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POLICE have appealed for information following the theft of thousands of bottles of rare beer from a warehouse in Billericay. Officers especially want to hear from anyone who has been offered for sale four different brands of beers made by the Scottish brewers BrewDog. They…

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ESSEX police have released a photo of 18 year old Vinny Hunter of Harlow after he failed to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates court. Essex police have requested that anyone with information on his whereabouts contact them on 101. The teenager who has been wanted on…

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HARLOW residents have until Friday to nominate their local Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator for the 2013 Neighbourhood Watch Awards. Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh of Essex Police and Nick Alston, Essex Police and Crime Commissioner are supporting the Essex Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator of the Year Award for…

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ARE you using your iPad/iPhone to its maximum potential or would you just like some guidance on the basics? Harlow College will be in ASDA in January to help you get to know your iPad/iPhone in more detail. By using iPad/iPhone apps you can enhance…

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ESSEX Libraries is one of ten library services across the eastern region to have secured funding to develop a joint summer reading and arts programme for young people in 2014. A total of £93,000 has been awarded using public funding by the National Lottery through…

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ON Saturday March 8th 2014 at Anglia Ruskin University Chelmsford, Essex Book Festival will host its Writers’ Day – an inspirational event bringing together top names from the world of publishing to help writers and aspiring writers across the county to develop their skills and…

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HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has continued to extol the virtues of the Right to buy scheme. In his latest blog, Mr Halfon said: “One of the primary aims of Conservatism is a belief in property: the right to own one’s home – and ensuring that…

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LABOUR activists in Harlow went down to Harlow Town railway station on Monday morning to leaflet and speak to commuters about recent prices hikes. It seems that a day does not go by without commuters venting their frustration about the level of service on the…

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IT WAS sad to hear that the famous Portuguese footballer, Eusebio had passed away aged 71. But for many Harlow residents of a certain age, they will recall the time that (in May 1968) that the Benfica side came to stay at the Saxon Inn…

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GREATER Anglia trains between London Liverpool Street and Harlow, Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford will not be running this weekend as a result of tracks being renewed. Instead, buses will replace trains between Tottenham Hale/Edmonton Green and Hertford East/Bishop’s Stortford. Operator GA says track renewal work…

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NOW the festive season and its celebrations are over, Essex County Council (ECC) is encouraging residents to consider signing up to Dry January to get a head start to a healthy New Year. The national campaign to stay booze-free for the first month of the…

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THE OWNER of a well-known gym in Harlow has passed away. Elvis Meade, 54, passed away on Thursday night after a short illness. Elvis was the owner of Ripped Gym in High Wych Tributes, via the Facebook page have poured in. Robb Claxton said: “Haven’t…

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HARLOW residents are still invited to put across their opinions on plans for a new free school in Harlow. Aspire Academy is described as an Alternative Provision established under the Free School route for children and young people aged 4-16 for whom mainstream education for…

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HARLOW Council has published its revised New Year waste and recycling collection dates. They are as follows Normal: Friday, January 3 – Revised: Monday, January 6 Normal: Monday, January 6 – Revised: Tuesday, January 7 Normal: Tuesday, January 7 – Revised: Wednesday, January 8 Normal:…

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ONE OF THE bands that are filed under ‘Punk legends” are coming to The Square next month. The Members were primarily known for the top 20 hit: “Sound of the Suburbs” although the older members of YH had a soft spot for “Offshore Banking Business”…

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HARLOW’S Bush Fair Ward Councillor and Vice-Chair of Harlow Council Ian Beckett has once again pledged to raise funds for Sam’s Mission, an initiative set up by Sam Snelling to support the work of Harlow Hospital’s Neonatal baby unit. Last year Councillor Beckett raised £1,000…