ROYAL Mail is facing its first national postal strike in a decade after staff voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action.
TARGETED as an innovation project by main contractor, Morgan Sindall, the A414 upgrade to Edinburgh Way in Harlow, Essex, will be the country’s first installation of a large diameter, structural wall plastic pipe attenuation system directly beneath a live carriageway.
A HARLOW man is set to stand trial over a number of charges including child neglect as well as assaulting a woman.
ON Monday night, a new Priest-in-Charge, Revd Darren McIndoe, was licensed by the Bishop of Barking, the Rt Revd Peter Hill and installed by the Archdeacon of Harlow, the Venerable Vanessa Herrick at St Stephen’s Church, Tye Green.
A LITTER pick kickstarted a brand-new school’s commitment to the community.
WITH the average cost of a detached house in the capital rising £172,472 in the past five years, buyers are frequently looking to other areas in search of better value for money reports propertyreporter.
(Photo by Paul McKew) Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round Biggleswade United 4 Saffron Walden Town 4 (AET) It will be interesting to see how Tuesday’s reply pans out after the first installment porudced 8 goals in a Vase thriller on Friday evening. Saffron Walden Town will feel that they threw it away as they […]
AS the council looks to improve green infrastructure and walking routes across Essex, Cllr Kevin Bentley, Deputy Leader of Essex County Council and Cabinet Member for Infrastructure has recognised the importance of providing safe, suitable bridleways in the County, not only for pedestrians and cyclists but for the many horse riding enthusiasts across Essex.
MEANWHILE at the Royal Parks Half Marathon, which takes in some of the capital’s world-famous landmarks and four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens, Mark Bentley finished in 1617th place out of 15,875 finishers in 1hr 45min 37sec, Michael Houlihan was 2040th in 1.52.06, Mick Maddams 3463rd in 1.54.28, Tracie Cook 5560th in 1.57.53, a PB by over 14min, and Alison Walker 13,495th in 2.28.12.
THE Harvey Centre excited to welcome, popular seasonal pop-up shop, Calendar Club back to the centre in time for the busy Christmas period.
Synonymous with the arrival of the festive season, Calendar Club enters its 21st year in 2019.
TRIBUTES have poured in after the death was announced of the much-loved and respected Gary Knott.
HARLOW travelled to a wet and windy Barking with a very different squad to that which played last week (10 1st XV debutants in total).
ESSEX is a varied county rich with inspiration for taking the perfect wildlife photograph; whether it be birds performing dizzying mumurations, reptiles lazily basking in the sun, tidal landscapes evolving before your eyes or the wonderful world of colours and patterns that can be uncovered
SECONDARY and Primary schools across Harlow are being urged to sign up to the Risk-Avert programme, which helps children and young people understand and manage risk, improve decision-making and leads to improvements in emotional health and resilience.
PROPOSALS for a large telecommunications mast in Harlow have been submitted to the planning department.
TWO members of the Harlow junior parkrun core team were busy last week visiting three primary schools in Harlow to spread the word about how wonderful Harlow junior parkrun is!
SPEEDWATCH volunteers checking traffic speeds in North Weald Village, Hastingwod and Thornwood have seen a noticeable improvement in traffic speed on Upland Road, Thornwood, after an initial report highlighted a “major problem” along the road.
GREAT progress is being made on two public poppy displays which will be unveiled in Harlow this month ahead of Remembrance Sunday in November.
Harlow Chorus to perform the Mass of the Martyrs. Full details on poster.
A PRE-bookable community bus service serving the Harlow area is proving to be a great success since it was launched by Epping Forest Community Transport.
ESSEX Police arrested four people on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary after we stopped a vehicle in Harlow on Saturday 12 October.
RAIL passengers in Essex are reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year so they’re aware of earlier last train times on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and timetable changes due to bank holidays and engineering works.
ON Thursday, we published a story regarding the stabbing of a teenage Muslim in Harlow. One of the comments on our Facebook page, objected to the stye of reporting and called for the “journalists should be hanged for slander” (sic).
HARLOW Council’s green credentials has been called into question after their refusal to replace shower facilities for their tenants.