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Train stations across the country are set to see some big changes in design, with new safety measures in a bid to cut rail suicides. The new measures will include extra fencing, the removal of seats from the ends of platforms and intelligent’trespass bollards’ where…

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POLICE in Harlow want to speak to a number of people captured on CCTV following thefts at the M&S Simply food store within the BP garage on Southern Way in the town last month. Among the suspects, is a man who made off from the…

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ALL ACROSS town, all during the week, the sight of slightly over-sized uniforms have been seen scuttling down the streets as they head towards their new school. But today has been a special day for those going into their reception year. For some it is…

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HARLOW Council has a collection box for used postage stamps in its reception at the Civic Centre in Harlow on behalf of St Clare Hospice. The charity, which was set up in 1990 and provides palliative care at its hospice in Hastingwood, is looking for…

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A new Essex wide competition hope to encourage residents to photograph local landmarks. The “Walls and Gardens” photography competition, which is jointly funded by Essex County Council is free to enter and open to amateur photographers at all levels. The competition runs from now until…

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FOLLOWING a season in London’s West End, The Playhouse will host a one-off performance of the critically acclaimed Instict for Kindness. Written and preformed by Chris Larner the show tells the story of his 2010 trip Switzerland, to the infamous Dignitas clinic with his chronically…

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CHARITY FUNDRAISER, Sam Snelling is the man who cannot stop giving back to the hospital that saved his son’s life. Sam Snelling (30), of Victoria Gate, Harlow, organized a charity curry night at the Garden of India in Bush Fair as part of his fund-raising…

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WHEN WE turned up on Sunday afternoon, the sun was beating down on the audience and artists alike. The organisers must have breathed a sigh of relief as just twenty-four hours before, the heavens opened on those who had gathered in the park. But it…

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FOLLOWING on the from their Valentine themed night earlier in the year, The Square’s house band played a variety of classic songs from the movies of Quentin Tarantino on Sunday night. The band dressed as characters from the cult films covered hits from Pulp Fiction…

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A Blogpost by Nishall Garala “Hi readers, this is my first blog so let me start by introducing myself. I have been a youth councillor for five years, I’m an ambitious seventeen year old, who organises and partakes in many activities, both in and around…

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COMMUNITY groups in Harlow which run projects or initiatives in their local area are being reminded to take up the opportunity to apply for small grant funding before the end of the month. The Community Initiatives Fund small grants scheme, funded by Essex County Council…

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THE Dusty Miller pub on Burnt Mill Lane will be hosting The Dusty Proms this coming Bank Holiday Monday. The event kicks off in the beer garden at 5:00pm with the Harlow Brass Band playing traditional brass band music alongside contemporary pop pieces. The entertainment…

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AVA McCarthy is one helluva girl. At just the tender age of two years old she’s leading a quest to fight childhood cancer. TWO-year old Ava has Stage 3 Wilms Tumour with complications. The cells found in Avas tumour don’t represent a normal Wilms. Ava…

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IF THERE is one thing YH has learned in six weeks, it is that the Harlow Rock School is a hive of activity. This week they have released a video. It is part of a challenge to find an anthem for the Jack Petchey Foundation

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IT SAYS a lot about a College that the students go at great length on camera to pay tribute to their tutors and the help they gave them. Interim principal, Dr Elaine MacMahon, head of sixth form, Louise Turner were joined by dozens of staff…

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ON Wednesday 14th August GO Outdoors on Howard Way on Edinburgh Way in Harlow is hosting its first-ever inspiration and advice event for local walkers considering charity walking challenges this Summer. The free event – called the Basecamp – will offer an overview of the…