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Life sentences for ‘barbaric’ burglars who poured boiling water over victims

Life sentences for ‘barbaric’ burglars who poured boiling water over victims

Kacey Adams and Daniel Wallace used cable ties to tie up the couple and subjected them to almost two hours of torture.

7:23pm Monday 3 April 2017

Burnley boss Sean Dyche impressed by Cowley brothers at Lincoln

Burnley boss Sean Dyche praised Lincoln's Cowley brothers for taking an alternative route into management

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has praised Lincoln's Cowley brothers for proving there is more than one route into management.

11:12am Friday 17 February 2017

How MPs voted to give Brexit Bill a second reading

Latest news from the Commons

MPs voted by 498 votes to 114, a majority of 384, to give the E uropean Union (Notification Of Withdrawal) Bill a second reading.

8:15pm Wednesday 1 February 2017

Energy firm to axe up to 800 jobs

Energy giant E-ON will close a call centre with the loss of up to 600 jobs and cut up to 200 other posts

Energy giant E.ON is to close a call centre with the loss of up to 600 jobs and cut up to 200 other posts in moves to "streamline" its customer service operations.

10:36am Wednesday 20 January 2010

Gosfield youngsters edge narrow victory in Youth Shield

Gosfield lake's Essex County Youth Shield team of (from left) Ben Murray, Piers Halley, Joe Richards, Arron Smith and Shaw Radley.

THE juniors of Gosfield Lake Golf Club were victorious by the narrowest of margins against Rayleigh in the Essex County Youth Shield.

7:00am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Blore bounces back from gash to the head to earn judges' verdict

left to right: marathon runner James Smith, boxer Joe Bonito, marathon runner Gavin Allen and boxer James Blore.

Halstead Amateur Boxing Club enjoyed success on the Rayleigh Mills Open Show.

11:00am Monday 4 May 2015

Halstead: Intrepid cyclist completes 28 mile challenge

Halstead: Intrepid cyclist completes 28 mile challenge

An intrepid cyclist overcame a broken hip to help raise hundreds of pounds for charity.

1:00pm Tuesday 10 September 2013

Lightning teenager 'saved by iPod'

A lightning bolt diverted through iPod burned a teenage girl

A teenage girl suffered burns when a lightning bolt was diverted through her iPod as she sheltered from a storm.

1:59pm Friday 19 June 2009

Alcohol and cash seized in raids

A large quantity of alcohol and £100,000 cash have been seized by Customs officers

Large quantities of alcohol and £100,000 cash have been seized by Customs officers in raids on a suspected multi-million-pound smuggling and money-laundering fraud, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said.

3:14pm Friday 21 November 2008

Alcohol and cash seized in raids

A large quantity of alcohol and £100,000 cash have been seized by Customs officers

Large quantities of alcohol and £100,000 cash have been seized by Customs officers in raids on a suspected multi-million-pound smuggling and money-laundering fraud, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said.

3:08pm Friday 21 November 2008
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