By Jacob Ottaway
“It is like having the constant flu and stomach bug all in one go. But it never goes away. You have lack of energy, you feel nauseous a lot of the time, you vomit often, you get migraines, sore throats, sore glands, dizzy spells and so much more. You don’t get to live like a normal person.”
These are the words of 18-year-old Emma, a sufferer of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, more commonly referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or ME.
By Diana Petre
A pregnant mother of one has expressed her indignation with the way local services are carried out, as the path she travels daily with her baby is often times filled with trash. This obstructs her buggie and causes her problems as she has to pick them up every time.
BY ALEX MAXAM
A group of Colchester’s business and professional leaders have joined forces in a bid to promote the town and attract more jobs. They go by the name of Colchester Ambassadors, and today saw their official launch at the Houses of Parliament.
By HK Norman
Several student commuters to the University have been voicing their dissatisfaction with the price of rail and bus tickets, and the quality of the services, as it has left a lot of them out of pocket, with many surmising that they’re not getting value for money, and some even late for lectures.
By Sophie England
A campaign, ‘For Bradley’, has been raised in order to build a holiday home for families with sick children to visit and make memories to last a life time.
Bradley Lowery, was a young Sunderland fan, who touched the hearts of millions, after his brave fight against a rare form of cancer. He sadly lost his battle on July 7th and all money that was raised towards his treatment was put into the Bradley Lowery Foundation to support other sick children.