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HARLOW Council has apologised and paid £150 to a local businesswoman over how it handled allegations of racism towards her by an officer reports the Local Democracy Reporting Service. According to the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman, the woman, who had been refused the…

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AN experienced Barista is wanted to work in a busy cafe/bistro. The Master Barista is in The Water Gardens. Cafe Belle Vie is opposite the Harlow Railway Station Full time job, salary is depending on the experience. Team player. Coffee lover. Working in a busy…

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FOUR million customers are yet to submit their completed Self Assessment tax return and pay any tax owed ahead of the deadline on 31 January, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has warned. More than 12.2 million customers are expected to complete a tax return for…

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TESTING rules should become a thing of the past for fully-vaccinated travellers, according to findings of a study today published by Manchester Airports Group (MAG) and Airlines UK. The research – conducted by specialist consultants Oxera and Edge Health – provides the evidence to support…

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HARLOW’S hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses affected by recent rising cases of Omicron can now apply for financial support from Harlow Council. The council has received over £516,000 in government funding to pay one-off grants of up to £6,000 to hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses. This cash…

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WHATEVER the merits or de-merits of the Levelling-Up plans for Harlow announced on Friday, YH had never seen so many Essex County councillors in the town. But it was also an event that managed to get so many key stakeholders in the room. Not only…

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HARLOW District Council are pleased to announce we have partnered with the South East Business Boost to offer Harlow Retail businesses the opportunity of 12 hours of FREE business support, with the emphasis on Digital Marketing. With the aim of enabling retail businesses to become…

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THE cost of living rose at its fastest pace in nearly 30 years in the 12 months to December, driven mainly by higher food and energy bills reports the BBC. The UK’s Consumer Prices Index measure of inflation rose to 5.4% from 5.1% in November,…

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AVERAGE pay rises are failing to keep up with the rise in the cost of living, the latest official statistics show reports the BBC. While wages rose in the year to November, they did not rise as fast as prices over the same period. This…

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MANCHESTER Airports Group (MAG) today said it is confident of a strong recovery in 2022 after Omicron restrictions on travel were removed last week. Before temporary restrictions were introduced in November and December, MAG airports were seeing a stronger recovery than other UK airports. According…

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THE dedicated team at the Willow pub in Harlow organised a day of fun to support The Princess Alexandra Hospital Charity, raising over £800. The Rock’In Rainbow event, held on the 25 September, featured a mixture of live pop, rock, and indie music from local…

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NEXT has cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff who must self-isolate because of Covid exposure and in some cases for workers who test positive, the BBC has learned.  Following a similar move by Ikea, the retailer acknowledged it was an “emotive topic” but said it…

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AMAZON has pledged to curb HGV lorries using a quiet side road in Harlow after a lorry reversed into a fence. Just before Christmas, a resident in Peldon Road awoke to find his fence had been substantially damaged. The residents had become increasingly concerned by…

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HARLOW Business Forum to have first meeting of the year. Full details below.

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REDCHURCH Brewery is set to host Dry Fanuary. For more details, click below. https://redchurch.beer/collections/brewery-bar-tap-room-events

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RETAIL trade union Usdaw has achieved at least £10 per hour basic rate for Sainsbury’s and Argos shopworkers in a ground-breaking pay deal. The offer is another step forward for the union’s New Deal for Workers campaign. Dave Gill – Usdaw National Officer says: “For some…