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Thomas Stokes - Fly tipping cctv

A man and his nephew have been convicted of dumping waste from household refits on derelict land in north London.

Dennis Hart

Article by Ellis Whitehouse: A dance group in Billericay is facing closure after 47 years due to a lack of dancers.

Harry Wheeler

Article by Danny Rust: Billericay Town boss Harry Wheeler insists he is only looking to make two more signings ahead of the forthcoming National League South season.

Trees

Article by Alasdair Hooper: The practice of 'forest bathing' is probably new to a lot of people, but it's becoming a 'thing' in Essex.

Georgie Goodey

Article by Ellis Whitehouse: A soldier from Billericay has made it to the final of a national beauty contest.

Fastest Tuk Tuk in the world

Car crazy petrol head (and resident of Billericay) Matt Everard is taking his Guinness World Record achieving "Fastest Tuk Tuk in the World" to Le Mans with him this weekend for his annual pilgrimage to the centre of motoring nirvana, The Le Mans 24Hr Endurance race in France.

Greyhound Trust logo

Article by Ellis Whitehouse: A probe has been launched after staff at a greyhound trust were allegedly threatened on their land after the death of a dog.

Gavin Callaghan

Article by  Charles Thomson: It is Labour leader Gavin Callaghan’s first day in the office as the new leader of Basildon Council. Last week his party joined forces with with UKIP and independents to take power and publicly announced a raft of plans, including turning street lights back on, reviving Basildon town centre, ramping up the council’s house-building and fighting for unitary status.

Caravans at Queens Elizabeth Park, Billericay (Sun Corner)

Article by The Echo: Travellers who have set up an illegal encampment claim they have nowhere else to go having been forced on every time they stop.

Swimming pool

Article by Charles Thomson: A consultation has been launched over the possible construction of a new swimming pool in Billericay, while a local councillor has asked when the existing one will reopen.

Judges Gavel

Article by Katie Feehan: A fraud trial has collapsed after it emerged the extent of an expert witnesses knowledge was he had once watched a documentary on the subject.

Fraser with fundraising mums

Article by Kloe Hackett: A group of school mums are set to descend 416 feet down the tallest abseil tower in the world in aid of a six-year-old boy with a life-limiting condition.