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Canvey islanders unite to find missing Dean

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1:00pm Friday 3rd July 2015

A RELIEVED mum has thanked the community for pulling together to help find her missing son.

Second schoolgirl stalking near school

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6:00am Friday 3rd July 2015

A MAN tried to snatch a girl as she walked to school in Basildon – the second similar incident in a matter of weeks.

Basildon Hospital aims to raise awareness of killer infection

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7:30am Wednesday 1st July 2015

A CAMPAIGN to tackle killer infection sepsis is being rolled out across Basildon Hospital.

Fundraisers’ shock at £70 parking fines at Basildon's Race for Life

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6:00am Wednesday 1st July 2015

TRAFFIC wardens have been branded “mean” for targeting fundraisers taking part in Basildon’s Race for Life event.

VIDEO: Faulty petrol pump sparks outrage

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7:00am Tuesday 30th June 2015

A VIDEO showing a truck driver being wrongly charged for petrol has gone viral.

School pioneering employabity plan

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10:00am Tuesday 30th June 2015

WITH the end of the school year approaching, youngsters are being forced to think about their future.

Driver fined £2,000 for catching two illegal immigrants clinging to his coach

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6:00am Tuesday 30th June 2015

A DRIVER says he will appeal against a £2,000 fine imposed after he caught two illegal immigrants hiding in the back of his coach.

Mum, 32, urges other women to check themselves for lumps after her cancer diagnosis

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6:00am Tuesday 30th June 2015

A MUM has thrown herself into fundraising after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, aged just 32.

Appeal to burglars: Bring back my dog

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6:00am Monday 29th June 2015

A VULNERABLE man is said to be heartbroken after thieves ransacked his home and stole his beloved pet dog.

Every month, I turn into a monster...like Mr Hyde

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4:00pm Friday 26th June 2015

A WOMAN has described how she turns into a “monster”

Police release efit of stabbing suspect

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2:05pm Thursday 25th June 2015

POLICE have released an efit of a man suspected of stabbing a cyclist in Laindon.

First Class! Nursery is rated outstanding

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4:00pm Thursday 25th June 2015

A NURSERY has lived up to its name after securing a rare outstanding rating from Ofsted.

Knife attack terror victim has 70 stitches in chin

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6:00am Thursday 25th June 2015

A MAN has told how he is lucky to be alive after being slashed in the face by a crazed knifeman.

Pair charged with acid attack

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4:02pm Wednesday 24th June 2015

TWO people have been charged in connection with an acid attack.

Brothers jailed for pub burglaries

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11:51am Wednesday 24th June 2015

Two brothers who targeted pubs across Essex have been jailed for five and a half years each.

Man hit with brick outside social club

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6:00am Wednesday 24th June 2015

A MAN was hit over the head with a brick in a shocking attack outside a Basildon social club.

Drink-driving pensioner drove wrong way down busy road

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12:50pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A PENSIONER was so drunk he failed to notice he was driving the wrong way down a busy road.

c2c gives cancer support group a cash boost

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10:12am Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A CANCER support group has been given a £445 boost thanks to a generous donation from train operator c2c.

Cottage owners must pay back the council

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6:00am Tuesday 23rd June 2015

OWNERS of a 100-year-old cottage will have to pay back Basildon Council £20,000 after they were forced step in and make repairs.

New plans submitted for Wickford's £2million GP surgery

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11:55am Monday 22nd June 2015

BASILDON Council has re-submitted plans for a £2million helath centre in Wickford.

Police release CCTV of would-be burglars

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10:05am Monday 22nd June 2015

POLICE have released CCTV images of two men who tried to force their way into a Billericay home.

Sex attacks park is too dangerous for women

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6:00pm Friday 19th June 2015

A PARK has been branded too dangerous for women following a spate of sex attacks.

Vandal-hit skate park to get major revamp

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6:00am Friday 19th June 2015

A SKATE park which was forced to close after being targeted by vandals is set to undergo a major revamp.

Ukip rescue bid for ‘lifeline’ day centre

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7:00am Friday 19th June 2015

A DAY centre could be saved after councillors stepped in to form their own management committee.

Woman mugged in Basildon underpass

Echo: Essex Police closed the station as part of £2.5million cuts.

10:44am Thursday 18th June 2015

A WOMAN was robbed as she walked through a Basildon underpass.

Developers set to begin work at popular park

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3:00pm Thursday 18th June 2015

FENCING has gone up around a popular park as developers prepare to begin work on a controversial housing development.

Family calls for speed limit cut after another car smashes into their garden

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9:00pm Thursday 18th June 2015

A DESPERATE family is pleading for the speed limit at an accident hotspot to be lowered in the wake of yet another crash.

Ukip threatens to take council to court in power row

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7:30am Thursday 18th June 2015

UKIP has threatened to take Basildon Council’s administration to court after claiming it is acting illegally over allocation of committee seats.

School told it still needs to improve

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2:00pm Wednesday 17th June 2015

A HEADTEACHER has admitted she is disappointed after her school was ordered to improve once again.

Screwdriver used in alley mugging

Echo: Essex Police closed the station as part of £2.5million cuts.

10:00am Wednesday 17th June 2015

A TERRIFIED woman had a screwdriver held to her ribs during a robbery in a Basildon alleyway.

Meet our new eagle owl...and you can give it a name

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6:00pm Tuesday 16th June 2015

STAFF at a bird of prey centre are celebrating the arrival of a new baby owl.

Owner denies claims of illegal puppy farm

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6:00am Tuesday 16th June 2015

AN INVESTIGATION has been launched into claims an illegal puppy farm is selling underweight and ill dogs.

Extraordinary South Essex residents recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

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10:30pm Friday 12th June 2015

INSPIRATIONAL South Essex residents are set to be honoured by the Queen for their extraordinary achievements.

Surgeons lead way to fix knee damage

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6:30pm Friday 12th June 2015

PIONEERING surgeons at Basildon Hospital are carrying out groundbreaking operations to repair injured knees.

Why I turned down Wetherspoons' offer for my Canvey bingo club

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1:00pm Monday 15th June 2015

A BINGO hall boss says he turned down an offer for his building from the pub chain, Wetherspoons, which wants to open on Canvey.

Wetherspoons still wants pub on Canvey but rules out Canute

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8:30am Friday 12th June 2015

WETHERSPOONS has confirmed its sights are firmly set on Canvey...but the chain will not be taking over the King Canute.

Housing group in deal to revamp Laindon Centre

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7:40am Friday 12th June 2015

HOUSING association has bought the dilapidated Laindon Centre to ensure its long-awaited revamp goes ahead.

Engineer’s call to women

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8:00pm Thursday 11th June 2015

AN award-winning engineer is urging fellow females in her industry to follow in her footsteps and put themselves forward for a prestigious award.

End is in sight for Five Links rebuild

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10:00am Thursday 11th June 2015

THE final phase of a £27million rebuild of a troubled housing estate is one step closer to getting underway.

Police want Canvey residents to patrol the streets

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7:00am Thursday 11th June 2015

DETERMINED residents are being urged to patrol the streets of Canvey after dark in a bid to tackle crime.

Woman prosecuted for dropping cigarette butt

Echo: Pair arrested for filming in Basildon Magistrates' Court

10:33am Wednesday 10th June 2015

A WOMAN has been ordered to pay more than £600 after being prosecuted for littering.

Essex doctor to the rescue in mid-air emergency

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5:38pm Tuesday 9th June 2015

AN off-duty doctor rushed to the rescue of a fellowpassenger after she fell seriously ill on board a flight.

Give us a Wetherspoons pub on Canvey

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10:00am Wednesday 10th June 2015

DETERMINED residents have launched a petition to bring a Wetherspoons pub to Canvey.

Day centre to close due to funding cuts

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2:00pm Wednesday 10th June 2015

A DAY centre which offers a lifeline to elderly residents is being forced to close due to funding cuts.

Thanks for medics who saved my baby

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9:20am Tuesday 9th June 2015

A TEENAGE mum has launched a fundraising campaign after doctors saved her miracle baby’s life.

Laindon Centre rejuvenation could be on hold...yet again

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7:40am Tuesday 9th June 2015

THE long-awaited regeneration of the dilapidated Laindon Centre could be put on hold once again after its new owners ran into financial difficulty.

Head Debbie lets her office be a classroom

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6:00am Thursday 4th June 2015

HEADTEACHER is being forced to give up her own office and turn it into a classroom due to growing pupil numbers.

25 years on and our nightmare continues

Echo:

5:00pm Thursday 4th June 2015

A HOUSING estate could be built on land in Basildon – nearly 25 years after the site was first earmarked for development.

Club brawl allegedly led to hit-and-run

Echo: Essex Police closed the station as part of £2.5million cuts.

7:00am Wednesday 3rd June 2015

A COUPLE were allegedly run over after a fight broke out inside a nightclub and then spilled on to the street.

Ambulance staff ‘so exhausted they fear giving wrong drugs’

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9:00am Tuesday 2nd June 2015

FRONTLINE ambulance staff have said they fear falling asleep at the wheel and worry about giving patients the wrong drugs because they are so exhausted.

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