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 […]
I would like to thank the 426 voters who voted for the Harlow Alliance Party in the local election last Thursday. Having launched the Party only three months ago it is heartening to know that so many people in the town want to see an alternative to the two party set up in Harlow
EXAM season upon us again… so I thought I would write a blog on stress and how people should deal with it from my personal experience, so it doesn’t affect you in a negative way.
ROAD planning here was, is and will be an absolute car crash: well it would be if the cars can actually move out of the gridlock such abysmal planning will create.
WE filmed this piece on Thursday April 5th. It was a piece on knowing where to and where not to film. It was reported today (April 11th) that Russian journalists had flouted those guidelines by filming in Salisbury Hospital. They were removed by the police. This is just a reminder on keeping ourselves right. Tweet
WE have a sneaking suspicion that public bodies are (consciously or unconsciously) acting like news organisations.
SOMETIMES your IT back up system may consist of a friend around the corner that you can politley request help from. Well, it has worked for us for nearly a decade. But whilst Cheema was helping us out, we chatted about IT, websites and changing technology. Tweet
WITH the right spirit, an April Fool can be a lot of fun.
YOU may not believe it but there are times when you try and talk people out of a story.
GETTING up in the morning, following a lead is all part of the day to day running of an on-line newspaper.
IT happens. You think you have secured an interview and then the person decides that a bigger audience would be better.
THE only way to control the development of HMOs is by enforcing planning law. We need Harlow Council to establish the relevant Article 4 Direction for the whole of Harlow. Anyone then wishing to convert a property into an HMO would need first to obtain planning consent.
SINCE 2016, we have been filming vlogs that chart the day to day or week to week life of running an on-line newspaper. There are other seventy vlogs done so far. As we do a lot more filming in Harlow, we thought we would switch it to YourHarlow. http://www.yourthurrock.com/category/blog/the-hyperlocal-bible/ Tweet
From The Editor THERE was a by-election in Harlow. You may have missed it. It was won by Labour’s Chris Vince. Chris used to live in Chelmsford. A year ago, he moved to Harlow. Rivermill to be precise. Of course, you may know all this as it was pointed out several times. It was pointed […]
“IT was announced that NHS workers are receiving a pay rise of 6.5% spread over the next three years. In reality, this increase fails to address seven consecutive years of pay cuts.
Dear Editor, It has come to my notice that the Sir Charles Kao UTC has changed its name. I would like to point out that this Technical College located in Harlow is for the education of young people between the ages of 14 and 18 and its name is ideally suited to its task. Sir […]
IT is a huge honour to be elected as Councillor for Little Parndon and Hare Street and I wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who came out and voted for me last week.
Nishall’s Blog The Power of Empowering Others “A leader is best when people barely know he exists; when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves.” –Lao Tzu We usually talk about leadership qualities and how to better ourselves. We seek to develop leadership that strives to empower, and […]
Letter to Editor: “Tories have devalued the teaching profession” By Chris Vince: Labour candidate for Little Parndon and Hare Street In response to Cllr Hardware’s letter I would like to point out to him that having been a teacher for nearly thirteen years I have a great deal of experience of the changes caused by […]
Listening to Church Langley’s Residents: LAST Wednesday (07/02) in the House of Commons the annual Police Grant, which approves central police funding for each financial year, was voted on and subsequently passed. Since 2014, Essex Police’s allocation of funds from the national police grant has been cut by £11.7m between 2014/15 – 2017/18. Is it […]