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TRACES OF THE RESURRECTIONISTS AND THEIR PREY” by Ruth Richardson Saturday 1st February 2014 2.00pm St John’s Arts and Recreation Centre, Old Harlow WHEN Ruth Richardson started researching & writing in this field in the 1970s, the subject of body-snatching was more or less hidden…

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HARLOW people in need of help to tackle problems such as personal debt will get more support with funding provided to 12 Citizens Advice Bureaux from Essex County Council. The Council will give a £123,000 grant each year for up to three years subject to…

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CORPORATE Scrutiny Committee, Tuesday 28 January, from 10am, Committee Room 2 Essex Police and Crime Panel, Wednesday 29 January, from 2.30pm, Committee Room 2 Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Wednesday 5 February, from 10am, Committee Room 1

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0900 hrs Heavy traffic on A414 in both directions in Harlow between Hastingwood Interchange and Clock Tower. A414 in Harlow busy but moving into town before Park Inn junction. 0800hrs M11 Essex – Severe delays on M11 northbound around J5, A1168 (Loughton), because of an…

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THE Ted Beament Quintet are coming to the Marigolds Club in Old Harlow. Ted Beament keyboards, Colin Watling saxophone, Nick Page guitar, Murray Salmon bass and Les Cirkel drums. With the exception of Les on drums the band are no strangers to Marigolds having entertained…

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A FAMILY, left temporarily homeless, after their roof was blown off by a tornado has thanked the Harlow community for rallying round. Amanda Chandler and her family from Upper Mealines had the fright of their lives as a suspected tornado cut across from the north…

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POLICE want to hear from anyone with information about an incident where an object was dropped from a bridge on the M11 motorway causing damage to the sun roof of a car. A woman from Norfolk was driving northwards on the M11 at around 5.15pm…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 2 v 0 Witham Town By Mark Sweeney HARLOW Town went into the game sitting in third, with just a point separating themselves from the visitors. With ten wins each, Harlow’s best home record in the league faced up…

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A NUMBER OF families were made homeless on Saturday night after the roofs from their homes were torn off by a storm. The wind ripped through the five houses in Upper Mealines on the Trotters Road that connects Southern Way with Commonside Road. The incident…

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YH DONNED its tartan anorak this morning to find out how many Harlow residents are actually Scots-born? The answer is: 800. The most Scots-born residents can be found in Church Langley (97). Which may explain why they appear to be campaigning for independence from Harlow!…

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By Mark Sweeney HARLOW MP Robert Halfon welcomes a local and national fall in unemployment figures, but Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow, Suzy Stride, isn’t impressed. Latest figures from the Office of National Statistics show that the number of people unemployed has fallen once again,…

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EMERGENCY services in from Essex and Herts took part in major incident training this week. Exercise Blackout took place at North Weald airfield. The aerodrome was transformed into a major accident scene where a light aircraft had crashed onto a motorway, causing a pile-up involving…

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LITTLE PARNDON primary school have been told to improve by Ofsted. The report has classified the school as “Requires Improvement” The report makes the following criticisms: 1.Standards,especially in mathematics,fell at the end of Year 6 in 2013 after several years of improvement. 2.Pupils have not…

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ON Thursday 20 February, a delightful family show comes to the Playhouse to tell a lovely tale that uses table-top and shadow puppetry together with an imaginative use of everyday objects. This show has a strong, engaging and highly visual storytelling style. A flower shop…

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PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital spends half a million on costly locums because of Cameron’s A&E crisis Understaffed A&E departments in the East of England spent £9.6million on costly locum doctors last year (2012/13) because they cannot permanently fill medical posts. This is an increase of 53%…

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CONSULTATION on the next stage of determining where future housing will go in Harlow is set to start this Spring. Last night’s (23 January 2014) Special Cabinet gave the go ahead to undertake public consultation in Spring on how the town will develop in future.…