SNOOKER: GRAYS Cons went back to the top of the Thurrock Snooker League table after a 4-2 victory over Springhouse A.
TORY councillor Mike Revell believes questions about the accounts for the Thurrock Festival remain unanswered.
EDUCATION is Thurrock Council’s “number one priority” according to the Labour portfolio holder.
SWIMMING: THURROCK Swimming Club member Sophie Drake is proving her worth on the other side of the Atlantic.
Thurrock 1sts 8, Witham 2 HOCKEY: WITH four teams being relegated, Tees needed a win to keep away from the relegation zone.
I RECEIVED my council tax bill on Saturday for the coming year and was surprised that the only increase was for the police.
WITH regard to the Gazette’s front page about Grays last week “Great plan for redevelopment”, there are still those of us who can remember the effects of so-called redevelopment under the auspices of the previous Labour administration.
HAS Cllr Val Morris-Cook only just realised what a disgrace not only the A13/A1089 is, but Thurrock as a whole?
I WANTED to write with regard to all the new houses they keep building in Stanford-le-Hope.
AM I the only reader who is getting increasingly annoyed at being cross questioned by sales assistants in chemists?
THE continuing waffle about the future of Coryton oil refinery has to cease.
OUR committee has met twice this year to plan events for local families with young children. Our January meeting took place at Coffee Republic in the new Health Village at Lakeside.
VICE-CHAIRMAN Sheila Kempster opened the February meeting of the Guild, welcoming 45 members and a new member.
PRESIDENT Gill Morris introduced our speaker Mick Brown, who gave a really interesting talk on evacuees.
THURROCK’S full council united to oppose plans for a major new airport in the Thames Estuary.
MORE than £25,000 will be spent on installing new play equipment at a Stanford-le-Hope park.
SPEEDWAY: Purfleet track favourite Stuart Robson has nailed his colours to the mast in support of the Lakeside Hammers speedway team’s chances for the 2012 season.
THE parents of a baby battling a rare medical condition need to raise £50,000 for an operation to save her life.
GOLF: MARDYKE Valley GC held a St Patrick’s Day competition on Saturday.
SPEEDWAY: NEW Lakeside Hammers reserve Justin Sedgmen is back in Essex and ready to play his part with the Purfleet based track team this season.