Triple murder investigation after three men found dead
Police have launched a murder investigation after three men were found dead at an address in Colchester. Officers were called on Saturday night with concerns for the welfare of two men at an address on Wellesley Road following reports of an altercation.Two men were found dead inside the property and the body of a third man outside the property.A 32-year-old man from Colchester has been arrested on suspicion of murder.Detectives are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident, but are keeping an open mind.Wellesley Road remains closed while police enquiries continue.
Villagers in Essex resorted to digging a trench around a field taken over by travellers this week to force the group to move on. Residents of West Bergholt, near Colchester, acted after the group broke the gate and moved their caravans onto the field in the village on Wednesday. They mobilised a digger to
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Holidaymakers who parked in the Essex villages of Takeley and Canfield have been coming back from their travels to unpleasant surprises. Slashed tyres and stickered windscreens are among the actions taken by local residents, who are angry about drivers using their streets to avoid Stansted airport parking charges.
The issue of ‘fly-parking’ goes beyond a lack of parking spaces. Other worries include blockages that slow the passage of emergency services, and buses no longer being able to use the affected roads.
Many residents have tried putting up signs, but the success rate has apparently been low.
Essex Lorry Deaths: Two Arrests Made In Vietnam As Extradition Proceedings Begin For Irish Suspect
Police in Vietnam have arrested two people on suspicion of involvement in the deaths of 39 people whose bodies were found in the back of a lorry in Grays, Essex, last week. After 10 Vietnamese families reported their relatives missing, fearing they were among the 39 victims, Ha Tinh regional police launched a criminal investigation into suspected human trafficking, a statement posted on the website said. Two people have been arrested and others brought in for questioning, it said. The investigation would also look at similar incidents that occurred over the last five years.
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Furious villagers are slashing tyres and covering windscreens with stickers in bid to stop holidaymakers from dumping cars on their streets to avoid Stansted Airport parking fees.
“I just think people are really not happy,” Canfield resident Christ Drew told Mail Online. “We keep being told to speak to the council but we feel like nothing gets done. What else can we do? Nobody seems to have any answers.
“There was talk about permits but it would be dependent on cost because if you can’t afford it, do you not get a resident parking permit?”
Resident-only parking permits are the likely solution, nonetheless, and have the support of local parish councils.
“As a member of the Fly Parking Task Group, the NEPP is aware of this problem and enforces in residential areas in the vicinity of the airport as and when it can,” said a spokesperson for the North Essex Parking Partnership.
“NEPP considers the potential benefits and impacts of many parking or waiting restriction requests from across north Essex and would be happy to do so for any submitted by residents living in the vicinity of the airport. Applications for parking or waiting restrictions must be able to demonstrate clear support, including from the local ward councillor.”
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How winter tyres could affect your car insurance, and what you need to tell your provider .
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