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Invite to information event on preparing for winter

A Be Safe: Winter Ready event is being held in Tendring to encourage people to get ready for winter.

Landlords reminded extension of licensing for Houses of Multiple Occupation has come into force

Landlords are being reminded that many more shared houses and flats are now covered by a mandatory licensing scheme for Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) after a rule change which came into force on Monday, October 1.

Works well underway on £5m cliff stabilisation scheme for Holland-on-Sea

Contractors have begun works on a £5million scheme to stabilise and improve cliffs in Holland-on-Sea.

Boxing returns to Clacton after almost 80 years

Professional boxing is making a welcome return to Clacton after almost 80 years away from the town.

Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair gives thousands the opportunity to find fresh future

People queued up to see what fresh future might await them at the Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair today (Tuesday, October 2).

Businesses who work with animals being made aware of new regulations coming into force

Companies whose business involves animals are being written to advising them of new national rules.

Volunteer restores Burma Star Memorial in Clacton

A kind-hearted volunteer has lovingly restored a war memorial along Clacton seafront.

Fundraising and awards success for two shows staged at Princes Theatre

Two shows staged at Clacton’s Princes Theatre release have seen success in different ways.

Halloween fun for all the family returns to Princes Theatre

There will be spooky goings-on in Clacton’s Princes Theatre during the half term break as the spooktacular Monster Ball returns for another year.

Crucial Crew event gives advice to older people on staying safe

An event giving advice to older people on staying safe across a whole range of topics returned to Clacton today (Thursday, September 27).

Inspector rules development on edge of Clacton would be harmful after high court decision

A planning inspector has turned down plans for 175 homes on the edge of Clacton.

Employer says going to the Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair could change your life

An employer looking to hire new recruits at next week’s Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair has said those who go along could change their life.

Planning Committee Chairman to ask County Hall to consider restrictions on roadworks during peak times

Essex County Council (ECC) is to be asked if it will consider what it can do to reduce the number of roadworks on key routes through Tendring during peak tourist season.

Green light given for 84 new homes in Alresford

A developer’s plans for 84 new homes in Alresford have been given the green light by Tendring District Council’s Planning Committee.

Scheme for 300 homes in Dovercourt can be built after developer addresses speed concerns

A development of 300 new homes in Dovercourt has been given the go-ahead after the applicant addressed concerns over speeding.

Go-ahead for Frinton shop to be sub-divided into three

An empty shop in Frinton has been given planning permission to be converted into three retail units.

Fun for all at Brightlingsea Sports Centre open day

Visitors to Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Brightlingsea Sports Centre were given a chance to try something new during the centre’s open day on Saturday.

Harwich businesses to feature at Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair

Harwich businesses will feature prominently at this year’s Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair.

Clacton seafront welcomes Hindus for festival ceremony

The Hindu ceremony of Ganesha Visarjan at Clacton sea front on Sunday (September 16) was attended by hundreds of people.

Garden centre told to stop trading illegally - including its Winter Wonderland

An enforcement notice has been served telling a Clacton business to stop trading because its poor access leads to highway problems and it does not have the correct planning permission.