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The true meaning of Easter

YA writer Stephen Neale has an Easter discussion with the Bishop of Chelmsford, the Rt Rev Stephen Cottrell

SN: Tell me a bit about your job as bishop?

SC: I serve the diocese of Chelmsford. That covers all of Essex and five London bo... read on

THE TRIAL of a Premier League footballer was adjourned at the last minute after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) failed to turn over evidence on time. read on...
PENSIONER Paul Freedman has taken part in his 23rd London Marathon – and it was his hat-trick as the oldest runner. read on...
THE FIRST words a sacked councillor said after life saving surgery were: “I want to get back into local politics. read on...
WORK is about to start on a £3. read on...

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Leyton Orient were given a goalscoring master-class as the League One champions chalked up a hard-fought victory on Bank Holiday Monday. But, the east Londoners could be proud after taking the West Midlanders all the way after Richard Stearman and Bakary Sako put them seemingly out of reach before the interval. The now 15-goal Dean Cox got the Os back in the game straight after the restart, only for sub, James Henry's stoppage-time wonder strike to finally seal the points. Before the live TV cameras and a near full house, Orient, with nothing to lose having already won a play-off place, took the game to the league leaders and David Mooney twice went close early, before slack marking from Michael Jacobs's 18th minute flag-kick, allowed Stearman a close range header. Orient's defensive indecision cost them again on 32 minutes when Kevin McDonald and Jacobs set up Dicko, who fired past a helpless Jamie Jones from close range. The Os should have had a penalty when David Mooney's drive... read on

Leyton Orient’s five-game barren run ended after an emphatic win over Peter Taylor’s mid-table Gills on Saturday.
The O’s were four up by the brea... read on
Concord Rangers remained in the top half of the Skrill Conference South with another away day special. This time FA Trophy finalists Gosport Borough w... read on
Essex Cassells Under 16s Cup Final.

Two early goals from Ruben Duarte and Harry Pearson on Wednesday set Tilbury en route to a 3-0 Cassells C... read on
Ryan Imbert came back to haunt his former club, scoring a brace as Romford made it eight wins in a row against play off chasing landlords Thurrock. <... read on

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