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Article by Richard Brown: Police are investigating an "unexplained death" after a man's body was found in an Essex home.

Hospitality trainees on shift at the Cloudfm County Ground, from left Cara Chapman, Commercial Manager Darrell Fox, Charlotte Lee

As Essex Cricket secured their first County Championship win of the season, a new team has been at work behind the scenes.

Stuart Gibbs with students at Ciamanda High School, Kenya.

Volunteers from a Billericay church have visited children in Kenya on an aid mission.

Rogue Trader

Police have issued an urgent warning after elderly victims were targeted by rogue traders four times yesterday.

World record certificate for worlds fastest tuk tuk

A mad-cap motorist has sped his way into the record books after travelling at an incredible 74mph - inside a tiny TUK-TUK.

Jim Shaw

Article by The Echo: A hair salon in Billericay has made the final of the UK Salon Business Awards.

Warrior Women group photo

Article by The Echo: Female fitness fanatics are taking part in a gruelling challenge to raise money for Women’s Aid.

Billericay Swimming pool entrance

Article by Poppie Webster: New public swimming pools could be built in Billericay, Pitsea and Laindon.

Collapsed crane

Article by The Echo: A crane has fallen onto a house, damaging the roof.

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Article by Poppie Webster: Thousands of people attended this years’ Billericay Soapbox Derby raising money for charity.

Funeral car

Billericay families are being urged to shop around when organising funerals after new figures showed many people in the town may be paying over the odds.

Westley Gardens parking issue

Article by Matthew Critchell: Residents are demanding action after battling years of “abusive and disruptive” drivers.