TWO women are blazing a trail at London Stansted after becoming the first female firefighters to join the ranks of the airport’s fire and rescue service.
Businesses warned food prices may rise and jobs affected after chancellor vows to end alignment with EU rules after Brexit.
BUSINESSES have warned that food prices may rise and jobs may be affected after the chancellor vowed to end alignment with EU rules after Brexit.
EVERY year, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) receives some imaginative excuses and expense claims following the 31 January Self Assessment deadline.
SPORTS equipment store, Decathlon has explains why they have decided to close their store in Harlow.
THE HARLOW District Chamber of Commerce have three key speakers at their annual “what’s happening in Harlow” meeting.
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has called for answers from national sports retailer, Decathlon, following news of their decision to close the Harlow branch, located on Edinburgh Way.
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THE shop based at the Queensgate Centre off Edinburgh in Harlow has been opened for over five years but a statement issued on social media announced that it will be closing at the end of March.
THIS is the month of “new year, new me” but if you want to be in good hands all year round then may we introduce you to Body Fresh Fitness, a new gym in the grounds of Harlow Rugby Club.
A RESDIENTIAL property management company has secured a £8.5m funding line from Santander Corporate & Commercial.
LONDON Stansted Airport has outlined its plans to invest £35 million over the next eight years to help ensure that Uttlesford remains one of the best places in the UK to live, work and do business.
A HARLOW construction company based in Harlow has pledged thousands to West Essex and East Herts charity St Clare Hospice for the 5th year in a row.
RETAIL sales fell for the first time in 25 years last year, according to the leading UK retail industry body reports the BBC.
THOUSANDS of Greggs staff are set to get a £300 one-off payment after a “phenomenal year”, the firm said.
A POPULAR shop in the Harvey Centre is set to close.
THE most affordable commuter towns for workers heading into London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh have been revealed by a property website.
MAJOR upgrades have been carried out on the Anglia region’s rail network to help improve services for passengers and freight services.
THE company that ran the food mall at Intu Lakeside’s new Plaza leisure extension have broken their silence about the circumstances which saw the venue unexpectedly closed on 19 December reports Thurrock Nub News.
MORE than 11 million 2018/19 tax returns are due back with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) by the end of January. Around 54% of taxpayers have already filed their returns with more than 5.6 million of those completed online (89% of the total returns filed).
OFTEN branded as ‘clutter’ and ‘distasteful’, sales and lettings boards have been a staple feature on UK streets for decades. But as an increasing number of councils around the UK consider banning them, what should estate agents use to fill the gap?
BEFORE Christmas, we went up to the Paringdon Sports Club to see the Under-11 team train.
EARLIER this month, it was small business Saturday across the country. Harlow was no exception with a Makers Market in the middle of the town.
YOU may have been enjoying a Bailey’s or two over the festive period but did you know that it was “invented” in Harlow.
BUSINESS confidence in the East of England is low, with more businesses worrying about late payments than at any time in the past six years, figures published today by chartered accountancy body ICAEW have shown.