1645 hrs THERE has been a road traffic collision at The Pinnacles. The location is the roundabout that connects Elizabeth way with A1169. There are reports of a number of vehicles involved. Ambulances are in attendance. More follows. Tweet
A PACKED audience came together in Harlow on Wednesday night for the second Harlow Town Centre Awards. Co-hosted by Andrew Richardson from Phoenix Resource Centre and the leader of Harlow Council, Cllr Mark Ingall, the evening was a celebration of Harlow businesses at a time when there is a great deal of optimism. We will […]
OVER 70 companies exhibited at the Harlow Business Exhibition.
Harlow Science Park received a boost in profile when INVEST Essex’s Dave Russell-Graham attended this month’s Biotechnology Innovation Organisation (BIO) International Convention in Boston, MA.
Russell-Graham, who has worked as the Scientific Development Advisor for Harlow Science Park, represented the county as part of the MedCity, London & Partners stand at BIO – one of 24 stands covering the UK and Northern Ireland.
OVERNIGHT closures are planned A414 Edinburgh Way, Harlow for three weeks from Monday 25 June to Friday 13 July (week nights only, 8pm-6am).
VENTOUX is the most fearsome mountain encountered on the Tour de France.
RAINBOW Services are thrilled to announce the launch of an exciting new youth project on Monday 26th June 2018.
NOMINATIONS for this year’s Business Awards open on March 14th and close at the end of June.
HARLOW Islamic Centre hosted an Eid Festival at the weekend.
ESSEX’S Police and Crime Commissioner has said criminalising trespassing as a means of stopping illegal traveller encampments would require too much police manpower for it to be worthwhile.
THERE was plenty of action and adventure for Year 6 pupils from Purford Green Primary and Potter Street Academy recently, when they visited Kingswood Activity Centre in Kent.
ALE and cider fanatics mingled with casual drinkers, families and patrons of The Gibberd Gardens to form a heady brew and a fantastic atmosphere. CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) representative and local historian David Devine said: “I’ve been a member of CAMRA since 1978, and this is the most important event of the year for […]
A HARLOW man has pleaded guilty to being in charge of a dog, which was dangerously out of control.
A FOURTEEN-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to possessing two large knives in Harlow. The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with the following at Chelmsford youth court. On 15/04/2018 at Harlow, had with you, without good reason or lawful authority, in a public place, Waterhouse Moor, Harlow an article which had […]
FARE dodgers left court £30,000 worse off after Greater Anglia prosecuted people caught riding trains without tickets.
MORE than 100 taken to court by local authorities for social care debt during past two years according to GMB study.
POLICE officers across the UK are preparing for an increase in domestic violence during England’s World Cup games.
EDUCATION watchdog, Ofsted, has highly praised a day nursery that is situated in the grounds of Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). Ofsted visited the nursery in May 2018. The report highlighted the following strengths. Children play and learn happily and contentedly. They form secure bonds with practitioners who provide a caring and nurturing environment. Managers have […]
IF you go down to Netteswell Woods, you may be in for a big surprise. It appears that the main sewer has been blocked and according to our sources, sewage has overflowed into the brooks that run from the back of Westfield to the duckpond at Waterhouse Moor.
Celtic Country UK Autumn Tour 2018 A celebration of the best Irish and Scottish artists in one impressive show! Celtic Country includes The New Seekers’ Eve Graham, and Dominic Kirwan, Ireland’s international recording star with Ireland’s newest Country star, his son Barry Kirwan. From Scotland is the fabulously talented special guest, Scotland’s international recording artist […]
THE deputy leader of the Harlow Conservatives has quizzed the new leader of Harlow Council on the exact responsibilities of the growing number of new portfolio holders in his new cabinet. Old Harlow councillor Joel Charles asked the question at a recent cabinet meeting in the Civic Offices. To make his point, he quoted from […]
Dozens of families have signed up for St Clare’s Go Bright Walk! DOZENS of families have signed up to take part in this summer’s first-ever St Clare Hospice family-friendly 5k fundraising event – the Go Bright Walk. The inaugural Go Bright Walk will be taking place in the Water Gardens, Harlow, on Saturday 14th July […]
Roadworks on the M11: Monday June 18th to Sunday June 24th
Free of charge. No booking required. Informal networking. HARLOW Professionals Lunch is relaxed, informal and provides an opportunity to meet likeminded business people and build relationships with new connections. There is no need to register or book your place – just turn up from 12.30pm with plenty of business cards and buy yourself a drink. […]