Social Media is the way forward! By Nishall Garala SOCIAL media is amazing these days, as you can achieve so much with the power of Hashtags, Retweets, Shares, Like and Favourites. The truth is, social media — when used strategically over time — is the most powerful form of marketing and market research the world […]
FINAL piece on a tragedy that we reported on from the first day.
CELEBRATION of the aesthetic arts is vital. Give them as much support as possible. Tweet
NINETY-five percent of our job should be listening. Easier said than done but..try it..
WE advise you to take up invitations to be on the other mediums. Yes, it promotes your brand bu tit is also fun!
THERE is nothing better than a snapper corralling the public. Saves a lot of time, so be kind to all photographers.
WE thought we would ask a local councillor on the benefits of council meetings being filmed.
BOOK launches are a way of telling the stories on your patch.
ANOTHER one of our reflections on election coverage.
NOW I am no daredevil but those news items where you are at the top of a large building gives a great perspective.
IF there is a planning consultation going on in you patch, then get down to it. You may be able to pick up a vibe or opinion or two.
FILE under “the best zoom lens are your legs”.
YOU come back from holiday and your computer has blown up. What do you do? Where is your nearest repair shop?
WHEN you run an active sports section, there is added value to getting down to the sports arena on training days.
THE first 88 Hyperlocal Bibles can be found on our YourThurrock site.
I’M aware business owners in the Market Square and East Gate are concerned about rising crime and anti social behaviour. Having walked across the Market Square on Wed 11 July 2018 just after 4.00 pm
The world can be a scary place. As we go through our daily lives, we face many challenges, and often these challenges can bring about fear. We may lose something, or perhaps the lack of fulfillment. We may experience fear when going on a job interview or a doing something for the first time.
THIS didn’t happen in Harlow, but it might just as well. It’s a regular scenario up and down the country. The people on the receiving end of this lack of care, their family, and their friends, ask me from time to time “what’s the point of raising awareness when the lack of support is so obvious, so despairing, and so devastating?
SO, this week’s blog is a bit more personal than usual, I’m going to tell you a short story of my journey to university. From the start I was never an academic, and English being my second language, I struggled throughout my school days.
LEAVING the EU poses serious problems for the food supply industry and already I have witnessed crops rotting in fields around March in Cambridgeshire last autumn.
Sir, At St Clare Hospice we are indebted to the more than 500 people from across West Essex and East Herts who volunteer their time to support us each week. The Hospice simply couldn’t continue to provide the level of care we give to patients and families without our volunteers’ support. This Volunteers’ Week (1st […]
Sir, An article on your website earlier this week stated that Harlow Council has granted permission for Peartree Business Centre to be converted into residential flats (Edinburgh Way Business Centre to convert offices into flats, (YH May 15, 2018). The article goes on to say that “it was decided that this did not need to […]
WHAT is it that we all have in common—that motivates us? What is it that we are all striving for? We all want to be happy and experience a sense of well-being in our lives. But, most of us look for happiness in the wrong places.
Cllr Ian Beckett, Harlow’s Mental Health Champion writes: As Maternal Mental Health Week draws to a close I have to share this blog by Rebecca Munns. Rebecca grew up and went to school in Harlow and although living in Dubai for the last few years has remained in close contact with her Harlow family and […]