DESPITE their manager quitting, it was a case of same old same old, as Harlow Town lost away to Chipstead on Saturday afternoon.
SOLE has discovered Essex library staff have lost their only perks.
Harlow Labour group leader to meet with Unison to support and listen to complaints of refuse workers against Veoila
HARLOW Labour are taking action to listen to and show solidarity and support for the complaints of refuse workers against the working practises of Veolia this week.
SERVICES for children in care are at “breaking point” because of poor outcomes and increasing pressures, a senior Tory peer has warned.
Businesses warned food prices may rise and jobs affected after chancellor vows to end alignment with EU rules after Brexit.
BUSINESSES have warned that food prices may rise and jobs may be affected after the chancellor vowed to end alignment with EU rules after Brexit.
MANY of Essex’s most well-structured grassroots football clubs have completed their FA Charter Standard ‘Annual Health Check’ as part of a constant commitment to developing a safe, fun and inclusive environment in the game.
Police call for tougher penalties after police officer has leg broken after Harlow man deliberately rammed her car
BEDFORDSHIRE Police bosses have called for tougher sentences for attacks on police officers after the case of one PC was shown on a television documentary this week.
COUNTY Lines drug distribution awareness and insight from a support worker and perpetrator’s perspective.
NEARLY new sales of childens and baby clothes, books, toys and equipment. Sold by mums to mums.
A FORMER black-cab driver starved himself to death in hospital after he was allowed to refuse food and drink, an inquest heard.
“Complacent and arrogant” MP Robert Halfon slams Harlow Council in bin men bullying in the workplace controversy
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has pledged to champion the cause of the town’s bin men after they balloted for strike action over allegations of bullying and intimidation at their work.
UNISON has confirmed that refuse workers in Harlow are threatening strike action after complaining about bullying, threats and safety breaches from private contractor Veolia,
TWELVE students from The Ongar Academy visited the Service’s Headquarters today (16 January) to learn more about the different roles within the Service and about the variety of career opportunities on offer.
THE HARLOW councillor in charge of waste collections is adamant that he did not know about any workplace problems between bin men and their employers, Veoila.
EVERY year, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) receives some imaginative excuses and expense claims following the 31 January Self Assessment deadline.
SPORTS equipment store, Decathlon has explains why they have decided to close their store in Harlow.
THERE is a big weekend of rugby down at Latton Park, the home of Harlow Rugby Club.
MAKE some noise with Efua Sey, who will be drumming and telling African stories. Free, booking required. For children aged 4+
THE year got off to a busy start for athletes with indoor action in Sheffield for the National Indoor Multi-Event Championships and the Southern Counties Indoor Championships for U17 and U15 athletes.
NEW revelations about intimidation and workplace bullying have come to light in a row about the council’s waste contract which has pushed hard-working local bin men to consider industrial action.
THE Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, confirmed today to Robert Halfon MP that the new hospital for Harlow will, indeed, be a brand new build!
AN UP and coming vegan restaurant in Harlow has been a target of fake negative reviews on the Tripadvisor website.
REFUSE collectors in Harlow are considering industrial action against their employers following allegations of bullying and harassment in the workplace.
Two thirds of residents who responded to police funding consultation support increase in police part of Council Tax
TWO thirds of residents who responded to a police funding consultation support an increase in the police precept.