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  • GALLERY: Crowds return for second day of RiZe Festival

    August 19, 2018 8:36 AM 6

    Thousands of people headed along to the second and final day of RiZe Festival 2018. Crowds were treated to another bumper lineup on Saturday, with the likes of Stereophonics and Bastille heading along to Hylands Park in Chelmsford. Other popular artists such as Rag 'n' Bone Man and Raye were also present and wowed the adoring public with some of their

  • Kids to play part at York City

    August 19, 2018 7:31 AM 5

    YORK City will be staging a Junior Volunteer Day when Blyth Spartans visit Bootham Crescent on Bank Holiday Monday, August 27. Young season ticket holders who are aged seven to 11 will have the rare opportunity to play an ‘off-the-field’ matchday role, which could include helping the matchday announcer introduce the teams, selling programmes and 50-50 tickets

  • GALLERY- Southend Carnival is another great success

    August 19, 2018 7:22 AM 5

    THOUSANDS of people lined the streets for the annual seaside carnival. All the fun of the fair arrived in Southend last night at the seafront. There was plenty of fun to be had and the carnival procession did not disappoint at all. There were lots of colourful floats and entertainers who took to the streets to wow the crowds. The crowds, families and visitors

  • Teenagers support Little Havens Hospice

    August 19, 2018 7:00 AM 5

    National Citizen Service Southend Group One completed a 10 mile walk from Shoebury Beach to Little Havens Hospice in Thundersley, in support of the hospice on Wednesday August 8. In addition to completing the walk, the students have been holding tin collections and handing out leaflets in the community to help raise awareness about the care Little Havens

  • Lombok earthquake: Strong tremor shakes Indonesian island

    August 19, 2018 6:47 AM 5

    The Indonesian island of Lombok has been shaken by another strong earthquake, after weeks of tremors that have killed more than 460 people. Sunday's quake measured magnitude 6.3 and was at a depth of 7.9km (4.9 miles). It is not yet known if there are any casualties. Residents said the tremor was felt strongly to the east of the island, and sent people

  • Brighton University worker died in ladder fall while renovating home

    August 19, 2018 4:06 AM 5

    An inquest into the death of the father of one heard part of his spinal cord was severed when he hit the bottom of the stairwell. Mr Helias, who was working part time as a technical officer at the University of Brighton, lived in College Lane, Hurstpierpoint, but was doing maintenance work at his second house on his own. His wife, Christina, became concerned

  • UK's fearsome Apache helicopters could help London in terror operations

    August 18, 2018 11:01 PM 7

    BRITAIN’S fearsome Apache helicopters could assist in counter-terror operations in London under plans being discussed by military chiefs. ● The Apache is 50ft long, has a blade span of 42ft and flies at up to 12,000 feet. ● A tank hunter, it carries rockets, Hellfire missiles and a 30mm chain gun. ● It can operate in any weather, day or night, and classify

  • 'Dumb phone' sales on the rise as smartphone users hope to switch off

    August 18, 2018 8:33 PM 7

    Mobile handsets that simply make calls are being marketed as an escape from constantly being connected to social media and apps. Sales of so-called dumb phones have seen an increase for the first time in years. Phones that simply make and receive calls are known in the industry as feature phones and are being marketed as a means to switch off from the constant

  • Cristiano Ronaldo makes winning start as Juventus beat Chievo 3-2

    August 18, 2018 6:59 PM 5

    Cristiano Ronaldo made a winning start to his Juventus career as his new club came from behind to beat Chievo 3-2 in a dramatic start to the Serie A season. Federico Bernardeschi scored a 93rd-minute winner, moments after Juve had a goal ruled out by VAR with Ronaldo at the centre of the incident. The Portugal captain, a £99.2m signing from Real Madrid

  • 'They’re INCOMPETENT!’ Ex-BBC man lashes ‘Brexit bunch’ as Scots demand final deal vote

    August 18, 2018 6:24 PM 7

    FORMER BBC journalist Gavin Esler has launched a scathing attack on the “incompetent Brexit bunch” and demanded a vote on the final divorce deal. The author and broadcaster accused those pushing for Brexit of deceiving the public. In a fiery speech to campaigners in Edinburgh's Festival Square, Mr Esler insisted a people’s vote on the final deal would