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The Harvey Centre and its Tenants Win Big at the Harlow Town Centre Awards THE Harvey Centre enjoyed a spectacular night at this year’s Harlow Town Centre Awards, after being crowned Best Environmentally Friendly Business in Harlow. The awards are particularly special because they are…

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Rob Halfon calls for seizure of Thomas Cook bosses’ assets following Harlow job losses ON WEDNESDAY, Rob Halfon, MP for Harlow, called on the Government to seize the assets of the Thomas Cook directors following the company’s collapse, in an urgent statement in the House…

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GRAHAM Ellis Associates are celebrating forty years as one of the regions top chartered surveyors. They are marking the event with a charity lunch in Hatfield Heath on Thursday afternoon. The lunch will be in aid of St Clare Hospice. Over the past thirty eight…

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ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has called today for a formal inquiry into the collapse of the UK’s oldest travel group – Thomas Cook – and special measures to be put in place to support the thousands of employees who have been left without a…

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THE Government’s flagship Help to Buy scheme is not making homes more affordable in general or helping address other pressing problems in the housing sector, according to a new report. Overall some 60% of buyers who have used it didn’t need the financial help anyway…

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THOMAS Cook has collapsed after last-minute negotiations aimed at saving the 178-year-old holiday firm failed. The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said the tour operator had “ceased trading with immediate effect”. Thomas Cook have a shop in the Harvey Centre in Harlow. There may well…

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UK-based Kao Data has promoted COO Paul Finch to be interim CEO, replacing Jan Daan Luycks, who is returning home to the Netherlands after three years. The Kao Data campus, in Harlow, is a £230 million development that will support a load of over 35MW,…

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Macfarlane has opened a brand-new distribution space at Templefields industrial area in Harlow. THE distribution centre offers Macfarlane’s full range of protective packaging products, supported by a fleet of delivery trucks providing a next day and same-day delivery service. There is also a counter for…

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BUSINESSES and industries across Harlow are being encouraged to get involved in the county’s biggest ever public celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) in 2020. ‘Essex 2020 – a Year of Science and Creativity’, an initiative of Essex Partners, was launched to…

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THE European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) has signed a contract with colocation datacentre provider Kao Data to store its biological data reports lab news.co.uk. Cambridgeshire-based EMBL-EBI is part of European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Europe’s flagship laboratory for life sciences. The deal with Harlow-based Kao Data will…

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Greater Anglia introduces live car park info for smoother journeys TRAIN operator, Greater Anglia, has introduced live occupancy information at some rail station car parks to help people with their journeys. At 14 stations customers can now view current availability at the car park ahead…

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THE FUNERAL of former Harlow Council Entertainments Officer, Dick Kilburn takes place today (Wednesday). A generation of Harlow residents have much to thank Dick for as he was one of the main architects behind the concerts that played in the town park in the seventies…

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WHILST we are at Robert Halfon’s Jobs Fair on Friday at the Harlow Leisurezone, we spoke to the Director of Communications at Public Health England (PHE) Michael Beard in order to get an update on the work being done at their site at The Pinnacles…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon hosted his eighth jobs fair on Friday at the Harlow Leisurezone. They described it as their busiest ever. Certainly, from the moment the doors opened, people flocked in to see a variety of stalls that were offering a variety of job…

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IT DOES not seem to be getting any better for Prentice Place shopkeepers. The completion date for repairs has been moved and moved and moved. What once was June is now November. Having said that, shopkeepers now believe it could be December. To add insult…

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Gratnells Maker family featured in UK’s first Mega Maker Lab London GRATNELLS, best known for Britain’s most widely used range of storage systems and iconic trays, has sponsored a major Maker event in London. The Institute of Imagination, a charity that helps create spaces for…