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IN TODAY'S GAZETTE: HOSPITAL PARKING TO GET WORSE
8:00am Friday 31st August 2012 in News
IN TODAY'S GAZETTE: PLANS to introduce parking restrictions on roads near Colchester General Hospital have hit a brick wall - days before work starts on the new £25 million radiotherapy centre.
A consultation on to whether to introduce parking curbs failed to produce clear results and now residents fear the situation will get worse.
* A supermarket caught selling fake booze is still stocking alcohol. Ocean Supermarket in North Station Road is continuing to sell alcohol while an appeal into the decision is considered.
* Former parish councillor Anthony Stewart, of The Rookeries, Marks Tey, has been jailed for seven years for a series of sex assaults on young girls.
* Teenager Oliver Lilburn thought he had a bad hangover - but it turned out to be a life-threatening stroke.
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