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Staff Reporter

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MAY WE wish all our readers, viewers, followers and commentators a very very merry christmas. From all four corners of the borough and all four corners of the globe. From all the staff and contributors at www.yourharlow.com.

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IT IS HARD to avoid any religious references on December 24th but it was heartening to see that there was “room at the inn” at The Chocolate Run on Christmas Eve. As the sun was setting at the base next to the Great Parndon Community…

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FIRE Brigade Union members are attempting to scupper ECFRS’ resilience arrangements on New Year’s Eve with an eleventh hour demand ordering retained crews to extend their action. This below the belt tactic is designed to undermine Essex’ well-oiled back up plans for strike cover which…

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HARLOW Council’s Environmental Health Team is working to ensure the town’s eating establishments are up to scratch throughout the busy festive period and beyond. Good company, great food, Christmas crackers and all the trimmings are usually the ingredients for a great meal out during the…

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WITH the Christmas and New Year party period upon us Harlow Council is warning troublemakers who spoil the party that they face being banned from licensed premises. Behave or Be Banned (BOBB), the national scheme which aims to reduce alcohol-related crime and antisocial behaviour, is…

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THE University of the Third Age (U3A) held a Christmas celebration where over 200 people gathered to enjoy the day at Parringdon Sports Club. U3A is a self-help learning organisation for the active retired. U3A offers enhancing and life changing opportunities to those who are…

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POLICE are looking to identify the whereabouts of a man who verbally abused a woman on board a bus in Harlow at 12:30pm on Monday, November 4. The woman, who lives locally and is aged in her 20s, was shaken and upset by the abuse.…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has gone on the record to defend his reason for voting against a Labour motion to investigate the reason for Foodbanks. Whilst much has been written on the 269 MPs who voted against the motion. Mr Halfon has echoed other Conservative…

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STUDENTS from all years took part in a Curriculum Day on the final week before Christmas. They enjoyed a variety of activities in different departments throughout the Academy, including Science, ICT and Technology.

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SOME of Harlow Council’s services including the Civic Centre will shut down between Christmas and New Year to help save over £150,000. Arrangements are in place for residents to still access services and information online at www harlow.gov.uk and the Council can be contacted in…

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NOW WE ALL know that they wanted the pantomime to raise the roof but not quite literally! However, the Harlow Playhouse was one of the victims of the storms on Monday night as there was substantial damage to the roof. Manager, Scott Ramsay and his…

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by Jo O’Reilly IT IS the last gig before Christmas at Stortford’s Half Moon and it’s a sold out show. The Albino Peaches have a tough set to crack. They’re second on in a line up headed by the Holloway’s Alfie Jackson, who incidentally turns…

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KIER Harlow has strengthened its commitment to resident safety by issuing a reminder to check the ID cards of doorstep visitors. Exercising caution is always recommended, but when the days are shorter and nights darker, the threat is more apparent. Residents are warned bogus callers…

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RESIDENTS from the Maunds Hatch area of the town asked Harlow Council on Thursday night: “Whatever happened to the Maunds Hatch money?” The money they refer to is the proceeds arising from the sale of land at Maunds Hatch which they believed was ring-fenced in…

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THE BEST of Harlow’s young musical talent was on display on Friday night as Harlow Rock School held their Christmas concert. A wide variety of acts performed a variety of numbers to a very appreciative audience.

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A MAN has been charged with theft following a police media appeal. Nigel Cassell, 45, of Parsonage Leys, Harlow, was charged with stealing coffee from the Co-op in Tumbler Road, Harlow, on July 26. He was bailed to appear before Chelmsford Magistrates Court on January…