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In today's Gazette: College's £2.9 million works
8:20am Monday 29th July 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: Colchester Institute has landed £2.9 million for a rebuilding project.
The cash comes four years after the Government pulled the plug on a massive redevelopment leaving the college to pick up the pieces.
* Four people were hurt - two seriously - after a head on collision on a country road.
Three of the casualties were taken to Colchester General Hospital while the fourth was airlifted to Addenbrookes in Cambridgeshire.
* A man killed himself by ingesting a blend of toxic leaves, an inquest heard.
Police found David Corney dead at his home and discovered branches, scissors, a blender and a mug containing a thick green residue in his kitchen.
* The first solar farm in the Colchester borough looks set to be built next to the A12.
Hive Energy wants to install 60,000 solar panels on 74 acres of fields at Kelvedon.
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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