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HARLOW Running Club hosted the second round of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League on a cold Sunday morning over a five mile course on the fields and woods between Newhall and Church Langley. After a clear night there were some icy…

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Week Commencing January 13th Essex Health and Wellbeing Board, Tuesday 14 January, from 2pm, Council Chamber, Rochford District Council, Civic Suite Essex Fire Policy & Strategy Committee, Wednesday 15 January, from 10am, Fire Service HQ People and Families Scrutiny Committee, Thursday 16 January, from 10am,…

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THE AXED TROUBLED pupils unit in Commonside Road, is improving according to government watchdog Ofsted. The West Quadrant Unit is closing in July. It has and remains in special measures. There are hopes that the Aspire Academy, backed by headteachers Vic Goddard and Helena Mills,…

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A company in charge of a Polish food store has been fined thousands of pounds for selling food not labelled in English. Minidelikatesy Kubus, a business selling mainly Polish food, and its director, Marcin Frankowski, each admitted 20 charges at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court. Nine of…

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POLICE are looking to trace Kieron Armstrong who is wanted after failing to attend court. Armstrong, aged 35, is last known to have been living in the Harlow area. He is described as 6ft tall, of stocky build, with a bald head. Anyone with information…

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FOLLOWING a consultation, council tenants in Harlow could be offered a communal window cleaning service. Harlow Council is asking its leaseholders and tenants who live in flat blocks for their views on whether a communal window cleaning service should be introduced. Services to flat blocks…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a shoplifter assaulted a security guard in Harlow. A man walked into Boots, in Broad Walk, at about 11.05am on December 19 and selected two electric toothbrushes from the display. He then left the store without paying with a…

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SCHOOLCHILDREN will be swapping their usual uniform to snuggle in their sleepwear for St Clare Hospice’s second annual Onesie Week. As part of the fundraising campaign from February 10 to 16, we are once again inviting local schools and youth groups, such as the Brownies…

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WHAT memories I have of Harlow town centre, and oh my! how it has changed since being taken up there as a little boy around the late 1960′s and early 70′s! Well, for starters one massive change I think that strikes you now, is the…

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TORY-LED Essex County Council has returned £1.2m “community money” to developers in the past five years. The money is from 106 agreements, where community money is given unspent given to councils by developers during planning talks. Section 106 agreements are negotiated between a developer and…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has conducted a report that shows how customers are being ripped off by sometimes hundreds of pounds if they do not pay their energy bills by direct debit, with one company charging an extra £390. In the UK, 45% of people…

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TOP LABOUR MP, Ivan Lewis joined Labour candidate for Harlow, Suzy Stride and her ever-growing team as they covered a considerable part of Harlow in a campaign coined “The Cost of Cameron”. This is an interesting tactic by Labour. In the General Election of 2010,…

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POLICE in Essex have had to take patients to hospital when ambulances fail to show up more than 180 times in the past year, it has emerged. When BBC News revealed police concerns about ambulance delays a year ago, police and the ambulance service said…

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By Nishall Garala Working life YES, it is incredibly important to have a job, so you can pay the bills, buy necessary items, and most importantly to enjoy yourself. Many people have a job for the sake of for a long term period, and I…

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SOMEWHERE in Harlow, six houses are happily sitting down to watching black and white television. Figures released by TV Licensing have revealed that there are still six licences in existence in Harlow. There are now fewer than 12,000 sets now in use nationwide. In 2000,…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Harlow where a significant amount of damage was caused. Entry was gained to a house in Tilbury Mead between 4.30pm and 6.30pm on Saturday, January 11. A fish tank was smashed and red paint was daubed…