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  • UKIP will not back bid to honour local sportsmen at tonight's Basildon Council meeting, says group leader | Yellow Advertiser
    Championships In 2015 at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships he became the first British man ever to win a World Championship gold medal In his nomination Cllr Lawrence wrote He trains in Basildon and now resides here A great ambassador for the borough and he is only 23 years of age Basildon man Mr Bingham is the reigning world snooker champion having won the 2015 World Championship He has been in the world top 30 rankings since 2006 7 and in the top 16 since 2011 12 UKIP leader Linda Allport Hodge said her group would not vote in favour of conferring the honour on either of the sportsmen due to the possible cost of doing so She said Both nominees are undoubtedly very highly thought of They have achieved great things at very young ages But we ve asked several times how much this is going to cost and the answer has not been forthcoming As I understand it if it s done properly it will involve a ceremony in the town square which will require a police presence and a lunch Danny Lawrence has just had 4 000 spent on his new chain but I ve been told I can t have 2 000 for repairs in Little Dodden park which is falling apart At this particular juncture where we are increasing council tax and have still got to find savings to make up the shortfall that s going to be left over I don t understand why we are spending money on civic pride as opposed to services for residents It s nothing personal against Stuart and Max It we were in a better position financially we wouldn t oppose it at all The question is whether we should be spending council money on things like maintaining parks for our children or on some sandwiches and a social soiree for the mayor and the deputy mayor and that s what it all boils down to Labour leader Gavin Callaghan dismissed Cllr Allport Hodge s argument and said his group would back the nominations He said I m determined to ensure we keep the ceremonies and the civic services that we have for as long as possible before the Tory axe falls on those as well I m not going to make the Tories lives easier by stopping a function before they get to cut it and put the money back into their reserves Share this story Other Stories by Charles Thomson 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 Duke of Kent visits Basildon and Southend s pathology service THE DUKE of Kent visited Basildon this week to open a pathology lab Basildon and Southend ho UPDATE Man charged with two counts of attempted murder over Basildon incident A MAN has been charged with two counts of

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  • Labour: 'Axe free parking in rich areas and equalise community spending'; Party will propose changes tonight | Yellow Advertiser
    went to press Cllr Callaghan was due to call for the scheme to be scrapped and the money to be put into a Basildon Initiative Fund He said the fund should be topped up with 110 000 from the council s transformation budget which would allow 5 000 for each councillor in the borough to spend on community projects for their residents Cllr Callaghan said This is about the equalisation of funding for community projects It means that if they still want free parking the councillors in Wickford and Billericay can club together and pay for it but it doesn t mean everyone else has to UKIP leader Linda Allport Hodge did not comment on whether her group would support the amendment but said she was generally in favour of anything which spread money more equally around the borough She said I think where Gavin is coming from is something I sympathise with because one of the roles of a ward councillor is to listen to and work with the community and help to resolve community issues but at the moment it doesn t matter which avenue you use whether it s a motion at full council like Frank Ferguson used in his fight for the Five Links residents or dealing with member enquiries it seems like the acknowledgement tracking of and response to your issue leaves a lot to be desired Share this story Other Stories by Charles Thomson 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 Duke of Kent visits Basildon and Southend s pathology service THE DUKE of Kent visited Basildon this week to open a pathology

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  • Rayleigh school hits the right note with spectacular musical | Yellow Advertiser
    Felix Summers to the dancers singers musicians and technology students who designed made and painted the sets The Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber masterpiece follows Joseph s trials and tribulations after he is betrayed by his jealous brothers and sold into slavery Events turn in his favour and finally he is reconciled with the dastardly siblings Much of the tale is told in song and the students have remarkable good voices FitzWimarc also invited pupils from three primary school to join them on stage and help with the singing Edward Francis Grovewood and Downhall have all joined in the secondary school production School PA Glenda Canham said It is such a great show everyone is enjoying especially the primary school pupils who join us The show ran week and finished tomorrow Friday Pictures by Martin Dalton Share this story Other Stories by Pat Higgins Castle Point mayor pays tribute to councillor Jackie Govier who died today Mayor of Castle Point Andrew Sheldon paid tribute to former borough mayor Jackie Govier who died to Rayleigh artist swaps stunning murals for charity helmet design project ARTIST Dan Kitchener is known for his massive vibrant electrifying paintings More often th Huge trampoline park opens in Rayleigh on Saturday BASE Jump the biggest trampoline park in the South East opens its doors to the public for the first Shoebury and Rochford men arrested following incident before local football derby on Boxing Day NINE people including men aged 28 and 24 from Shoeburyness and a 24 year old from Rochford have Brave 80 year old Canvey woman locks armed robber in conservatory and alerts neighbour AN elderly woman locked a robber armed with a knife in a conservatory at her Canvey home and ran out Popular News Colchester fan runs 39 miles to Roots

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  • Labour will attempt to restore funding for Impact and DIAL tonight, but UKIP looks set to jettison the plan | Yellow Advertiser
    t look very good If they just cut your funding because they say they can t afford it due to Government cuts that s one thing but to take it away and give it to another organisation makes it look as though you re either giving a poor service or what you re doing is not needed but that s not true So that s what we are worried about the knock on effect to other funders Mrs Stevens attended last week s cabinet and implored councillors not to go ahead with the cut She claimed a report recommending the change was inaccurate and full of discrepancies She said There is absolutely no way CAB can do what DIAL does for our disabled residents People cannot just walk in and be dealt with there and then have a letter written for them have a phone call made for them be given contact details for local organisations DIAL offers an empathic service using disabled staff and volunteers and carers who are able to build reassurance and a trusting relationship with the clients If this decision is not reversed then all our disabled residents who rely on DIAL will suffer Speaking after the decision Mrs Stevens said We ve got clients contacting us saying What can we do Have you got a petition Should we write letters But we ve just said to them we don t think there s anything they can do In a statement issued before cabinet made the decision Impact managers said Impact has been advising the residents of Basildon on benefit issues since 1992 We are very sad that the council are transferring the funds to the CAB which will mean we will have to close especially at a time when we believe there is going to be a high demand for assistance due to forthcoming benefit changes Labour s attempt to restore the charities funding looks set to fail however as UKIP leader Linda Allport Hodge claimed it doesn t make sense She said UKIP is wholly opposed to the decision that was taken They are robbing Peter to pay Paul But as far as cutting money from the marketing budget I don t think there s a need to do that with the kind of cuts the council is looking at already We do have to leave at least some staff left working at the Bas Centre The council needs to reverse the decision and stop playing silly games but Gavin s proposal would mean the CAB still has the extra 75 000 and then there s another 75 000 being funded from somewhere else That doesn t make sense Tory council leader Phil Turner defended the funding cuts Both Impact and DIAL provide important services Nobody is denying that But this is about the council making sure things work best for us I think we all see that there s a benefit not just in financial terms but also for the residents Share this

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  • Thames images | Yellow Advertiser
    Continuing our occasional series highlighting life on the River Thames The Tilbury to Gravesend ferry Duchess arrives at Tilbury on a beautiful crisp Winters day This picture was taken this morning by Martin Dalton using a Nikon D4 camera and his favourite 28 300mm zoom lens Share this story Other Stories by Martin Dalton Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers Winters sunlight rake Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers The traffic on the Queen Eli Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers The Cruise ship Marco Polo m Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers Photographer Martin D Photo of the day Striking images from the lens of our award winning photographers A man walks his dog a 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

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  • Work completed on more than 4,300 properties in Barking and Dagenham as part of council housing programme | Yellow Advertiser
    Alzheimer s Society in Dagenham her nominated charity Improvement works to properties may include one or more of the following elements new kitchens new bathrooms central heating installation and electrical re wire Councillor Saima Ashraf deputy leader of the council and cabinet member for housing said Not only are we committed to growing the borough and building new homes we are also dedicated to investing in our existing housing stock ensuring we have homes of a high quality that our tenants can be proud of I am thrilled that our Decent Homes programme is progressing and continuing to improve the lives of our tenants Daren Moseley divisional director at United Living said Only last March we celebrated our 1 000th refurbishment in Barking and Dagenham To have transformed 500 more homes in less than a year is fantastic progress and testament to our strong partnership with LBBD council The improvement works to these homes will have a real impact on people s day to day lives and so we re very proud to be playing our part in this important project Mary said I have had minor things done in the past but this is the first major refurbishment in 20 years I am really chuffed with the result and love my kitchen The workmen were really helpful and friendly and I had good communication with the company the whole time I d like to thank the council and United Living A further 7000 homes are to be surveyed and modernised over the next four years with a forecast expenditure of over 60m A council spokeswoman said that it is expected that over 2000 homes will be completed in the next financial year ending March 31 2017 Share this story Other Stories by Michael Cox Pupils at Hornchurch school mark

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  • Essex Police hunt knife-wielding robbers who hit Thurrock Co-op last night | Yellow Advertiser
    stop people from entering while the other brandished the orange knife and used it to threaten a female member of staff When the worker could not open the till the knife wielding crook forced her to fill a carrier bag with roughly 400 worth of cigarettes The men then fled across the road into Premier Avenue Both men were white and of medium build One was described as being roughly 5 9 and in his late twenties with a small face pointy chin and nose and bright blue eyes He wore black gloves black trousers and a blue hoodie with white draw strings The second man was roughly 5 11 and wore a scarf dirty grey tracksuit bottoms woolly gloves and a blue three quarter length parka style jacket with a fur trim Essex Police urged anyone with information to contact PC Manoj Patel at Grays CID by dialling 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 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

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  • Lea Bridge station set to re-open this spring | Yellow Advertiser
    and kick start regeneration plans for Leyton The re opening is funded by 5million in capital funding from Waltham Forest Council 1 1million from the Department for Transport s New Stations Fund and 5 5million from Section 106 contributions managed by the Stratford Transport Implementation Group A council spokeswoman said that the council has already undertaken place shaping work to look at how the area s potential can be unlocked with the station acting as a catalyst for growth Cllr Chris Robbins leader of the council said Lea Bridge station will form such an important lynchpin in this part of Waltham Forest providing existing residents and businesses with a much needed station and stimulating more new homes in the area Leyton has already seen a number of changes in recent years Lea Bridge Road itself will be transformed through the Council s 30 million Mini Holland programme Share this story Other Stories by Michael Cox Pupils at Hornchurch school mark Chinese New Year by taking part in dance workshop CHILDREN at a school in Hornchurch joined in with Chinese New Year celebrations by taking part in a Junior doctors at hospitals across east London and Essex take part in strike action JUNIOR doctors at hospitals across east London and Essex have joined the national strike because of Older people urged to get electric blankets tested at event in Hornchurch OLDER people are being urged to bring along their electric blankets to be tested for free at an even Staff member at Hornchurch superstore raises 2000 through sponsored silences A staff member at a Hornchurch superstore has raised 2 000 for charity after completing two separat School in Chigwell to host its annual dance show A SCHOOL in Chigwell is set to host its annual dance show next month This year

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