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GCSEs: Burnt Mill celebrate another excellent year (and with many story to tell) »

IT HAS, again, been a great year for Burnt Mill Academy and with many a great story to tell. The facts and stats are these: Burnt Mill Academy has 83%…

25-08-2016 - 12:04 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Harlow Business Awards announce shortlist »

ENTRIES for the 2016 Business Awards opened on June 9th at the Business Exhibition and closed at the end of July. Shortlisting took place in August (see below) Presentations by…

24-08-2016 - 12:24 pm / No Comment / Read More »

UKIP councillor continues to deal with anti-socal behaviour in his ward »

UKIP councillor for Bush Fair, Dan Long has told YH that he is continuing to fight the on-going problems in his ward. Cllr Long said: "I had a number of…

23-08-2016 - 10:45 am / 1 Comment / Read More »

Detailed list of roadworks in the region »

OVER 370 miles of roadworks, of which over 70 miles are in the east, will be lifted or completed on motorways and major A roads to help families have smoother…

22-08-2016 - 10:49 am / No Comment / Read More »

Deadline looming for West Essex Awards »

WEST Essex CCG is calling out to the public to nominate the people who they think have made a difference to healthcare in west Essex. One of last year’s winners was…

22-08-2016 - 10:47 am / No Comment / Read More »

Harlow MP Robert Halfon welcomes employment figures »

HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon, has welcomed today's record-breaking figures showing that there are more people in work than ever before. There are 334,000 more people in work across the East…

20-08-2016 - 3:27 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Plans for a hotel at Potters Arms site in Church Langley »

PLANS for a 46-bedroom hotel next to The Potters Arms pub in Church Langley have been submitted to Harlow Council. The developer is hoping to build the three-storey Premier Inn…

20-08-2016 - 3:15 pm / No Comment / Read More »

St Mark’s celebrates outstanding A Level results »

STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School celebrated another remarkable year, with students once again achieving great results and many going on to universities, often the first…

18-08-2016 - 12:10 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Harlow Council continue work to reduce dog-harming tick disease »

MEASURES intended to reduce the number of ticks carrying Babesiosis on land off Third Avenue is set to begin this week before a new generation of adult ticks develops. …

18-08-2016 - 10:37 am / No Comment / Read More »

More investment so Harlow residents can live independently »

ESSEX County Council (ECC) is investing up to £27.7 million to meet increasing demand for housing options that can support and enable older people to live independently.…

17-08-2016 - 4:09 pm / No Comment / Read More »
Headlines

Hello: Talented Adele tribute set for Harlow Playhouse »

THE TALENTED Katie Markham comes to the Harlow Playhouse on September 15th with her Adele tribute.…

29-08-2016 - 7:49 am / No Comment / Read More »

Harlow community condemn sickening racist attack at The Stow »

JUST a few weeks ago, members of the Harlow community came together to condemn hate crime in the town. The…

28-08-2016 - 4:30 pm / 1 Comment / Read More »

Update: Man fights for life after vicious “racial” attack in The Stow »

ESSEX Police remain at the scene of a crime in The Stow, Harlow. Since our last report, a forensic tent…

28-08-2016 - 8:15 am / 2 Comments / Read More »

Football: Harlow Town impress as they sweep away Wingate »

HARLOW Town put their midweek defeat against Dulwich behind them as they thumped Wingate and Finchley 3-0 at the Harlow…

27-08-2016 - 3:59 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Hub and Spoke “Big Ride Out” a big success »

OVER a hundred cyclists joined in on Hub and Spoke's Big Ride Out. Starting from Tesco's in Church Langley, cyclists…

26-08-2016 - 12:48 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Is Harlow’s Frankie and Benny’s under threat of closure »

THE Restaurant Group, the owner of the Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito chains, is to sell or close 33 outlets.…

26-08-2016 - 12:17 pm / No Comment / Read More »

How much is Harlow losing to council tax fraud? »

IT is estimated that Councils across Essex are losing £10 million or more through Council tax fraud or error. This…

26-08-2016 - 11:45 am / No Comment / Read More »

From PIL to The Square »

HAVING had sell out shows from The Beat and The Selecter, The Square is proud to now play host to…

26-08-2016 - 11:37 am / No Comment / Read More »

Have a magic night out for Harlow Hospital radio »

Harlow Hospital Radio is presenting an evening of magic at St Johns ARC in Old Harlow on Saturday October 1st.…

26-08-2016 - 11:34 am / No Comment / Read More »

Awards for Harlow’s disabled entrepreneurs »

INSPIRATIONAL Essex entrepreneurs with a disability could scoop a £2,000 cash injection for their business thanks to The Big Business…

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Harlow children have chance to sing with Russian State Opera »

SIX local children are to sing in Carmen Opera with Russian State Opera. The highly acclaimed Russian State Opera returns…

26-08-2016 - 11:07 am / No Comment / Read More »

Nishall’s Blog: Don’t be hard on yourself »

* You tear down your self-esteem. As you achieve things you tend to tear down your own self-esteem at the…

26-08-2016 - 8:49 am / No Comment / Read More »

GCSE Day: Mark Hall-Onwards and upwards for Mark Hall Academy »

TODAY, Mark Hall Academy is celebrating its GCSE results. New performance measures for GCSEs are in place this year, which…

25-08-2016 - 3:48 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Harlow’s Corbynista’s travel to Chelmsford to see leader »

MORE than 400 people attended the theatre in Chelmsford on Monday evening to hear Jeremy Corbyn lay out his stall…

25-08-2016 - 1:06 pm / 1 Comment / Read More »
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Culture, Leisure and Sport

Rugby: Harlow 1st XV pre-season preparation continues »

Harlow 1XV take on Stevenage at home this Saturday as the build up to the 2016/17 continues. Make sure you get down to support the boys! …

24-08-2016 - 3:11 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Cricket: Harlow CC fall to Harold Wood »

HARLOW were put into bat by a Harold Wood team desperate for a win to bolster their promotion ambitions. Hafiz got Harlow off to a great start smashing the first ball of the game through the covers for 4. Thereafter Hafiz and Alan Jones played…

24-08-2016 - 10:49 am / No Comment / Read More »

Linkfest set for this weekend in Harlow Town Park »

A COVER-band festival is set to light up Harlow Town Park this weekend Linkfest. Top of the bill is Are You Experienced? – a tribute band to Jimi Hendrix. There is also a Pink Floyd act, Funky Voices Choir as well as regular Harlow pub…

24-08-2016 - 10:26 am / No Comment / Read More »

You’ve Got A Friend at the Harlow Playhouse »

THE WORDS and music of Carol King and James Taylor at the Harlow Playhouse.…

24-08-2016 - 9:40 am / No Comment / Read More »

Football: Harlow close but no cigar against Hamlet »

Ryman Premier Harlow Town 1 v 2 Dulwich Hamlet IT LOOKS like it is going to be a long hard season for Harlow Town as they let go a lead to lose 2-1 to Dulwich Hamlet at the Harlow Arena. Harlow made an unsteady start…

23-08-2016 - 8:44 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Jazz in the Garden at Harlow Museum »

FREE entry- The event will be taking place in the beautiful Walled Gardens of Harlow Museum, Muskham Road, CM20 2LF …

23-08-2016 - 1:27 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Inspired by the Olympics? Come and visit Harlow Hockey Club »

HARLOW Hockey Club's season starts again in September. They start the campaign with a "Hockey Fest" evening, aimed at recruiting new players into the team. Hockey Fest is a national programme run by England Hockey. …

23-08-2016 - 11:36 am / No Comment / Read More »

Fortify strengthen their hand at The Square »

FORTIFY are delighted to announce a very strong support lineup for their 2nd September Speak Up! EP Launch Night at The Square in Harlow. A spokesperson said: "Fortify - UK will be opening up the night with some massive rock tunes with some huge choruses,…

23-08-2016 - 11:11 am / No Comment / Read More »
Communities

GCSE Day: Stewards Academy delighted by hard working pupils »

STEWARDS students celebrated GCSE success this year achieving some outstanding individual results. Overall 55% achieved A* t C in English and Maths, which is up…

25-08-2016 - 1:02 pm / No Comment / Read More »

GCSE results: Passmores Head Vic Goddard “So proud of our pupils” »

ONCE again Passmores is celebrating the culmination of five years hard work with our students and parents/carers. No two years are ever the same…

25-08-2016 - 12:47 pm / 1 Comment / Read More »

Very high standards maintained for St Marks on GCSE results day »

ON GCSE Results Day 2016, St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School were celebrating an excellent set of results that yet again demonstrate strong English Baccalaureate,…

25-08-2016 - 12:30 pm / No Comment / Read More »

West Essex Mind: Never a better time to “Be-friend” »

WEST Essex Mind have started up a "Be-friending" service. YH went down to their offices in Bush Fair to find out more. We spoke to…

24-08-2016 - 10:44 am / No Comment / Read More »

Kidd Caru celebrate the work of Beatrix Potter »

THE children and staff at Kiddi Caru’s Harlow day nursery marked the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter last week with a host of activities dedicated…

24-08-2016 - 9:51 am / No Comment / Read More »

Community Association take over running of Moot House »

MARK Hall and Netteswell Community Association is celebrating purchase of Moot House from Essex County Council. …

24-08-2016 - 9:27 am / No Comment / Read More »

Teenage girls from Harlow rescued from mud »

TWO teenagers trapped in mud were rescued after being found by police. The girls, both aged 13 and from Harlow, had been following a canal…

23-08-2016 - 1:34 pm / No Comment / Read More »

Upgrade for health facilities in Harlow »

THE Government has today (Tuesday, 23 August) awarded £819,000 to the North and South Essex Partnership University NHS Trusts to upgrade health-based places of safety…

23-08-2016 - 10:21 am / No Comment / Read More »
Communities

GCSE Day: Stewards Academy delighted by hard working pupils

STEWARDS students celebrated GCSE success this year achieving some outstanding individual results. Overall 55% achieved A* t C in English and Maths, which is up on last year.…

25-08-2016 - 1:02 pm / Read More »
Culture, Leisure and Sport

Rugby: Harlow 1st XV pre-season preparation continues

Harlow 1XV take on Stevenage at home this Saturday as the build up to the 2016/17 continues. Make sure you get down to support the boys! …

24-08-2016 - 3:11 pm / Read More »
History

The Battle of the Somme: Alfred James Winch

Alfred was killed in action on July 1st. Alfred is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing,France. Pier 10, face D. Register Index No MR21…

30-06-2016 - 5:37 pm / Read More »
Sport

Rugby: Harlow 1st XV pre-season preparation continues

Harlow 1XV take on Stevenage at home this Saturday as the build up to the 2016/17 continues. Make sure you get down to support the boys! …

24-08-2016 - 3:11 pm / Read More »
Business

Harlow Business Awards announce shortlist

ENTRIES for the 2016 Business Awards opened on June 9th at the Business Exhibition and closed at the end of July. Shortlisting took place in August (see below) Presentations by shortlisted companies will be in early…

24-08-2016 - 12:24 pm / Read More »
Crime

Appeal for witnesses after assault and burglary in Brockles Mead

ESSEX Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Harlow. Two men knocked on the front door of a property on Brockles Mead at around 8.30pm on Monday, August 22. …

24-08-2016 - 10:59 am / Read More »
Health

Upgrade for health facilities in Harlow

THE Government has today (Tuesday, 23 August) awarded £819,000 to the North and South Essex Partnership University NHS Trusts to upgrade health-based places of safety which provide vital support for those in mental health crisis in…

23-08-2016 - 10:21 am / Read More »
Charity

Get your colour vibe for St Clares Hospice

MORE than thirty creative fundraisers have signed up to get colourful for their local Hospice this summer. On 20th August hundreds of runners will be heading down to Nuclear Races near Ongar to take part in…

15-08-2016 - 3:23 pm / Read More »

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