CCTV of robbers' brazen shop raid

Thurrock Gazette: CCTV of one of the suspects during a robbery at an internet cafe and money exchange in Tottenham High Road, north London. (PA/Met Police)

1:58pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Dramatic CCTV footage of brazen robbers who forced a shop assistant to empty a safe before tying her up has been released by police.

Online essays 'of poor quality'

Thurrock Gazette: Ofqual warned students that essays bought online are often not up to scratch and unlikely to achieve decent grades

1:58pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Sixth-formers attempting to cheat by buying essays online to submit as their own risk being sold poorly written, substandard work, the exams regulator has claimed.

Police seek Melanie murder decision

Thurrock Gazette: Melanie Hall's body was found 13 years after she disappeared

1:58pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Detectives have asked prosecutors to authorise charging a man with the murder of university graduate Melanie Hall nearly 20 years ago.

Clooney: Marriage pretty damn great

Thurrock Gazette: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin in Venice. (AP)

12:51pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Newlywed Hollywood star George Clooney has declared that married life "feels pretty damn great".

Balmy September warmer than August

Thurrock Gazette: People sunbathed on Tynemouth beach as September enjoyed temperatures touching 25C

7:07am Tuesday 30th September 2014

September was warmer than August across parts of the UK, according to figures released today.

Clegg to meet China envoy on HK row

Thurrock Gazette: A boy's parents argued doctors did not have the right to end his life as a court ruled on whether life-support should be withdrawn

9:30am Tuesday 30th September 2014

Nick Clegg is to summon the Chinese ambassador to make clear his "dismay and alarm" at their handling of pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong.

Police face teacher images probe

Thurrock Gazette: A deputy headteacher was found dead after police began investigations into allegations over indecent images

12:51pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

An investigation has been launched into why it took police nine months to act over concerns about a deputy headteacher suspected of covertly taking indecent images of children.

'No panic' vow over Iraq operations

Thurrock Gazette: Philip Hammond defended the RAF's cautious approach to military operations in Iraq

1:58pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

British forces will not be "panicked" into dropping bombs in Iraq by reports of gains by Islamic State (IS) troops, the Foreign Secretary has insisted.

Missing girls may be Syria-bound

Thurrock Gazette: The family home of the 15 year old from Bristol who, along along with a 17-year-old from Lambeth, are missing and may be trying to get to Syria.

12:51pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Two teenage girls have gone missing and may be trying to get to Syria to join extremists in the war torn state.

Cameron vow on all-week GP access

Thurrock Gazette: Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor  Boris Johnson walk through the ICC in Birmingham on their way to an event during the Conservative Party conference

7:57am Tuesday 30th September 2014

David Cameron has promised "many more" family doctors after the general election in order to deliver a pledge of extended-hours access to a GP seven days a week for every NHS patient in England.

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