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A MAN has died following a road collision in Station Road with the junction of Jocelyns in Harlow. It happened at around 5.30pm on Saturday, January 31. An 84-year-old man from Ongar was driving a black Ford Fiesta which was in collision with a red…

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Update: 0850 hrs Five vehicles involved in crash on #M11 northbound between J7 (Harlow) & J8 (Stansted) now all on hard shoulder. Incident: 0825 hrs M11 North Bound – REPORTS of an accident involving four vehicles between J7 (Harlow) and J8 (Stansted)

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ESSEX AND Suffolk Water’s average bill for water services will increase by about 4p a week as its multimillion-pound investment programme continues over the next five years. Customers will, on average, pay about 63p per day for their drinking water services as the water company…

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HARLOW woke up to its first dusting of snow of the winter this morning (Tuesday). The side roads in the town were a bit tricky but all main routes seemed to be open. YH will keep you updated should there be any incidents or closures.

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IT WAS a sad day for Harlow as Marks and Spencers closed its doors for the final time on Saturday. It appears that a number of staff have taken up positions elsewhere but nevertheless, YH hopes that the plans for the town centre area can…

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FIRE FIGHTERS were called to a road traffic collision involving three cars. One woman was trapped by her injuries and crews worked with the Ambulance Service to release the casualty by 16:10hrs.

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 2 v 3 Heybridge Swifts THERE has been a definite dip in the form of Harlow Town since early December and this was underlined as they suffered their first defeat in the league at home on Saturday against Heybridge…

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A MAN charged with firearms offences following an incident in the Staple Tye shopping precinct in November entered pleas of not guilty when he appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court today. Robert Somerville, 22, of 26 Charters Cross, Harlow, was granted bail on condition that he…

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FOSTERING February is a campaign aiming to raise awareness about what foster caring involves, alongside dispelling some of the myths and misconceptions which surrounds it. No matter where you are in the country, there is someone near you making a difference to children and young…

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YOUNG politicians got to pose their questions to Parliamentary hopeful Suzy Stride. The Labour candidate visited Year 6 pupils at Freshwaters Primary Academy, in School Lane, Harlow, to explain the world of politics to them. The visit follows on from Inspiring The Future Week where…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has hit back at claims by the Chief Constable of Essex Police that imply he refused to attend meetings with Essex Police to discuss the problems of illegal encampments in Harlow. In an interview with BBC 5 Live, the Chief Constable…

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NOW here is an interesting story. On Saturday, a YH reporter was walking past Boots in the town centre, when we saw a young man being spoken to by a police officer. It all looked very civil. We could see that the man, who is…

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Review: Living With Luke, a play by Paul T. Davies By Catherine Johnson IT’S Saturday night and I have found myself at Burnt Mill Academy, sat in front of a full-size wrestling ring, which seems mammoth and somewhat intimidating from where I am sat in…

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POLICE were called at around 6.45pm on Saturday, January 31 with reports that a man had been taken ill following an RTC at Station Road with the junction of Jocelyns in Harlow. Officers attended and found that a black Ford Fiesta and a red Nissan…

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Update: 1900 hrs Road cleared Incident: 1830 hrs A414 Essex – A414 Hastingwood roundabout in Harlow partially blocked at the M11 J7 junction, because of an accident involving a motorcycle.

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MP MP Tom Watson held an informal discussion for local labour supporters, trade unionists and young people interested in politics at the Shark pub in Harlow. Mr Watson had spent the day door-to-door canvassing before leading the event, where he answered questions and spoke about…