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Staff Reporter

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HARLOW Council has welcomed new residents to the regenerated housing and retail building in Prentice Place in Potter Street. The £3m project has transformed the neighbourhood shopping centre, with a complete refurbishment inside and out of 15 homes, all of which are council housing, new…

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HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has continued his offer of support to residents who have been impacted by the devastating flooding over the weekend.  Mr Halfon has been in contact with a number of residents across the town who have been affected. He had been in…

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WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, is inviting members of the local community to attend their third annual Walking in Memory event, which will take place at the Hospice in Hastingwood on Sunday 19thSeptember 2021 at 11am.   “Walking in Memory is a…

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TWO new services for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) people in Essex have been launched. A new helpline – 01206 485007- offers free and confidential Covid-19 and mental health support to Gypsies, Roma and Travellers. And the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG)…

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FURLOUGH will be wound down further from Sunday as the government asks employers to make a bigger contribution to the wage support scheme reports the BBC.  An estimated 1.3 million people were on the scheme at the beginning of July, down from a peak of…

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HARLOW Running Club member Darren Coates completed the Lakeland 100 trail race at the weekend, which turned out be a total of 105 miles. The ‘Ultra Tour of the Lake District’ is the most spectacular long distance trail race which has ever taken place within…

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THE installation “Supporting Us, Supporting You”, which will take pride of place at the airbase entrance, is the result of the charity’s sculpture Design Project, in collaboration with Harlow College. Art and Design student Kiera Harkett’s design represents the local community who proudly support EHAAT.…

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WITH release from lockdown now passed, we have decided to bring back our daily Covid-19 report. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. The report covers UK figures; Princess Alexandra Hospital figures;…

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HARLOW Council has issued a statement on grass cutting in Harlow. A spokesperson said: “There have been many concerned comments about the appearance of the grass in some areas of the town this year. The impact of COVID-19 has set an unprecedented challenge to our…

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A HARLOW man has taken his devotion and service to the Catholic Church to the next level by being ordained a Deacon. Tony Rowley was ordained at a special ceremony at Holy Cross Church on Saturday. Tony has been a member of the church for…

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THE Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has responded to increase of assaults on police officers following an article in national press. Roger Hirst said: “This increase of assaults on our police officers saddens me and we really must do more as a society to protect…

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THE M11 will be closed between Junction 7 (Harlow) and Junction 8 (Bishops Stortford/ Stansted Airport) for four nights this August as part of the ongoing M11 Junction 7A works. The closure will be in place from Monday 2nd August for four nights between 9pm…

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HARLOW Art Trust today announced that Bright Eyes, a sculpture by leading female artist Eva Rothschild, is now on view at Glebelands, Harlow until March 2022. The 10-foot-tall sculpture was safely installed yesterday by specialist art technicians. This work has been presented on the site…

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A STUDY by the University of Oxford has found that daily testing of secondary school students who were in contact with someone with COVID-19 was just as effective in controlling school transmission as the current 10-day contact isolation policy.  Burnt Mill Academy took part in…

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A NEW plan to reduce crime, protect victims and make the country safer has been announced by the Prime Minister and Home Secretary. Harlow’s MP, Robert Halfon, has long campaigned for more investment into the police and tougher sentencing and has strongly welcomed the new…

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THE Phoenix Resource Centre, Harlow (registered charity number 1133503), was thrilled to receive the local support of the Colt Hatch Co-Operative this month, along with a £200 cheque, presented by manageress Amy Witt. The money will be used to help supply breakfasts within the local…