A FEW weeks ago, Harlow College journalism student, Nicola Ruston-Payne contacted us regarding work experience.
THIS piece is purely based on my observation after driving from Tumbler Road to Newhall and then onto Tesco in Church Langley.
MY next operation, which is the important one to remove the cancer, is scheduled for 1st April but only if my wonderful Oncologist surgeon and his team don’t get ill with this virus!
Dear Editor, I’ve just been down to my elderly neighbour, to reassure her that if she needs help over the coming weeks or needs food etc, I will be there to help. Let me tell you she is terrified. stop being so selfish people with your panic buying and your sod everyone else as long […]
THIS statement is simply not true and suggests that Cllr Ingall is confused between what affordable housing and social housing mean.
COUNCILLOR Mark Ingall was right to highlight ‘an act of rank hypocrisy’ in the behaviour of Harlow Conservative Councillors & ECC Councillors in his recent press release on 05/03/2020.
SEEING that Ringway Jacobs have had their contract to maintain lighting in Essex renewed perhaps they will now get on with doing their job. There is a very efficient looking website to report issues but whether it is ever used by Ringway Jacobs I find hard to believe
Harlow councillor: The Exploitation of Low Paid Workers Will Contribute to the Spread of Coronavirus
YOU can’t log onto Twitter or Facebook, or turn on the news without hearing about the spread of coronavirus.
DO you ever go to work feeling like you won’t do a good enough job when you go to work tomorrow? Do you ever go and sit an exam thinking you’ll fail even though you know all your stuff? Or something else to that extent?
MANY residents across the town will have received the Tory Party’s Harlow Sun through their door over the weekend.
SOMETIMES the adverse effects of an HMO arriving next door drives people to move away. The only likely buyers of their home are potential HMO landlords.
ONE of my favourite quotes is “You never know what someone is going through. Be kind. Always.” This quote says a thousand things in a very simple way. It tells you to be kind to each other, it tells not to judge other people and most importantly it tells you.
IMPRESS welcomes the Government’s first response to the Online Harms consultation that suggests it is minded to give Ofcom new powers to regulate user generated content on the internet.
SO what have I learnt from the two exhibitions so far, having attended on Saturday morning.
A FEW weeks ago, the Essex Schools Cross Country Championships for Year 7 and 8 students took place near Upminster.
BACK in 1974, I played for a not very good football team called Meadow Athletic. We had our medals presentation evening at Victoria Hall in Old Harlow. The MP Stan Newens came along to present the medals.
Visiting Auschwitz by Robert Halfon Auschwitz teaches us not to hate Germans This article was first written and published in 2013 ONE of the most shameful things I remember doing as a very young child, was to be rude to a German lady who was a Secretary to a physiotherapist I had to see a […]
DID you know that by setting a target, such as a marathon or bike ride, has helped a quarter (25%) of people get fitter in the past?
JUST a quick thought if you ever have the unpleasant task of dealing with Essex Police or Essex social services on child sexual exploitation issues. Hopefully, “pragmatism” will not be their watchword as it was in Manchester 15 years ago.
LIFE can be hard, we all know that. It doesn’t matter if you come from a lavish lifestyle or if you come from a poorer background, or anywhere in between, life is life and it has its ups and downs. That’s why I always tell people to smile, it’s free and it can make you feel good, as well as other people around you.
Police call for tougher penalties after police officer has leg broken after Harlow man deliberately rammed her car
BEDFORDSHIRE Police bosses have called for tougher sentences for attacks on police officers after the case of one PC was shown on a television documentary this week.
WE all know by now that fast fashion is bad for the environment as well as our wallets so the RSPCA is encouraging people to shop second hand to save the planet, help us rescue more animals and save some pennies this January.
NSPCC Fundraising Manager for Essex Sarah Laffling discusses the benefits of volunteering for the charity’s Speak Out, Stay Safe service.
I WAS interested, if not a little frustrated, to read the comments made by Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (PFCC) for Essex, on YourHarlow 6/1/20. This seems a very similar story.