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COMMUNITIES from across the county united to find out more about Essex’s broadband improvement programme and take part in an in-depth Q&A session. More than 80 parish and town council representatives and community leads from across Essex attended the Countywide Superfast Essex Parish Engagement Event…

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Ellio Pace and his Band By Martin Elven ALTHOUGH my first love is loud, long haired rock music, my musical tastes are pretty eclectic and run the whole gamut from opera to death metal. In amongst that, I’ve always had a soft spot for singer/songwriters,…

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A WOMAN, who took part in restorative justice after she was indecently exposed to, shared her powerful story at the launch of a new pilot project which will allow other victims to confront their perpetrators. Restorative justice is a process which gives victims, involved in…

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SUZY Stride, Labour’s candidate to be the MP for Harlow visited St Stephens Over Sixties Hub this week to hear the priorities of Harlow’#s pensioners with better buses and a fully-funded NHS topping the list. Clients at the Lunch Club run by St Stephens Church…

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IF you are looking for outdoor activities during the Easter holidays, why not take in some of the many heritage trails in Essex? Six scenic trails, taking in views along the stunning Essex coast and countryside, have been put together for walkers, tourists and school…

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POLICE are appealing for information to identify a man who indecently exposed himself. He exposed himself to a woman aged in her 40s near the underpass in Broadley Road, Harlow, between 9am and 10am on Saturday, March 28. He was described as white, 5ft 7ins…

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BURNT Mill Academy has been awarded once again for its work with disadvantaged youngsters. The school, in First Avenue, Harlow, was awarded £5,000 as a qualifier in the Pupil Premium Awards earlier this year, putting it among just 27 secondary schools nationally to reach the…

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FIREFIGHTERS have been called to a lorry containing a leaking chemical drum. The area has been cordoned off and the premises nearby has been evacuated as crews deal with the spillage. Update:12:15hrs: Fire crews are standing by at the incident and are waiting for the…

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The Royal Institution’s ExpeRimental team hosted an afternoon of exciting workshops for young patients and staff as part of this year’s British Science Week. They ran a variety of hands-on activities involving balancing sculptures, a kitchen paper colour quest and a fizzy cubes experiment* to…

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SUZY Stride marked the first day of the official general election campaign today by releasing balloons in the town centre and speaking to voters in Northbrooks. Suzy was joined by Shadow Health minister Andrew Gwynne on Monday to release 38 red balloons in the town…

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HARLOW Running Member Jamie Jephcott completed the Oakley 20 Mile race, near Bedford, in 61st place out of 842 finishers in a superb 2hrs 19min 08sec. But he was upstaged by son Daniel in 244th place in a fantastic personal best time for the distance(PB)…

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OPENING times for GPs and pharmacies in Harlow, Epping Forest and Uttlesford this Easter weekend are now available. NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is encouraging people to self-care where possible and visit their pharmacy for help and advice on addressing minor illnesses such…

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THE Harlow District Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the Federation of Small Businesses to give the four election candidates the chance to talk about their plans for business, education and the Third Sector Robert Halfon MP, Suzie Stride, Sam Stopplecamp and Murray Sackwild…

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ROBERT HALFON launched his campaign to be the MP for Harlow from the side of the A414. Mr Halfon has become famous for his grass roots campaigning and in particular, the side of the roads. Mr Halfon was MP for Harlow from 2010 but with…

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A MOTORCYCLIST who weaved in and out of traffic at speeds up to 148mph with a pillion passenger on board has today been fined £400 and banned from driving for 15 months. Paul Roberts was filmed by an Essex Police motorcyclist as he rode south…

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By Olivia Bekiki Two more months to go and my life as a university student will be over, but, am I ready to start a brand new life as a new graduate? Three years have gone by, and now that it is almost done, I…