In today's Gazette: A top businessman has called for more big names to revive Colchester High Street.

Hugo Fenwick, group trading director of Fenwick, which owns Williams and Griffin, says more should be done to lure quality stores into the town centre.

* Pensioner Nermin Keating swallowed her false teeth and they stayed lodged in her throat for nine weeks.

Mrs Keating, 75, who has dementia, went to the doctors four times before they were discovered.

* A mother was left distraught after benefits staff had her registered as dead.

Rebecca Marshall had her tax credits stopped and had to convince the authorities she was alive in order for them to be restarted.

* Jobs are under threat in Colchester after audio visual store HMV called in the administrators.

For more on these and other great stories, see today's Gazette. There is always more in the paper than there is online.