The Caridon Foundation partners with Salvation Army and Hestia to combat Modern Day Slavery
A HARLOW school that was subject to a BBC Panorama investigation has been branded “inadequate” by education inspectors Ofsted. Inspectors visited the Commonside Road school, that caters for students outside mainstream education, over two days (May 8th and 9th) There are some shocking conclusions made by Ofsted including: During the inspection, over one third of […]
A NUMBER of residents in Burnett Park have objected to a planning bid in their estate.
DURING a statement on the NHS today, MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon, asked the Health Secretary whether he agreed Harlow should get a new hospital health campus.
MORE than 50 businesses in Harlow town centre have helped raises awareness about a domestic violence disclosure scheme.
OLD HARLOW residents have objected to a planning application for a house in Chippingfield.
PLANS to expand Stansted Airport has been refused by a district council.
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has today continued in his campaign to end the suffering of animals, particularly horses and ponies tethered by the roadside in and around Harlow.
THE Superfast Essex programme has been crowned the connectivity project of the year in the national Connected Britain Awards 2019.
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THE children’s ward at The Princess Alexandra Hospital is benefiting from a generous donation from the Harlow Council Chair’s Charity, which will make it easier for parents to stay with their sick child during their time on the ward.
IN 2002 in a column written for the Daily Telegraph, Mr Johnson used two racial slurs to refer to African people. “Tony Blair would love touring the continent”, Johnson wrote, “because he will be greeted by ‘cheering crowds of flag-waving piccaninnies’ – a racist term for an African child – and “the tribal warriors will all break out in watermelon smiles to see the big white chief”.
THE next phase in the development of the multi-million pound Harlow Science Park at Harlow Enterprise Zone has been approved by Harlow Council.
MANNINGTREE has rejected the idea of running a library for themselves without paid staff. At an informal meeting last Thursday evening of Manningtree, Mistley, and Lawford councils the community chose not to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to Essex County Council saying they wish to take on the running of Manningtree Library themselves.
CYBER-related sex crimes against children up to almost one every hour
THE LEADER of Harlow Council has praised plans for 8,500 homes on the Harlow border.
APPRENTICESHIPS bosses in Essex have spelled out their ambitions to grow the model and attract more young people into post-16 vocational training.
IF you live or work in the Harlow area and have an interest in community safety matters come along to a public meeting being held by Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.
“THE Cemetery advises visitors to keep dogs on leads and many do but a minority who are visiting the adjacent woods which are not fenced off, allow their pets run into the open space around the memorials.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has expressed his delight that his nomination for the Lifetime Achievement Award in the NHS Parliamentary Awards has been shortlisted.
THE LEADER of Harlow Council is set to table a motion proposed that Harlow Council declare a “climate emergency”.
A HARLOW councillor has contacted the police over racist and offensive graffiti daubed on a road in Harlow.
PROPOSALS to introduce Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) across Harlow town centre were agreed at last night’s Cabinet meeting.
HUMAN rights campaigners have hit out at Essex Police after new figures revealed how the force is increasingly using spit guards including on children –the youngest being 15 years old.