ESSEX Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace Mario George, who they want to speak to in connection with an assault in Harlow on Christmas Day last year. George, 34, was last known to be living in Harlow.
THE Rams season is going from strength to strength and on Saturday, although going down by two points against Old Brentwoods, they put on a display that drew nothing but praise from the ever growing number of home spectators.
DEMAND on the local Emergency Department is extremely high. People in Harlow, across West Essex and East and North Hertfordshire are being encouraged to choose the right care for their needs. This includes calling NHS 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not an emergency; considering self care where possible; visiting your local pharmacy or GP. In most cases, you can get help and advice from these professionals which can remove the need to attend the Emergency Department.
AN INSPECTION by a government watchdog has rated Essex Police as Inadequate when it comes to handing cases of child protection. And the report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate paints a picture of chaos and confusion when it comes to dealing with anti-social behaviour.
HARLOW Kebabs, at Clifton Hatch, is in the running for the Best Takeaway Outside London category at the British Kebab Awards. It faces competition from seven other takeaways, including the Curipza Takeaway in Bishop’s Stortford.
“I welcome Nick Alston’s statement at today’s Fire Authority meeting, which sets out the stall for collaborative work which both services, along with the East of England Ambulance Service and the County Council will be now begin to develop further.
HARLOW Athletic Club enjoyed a good weekend in the Essex and Eastern Region Indoor Championships, held at Lee Valley.
THE annual St Clare Spring Raffle is back for 2016, with every ticket sold helping St Clare to continue providing compassionate care and support to local people and their loved ones.
TO reduce the number of domestic abuse victims, perpetrators must be challenged to change their behaviour, say specialist charities and three leading Police and Crime Commissioners
THE Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Brandon Lewis, was in Harlow today (15 February 2016) to meet community leaders to talk about the town’s potential for growth in the future.
SIR Charles Kao UTC, one of 40 state-funded technical academies for 14-19 year olds throughout England, specialises in Medical Technology and Smart Environments. Students have the opportunity to join the University Technical College full-time at Year 10 to study their GCSEs or in Year 12 to study their A Level qualifications.
THE finalists for the British Parking Awards have been announced and the North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) has been shortlisted for the Team of the Year category. Having previously won the Parking Partnership award at the 2012 British Parking Awards, NEPP is keen to show the judges another successful area of its organisation.
SOME residents in Bishop’s Stortford have received bogus council tax enforcement notices from a company called QDC collection agents who are asking to collect unpaid council tax.
DESPITE taking an early lead through another goal from the increasingly impressive youngster Ronnie Winn Thurrock succumbed to a second half goals blitz from Ryman North promotion rivals Harlow and slipped out of the top five.
A414 Essex – One lane blocked and queuing traffic on A414 northbound in Harlow before Park Inn Junction, because of a broken down car.
DETECTIVES are investigating a disturbance in which a man was struck around the head with a push scooter, causing a serious injury to his eye.
The 27-year-old victim was involved in a disturbance with a group of between 10 and 15 teenage boys outside Tesco in Church Langley, Harlow, at about 9.40pm on Friday February 5.
SHARNA Middleton, 15, who had been missing from her home in Harlow since Wednesday February 10, was found at an address in Harlow last night, Sunday February 14.
PREVIEW: In form Harlow Town host Thurrock in promotion showdown with record-breaking streak in their sights. By Matt Biggadike AN in form Harlow Town welcome 4th placed Thurrock to the Arena tomorrow afternoon in another top of the table clash. The Hawks are the in form side of the Ryman Division One North and will […]
THERE is a report of a pedestrian knocked down on First Avenue close to Burnt Mill school.
THE Rams welcomed Upper Clapton on Saturday for the first round of the Intermediate Cup and, first half especially, put in a display that delighted the large home crowd.
THIS was a very tight game. We have not played Basildon since the minis so they were an unknown to us but saying that they were not sure about us ever. We only had 15 players at the start of the game with one of our players turning up just before half time. This due to car trouble. We had a bit of a walk to the pitch. We walked out of the club car park. Turn right then left. Passed the tracker factory. Over a dual carriageway and then through a hedge and onto the pitch. That was the warm up done.
ESSEX Police are appealing for help to find Sharna Middleton missing from home in Harlow since Wednesday, February 10. Sharna, 15, was last seen at around 2.30pm when she left her home address with two bags of clothes.
ESSEX Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus have extinguished a fire in a fourth floor bedroom of a house within the New Hall Estate in Harlow.
PASSMORES Academy Host Year Seven Festival: Passmores School in Harlow recently played host to a Year Seven Festival to provide girls aged eleven and twelve with the opportunity to experience a taster of different variations of football.