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THE QUASAR Centre in Harlow has just added conference rooms to its fantastic offers at its base next to Harlow library. Background Starting in 2007 with the popular Quasar Laser Tag Centres, the company sold laser tag systems wholesale until the present owners purchased the…

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FRONTLINE NHS England staff will have to be fully vaccinated against Covid, the government is expected to announce later. A deadline will be set for next spring to give unvaccinated staff time to get both doses, Whitehall sources told the BBC. About 110,000 of more…

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CONGRATULATIONS and thanks to the 22 teams who took part in this week’s football qualifiers at Mark Hall Academy, Passmores Academy and Stewards Academy. A huge thanks to the staff of the secondary schools for supporting the three events; the primary schools had a great…

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A LEADING Labour councillor has thanked a Harlow family for their work supporting the environment. Councillor Tony Durcan made the comments at Thursday night’s Cabinet meeting. The item on the agenda related to eco-diversity and tree planting. Cllr Durcan said: “Special thanks should go to…

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THIS may not sound like the funkiest item on a council meeting agenda but it may well be laying the foundations for more money to come into the town. The portfolio holders for strategic growth, cllr Mike Hardware made the presentation at cabinet on Thursday…

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OVER the years YH has showcased the singing ability of the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) choir. Due to Covid, we have not seen them perform in over two years. So it was a pleasure to see them at the Harlow Civic Service on Sunday morning.…

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Southern League Central Divison Kidlington 0 v 0 Harlow Town HARLOW Town carved out another important away point on Saturday afternoon in Oxfordshire. They were hampered by defender Fabio Simms being sent off. A goal-less draw may not look pretty but it is all part…

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Harlow Playhouse: Friday November 5th, 2021 HARLOW Amateur Theatre Society had not long been set up when Covid came along. You could tell that the company was determined to get back on the stage but we wondered what the reaction from the cast was when…

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ONE of Harlow’s most talented singer-songwriters is set to play at the Harvey Centre on Saturday evening. Roisin Quinn will be playing with a full band at Phoenix Live. For more details, see below. https://www.facebook.com/liveatphoenix https://www.youtube.com/embed/SalF2jjT89k

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NOW and again, we like to showcase the successes at Harlow Slimming World. Donna Boon runs the groups that are based at Harlow Rugby Club, One of Donna’s group is Nick. Nick said: “I woke up one morning after always feeling unhappy in myself in…

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A HARLOW resident has pleaded guilty to downloading over 87,000 images of child abuse. Peter Summers, aged 59, of Longbanks, Harlow made the plea to the following at Chelmsford magistrates court. On or before June 4th, 2019 at Harlow made an indecent photograph, namely 1…

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THE number of vaccinations issued in Harlow has fallen to its lowest weekly figure since the system started in January. This week, 326 vaccines were issued, compared to 742 the week before and 396 the week before that. That brings a total of 117,663. Once…

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BOTH East Hertfordshire and Harlow District Councils have confirmed their Development Management Committee (DMC) meeting dates to hear the applications for the current Central Stort Crossing and the proposed new Eastern Stort Crossing. The River Stort Crossing plans have been submitted by the applicant, Places…

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A HARLOW woman has been charged with two assaults and two counts of criminal damage. Tamasin Mallia, aged 43, of Canons Gate, Harlow has been charged with the following. On July 21st, 2021 assaulted a male by beating him. On July 21st, 2021 assaulted a…

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EDUCATION Select Committee Chair, Robert Halfon will today (Wednesday 3 November) introduce a new Ten Minute Rule Bill to protect millions of pupils and students from ‘the disaster’ of future school shutdowns. The Bill, brought before the House of Commons with the support of the…