In Case You Missed it: Police officers assaulted in Maldon, local boxing champ wins title, Moot Hall celebrates 600 years, and more near you
By Ben Shahrabi
20th Mar 2023 | Local News
Take a break this afternoon and catch up on all the top stories near you, with Maldon Nub News.
Maldon MP Sir John Whittingdale weighs in on Gary Lineker BBC row in House of Commons
Maldon MP Sir John Whittingdale has urged the government to ensure the BBC's impartiality guidelines are enforced on 'freelancers', amid the ongoing Gary Lineker row.
Southminster boxing champ Jack Martin wins Super Welterweight Southern Area title
Southminster-based boxer Jack Martin emerged victorious when he took on the Super Welterweight Southern Area title for the second time, in London on March 10.
Maldon: Over £2,100 raised as boxing legend John Conteh joins Paparazzi for Prostate Cancer UK fundraiser
Maldon District Councillor Jeanette Stilts has announced a fundraiser held at Paparazzi in Maldon High Street raised a "staggering" £2,146.14 for Prostate Cancer UK.
Beloved Phoebe's Pantry to return to South Woodham Ferrers following deal with Council
A well-used mobile café, which garnered a petition of almost 3,000 signatures when it lost its right to operate in South Woodham Ferrers, will return next month.
Maldon District: Changes to Burnham retirement community, Plume Academy workshop renovation, Plume Library repairs approved, and 8 more planning applications near you
Take a look at this week's key planning applications in the Maldon District, received or decided on by the Council.
Four Essex Police officers injured while arresting woman following Maldon collision
Four Essex Police officers were injured while attempting to arrest a suspected drunk driver in Maldon on March 10.
'Stop this silent erosion of talent': Essex's top cop argues for fair pay deal
Essex's police chief has spoken up about the problem his force faces in keeping experienced staff - saying his officers can't afford to carry on for much longer without fair pay.
Very large number of patients shouldn't go to A&E, says Essex NHS body
Up to 30 per cent of patients don't need to go to A&E in the first place, the body responsibility for hospitals covering mid and south Essex has said.
Maldon: Police looking for man after car stolen at St Peter's Hospital
Essex Police is appealing for the public's help to identify a man in connection with a car theft at St Peter's Hospital, Maldon, earlier this month.
Maldon's historic Moot Hall to celebrate 600 years with colossal research project – and the team needs your help
The Moot Hall has been at the centre of Maldon life for over 600 years, and an extensive project is about to delve into its rich history.
That's all for this week. Make sure you don't miss out on the stories that matter to you, by subscribing to the FREE Maldon Nub News newsletter.
Every Friday, you can be the first to read our EXCLUSIVE newsletter piece, along with the week's highlights.