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  • Concern for missing Ingatestone girl | Yellow Advertiser
    missing from her home in Ingatestone Sarah Parrott 17 was last seen at 10 25pm on Saturday February 13 and was believed to be going to Chelmsford She is vulnerable her safety is at risk due to her age and Police urgently need to find her She is described as being 5ft 4ins tall of medium build with black shoulder length hair and blue eyes She was last seen wearing a red puffa gilet a yellow and white sweatshirt white T shirt with writing black leggings black and white sock and black Nike Air Force trainers She has a tattoo of the words Love and Hate on her left arm Sarah has links to the Leeds area Anyone who has seen her is asked to call Brentwood police on 101 Share this story Other Stories by YA Reporter High tide at Southend Pier from Monday February 8 Mon 1221 5 76 Tue 0040 5 75 1305 5 96 Wed 0122 5 89 1349 6 09 Thu Concord Rangers fly to Colchester for semi final of Senior Cup COLCHESTER United and Concord Rangers will go head to head in the BBC Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals UPDATE Man dies in Chelmsford A12 collision roads bosses issue updated traffic warnings A MAN has died following a collision on the A12 this morning Police were called to Junction UPDATE Morning traffic report The latest traffic update from across east London and Essex this morning Traffic is sl TRAFFIC Congestion on A13 Delays are increasing on the A13 Westbound between A1089 Dock Approach Road and M25 Average speed t Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to raise funds for son s rare condition COLCHESTER United super fan Tommy Leggett emotionally expressed his gratitude to rival supporters af Man dead and

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110705&headline=Concern%20for%20missing%20Ingatestone%20girl§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Police appeal after stabbing in Southend - two arrested, one man still at large | Yellow Advertiser
    London had been found with a stab wound to his chest He was taken to hospital and is in a critical condition Officers carried out a search of the area assisted by the force helicopter and arrested two men in Sutton Road They are a 25 year old from Hastings who was arrested on suspicion of GBH and a 21 year old from London who was arrested on suspicion of GBH possession of an offensive weapon and possession of class A drugs They are currently in custody awaiting questioning Enquiries are ongoing to locate a third man who is described as having an olive skinned complexion 5ft 10ins tall with closely cropped hair He wore a black puffa jacket black hooded top blue jeans and black trainers Witnesses or anyone with information are asked to call Rayleigh CID on 101 Alternatively they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or www crimestoppers uk org Share this story Other Stories by YA Reporter High tide at Southend Pier from Monday February 8 Mon 1221 5 76 Tue 0040 5 75 1305 5 96 Wed 0122 5 89 1349 6 09 Thu Concord Rangers fly to Colchester for semi final of Senior Cup COLCHESTER United and Concord Rangers will go head to head in the BBC Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals UPDATE Man dies in Chelmsford A12 collision roads bosses issue updated traffic warnings A MAN has died following a collision on the A12 this morning Police were called to Junction UPDATE Morning traffic report The latest traffic update from across east London and Essex this morning Traffic is sl TRAFFIC Congestion on A13 Delays are increasing on the A13 Westbound between A1089 Dock Approach Road and M25 Average speed t Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110704&headline=Police%20appeal%20after%20stabbing%20in%20Southend%20%2D%20two%20arrested%2C%20one%20man%20still%20at%20large§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Brentwood Council warning over scam Council Tax arrears letter | Yellow Advertiser
    of Brentwood Borough Council councillor Louise McKinlay said This is a scam letter that has not been sent by the Council nor on behalf of the Council We have never heard of this company and would always advise residents directly with any such issues Our advice to those who have received this letter is to not pay any monies to QDC collection agents nor to reply to it please just bin the letter Thanks to the residents who have contacted us about this and previous scams because when we know we can warn other residents The Council have contacted Essex Police regarding the letters from QDC collection agency and their advice is that if any residents have made payments using the details on the letter they should call them on 101 and ask to be put through to the Essex Crime Bureau so it can be logged with them The Council have also submitted a fraud report online to Action Fraud If residents have any queries on their Council Tax account they should contact the Council on 01277 312500 or visit www brentwood gov uk counciltax Share this story Other Stories by YA Reporter High tide at Southend Pier from Monday February 8 Mon 1221 5 76 Tue 0040 5 75 1305 5 96 Wed 0122 5 89 1349 6 09 Thu Concord Rangers fly to Colchester for semi final of Senior Cup COLCHESTER United and Concord Rangers will go head to head in the BBC Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals UPDATE Man dies in Chelmsford A12 collision roads bosses issue updated traffic warnings A MAN has died following a collision on the A12 this morning Police were called to Junction UPDATE Morning traffic report The latest traffic update from across east London and Essex this morning Traffic is sl

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110698&headline=Brentwood%20Council%20warning%20over%20scam%20Council%20Tax%20arrears%20letter§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Photo of the day | Yellow Advertiser
    Stratford Newham Thurrock Waltham Forest Yellow Advertiser Twitter Facebook Photo of the day Sunday 14 February 2016 By Mark Cleveland in Arts Estuary Bait Digger Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers A lone bait digger hunts for worms on the mud in the Thames Estuary at low tide The former cold war anti submarine boom off Shoeburyness is visible in the background Nikon D4 200mm f3 5 125th sec Share this story Other Stories by Mark Cleveland Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers Vinyl 33 1 3 music disc on Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers A lone bait digger hunts for worms Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to raise funds for son s rare condition COLCHESTER United super fan Tommy Leggett emotionally expressed his gratitude to rival supporters af Man dead and teen girl in life threatening condition after Barking accident A13 partially closed and causing severe delays A YOUNG man has been killed in an accident on the A13 in Barking The victim believed to be Photo of the day Striking images from

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110669&headline=Photo%20of%20the%20day§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Travellers in Wharf Road Car Park | Yellow Advertiser
    the council to remove the travellers was swift councillors vowed to help any ethnic groups in need of shelter Leader of Chelmsford City Council councillor Roy Whitehead said We are committed to supporting equality and diversity within the City and take our duty to promote good relations between different groups of the community very seriously By the same token however our first duty is to protect the interests of the community as a whole and we simply will not tolerate those that break the law Chelmsford City Council claimed that the occupation of the car park was an alleged trespass Mr Whitehead added Our Officers have been working in close partnership with the Police to ensure that appropriate steps are taken to return the car park back to intended use as soon as possible Papers will be served on the travellers very shortly and a Court Hearing has been arranged for early next week Share this story Other Stories by YA Reporter High tide at Southend Pier from Monday February 8 Mon 1221 5 76 Tue 0040 5 75 1305 5 96 Wed 0122 5 89 1349 6 09 Thu Concord Rangers fly to Colchester for semi final of Senior Cup COLCHESTER United and Concord Rangers will go head to head in the BBC Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals UPDATE Man dies in Chelmsford A12 collision roads bosses issue updated traffic warnings A MAN has died following a collision on the A12 this morning Police were called to Junction UPDATE Morning traffic report The latest traffic update from across east London and Essex this morning Traffic is sl TRAFFIC Congestion on A13 Delays are increasing on the A13 Westbound between A1089 Dock Approach Road and M25 Average speed t Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110696&headline=Travellers%20in%20Wharf%20Road%20Car%20Park§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Funding aims to make Essex highways even better | Yellow Advertiser
    to businesses and we intend to continue that trend with our attention now shifting to tackling defects on urban and rural roads and estates investing in better lighting and better footpaths We will also be looking at investing in particular roads and bridges and also in LED lighting Overall the highways maintenance budget is increasing by over 30 per cent which is proof positive of our ambition to keep the quality of Essex s road network up there with the best in the country Cllr Eddie Johnson cabinet member for highways delivery said people had told the council that cracks and holes in the roads and pavements were unacceptable He added We have listened when business has told us that getting from A to B easily and quickly helps them to prosper We have listened to the partners who have said that alongside the new homes and jobs we desperately need good infrastructure Share this story Other Stories by Romi Neale Anglia Ruskin Professor is named Vice Chancellor for local branches of Children s University ESSEX schoolchildren took part in their own graduation ceremony at Anglia Ruskin University to celeb Anglia Ruskin University reunion marks quarter century link with Malaysia ANGLIA Ruskin University staff partners and former students met on the other side of the world to c Essex Council backs Thames Crossing plans to create jobs and drive economic growth ESSEX County Council has backed newly unveiled plans for a Thames Crossing which is set to create th Research into positive prejudice towards gay men PSYCHOLOGISTS at Anglia Ruskin University are exploring the issues around positive prejudice towar Southend Pier gets major catering investment DINING on Southend Pier could be transformed after council chiefs secured a major investment deal Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110678&headline=Funding%20aims%20to%20make%20Essex%20highways%20even%20better§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Biggest trampoline park in south east opened in Rayleigh | Yellow Advertiser
    Basildon Brentwood Castle Point Rochford Chelmsford Mid Essex Havering Redbridge Southend Stratford Newham Thurrock Waltham Forest Yellow Advertiser Twitter Facebook Biggest trampoline park in south east opened in Rayleigh Saturday 13 February 2016 By YA Reporter in Local People Councillor Heather Glyn and Joey Essex opened Base Jump the biggest trampoline park in the southeast on Friday Also in attendance was Olympic gymnastic Josh Harper from Noak Bridge For the full story see this week s YA Share this story Other Stories by YA Reporter High tide at Southend Pier from Monday February 8 Mon 1221 5 76 Tue 0040 5 75 1305 5 96 Wed 0122 5 89 1349 6 09 Thu Concord Rangers fly to Colchester for semi final of Senior Cup COLCHESTER United and Concord Rangers will go head to head in the BBC Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals UPDATE Man dies in Chelmsford A12 collision roads bosses issue updated traffic warnings A MAN has died following a collision on the A12 this morning Police were called to Junction UPDATE Morning traffic report The latest traffic update from across east London and Essex this morning Traffic is sl TRAFFIC Congestion on A13 Delays are increasing on the A13 Westbound between A1089 Dock Approach Road and M25 Average speed t Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots Hall to raise funds for son s rare condition COLCHESTER United super fan Tommy Leggett emotionally expressed his gratitude to rival supporters af Man dead and teen girl in life threatening condition after Barking accident A13 partially closed and causing severe delays A YOUNG man has been killed in an accident on the A13 in Barking The victim believed to be Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers Vinyl 33 1 3

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110695&headline=Biggest%20trampoline%20park%20in%20south%20east%20opened%20in%20Rayleigh§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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  • Council unveils plans for new special educational needs investment | Yellow Advertiser
    a significant overhaul in the number location and quality of school facilities for children with special educational needs SEN We have some fantastic special schools in Essex however children with SEN are currently travelling too far to schools where the facilities are adequate but not outstanding If we invest in creating a better environment we are investing in the chance for these young people to achieve their maximum potential Cllr John Spence cabinet member for finance added Education is a major component of our capital programme and the record levels of investment we have been able to achieve this year despite the well known financial constraints we are operating under is testament to our strong track record of financial management Apart from the SEN programme we are committed to meeting the ever increasing number of mainstream school places required across the county and this 364m programme of building works over the next three years will create more and better places new schools in places where they are needed and transform our provision for those with special educational needs Neither councillor outlined any reduction in funding or services for SEN children Share this story Other Stories by Romi Neale Anglia Ruskin Professor is named Vice Chancellor for local branches of Children s University ESSEX schoolchildren took part in their own graduation ceremony at Anglia Ruskin University to celeb Anglia Ruskin University reunion marks quarter century link with Malaysia ANGLIA Ruskin University staff partners and former students met on the other side of the world to c Essex Council backs Thames Crossing plans to create jobs and drive economic growth ESSEX County Council has backed newly unveiled plans for a Thames Crossing which is set to create th Research into positive prejudice towards gay men PSYCHOLOGISTS at Anglia Ruskin University are exploring

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=110682&headline=Council%20unveils%20plans%20for%20new%20special%20educational%20needs%20investment§ionIs=news&searchyear=2016 (2016-02-16)
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