Nishall’s Blog: Some inspirational quotes

OVER the last few days I was reflecting on the time when I went to the One Young World in Dublin in 2014, and for this blog, I just wanted to share a few inspirational quotes that I picked up during my time there

Blogspot: Living with Luke: Part 77

There once was a man who had a dog. The dog didn’t have a name, it was just ‘the dog’, but it followed its master everywhere he went. Which was weird, because The Man didn’t even like dogs.

Letter to Editor: The record of Robert Halfon

In a few weeks the people of Harlow will have an important decision to make, whether or not to return Robert Halfon as their MP.

David Chennells: My ten year journey with a brain injury

IT all began one Thursday morning 10 years ago and 10 days after my 26th birthday (on 10th May 2007), when I was cycling to work. I started to experience what I can only describe as weird sensations which lasted for about 20 seconds, before I suddenly collapsed, fell down in the middle of the road and then blacked out.

Blogpost: Nishall has a request for General Election candidates

AS the election campaigns have started for the General Election on 8th June, I have seen one thing, most candidates standing for MP only talk about their party manifesto and not what they will do for the constituency they will be elected for specifically,

Letters to Editor: Questions asked of Harlow Council’s new repairs company

IN the spring edition of the Council’s publication Harlow Times. The Leader of Harlow District Council said ‘I am proud that once again the council’s budgets for 2017/18 will see no services closed or cut’ . At the time I asked ‘why then the increase in council tax and where will the money go’.

Letter to Editor: Pointing the finger at Labour’s Harlow Council over housing plans

I am sure that very many residents of Harlow will be as surprised as me to learn that the Labour administration at Harlow Council have agreed to the plans being produced by Epping Forest District Council to allow the building of thousands of homes on Harlow’s southern and western borders.

Letter to Editor: Crisis in Harlow schools

THE Harlow and Epping Forest National Union of Teachers (NUT) delegation has just returned from the Annual NUT Conference in Cardiff.

Nishall’s Blog: Exam Tips

FOR many it is exam season, and for many revision would have started or will start very soon. Therefore this week’s blog is going to be on exam tips, to prepare yourself. I know how hard GCSE, A-levels and Degree exams can be and how stressed people can get. So if you start your revision off in a positive way, the exam season can be a lot more of an easier journey, with hopefully less stress.

Nishall’s Blog: Love…Actually

THIS week, instead of writing an actual blog, I want to show a talk, which was hosted by Royal Holloway’s Hindu Society. The talk was called ‘Love Actually’.

Blogpost: Religion and Society

Next week I am running in an election to stand on the Committee for Hindu Society at my university, which has inspired me to write a blog about the importance of religion in society today.

Nishall’s Blog: The power of social media..

I know that I have written about how businesses can use social media to do marketing, but as I’m now studying a module in Digital marketing at university, I thought I would re share my knowledge, because after analysing many businesses it still seems like many local business are reluctant to use social media in their marketing strategy.

Blogpost: Reporting crime in Harlow

WE have a page on our sister site called The Hyperlocal Bible. It is series if video blogs made by our editor that, we hope,helps those who are thinking of running on line newspapers.

Nishall’s Blog: Why not volunteer?

MANY people say, why volunteer when you can get paid, I say otherwise. People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge. Regardless of the motivation, what unites them all is that they find it both challenging and rewarding.

Nishall’s Blog: Harlow’s Social Network

CAN you now imagine a world without your Facebook feed or the latest information from Twitter? Times have changed, and so is the way that the Harlow community at large are using social media sites.

Nishall’s Blog: Declutter your mind

WE all lead busy lives. In today’s world, it’s as if it’s a badge of honour. Always rushing to the next thing. Working late to meet that deadline to please a boss or client. Driving from one place to the other.

Nishall’s Blog: Embracing Culture within Society

Where are you from? What is your background? These are questions regularly asked by those around us to better understand who we are. Our identity is made up of different factors such as our traditions, our values and most importantly our culture.

Letter to Editor: Labour candidate for police boss speaks out on Harlow murder

IT would be wrong for me, while the Police Investigation into Arek’s murder continues, to speculate about the motives behind the deplorable act. However, with another attack on Polish Nationals in Harlow occurring only days later, it is understandable that the Polish community of Harlow are both shaken and deeply saddened by what has happened.

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 same time. So you feel less and less like you deserve success. And frustration and being angry can become more and more common as you fail to reach those very high standards.

Blogpost: Choose the right job and be happy for life.

YES, it is incredibly important to have a job, so you can pay the bills, buy necessary items, and most importantly to enjoy yourself. Many people have a job for the sake of for a long term period, and I say no to this.

Nishall’s Blog: Don’t let the boredom take over!!

OVER the last few day, many schools have broken up for the summer holidays and our wonderful young people will be saying ‘I’m Bored’ quite often. So I decided this week I am going to write a blog about how to keep yourself engaged and prevent yourself from going insane!

Nishall’s Blog: That’s what friends are for…

LAST Sunday I spent the day in London with some of my friends. So therefore, I’ve been thinking about how beautiful a real friendship can be and how important it really is. Friends are extremely important and friendship is major part of our lives, especially for us young adults!

Nishall’s Blog: Get involved with your community

Over the years and whilst being at university, I’ve seen local people and community groups come up with some of the most innovative solutions to local challenges. But I’ve also seen that sometimes they need a little help unlocking their potential. Constituting a community group, finding funding and recruiting volunteers are some of the common challenges when trying to get locally-driven ideas off the ground.

Nishall’s Blog: How Can Business Use Social Media to do Marketing?

BEFORE you begin creating social media marketing campaigns, consider your business’ goals. Starting a social media marketing campaign without a social strategy in mind is like wandering through a forest without a map—you’ll only end up lost.


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