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In today's Gazette: Man jailed for bakery robbery
8:18am Thursday 25th July 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: Robber Adam Versey has been jailed for two years for raiding a bakery.
Versey, 51, of Cliff Road, Dovercourt, asked a shop assistant for a sausage roll before saying: "Give me your money".
* MUM Karen Dellar has urged people to register to give blood and bone marrow after her daughter Hannah-Lee was diagnosed with a rare illness.
Hannah-Lee, eight, has a rare disease which attacks her immune system and needs a bone marrow transplant to help her fight it.
* Education bosses have landed £4 million to build a primary school in north Colchester.
A slice of £13 million of Government funding will fund a 420 space school on land between Bergholt Road and Apprentice Drive in New Braiswick Park.
* A grieving mum has told how thieves have targeted her daughter's grave ten times in four months.
Plants, ornaments and decorations have been taken from Marion Gaskell's grave at Colchester Cemetery and now her mother Martha Hulme has placed a sign next to the grave begging the culprits to leave it alone.
For more on these and other great stories, see today's Gazette. There is always more in the paper than there is online.
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