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In today's Gazette: Bus station set to expand
8:00am Thursday 8th August 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: Colchester bus station is being extended just nine months after it opened.
Colchester Council is adding two bigger shelters and 25 seats to the controversial £2 million facility.
* A former taxi firm boss has been banned from driving after taking fares without a licence.
Beverley Brown, of Barrack Lane, Dovercourt, who was the proprietor of Starlings Taxis, admitted a total of four charges and was given a one year disqualification and ordered to pay £4,700 in fines and costs.
* NHS bosses banned mums and their newborn babies from staying in hospital in an astonishing blunder.
A leaked memo to staff said women would not be offered post-natal admission but maternity bosses have now done a U turn.
* Long-serving businessman Steve Miller is closing his shop claiming pollution from town centre traffic is damaging his health.
Mr Miller has run MillerStationery in St Botolph's Street in Colchester for nearly 50 years.
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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