A HOTEL room, a chambermaid and a dead woman. It’s not what it looks like, really, it’s not. It was self-defence… and anyway the woman was asking for it.
THE Harvey Centre celebrated Chinese New Year on Sunday 26th January, with a traditional Chinese lion dance through the centre. The dance, which took place in partnership with Kung Fu, was performed from 1pm to a busy shopping centre.
CHAIRMAN of the Harlow and Gilston Garden Town board, Guy Nicholson, said: “This £580,000 extra investment from the Government will help the Garden Town Council partners realise a new chapter in the history of Harlow.
JOEL is found by his birth mum and sister. He’s only eighteen and scared. Identity means a lot, particularly to a teenager. His life is about to change forever. Until now he’s just known Mum, Dad and his sister.
A HARLOW man has pleaded guilty to stealing from the staff room at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
EVERY 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road and each of these tragedies is preventable.
AFTER the Rugby World Cup final break, Harlow got off to a flying start at Latton Park.
OWEN Lambert (14) from Harlow Judo Club, made the long journey to Cardiff to represent the Club in the Welsh Open Cadets Championships. The event was spread over 2 days and 4 mats, with Cadet Boys and Pre-cadet Girls on the first day followed by Cadet Girls and Pre-cadet Boys on the second.
ORGANISATIONS and groups who support the socially isolated and lonely were this week allocated free Christmas Cruises after Harlow based canal boat charity, CanalAbility, were awarded funding through a grant from Harlow Council.
JOIN in the frighteningly fun Halloween spooktacular at the Audley End Miniature Railway!
Travel Alert: Long delays on M11 near Harlow
TROUBLED Aspire Academy has failed to open for tis first day of the new school year.
THIS new item is dedicated to Mr Bill Arthy, Anthony Casey and to all the men and women with a connection to Harlow who served in World War Two. ============= Eighty years ago today. September 3rd, 1939 Britain and France declare war on Germany Britain and France are at war with Germany following the invasion […]
Harlow CC Vice Presidents Day at Canons Brook Golf Club. Full details on poster.
THE Bug Hotel at Parndon Wood Nature Reserve, which has been built by Harlow Council’s Wildspace Assistant Lenny Collins and local wildspace volunteers, provides shelter for insects and animals to nest and stay.
A NUMBER of free hands-on sessions for children and families centred around science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) are being held in the town starting next week.
ASTHMA UK says that more than 1,400 adults and children died from asthma attacks in 2018 – 2.5 people out of every 100,000, so respiratory nurses at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) are keen to help people living with asthma manage the condition.
THIS is a review of a play being performed at the Edinburgh Festival by Shakes4Breaks which stars former Harlow resident, Roseanna Connolly.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has pledged to take action over the decision to not jail a man who sexually assaulted a female police officer.
THE short life of Lee Lewis as read ou thy Burnt Mill Academy student Lucy.
LIBRARY users from across Essex have instructed leading law firm Watkins and Gunn to give legal advice for a potential legal challenge against Essex County Council. Campaigners believe that the revised library strategy which sees Essex County Council asking volunteers to house and run libraries sees the Council failing in its statutory duty to provide a library service.
PARENTS have accused Essex County Council of hiding information which would reveal how reliant families are on respite care.
FOR just one pound, people can be in with a chance of winning £3,000 in cash. There are other prizes to win, including a second prize of £1,000, a third prize of £500 and ten runner-up prizes of £50!
Demolition underway at Harlow site where Public Health England is creating £450 million public health science campus and HQ
THE Harlow site where Public Health England is building its new £450 million public health science campus and headquarters has been dramatically transformed by the demolition work now underway.