X FACTOR star, Dermot O’Leary is set to sign copies of his memoir: “The Soundtrack of my life” at 5pm on Thursday 30th October in WH Smith, Lakeside.
A GROUP of nine Year 11 students from Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, marked the end of their time at the school with the 11-day trip.
THE CHIEF Executive of Harlow Council, Malcolm Morley has written a detailed letter to the communities secretary, Eric Pickles over the continuing problem of illegal encampments in Harlow.
AT 5pm, two men knocked at the front door of a house on Long Banks before one of them forced their way in, punched a man in the face and grabbed a 24 carat gold pendant from around the victim’s neck. The two suspects then fled in a black BMW.
RESIDENTS are being invited to find out more about the Heritage Lottery Fund plans for improving the landscape in the Town Park this Sunday (5 October 2014) by taking part in a guided walk around the park.
WITH just weeks to go before a crucial report is handed to Government, train passengers from across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex are being urged to show their support and sign up to the Great Eastern Rail Campaign.
LABOUR’S parliamentary candidate for Harlow Suzy Stride has joined the campaign to save specialist Refuges facing closure after changes to the way they are funded.
IF you cannot attend our Open Day – tours are available by appointment – please telephone 01279 421267 to arrange a visit
“IT’S nothing short of a national disgrace that the elderly, many of whom have made a massive contribution to this country, are subjected to such poor treatment in their later lives. The NHS simply does not provide sufficient care or compassion. At a basic level, training can be inadequate and supervision of front-line staff non-existent.
HARLOW Town remain on top of the league (on goal difference) after a 2-1 win at Wroxham on Tuesday night. Central defender Luke Cuthbert scored the winner in the 66th minute when he struck from David Cowley’s ball into the box.
CHURCH Langley primary has received a glowing report by Ofsted. The school received a “Good” report but many believe that the school is very close to “Outstanding”.
THE shades have come in to police possession following the arrest of an 18-year-old man from Harlow in Playhouse Square on September 25.
MEMBERS of the public are asked to have a good look at the image to see if they recognise the man suspected of pushing a woman in to bushes in Southern Way on Sunday and attacking her.
TWO MONTHS ago, YH was present at a press conference called by Essex Police, Harlow Council and the Essex County Traveller Unit (ECTU).
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has met with Greater Anglia at Conservative Party Conference and pressed them on the need for greater punctuality, better cleanliness on trains, and for the company to communicate more clearly with their passengers.
IN THE RECENTLY published consultation document regarding savings for Harlow Council, it stated that the cost of keeping the Harlow Playhouse open was in the region of £850,000.
YOU may have wondered who the women were, who were handing out leaflets on Saturday afternoon in Harlow town centre?
A LONG forgotten wildlife area in the grounds of Cooks Spinney Primary School, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, is having new life breathed into it.
THE award-winning ballet company, Ballet Black, return this season with their first-ever family production, based on the best-selling children’s book, Dogs Don’t Do Ballet, written by Anna Kemp with choreography by Christopher Marney (War Letters, Two of a Kind) and designs by Gary Harris (Royal New Zealand Ballet).
HARLOW Running Club member Steve Murtagh competed in the Middlesex 10K held in Victoria Park finishing in 29th place out of 200 finishers and 2nd Vet 50 in a fantastic 34min 54sec, just 13 seconds outside the HRC Vet 50 record. Meanwhile at the Windsor Half Marathon, close to Windsor Castle and within the hilly […]
THE Essex Employment and Skills Board (ESB) is hosting ‘Educating Essex Together’ which will bring together local employers and educators to develop solutions to skills shortages.
THE massive cut in Council Tax relief for jobless householders implemented by Harlow Council last year is a measure that affects five times as many people in Harlow as the Bedroom Tax, according to local campaign group Harlow Council Tax Benefit Rebels.
DO you recognise this piece of jewellery? Police are trying to trace the owner of this pendant as part of enquiries into two burglaries which happened in Harlow.
A difficult afternoon for the Hawks as they came away from North Road with a point. After just 20 seconds Captain James Smith tried his luck from the half way line with a chip that narrowly missed the post. Then 3 minutes later Layne Eadiecut in from the left only to hit his shot over the bar.