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A coach and a car have been involved in a crash in Framlingham this afternoon, causing a road to be partially blocked.
A crowdfunding page has been set up to support the family of Ron Ramsey, who died after being hit by car in St Osyth earlier this month.
Two off-duty firefighters fought to save a man’s life in Wivenhoe High Street yesterday after he crashed his moped into a parked car.
For the first time in many years, residents in a Suffolk village are opening their gardens to the public.
Time-lapse footage showing reinstallation of the Ewell Bridge across the A12 at Kelvedon has been released.
Drivers in Cambridgeshire are being reminded that roads may be busier than usual this weekend due to the Duxford Air Festival.
Pop singer Ariana Grande has suspended her tour following the Manchester terror attack, cancelling planned dates at London’s O2 Arena tomorrow and Friday.
Stansted Airport says it is continuing to monitor the security situation closely following the increase of the national threat status to critical.
A Colchester man has been convicted of conspiring to murder his stepfather in a dispute over his inheritance.
Following the Manchester terror attack and the national threat level being raised to critical, Suffolk Police has today issued responses to nine questions regarding terrorism and has urged members of the public to be extra vigilant.
A man in his 80s has died after he crashed his moped into a number of parked vehicles in Wivenhoe.
A Colchester man accused of hiring a hitman to kill his stepfather over a inheritance row had no “financial or emotional motive” to carry it out, a court heard.
A Colchester man has admitted robbing a pharmacy and a newsagents in consecutive days after he threatened staff with a hypodermic needle.
Police are investigating “up to 20 deaths” at an NHS-run Essex mental health unit since 2000 after fresh allegations emerged.
An investigation into the non-fatal police shooting of a Dunmow man who made threats to kill has concluded that officers acted reasonably.
A collection of classic cars, motorbikes, military vehicles and historic First World War aircraft will be the stars of the show at a fun packed event near Maldon this weekend.
A couple caught having sex in a Colchester car park in broad daylight have been fined in court after they refused to stop.
A family has paid tribute to a Chelmsford mother who died following a motorcycle crash near Braintree.
A police officer involved in the Dexter Neal case has said the three-year-old’s family wanted someone to be held responsible for the tragic incident.
A woman who was in charge of an American bulldog which mauled a three-year-old boy to death in north Essex has been spared jail.
Balancing loaded trays of glasses and bottles, waiters raced into action at Wivenhoe House Hotel for a charity fundraising event today.
North Essex residents will soon get a final say on the locations of three new “garden village” settlements which could deliver up to 42,000 homes over the next 30 years.
A unemployed man has admitted possessing an imitation firearm at Cressing Post Office in which he threatened a member of staff.
A St Osyth pub landlord says he campaigned for action on a notorious junction where a dog walker was hit by a car and killed yesterday.
A Clacton man has denied murder following a fatal stabbing in St Osyth.
A man has denied murdering a 19-year-old footballer who was stabbed in Rettendon in March.
The soldiers of the British Army’s rapid reaction force will be the stars of a free military show in Colchester this summer.
A new-look Essex County Council (ECC) cabinet is set to be announced next week at the authority’s first full meeting since the election.
A north Essex private school which was founded 315 years ago is set to close at the end of the summer term this year.
A five-year-old Saffron Walden boy who suffered serious brain injuries after being hit by a car driven by a learner is defying doctors who said he would never walk and talk again.
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