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In today's Gazette: I 'died' seven times
7:56am Tuesday 19th February 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: A man who "died" seven times when his heart stopped has thanked his friend and the medics who saved his life.
Jim Jennings, 58, collapsed after suffering heart failure but friend Tony Foster gave him the kiss of life and kept him alive for 20 minutes until medics took over.
* A mum-of-two has been jailed for stealing tens of thousands of pounds from her employer.
Angela Dunne, 44, of Witham, got away with £58,000 and was jailed for nine months after admitting 16 charges of fraud, false accounting and theft.
* Colchester is to hold its own comedy festival featuring stars including Jimmy Carr and Richard Herring.
* Great Anglia has been ranked the second worst rail company in a Which? passenger survey.
And when just commuters were surveyed, the operator, which runs trains from Colchester to London, came last.
For more on these and other great stories, see today's Gazette. There is always more in the paper than there is online.