AN announcement that Primary Schools in Essex will again receive PE & Sport Premium funding for the 2020-21 academic year has been welcomed by Essex County Council.
HARLOW Labour say they are stunned by Conservative plans to reintroduce hospital parking charges to NHS workers.
LAST week, members of the student council at Stewards Academy took part in a virtual roundtable organised by Place2Be, to talk with Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow and Chair of the government’s Education Select Committee.
A WOMAN has been arrested in connection with the murder of Robert Powell.
A HARLOW man has pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman in Harlow Town Centre.
Harlow MP Robert Halfon welcomes Chancellor’s multi-billion-pound package of measures to boost skills and build “an even better Harlow”
THE Chancellor, Rishi Sunak MP, has today announced a series of support measures worth £30 billion designed to protect, retain and create jobs in Harlow, boosting skills and apprenticeships and supporting our local businesses.
THE Harlow shop is open from 10am to 4pm today (Wed 8th July). The Hospice said: “Welcome back to our amazing shoppers and donors. We’ve missed you!
THE RSPCA is bracing itself for a surge in abandoned animals and fears the fallout from the Covid crisis could see more owners struggling to keep their pets. Typically, the charity sees abandonment peak in the summer months. Between June and August 2019, 16,519 animals were reported abandoned to the RSPCA which accounts for 30% […]
ACTIVE Essex has helped secure over £650,000 of lottery money for grassroots community sport clubs and organisations across Essex who needed financial assistance because of the Covid-19 crisis.
THE HEADTEACHER of St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School has paid tribute to everyone associated with the Tripton Road school since the Covid-19 pandemic began.
A NUMBER of men were arrested by armed police in Harlow on Tuesday morning.
AN Old Harlow resident has been charged with possession of cocaine.
A HARLOW care home has responded to comments made by prime minister, Boris Johnson that care homes “didn’t really follow procedures” in responding to the Coronavirus pandemic.
A NUMBER of east London tanning salons has been shut down after reopening on July 4 against lockdown guidelines. Sun City Tanning, which has 10 stores in east London and Essex, reopened at 9.30am on Saturday. A post on the business’ Instagram page insisted that the stores “are fully Covid-19 friendly” and that “enough is […]
STUDENTS at BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, are being offered a range of online experiences to develop their industry knowledge.
CHURCH Langley Councillor, Tony Hall, has resigned with immediate effect owing to ill health. Cllr Hall has represented the Church Langley ward since 2002 and was Chairman of Harlow Council in both 2008/9 and 2015/16.
Domestic Abuse Bill passed as Robert Halfon MP campaigns for stronger protection for victims of domestic violence
ON MONDAY night, Robert Halfon MP voted with cross-party MPs to pass the Government’s landmark Domestic Abuse Bill. The legislation seeks to strengthen protections for victims of domestic violence and ensure stronger measures can be taken against perpetrators.
More than one thousand people take part in consultation to help identify the next Bishop of Chelmsford
MORE than one thousand people take part in consultation to help identify the next Bishop of Chelmsford
A HARLOW woman has been fined and made subject to a restraining order after pleading guilty to an assault in Harlow.
PRIME Minister Boris Johnson’s attempt to blame his government’s failure to control COVID in care homes is despicable and I condemn him for doing it said Harlow Council leader, Mark Ingall.
USUALLY, at this time of year, schools across Harlow have been hosting their GCSE Art exhibitions. They are wonderful events where staff, students and parents are able to attend and see the great work the students have produced.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has responded to comments by the prime minister, Boris Johnson over care homies handing of the Covid-19 pandemic.
PAH establishes virtual meeting to enhance partnership working between consultants in the east of England
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) establishes virtual meeting to enhance partnership working between consultants in the east of England
GREATER Anglia is gearing up to safely welcome back commuters, installing hand sanitiser dispensers at its 20 busiest stations, as it increases its timetable from 6 July in line with more businesses reopening.