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Articles from Brentwood Gazette (Essex, England) (July 21, 2021)

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'We have justice for Grace' say family after her killer loses appeal; murderer tried to overturn his conviction and sentence. HANNAH BROWN hannah.brown@reachplc.com @essexlive 416
'We haven't been good enough' NIJJAR ADMITS EAGLES HAVE UNDERPERFORMED IN BLAST. 552
Are you tired of staying up late? WANT MORE SHUTEYE, BUT JUST CAN'T SEEM TO YOURSELF TO BED? ABI JACKSON FINDS OUT MORE ABOUT SLEEP PROCRASTINATION. ABI JACKSON 1192
Beautiful cover version of classic hit by singer-songwriter Sophie; what's on phoenix fm. Paul Golder Listen at 98.0FM, www.phoenixfm.com 261
Care home bills owed by families total PS11 million. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 550
Council offers support against antisocial behaviour. 242
DIY DONNY Our expert answers your questions. 314
Eat, sleep, cave, repeat... THE CROODS 2: A NEW AGE (U) HHHII SEQUEL OFFERS MORE FUN FROM THE STONE AGE. REVIEWS BY DAMON SMITH 358
Family given boost in efforts to finance Bonnie's treatment. 304
Flanagan: Fans fired up Town; BRENTWOOD BOSS IS DELIGHTED BY IMPACT OF RETURNING SUPPORTERS. 743
FREEDOM DAY; A cause for celebration or proceed with caution? Most coronavirus restrictions came to an end in England on Monday (July 19) in what had been dubbed by many as 'Freedom Day'. Wearing a mask and social distancing are no longer a legal requirement, but is advised when in a crowded. indoor place. There was a range of opinions in Brentwood town centre on Monday about the Government's decision to ease restrictions further. HANNAH BROWN hannah.brown@reachplc.com @essexlive 505
GOLD RUSH; As the Olympics get under wAy in tOkyO, this week, Marion McMullen LOOKS bAck At the lAst time the city hOsted the Games. Marion McMullen 817
Greens with envy; GET READY TO SOW SEEDS NOW IF YOU'RE PLANNING TO GROW SPRING CABBAGES. DIARMUID GAVIN Gardening Expert 555
hannah's 'victory lap' for mum with five-day charity challenge. 255
Havering athletes shine in Kingston to make it two wins from two. 421
He was bullied at school - but now model Harry travels the globe. ANASTASIA KOUTSOUNIA newsdesk@essexlive.news 1360
How to avoid the dangers of heatstroke this summer; Experts tell LIZ CONNOR that taking extra precautions could help you stay safe when the temperatures soar. LIZ CONNOR 571
Is low-carbon heating for Essex a climate solution or a lot of hot air? climate change campaigner and chelmsford resident Alex HeArd looks at greener ways of keeping our homes warm that won't cost the earth...at least environmentally. Alex HeArd 1314
JOBS TO DO THIS WEEK. 169
Lots of entries for sponsored virtual walk challenge. 203
Main event - world title boxing bouts get go-ahead from council; permission for two bouts is granted despite objections. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 572
Man charged with attempted murder after incident at pub. 207
Man dies after crash on A128; police appeal for witnesses. MEL KING mel.king@reachplc.com @essexlive 156
Mario upset at messages over support for England. 247
New consultation with public over Lower Thames Crossing; chance to have say on project. AARON MAYHEW aaron.mayhew@reachplc.com @essexlive 594
Objects of Faith; As Paloma Faith launches her first interiors label, SAM WYLIE HARRIS chats to the singer about her stylistic influences, and why she takes the same approach with decor as she does with her outfits. SAM WYLIE HARRIS 1029
Police officer dismissed from force for gross misconduct. 277
Public Health England advice. 280
Racist abuse of team strongly condemned; Letters. 211
Record number of patients visit Essex A&E departments; NHS IS 'BUCKLING UNDER STRAIN OF A WINTER-LIKE SERVICE IN SUMMER'. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 411
Riders sought to take part in Cycle for Life's return in aid of hospice. 458
SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY (U) HHIII. 187
The Kickstart scheme offers the chance of first job or a new role; A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF... Vicky Ford MP for Chelmsford 933
Three people rescued from cars and five treated after accident outside pub. 154
Tragic lack of vision and opportunity for waterside; Letters. 237
Unnecessary to create more parish councils; Letters. 468
Watson's puzzle nearly complete; BILLERICAY BOSS ADMITS PLAYERS WHO TICK ALL HIS BOXES ARE HARD TO COME BY. MARK WYATT mark.wyatt@reachplc.com @MARKGWYATT 579
We will have to learn to live with this virus; POINTS OF VIEW. Alex Burghart MP for Brentwood and Ongar www.alexburghart.org.uk 383
What programmes are on and when during the coming week on Phoenix FM. 584
What to expect on public transport. 405
What's On; BEST OF TV AND STREAMING. 589
You dive better if you're having fun; DIVING CHAMP TOM DALEY TELLS LIZ CONNOR ABOUT PREPARING FOR TOKYO, AND EASING THE PRESSURE WITH KNITTING AND YOGA. 810
Young gardeners turn sandpit into veg patch. 223

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