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Developers Places for People are inviting members of the community across Harlow and East Hertfordshire, to learn more about their proposals to build up to 10,000 new homes in the area and to listen to their views. Places for people hope to share their proposals…

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THIS Saturday, Harlow charity ‘Upwards with Downs’ are hosting a fun day to raise money for their support group for children with Downs Syndrome. The day will be held at The Queens Head Inn, located in Old Harlow with activities from Owl Handling to Face…

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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced £5.7m extra funding for Princess Alexandra Hospital ensuring it will be ready for any additional demand on services that might occur this winter. The extra funds, in addition to £470,000 in funding for St Clare Hospice, should ensure it…

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ESSEX POLICE paid more than £10,000 in the past year, so that staff can listen to music. Whilst many believe that they spend every breathe you take, fighting crime, others have wondered why there is a need, in difficult times, to pay out for music.…

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The Bushfair Neighbourhood Action Panel met this Tuesday, Nishall Garala sent us this update: Anti-social behaviour with a moped in Waterhouse Moor has been reported by a resident, as it is currently getting better, residents will continue to monitor the problem. PC Rob Hance will…

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A new exhibition by Gatehouse Arts artists Jane Burnett, Rob Davies, Rib Jones, Kien Vong and Duncan Smith, opens today at the Westgate Gallery in the town centre. The exhibition showcases personal pieces of installation work by the artists and runs until 28th September. The…

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BUILDING  work  is  to begin next  Monday on the first phase of a £10m scheme to add a new leisure complex to the existing Harvey Shopping Centre. The work on phase one will concentrate on the first-floor of the centre, where a number of units have…

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  Every second Wednesday, The Square hosts its fortnightly open mic night. Run by resident eccentric Love Hobbs, it’s an open mic with a difference where anyone can go along and have their 15 minutes of fame, ‘What’s different about the Square’s Open Mic is…

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Holly Reijs AT around five to eleven on Friday night, Rock ‘n’ Rollers; The Lady Killers took the to the stage at The Square in Harlow in all their glory. The applause they received as soon as they interacted with the audience was outstanding; I’ve…

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FOLLOWING on from the arrest of a 28 year old man in connection with last months suspected arson attack at Harlow Islamic centre, three further arrests have been made. Two 16 year olds and a 17 year old all from Harlow, have been arrested on…

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YOUR HARLOW met with Harlow based Essex Ghostbuster Ricky Westall to discuss what it means to be a Ghostbuster in Harlow today, and how he hopes to tackle cancer, as well as the supernatural, by walking eight miles in full Ghostbuster get up. Tell me…

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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…