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A GP fears patients will face longer waits for blood test results after a private firm is brought in to run the pathology service in south Essex.
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7 hrs ago | Wandsworth Guardian
Wandsworth fire station has been without one of its two fire engines for almost seven months, due to the ongoing row over pensions.
Detectives hunting a balaclava-clad gunman who shot a City trader dubbed the Wolf of Shenfield have arrested a man.
Green cheque - councillor Mike Steptoe with Sebastian Coombs and Stephanie Corder from Low Carbon Business, and Squires boss Carl Watson Carl Watson, owner of Squires, in Rayleigh High Street, collected the grant from the Low-Carbon Business Programme at a Rochford District Council business breakfast event.
Britain is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far tomorrow - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
PLANS to dump a vet's surgery in the car park of Colchester's former Drury Arms pub have been thrown out.
Four people arrested over the murders of two men found fatally wounded in a car in north east London have been released on bail.
Workers at Kendall Terrace, of Winnock Road, Colchester, raised the alarm just after 1.30pm yesterday after finding a suspected grenade.
Two women's beer organizations, the Pink Boots Society from the United States and Project Venus from the United Kingdom, have teamed up to create a global, all-female brew day on March 8 in order to raise awareness of women in the industry.
The car was seized by Essex Police in Magdalen Street yesterday afternoon and a search of the area was carried out.
Five dog finalists in Green Park, London at a photocall for the Crufts 2014. As this year's finalists line-up to do their owners proud, they'll be hoping to emulate some of their doggy ancestors at the show.
IN the latest in our Your Gazette series, we speak to 18-year-old Abbie Maguire, who is the Tory candidate for the Stifford Clays ward at the May elections.
NHS England wanted to close Basildon Hospital's Hyper Acute Stroke Unit and instead send patients to Southend Hospital for vital stroke treatment.
Victims were beaten, robbed and in one incident a man was frog-marched to a cash machine and ordered to withdraw cash.
A contractor was fatally injured in an incident that is believed to have happened in a shaft close to Tottenham Court Road in central London.
A puppet of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is used by protesters outside Westminster in a demonstration against legal aid cuts Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster in protest at legal aid cuts as thousands of barristers stage a second walkout at courts in England and Wales.