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HARLOW resident, Catherine Johnson, is heading for the mountains next year for charity. Catherine aims to scale the highest mountain in Britain, Ben Nevis in Scotland. Catherine said: “In September next year I am trekking up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles,…

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ESSEX County Council is pleased to learn that the Department for Education has selected two preferred Academy sponsors for Braiswick School in Colchester and Rivermill Academy in Harlow, meaning that progress can continue on developing the two new builds funded through the government’s Targeted Basic…

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A HARLOW teenager is wanted on warrant after failing to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates Court. Vinni Hunter, 18, last know address is only given as Harlow. If you have any information about the whereabouts of Vinni on this page, please contact Essex Police on 101.…

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THE HEAVENS MAY have opened up outside but that did not put a dampner on the festive atmosphere as hundreds gathered together to sing carols at the Harvey Centre on Thursday night. As you will see from out film, the singers not only filled the…

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POLICE are appealing for information following a robbery in Harlow. The victim opened the door of his home in Shawbridge to three men at about 6.30pm on December 11. They assaulted him and stolen a four figure sum from the safe. The three men, who…

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IN just under a year Essex County Council has donated more than 700 computers worth over £34,000 to charities and voluntary groups across the county. The desktops and laptops have been given to community organisations for free under the Community Computing Scheme, showing support for…

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UKIP candidate for the East of England in the 2014 European Elections, Tim Aker appeared on ITV’s Daybreak on Wednesday morning. Harlow residents may well be hearing a lot more from Mr Aker in 2014. Prime Minister David Cameron has brought forward plans to tighten…

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RESIDENTIAL CARE home, Ashlyns will be holding a Christmas Bazaar on Saturday December 21st. The bazaar will be between 2pm and 5pm. There will be stalls for face painting, greeting cards, a beautician, forever living and of course, Father Christmas. Please come and support a…

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By Nishall Garala ON Wednesday 18 December 2013, I went back to my former school, St Mark’s, to celebrate the richly diverse nature of the school during the evening where an outstanding show was put on by the students. Students, parents and the community were…

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HUNDREDS of twinkly lights will shine out brightly in memory of someone special this yuletide after special Christmas trees were lit during nine Light Up A Life services organised by St Clare Hospice. Relatives and friends came together to celebrate the lives of those they…

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THE COMMUNITY matters to students at Burnt Mill Academy. The school, in Mandela Avenue is working hard to build links and offer help to groups in their neighbourhood who need it. Similar projects have always taken place at the school, but they are now being…

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FOR many people, Christmas is a time to relax and be merry. But illnesses and accidents can strike at any time, which is why for the ambulance service it will be business as usual over the festive period. Hundreds of staff from the East of…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has welcomed the news that pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds in the constituency have been allocated £3,961,00 for 2014-15 to help them achieve their full potential. This is good news for pupils and for their families. The Pupil Premium is additional funding…

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NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group has produced a guide for Harlow residents showing all the health services on offer. Chairman and Harlow GP Dr Rob Gerlis said: “We have a wide range of services available and need to keep A&E for real emergencies, especially…

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AN OLD HARLOW building company has been fined £500 for failing in their duty of care when disposing of waste materials which led to fly tipping in Thornwood Common near Epping. The magistrates also ordered the company to pay £675 towards the Council’s prosecution and…

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ON MANY occasions, when you interview top bosses from the health service, you sometimes need to call a nurse as your head is spinning from the jargon. So it was refreshing to sit down and interview Princess Alexandra chief executive Melanie Walker. Mrs Walker is…