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In today's Gazette: Woman held after glass attack
8:15am Tuesday 5th February 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: A woman from Colchester has been questioned by detectives after a student's throat was slashed at a nightclub.
* A historian has spoken of his joy at being a key player in one of the most important archaeological discoveries for decades.
Dr John Ashdown-Hill traced the bloodline of Richard III and now DNA evidence from a descendant has helped to confirm a skeleton found under a car park in Leicester is that of the 15th century king.
* A teaching assistant lost an eye after suffering a fungal infection she claims was caused by a contact lens.
Jacqui Stone underwent 22 operations as doctors battled to save her eye but had to have it removed following fears the infection would go through to her brain.
* Yobs have been condemned after they carried out a random chemical attack in Colchester.
White powder was dumped through the letterbox of the house prompting an alert involving police, fire, ambulance and a hazardous material team.
For more on this and other great stories, see today's Gazette. There is always more in the paper than there is online.