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A CASH reward of £1,000 is being offered for information that results in the conviction of those responsible for thefts of cables in Roothing, Epping and Harlow. The independent charity Crimestoppers and Openreach, the UK’s phone and broadband network, are appealing for information after the…

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A NEW chief executive taking up post at an ambulance service with high levels of sexual harassment said “poor behaviour must be brought to an end”. Tom Abell was hired by East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) in May, soon after it went into a…

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ON behalf of Attwaters Jameson Hill posted in Employment Law on Tuesday, July 27th, 2021 According to charity Rights of Women, 44% of callers to their sexual harassment helpline reported that they had been sexually assaulted in their place of work. In a survey of callers to…

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WITH just over a week until the start of the league campaign, Danny Chapman has made a number of signings as he finalises his squad. Two Southend United third year scholars, Demaray Anyadike and Ergis Shala, have joined the Hawks on a season-long work experience…

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REMEMBRANCE has been a key part of life at Stewards Academy for many years. Our links with the veterans have provided many wonderful occasions where the younger generations have been able to learn about their experiences and lives. As well as a display on our…

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HARLOW Council has issued an enforcement notice after developers working on a controversial development near houses in Katherines breached regulations. Harlow Council has also detailed the planning groupie the application has gone through over the last four years. This comes as residents have bitterly complained…

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THE council recognises that residents are disappointed that the Town Park paddling pool remains closed. Repair work is continuing on site and the revised target opening date for the pool is the 13th of August. This is not where the council wanted to be and all…

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A NUMBER of Harlow runners took part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday. Over 14,000 runners took part in an event that was first scheduled for March 2020. Many of the runners did the 13.1 mile race for charity. Our editor Michael Casey…

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FEARS have been growing many thousands of people could be made redundant as the furlough scheme gradually phases out reports The Evening Standard. From Sunday, employers will have to contribute 20 per cent towards the wages of furloughed staff which rises from 10 per cent. However,…

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A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a car crashed into a front garden before landing on its roof reports the Clacton Gazette. Essex Police were called to reports of a serious smash in St John’s Road, Clacton, shortly after 9.45pm,…

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LATIN will be taught in more state schools as part of a new government scheme to end the “elitist” perception of the subject. Classicist Mary Beard has hailed the move, which will see £4m in funding for the Latin Excellency Programme (LEP) before a review…

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WITH release from lockdown now passed, we will do the Covid-19 report a few times a week. 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 Alexandra Hospital…

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ESSEX Police have sealed off an area near Second Avenue in Harlow. The area in question is a path between Second Avenue (near Harlow Leisurezone ) and Greenhills. An Essex Police spokesperson said: “We were called around 4.36am today, Saturday 31 July, with concerns for…

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A HARLOW College student has won the prestigious Royal Opera House Design Challenge – a first for the College! Taylor Cable, 19 from Stansted, a recent graduate from the Level 3 Art & Design course, saw his stunning costume design win first prize in the…

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IT was a so-so week for the number of vaccinations issued in Harlow. There were 1,245 issued. Last week there was 2,682 and the week before that there was just 866. Most weeks, the number of vaccines issued has been anywhere between 3 and 4,000.…

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HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has continued his offer of support to residents who have been impacted by the devastating flooding over the weekend.  Mr Halfon has been in contact with a number of residents across the town who have been affected. He had been in…