Where can you report a hate crime in Harlow?

APART from Harlow Police Station, where can you report a hate crime in Harlow?

Large increase in hate crime in Essex

THERE has been a huge increase in hate crime in Essex since the Brexit vote, new figures show.

MP Liam Byrne launches manifesto for children of alcoholics

AN MP who was raised in Harlow has launched the first ever manifesto for children of alcoholics at the House of Commons.

Harlow businesses hear of economic progress for town

ARLOW businesses gathered together on Tuesday morning to hear about the progress the town had been making on a number of fronts.

Nu Bar in Loughton has licence suspended

THE Nu Bar in Loughton has had its licence suspended pending a full hearing at Licensing Committee on 7 March 2017.

Essex Council leader defends proposed budget: “Building a foundation for the future”

COUNCILLOR David Finch, Leader of Essex County Council will outline the 2017/18 budget in his speech to Full Council on Tuesday 14 February.

More fly-tipping fines on Harlow’s border

BEE services (UK) limited of Woodside, Epping, has been given a £5,000 fine after waste from the company was fly-tipped on Weald Hall Lane, Thornwood and Old House Lane, Roydon in November 2015.

Healthwatch Harriet grills the bosses

SHE IS the next big thing in broadcasting and she doesn’t pull any punches. Cutting to the chase and getting answers to the questions that people daren’t ask, she commands respect not because of her years or experience, but through her sheer force of will. She is Healthwatch Harriet and she isn’t taking no for an answer.

Harlow’s Hate Crime Ambassadors receive LGBT training

LGBT history month is a month-long celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history to raise awareness and combat prejudice. To support the LGBT community, Essex Police, has delivered specialist training to local LGBT charities.

Princess Alexandra Hospital boss says it is not “fit for purpose” but staff are the best

THE outgoing boss of Princess Alexandra Hospital has made a “no holds barred” presentation to Essex County Council where he has stated that the hospital is no longer “fit for purpose.”

Border News: North Weald Bassett Parish Council approve 2% increase in council tax

NORTH Weald Bassett Parish Council has approved a two per cent increase its precept for the 2017-18 financial year.

Harlow Council begins process to find new operators for Playhouse theatre

HARLOW Council has begun the process to find an experienced organisation to take over the management and operation of its Harlow Playhouse Theatre.

Job’s fair coming to Harlow

JOB seekers in Essex will have the opportunity to discover and meet a wealth of local companies all looking to recruit at a series of Essex Jobs Fairs taking place across the county this March.

Headteachers write to MP Robert Halfon over funding crisis

The decisions schools make on spending are no longer driven by what is best for the students but are now a matter of damage limitation. This is a state of affairs that cannot be allowed to continue and I know as an excellent constituency MP you would not wish out young people to be disadvantaged in any way.

Company guilty of corporate manslaughter after death of man in Harlow

A company has been found guilty of corporate manslaughter, and it and its directors guilty of a serious breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act over the death of a man at business in Harlow.

Harlow Enterprise Zone passes 1,000 employees mark

THE Harlow Enterprise Zone Board held its latest meeting last Thursday (2 February 2017) which was hosted by Arrow Electronics at Kao Park.

Fundraising help but new resuscitation room at Princess Alexandra

THE resuscitation room at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow has benefited from a refurbishment after fundraising by the Emergency Department and ITU.

Harlow Playhouse could leave council control

HARLOW Playhouse is to leave council control, as the local authority begins the process of finding a new operator for the theatre.

Princess Alexandra Hospital boss set to quit

PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital (PAH) chief executive Phil Morley is set to step down from his post in April.

Hold the front page as Harlow MP welcomes journalism students to House of Commons

HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon welcomed journalism students from Harlow College to the House of Commons last week.

Harlow residents can save on energy bills before Valentines Day

LOVE saving? You can still save money on energy bills provided you sign up to Essex’s quick and easy energy switch scheme before Valentine’s day (14th February).

Harlow children to be asked about their libraries

HARLOW children have the chance to influence changes and improvements at the county’s libraries.

Council set to earmark £315million for creating 13,000 new school places across Essex (including extension for Kingsmoor)

ESSEX County Council is set to allocate more than £300million for creating about 13,000 school places as part of its ambitious new budget.

Pearson, GSK and Raytheon deliver unique employment workshops at Harlow UTC

STUDENTS at Sir Charles Kao UTC treated to workshops from staff at GlaxoSmithKline, Raytheon and Pearson as part of their activity week celebrations.


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