THIS is an incredibly difficult issue. I fully respect that many parents have anxieties about sending their children to school and I understand why a number of parents have decided not to do so.
ESSEX Police are continuing their enquiries to find Lewis Hyde, who is wanted for failing to appear at court.
THE NUMBER of deaths reported to NHS England by Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) remains at 201. That is an increase of zero on yesterday’s figure. There have been no recorded deaths in last ten days. YH has been publishing these figures for 78 days but we would like to think there will come a time, […]
AS you may have seen, Passmores Academy have been keeping spirits up during this pandemic with some wonderful video presentations.
AT the end of National Volunteers Week, Roger says a huge thank to you everyone who volunteers across Essex, each one playing a key role in helping to keep the county safe not just during these times of COVID-19 but every day of the year.
ON THURSDAY, YH had 36,551 page views. That is our second busiest day since we started on July 1st, 2013. In case you wondered, our busiest was the day the B and Q lorry smashing into the side of a house.
AS part of National Volunteers’ Week, Rainbow Services created a number of postcard snapshots showcasing the work of their volunteers.
EAST Herts Council welcomes the return of visitors to its towns following government announcements which allow non-essential shops to re-open and for people to return to work if they cannot work from home.
HARLOW Council has started advertising homes which are available to rent for those on the housing needs register.
HARLOW Art Trust today announces the launch of a new website and digital map at www.sculpturetown.uk, making Harlow’s unique and growing urban sculpture park of over 100 public artworks more accessible than ever before at a time when, now more than ever, communities need safe and easy access to high quality art on their doorstep for free.
ST Clare Hospice is marking the annual Carers’ Week (8th – 14th June 2020) awareness campaign with the release of a series of online self-care and wellbeing classes, created by the charity’s Day Therapy team.
CAMPAIGNERS have threatened to bring legal action against the government for not providing free school meal vouchers during the summer reports the BBC. Normally children only get free meals from school during term-time. But eligible pupils received food vouchers over Easter as the country coped with the Covid crisis. The Department for Education said the […]
HARLOW’S hospital faced an “overwhelming demand” for critical care services as a result of the coronavirus pandemic reports the BBC.
PARENTS with severely autistic children are calling on Essex County Council (ECC) to step in after a charity suddenly pulled the plug on a school for autistic children.
FACE coverings are to be made compulsory on public transport from June 15 to help quell coronavirus, Grant Shapps announced tonight.
ESSEX Police have charged a man with handling stolen goods and possession of a weapon for the discharge of a noxious liquid in Harlow.
THE NUMBER of deaths reported to NHS England by Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) remains at 201.
HEARTLESS thieves stole a bicycle on the premises of a Harlow factory.
YH’s sports channel has been a bit quiet over the last few months. We have especially missed the Athletics reports. Every Tuesday, Harlow Running Club sends us their weekly reports. Every Saturday, we report from the Harlow parkrun.
VINCI Construction UK have been appointed by VINCI UK Developments to carry out the Design and Construction of the £5.4m facilities project at Harlow Science Park.
Premier League football star makes generous donation of technology products to support PAH in Harlow
A PREMIER League football star has made a kind donation of 10 iPads for our patients to keep in touch with their families while on our wards.
Robert Halfon MP leads questioning of Children’s Commissioner on catch-up tuition for disadvantaged children
ON WEDNESDAY, Harlow MP and Chair of the House of Education Select Committee, Robert Halfon, led questioning of the Children’s Commissioner and leading education policy and tutoring organisations about catch-up tuition and support..
A HARLOW school has taken swift action after a Covid-19 incident within the grounds of the school.
CLOSE TO two hundred Harlow residents attended at Harlow Town Park showground on Wednesday evening to support the campaign for justice for murdered American George Floyd.