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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…

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TRIBUTES have been left at the scene of a fatal road collision in which a Harlow man and his dog were killed. The man, who has been named locally as Andrew Wiggins of Great Brays, was killed at close to 4pm on Monday December 16th…

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Essex Senior Cup Harlow Town 1-0 Redbridge By Mark Wallis A FIRST-half goal from Alex Read was enough to see Harlow Town through to the Quarter-Finals of the Essex Senior Cup as the Hawks continued their fine run with victory over Redbridge, despite going down…

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HARLOW welcomed the High Sheriff of Essex, Mrs Julia Abel Smith DL as she went on a tour of the town. Following a reception at the Civic Centre, the High Sheriff was taken to visit the DAISY Project at Princess Alexandra Hospital, where staff delivered…

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By Tim O’Connell Christmas? What does it mean exactly? I know for me it lost the religious meaning a very long time ago. And if i’m honest I think most people’s idea of Christmas now is Santa Claus and not Jesus Christ, Mary and Joseph.…

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Nine Day Decline – Friday 13th December at The Square By Holly Rejis THREE piece postpunk members of Nine Day Decline jumped onto the stage with a burst of energy. The stage was dark; you could just about make out their faces, then suddenly the…

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LAST MONTH, we reported that 86% of all burglaries in Harlow (April ’12-March ’13) were not solved. We thought we would have a further look into the figures, so we have taken a month (October) and have discovered that only two out of the 49…

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THEY OFTEN SAY that journalism is the art of telling people who never knew that Lord Abernethy was alive, that Lord Abernethy is dead. And do it is with the Harlow 20/20 partnership. Google it and you could be forgiven for thinking it is the…

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POLICE would like to speak to this woman in connection with a burglary in Harlow. The woman had gone into Cash Generators, in Harlow, to try to sell a gold bar but they did not accept the item. Officers would like to speak to her…

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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…