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Campaigners demand Harwich Maternity unit is reopened in light of a new health report, a councillor raises fears over the future of Manningtree branding the new mayor as "a step back in time", a protester against the Bathside Bay container port development is given the go-ahead for an official appeal, and a dock company is fined after a worker is crushed.

In pictures: The Women's Tour comes to Harwich and local riders get cycling fever and take part in the Tour de Tendring.

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4:29pm Fri 16 May 14

bloke down the pub says...

If you put a container depo at bathside you will kill Harwich & Dovercourt. As I have said before ,have a look at Tilbury.
If you put a container depo at bathside you will kill Harwich & Dovercourt. As I have said before ,have a look at Tilbury. bloke down the pub
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4:48pm Fri 16 May 14

bloke down the pub says...

Have a look at The London Gateway. This is the bigest rail container dock in the UK opening in a few month. Bathside would only be used for goods not aloud on the railway,Hazades ,Explosive cemical ect.. Wise up Bathside befor its to late.
Have a look at The London Gateway. This is the bigest rail container dock in the UK opening in a few month. Bathside would only be used for goods not aloud on the railway,Hazades ,Explosive cemical ect.. Wise up Bathside befor its to late. bloke down the pub
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