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OLD HARLOW resident Rob Tyler is a “Stay at Home” dad. Over a year ago, he made the decision to quit work and look after his two children, Ruby, 6 and Poppy, 3. As part of the process, Rob decided to start a diary. He…

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LAST MONTH, Latton Green Primary was placed into special measures. There are a number of people who believe it is politically motivated and has very little to do with education. A concerned parent has written to YH and added her concerns. Sir, “I am a…

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POLICE have renewed an appeal for Harlow residents to be on guard against telephone tricksters following an increase in incidents in the west of the county. Six elderly people in Harlow have been targeted since the start of December, including five on Monday December 16,…

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Brentwood 23 v 17 Harlow HAVING taken an early lead and had control of the game for the first three quarters Harlow allowed Old Brentwood’s to get off the hook in the closing stages. Thanks to the bonus point for losing by 7 points or…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was robbed in a Harlow street last night. The 19-year-old victim was in Minchen Road at about 9.45pm on Monday, December 16, when he was approached by two men. One of the men asked him for a…

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MY partner Andrew and I became familiar with The Sick Children’s Trust when our baby boy William was born prematurely at just 24 weeks and 5 days. I’d had no problems throughout my pregnancy; all my check-ups had gone well and I felt fine, which…

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X-FACTOR star and all round good guy, Rylan dropped in on St Luke’s primary to star in their school nativity play. The children, aged between 7 and 10, won TalkTalk’s Shining Stars competition aimed at finding the next generation of aspiring singers, dancers and actors.…

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HARLOW residents and civic representatives gathered at the Kingsmoor Centre to pay tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela. The evening was organised by Bush Fair councillor, Daniella Pritchard. Among the guests were Harlow MP, Robert Halfon and chair of Harlow Council, Linda Pailing. Harlow…

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ESSEX County Council has welcomed the report by the Davies Commission today as a clear reflection of the views expressed in this year’s county council submission report called “Flights of Fancy”. Following the release of the Davies Commission Report today, Leader of Essex County Council…

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LAST WEEK, the head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilsher, produced his annual report on education in England. The report made for grim reading for some schools but there at the heart of the report was a great tribute to Burnt Mill Academy. The report said:…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses to come forward, who they have not yet spoken to, following a fatal road traffic collision which happened in Second Avenue, in Harlow, at around 4pm on Monday December 16. Police and ambulance paramedics had attended at the scene following…

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ST CLARE Hospice has been given a clean bill of health by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Following an unannounced inspection by the independent regulator on November 25, we achieved full marks for meeting essential standards of quality and safety in all five key areas…

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A ‘Stop The Hate’ Twitter account has been launched as part of Essex Police’s fight against hate crime. The aim is to raise awareness about hate crime across Essex and encourage victims to report it. There will be regular Tweets about work that is being…

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FORMER Spurs striker Gary Lineker has taken to Twitter to express his desire for Harlow’s Glenn Hoddle to return to Spurs following the sacking of manager André Villas-Boas this morning. Liniker Tweeted, “AVB has been sacked by Spurs. Would love to see Glenn Hoddle given…

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ESSEX County Council has called on the county’s MPs including Harlow’s Robert Halfon, to speak out in Parliament about legislation that will see huge changes to the social care system and could cost the authority an extra £40m in the first year of implementation alone.…

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HARLOW dad Andrew How has raised £2,740 for The Sick Children’s Trust after he and his colleagues completing a sponsored skydive for the charity. When Andrew’s son william was born in March he was transferred from Harlow to the Royal London Hospital to treat a…