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NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group has produced a guide for Harlow residents showing all the health services on offer. Chairman and Harlow GP Dr Rob Gerlis said: “We have a wide range of services available and need to keep A&E for real emergencies, especially…

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AN OLD HARLOW building company has been fined £500 for failing in their duty of care when disposing of waste materials which led to fly tipping in Thornwood Common near Epping. The magistrates also ordered the company to pay £675 towards the Council’s prosecution and…

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TRIBUTES have been left at the scene of a fatal road collision in which a Harlow man and his dog were killed. The man, who has been named locally as Andrew Wiggins of Great Brays, was killed at close to 4pm on Monday December 16th…

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MY partner Andrew and I became familiar with The Sick Children’s Trust when our baby boy William was born prematurely at just 24 weeks and 5 days. I’d had no problems throughout my pregnancy; all my check-ups had gone well and I felt fine, which…

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X-FACTOR star and all round good guy, Rylan dropped in on St Luke’s primary to star in their school nativity play. The children, aged between 7 and 10, won TalkTalk’s Shining Stars competition aimed at finding the next generation of aspiring singers, dancers and actors.…

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HARLOW residents and civic representatives gathered at the Kingsmoor Centre to pay tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela. The evening was organised by Bush Fair councillor, Daniella Pritchard. Among the guests were Harlow MP, Robert Halfon and chair of Harlow Council, Linda Pailing. Harlow…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses to come forward, who they have not yet spoken to, following a fatal road traffic collision which happened in Second Avenue, in Harlow, at around 4pm on Monday December 16. Police and ambulance paramedics had attended at the scene following…

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ST CLARE Hospice has been given a clean bill of health by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Following an unannounced inspection by the independent regulator on November 25, we achieved full marks for meeting essential standards of quality and safety in all five key areas…

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FOR YEARS, our sister paper has been following the plight of council tenants who are afflicted with damp and/or mould in their properties. We have published this blog by Mrs Lodge to illustrate the problems in one part of the county and then hopefully start…

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THIS WAS an event that made you so proud of the people that work, live and care for Harlow. On a damp Sunday morning, a procession led by Santa in his sleigh and followed by a fleet of Daniel Robinson cars, the fire service and…

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Update: 1010hrs A MAN has died following a road crash in Harlow. Police were called to Fifth Avenue at about 3am on Sunday, December 15, after a Volkswagen Golf mounted the roundabout and crashed. The driver, a 33-year-old man from the Harlow area, was declared…

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NOW the countdown to the festive season has officially begun, Essex Police is warning motorists not to even think about drink driving. Essex Police takes the issue of drink driving seriously all year round. However during December and the New Year period officers make a…

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STEWARDS AND Passmores students are being offered the opportunity to gain first-hand experience working in a laboratory testing chemicals in just one of the education and industry projects set up to help encourage young people to consider careers in the science, technology, engineering and maths…

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HARLOW-based artist Julie Johnstone has ambitious plans for a mural at Burnt Mill. In many ways the plans harness the ambition, energy and zeal that the school possesses. We had run a story a few weeks ago but we were keen to find out more…

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THE TRAVELLERS who had pitched up on Tripton Road for a week have now moved back to Old Harlow. Having been given a notice to quit by Harlow Council on Thursday, the wagons duly rolled on Thursday night. But only as far as Old Harlow…

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WITH the festive season fast approaching, students at Harlow University Centre are inviting people to a Christmas cake sale in aid of St Clare Hospice on Monday, December 16. Organiser Charlotte Castle, who is studying BA Journalism, said: “We hope that many of Harlow’s locals…