community Development and Equalities Manager, has been awarded a Medallist of the Order of the British Empire for services to the community in Thurrock.
Residents’ complaints spark enforcement action on unauthorised vehicle movements in Stanford-le-Hope
THURROCK Council is warning HGV and lorry drivers that out-of-hours movements on a Stanford-le-Hope industrial estate will not be tolerated.
HER Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has published its report into Essex County Fire and Rescue Service’s effectiveness, efficiency and how well it looks after its people.
THURROCK Council has been recognised for its positive work in the fight against environmental crime after it was shortlisted for a national award.
Thurrock residents urged to have their say on ‘transformational’ 30-year transport strategy with sustainability at its heart
PEOPLE and businesses across part of the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) area – specifically East Sussex, Kent and Medway – are being urged to have their say on a proposed 30-year transport strategy for the South East which aims to improve journeys, boost the economy and protect the environment.
THURROCK Council’s award winning Give a Gift has come to a close last week having received, wrapped and delivered presents to more than 2,200 Thurrock children in need this Christmas.
THURROCK Council’s investment into Clean It, Cut It, continues to make strides, with improvements made in more than half of its green and clean service areas in the past year, according to a recent inspection by Keep Britain Tidy.
AS a life-long Labour supporter, member, activist, voter and councillor, it hurts that we have fought yet another election and suffered yet another defeat. This is our fourth election defeat in a row and equals the ignominious total of elections lost between 1979 – 1992.
THURROCK Council has received very positive feedback on its Children’s Services which have been rated ‘Good’ following a recent full inspection by Ofsted.
COUNCILLOR Luke Spillman has announced that he is to stand down as Thurrock Independents leader in the spring. Cllr Jack Duffin will also be standing down from his role as deputy group leader and not seek re-election in 2020
ESSEX Council for voluntary youth services (the independent voice for voluntary youth services in Essex) is asking hundreds of young people their views to help tackle violence and vulnerability in Essex.