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Journalist Rowenna Davis is on the shortlist to become the Labour candidate to succeed John Denham in his Southampton Itchen constituency.
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James Purpura, 90, of Jamestown, N.Y., entered into God's Glory surrounded by his family on May 20, 2013, at Lutheran Social Services.
A vigilante band of Jewish crime fighters helped police detain two men who are appearing in court today charged with burglary offences.
A hospital being investigated over high death rates "missed opportunities" to save the life of a disabled woman, according to the health Ombudsman.
There was applause in the House after MPs voted by 366 to 161 to give the Marriage Bill a third reading The Government's controversial plans to legalise gay marriage have cleared the Commons despite efforts by Tory backbenchers to derail the legislation.
VOLUNTARY and community groups are invited to find out more about the cash available to them at a funding fair.
PUPILS will face longer lessons as a secondary school aims to improve attainment in order to become the best in Basildon .
Britain's Prince William has joined his father Prince Charles in urging global action to tackle the illegal poaching of wild animals.
The men were arrested by officers who responded to reports of a house burglary in London Road at 10pm last Wednesday.
DETERMINED pensioners have vowed to fight until they are "in their boxes" against plans to build flats in their beloved garden.
The Basildon Campaign against Bedroom Tax was set up two weeks ago and aims to help protect those people who have been hit by the new levy.
THE fire service's deputy chief has warned Southend's cluster of fire stations could be under threat as part of the cost-cutting programme.
The event was held at Castle View School on Canvey and it was one of their pupils, Alex Gosnold, who won the top prize.
THE DEVASTATED family of a carpenter who died of an asbestos-related disease have launched an emotional appeal for justice.
Originally Labour indicated that it would advise its MPs to abstain on the Tim Loughton amendment.
Parents are celebrating after the Department for Education formally backed plans for a free school to be built in East Finchley.
Kenneth Ngobele, 50, is facing a professional misconduct hearing, amid allegations he twice had sex with a woman after threatening to release confidential information about her to her employer.