OUTLINE planning permission for the erection of three detached dwellings in Kingsdon Lane has been submitted.
A MAN has pleaded guilty to sending a malicious communication to a Harlow taxi company.
POLICE are investigating after a car smashed into a parked vehicle and landed on its roof in the early hours of Sunday morning.
BEING a Friend for Life and supporting the work of St Clare with a regular gift, will help us continue to offer our round-the-clock care to people in your local community.
A HARLOW mother who says her son developed separation anxiety due to coronavirus restrictions has called a government decision to reject proposals to extend maternity leave “a mockery” reports the BBC.
LAST week, we published a letter where a Harlow resident detailed the struggle her mother had in getting a Covid-19 test. We sent the letter to Harlow MP, Robert Halfon and asked for his response. Mr Halfon said: “I have spoken to Mike Gogarty, Director of Public Health in Essex and this is the advice […]
Re: Parent Workshops – Challenging Behaviour FOLLOWING the success and interest West Essex Mind has had with their online Parent Workshops: Helping Your Child with their Fears & Worries, they are happy to be able to tell they are are offering a new course for parents on Challenging Behaviour. This will be a six week […]
YOUR report of the question about Church Langley at Thursday’s council meeting is incomplete, as will be evident to viewers of the YouTube video.
WILLIAM Martin CofE School on Tawneys Road, was thrilled to learn that one of their pupils, Mya-Faith Gibson aged 7, won the Corona Heroes Badge Competition organised by the Rt. Hon. Robert Halfon MP over the lockdown period. The competition was an opportunity for children to design a badge celebrating the hard work of the NHS […]
HARLOW Town Ladies came from behind as they beat Colney Heath and progressed in the FA Women’s Cup. Goals from Chloe Bassett, Olivia Steele, Vikki Wotton and Georgia Box was enough to seal the win in what was a tough game with both sides who battling well.
Letter to Editor: Serious cuts to school budgets were planned long before 2017 election and those cuts are having consequences.
THE extent of school funding cuts across the country, as revealed in the Times Educational Supplement should come as no surprise to anyone.
FRIENDS and comrades have paid tribute to Harlow’s Daniela Briggs, who has passed away.
GOING into lockdown in March, the Government proclaimed a ban on tenant evictions, pledging that no tenant in a private rented home, who had lost their wages due to Covid-19 would be kicked out of their private rented home until the late summer. Fast forward to August and the press were being briefed as late […]
EVICTION hearings will now resume in courts in England and Wales – but the most serious cases will be given priority reports the BBC. A backlog has built up during a six-month ban on proceedings in place during the coronavirus outbreak. Cases involving domestic violence or anti-social behaviour will be heard first. Restrictions also exist […]
LUNCHTIME Concert Recital – Fumi Otsuki and Sarah Kershaw, violin and piano
BY PCSO Bradley Hall AS a reminder, since Monday 14th September 2020 in England, you must not hold social gatherings with more than six people. The “rule of 6” applies in any setting, indoors or outdoors, at home or in the pub. Let’s keep Essex great, prosperous and safe by adhering to the new rules […]
NHS England has warned doctors they face fines if they do not make clear their patients can see them in person.
KNOWN for their heritage and luxury, Harrods is launching their first stand-alone beauty store at intu Lakeside. H beauty will house over 80 premium and luxury brands such Charlotte Tilbury,
THE British Parking Association (BPA) welcomes progress on delivery of the Parking (Code of Practice) Act 2019 with the launch of two consultations.
UP to 4million low-wage workers in England will be handed £500 for going into isolation as part of a new ‘carrot and stick’ approach by the government reports The Mirror.
HARLOW LABOUR and Conservative councillors clashed over an apparent lack of information over money for the community. Labour councillor Frances Mason questioned the deputy leader of the Harlow Conservatives, cllr Joel Charles over what happened to the £40,000 on offer from Essex County Council to Harlow community groups. Cllr Mason felt there was a lack […]
IT was a winning start for the Hawks who came out worthy victors against FC Romania in the first game of the league season at the Harlow arena.
THE government white paper ‘Planning for the Future’ was published on August 6th 2020. Its stated aim is to make the planning system for development ‘simpler, faster and more predictable’.
THE Not Forgotten is seeking your support to find and thank our remaining World War II veterans, who have been denied their 75th anniversary celebrations by Covid-19. While a sense of normality is returning for many, the harsh realities of the pandemic still exists for our veterans, who have been forced to spend VE and VJ […]