Harlow College staff set to strike for three days

Harlow College staff set to strike for three days

STAFF at Harlow College are set to go on strike for three days at the end of March in a fight for fair pay and conditions. They will strike from Wednesday March 20th to Friday March 22nd. The strikes are part of a third wave of action after University and College Union (UCU) members at […]

Harlow hospital is finalist in nationwide healthcare awards

Harlow hospital is finalist in nationwide healthcare awards

Harlow hospital is finalist in nationwide healthcare awards STAFF at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) who care for patients with severe abdominal pain are celebrating this week after learning they have won a place in the finals of the prestigious HSJ (Health Services Journal) Awards 2019 for their work. Abdominal pain, in the stomach or […]

Over seventy council homes in Harlow are lying empty

Over seventy council homes in Harlow are lying empty

HARLOW Council has explained why up to seventy council homes in Harlow are sitting empty. Their statement comes after a government report highlighted that Harlow had seen one of the biggest increases in unoccupied housing in the country The report did state that the increase covered both council and private. http://www.yourharlow.com/2019/03/12/massive-rise-in-number-of-empty-homes-in-harlow/ With people crying out […]

March Report: Community policing in Harlow

March Report: Community policing in Harlow

Monthly Community Policing Report By Inspector Tony Walker WE have recently welcomed two new Police Community Support officers to the team, Sharon MacDonald & David Moore, both area a great addition to the team and will increase our ability to provide a visible presence throughout Harlow and address community issues. Last month we organised a […]

Harlow Liberal Democrats support People’s Vote

Harlow Liberal Democrats support People’s Vote

THE Harlow Liberal Democrats will continue to support a people’s vote on the final Brexit deal. As the Conservatives fail to make any real progress with Brexit, it is never more evident that the British public deserve the final say claims the Lib Dems.

Courtyard Arts to host annual open exhibition

Courtyard Arts to host annual open exhibition

14th annual Courtyard Open competitive exhibition to attract artists from across the region to Hertford – first year under new Courtyard Arts director Kate Davies Courtyard Arts hosts its annual Courtyard Open exhibition for the 14th year, from 9th to 27th April 2019. Artists are invited to submit work for consideration by an independent panel […]