By Lauren Dorling
I lent in, closed my eyes, and breathed them in; and in that moment, I knew – this was the armpit I was going to marry. It was love at first smell.
That’s what you’ll be saying this week.
By Molly Garlick
Junior doctors are set to go on strike again tomorrow due to the disagreement between the Government and the BMA about the rate of pay during unsociable hours. Continue reading
By Victoria Williams
Four Colchester doctors have developed a treatment to prevent blood clotting that could save many lives.
The treatment is to be adopted in hospitals in The Essex Urology group which include all five acute hospital trusts in Essex, Ipswich hospital and Barts health NHS Trust. Continue reading
By Lois Worrow
A new law that requires every dog in the UK to be micro-chipped was introduced at the beginning of this month.
The law has come into force after the government declared that around 100,000 dogs are lost each year and according to the BBC could be costing the tax payer around £57 million. Continue reading
By Cijo Jose
Greenpeace activists carried out an astounding series of stunts in the centre of London on Monday to increase awareness of air pollution and demand government action.
Several campaigners climbed Nelson’s Column in the early hours of the morning. Alison Garrigan, 29, and Luke Jones, 30, ascended Admiral Lord Nelson, towering 52 metres above Trafalgar Square, with an emergency face mask which they placed over his face. Continue reading