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Review of the Year: January to April

Lifestyle / Mon 29th Dec 2014 at 02:02pm

2014 was our first full year as Your Harlow (launched July 2013). Our sister paper, Your Thurrock (launched Sept 2008) has always run a Review of the Year, so we dipped into the 2014 archive to reflect on what caught out attention.

Here is Jan, Feb, March and April

January

Robert Halfon appeared on Newsnight as an advocate of an increased minimum wage.

Just six black and white television sets left in Harlow.

We interviewed Elliot Woollen re his hopes for a community farm in Harlow.

Great concerns over Junction 7a proposals.

Police increase share of council tax (that proved to be a bargain!)

The Harlow rugby world mourned the death of Jake Taylor

A tornado tore through Harlow

St Marks topped table in students studying traditional subjects.

February

We marked 25 years of Canalability

The river levels in areas near Moorhen rose to dangerous levels.

The Circus of Horrors were just one of many fantastic acts at the Harlow Playhouse

Cllr Mark Wilkinson steps down as leader of Harlow Council.

Plans for North Harlow unveiled in plans

Pressures on PAH A and E under scrutiny.

March

Robert Halfon under fire for “Scumbag hooligans” comment

Scaffolding in The Stow is killing business claims businessman.

The streetlights went off at midnight. It went down really well.

Multi-million pound growth for Harlow supported by Essex County Council

Harlow man named as victim of Writtle air crash

Thieves seemed to have a thing about the Southern Way BP

Bans and fines for Harlow bus companies

A lot of crashes on Second Avenue.

Campaign to save the Harlow lollipop ladies!

Ann Widdecombe entertained at the Essex Book Festival

April

Green minded Harvey Centre wins eco award

The Rezillos came to The Square

Tegate Netball got to the national play offs

Nishall Garala continued to write a number of excellent blogs

Pear Tree Mead pupils kept indoors during smog

Harlow woman fined over £500 for one dropped cigarette

Greater Anglia improvement plan pledge

Harlow Town’s Alex Read blasts through fifty barrier in goals.

Stewards Academy students take to the catwalk.

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