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ALL new road-building projects in Wales are being frozen while the Welsh government conducts a review. It means plans for the Deeside “Red Route”, the Llandeilo bypass, and a third Anglesey crossing will be put on hold reports the BBC. Ministers want to shift money from new…

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SEVENTY-FIVE incredible young people from schools and colleges in Harlow received their prestigious Jack Petchey Foundation Achievement Awards presented at a live digital event last night. The digital event celebrated Achievement Award winners aged 11-25 from Harlow for their contributions to their school/college community. Winners…

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ESSEX Police is investigating an attempted burglary that took place on Sunday 13th June at about 0400hrs. Two males were seen trying a door handle on an address within the area of Rushton Grove in Church Langley, #Harlow. They have a CCTV image of the…

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WITH questions hanging over the release from lockdown restrictions, we have decided to bring back our daily Covid-19 report. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. The report covers UK figures; Princess…

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PEREGRINE Livefoods, Europe’s largest specialist wholesaler of reptile products, has officially made the final payment towards becoming a fully independent employee-owned trust reports Pet Business World The latest development comes as founders and co-owners Tim Green and David Perry conclude their four-year exit plan. The…

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PUPILS are to be regularly weighed in primary schools in England for the first time in 18 months from this September amid fears the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the UK’s child obesity problem reports the Independent. The measurements, designed to alert parents that their children are at risk of…

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ENGLAND Football has launched two new courses – the Safeguarding Children Course and the Introduction to First Aid in Football Course – which are now available to complete online. The safeguarding course is suitable for anyone working with young people in football, while the Introduction…

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PRIME Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure to abandon planning reforms after Conservatives at national and local level blamed them for the party’s shock defeat in the Chesham and Amersham by-election. Liberal Democrat candidate Sarah Green overturned a 16,000 Conservative majority to win the seat…

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LOCAL residents are submitting their objections to a proposed four lane highway that would cut across the River Stort in Harlow. As we have already reported the crossing would run from Pye Corner in Gilston across to Edinburgh Way in Harlow. As it also cuts…

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ESSEX County Council, working in partnership with the NHS, has launched a new website to help people find a suitable care home for themselves or a loved one. The new website is www.essexcaresearch.org Essex Care Search can be used to find residential, nursing, dementia or respite…

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Dear Editor, THIS week saw the publication of The Climate Change Committee Report on the UKs readiness and current response. In short we’re pretty rubbish. Harlow is under immediate threat vis the Gilston estate development, yes people need homes but what’s important is the nature…

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ESSEX Book Festival has joined forces with three of the county’s museums on an exciting new writing project : Re:writing the Archive. Join UK based Agnieszka Dale as she explores the Outsiders expereince using objects from Harlow Museums collection  This event will be online via…

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A VIOLENT thug from Harlow has been jailed for three years after a teenager was stabbed in Harlow Town Centre. An 18 year-old man was found injured outside Paddas Newsagents in Eastgate at around 5.10pm on Sunday 3 May having been assaulted in Post Office…

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PEOPLE aged 18 and over will be invited to book their Covid vaccines from tomorrow as the final adult age range is called up reports the Mirror Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed that all remaining adults in England will be able to book their jabs…

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Dear Editor, I’VE noticed that recently a lot of environmentalists, some  concerned Harlow residents and a few local politicians are wringing their hands and shouting loudly about the proposed new crossing of the River Stort which is all part of the new junction 7a work…