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Three people badly hurt in A127 crash in West Horndon

One person had to be freed from their vehicle by the fire service. Source: BBC Essex

Colchester United 1-2 Bury

Bury make it back-to-back away wins in League Two after overcoming Colchester United. Source: BBC Essex

Wycombe Wanderers 2-3 Southend United

Wycombe's miserable winless home run continues as they are beaten by Southend in League One. Source: BBC Essex

AFC Fylde 3-0 Braintree Town

Danny Rowe's eighth goal of the season helps AFC Fylde to a comfortable home win over Braintree. Source: BBC Essex

Tilbury shooting: Teen remains in serious condition

Two men arrested in connection with the attack have been released on conditional bail, police say. Source: BBC Essex

Bright Tribe Trust: Academy group give up running six schools

Bright Tribe Trust is alleged to have misused government funding for building projects. Source: BBC Essex

Boy, 5, with autism gets award for 999 call after mum collapsed

Tyler Semple called paramedics despite his difficulties with talking on the telephone. Source: BBC Essex

County Championship: Essex defy champions Surrey to win by one wicket

Surrey narrowly miss out on a record-breaking win as Essex clinch a thrilling one-wicket victory over the county champions. Source: BBC Essex

Protestors camp out at Colchester Painters Yard site

Campaigners have taken over the Painters Yard site in the cultural quarter of Colchester. Source: BBC Essex

Two men arrested over 'targeted' Tilbury shooting

Police say the man was taken to hospital in Basildon after being shot in the stomach in Tilbury. Source: BBC Essex

Thames whale: 'No major concerns' as beluga moves towards estuary

The whale, nicknamed Benny, was first spotted around barges in Gravesend on Tuesday. Source: BBC Essex

County Championship: Champions Surrey retain unbeaten hopes against Essex

Jason Roy and Ollie Pope centuries help champions Surrey dig in against Essex and keep alive hopes of an unbeaten campaign. Source: BBC Essex

Sir Charles Kao: Fibre optics genius passes away

Sir Charles Kao's pioneering work during the 1960s made inventions such as the internet possible. Source: BBC Essex

Tui holiday rep 'waved gun around' at Tenerife resort

Two holidaymakers say their trip to Tenerife was ruined by the "completely inappropriate" behaviour. Source: BBC Essex

James Foster: Essex wicketkeeper 'disappointed' with decision to let him go

Essex wicketkeeper James Foster says he is "very disappointed" with the decision not to renew his deal, leading him to retire. Source: BBC Essex

Braintree Town 1-5 Leyton Orient

Macauley Bonne went clear as the leading scorer in the National League with a hat-trick in Leyton Orient's 5-1 win at struggling Braintree. Source: BBC...