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HEALTH chiefs have urged teenagers to get the covid vaccine amid a spike in cases among secondary-school aged children. Latest figures show infection rates among the 10 to 19 age group at around 1,100 per 100,000 compared to relative low figures in every other age…

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MAKIN’ Steps Performing Arts makes a return to the stage with its latest productions. Live once again, the performers present an exciting mix of Song, Dance ​and Musical TheatreShowcasing a cast of almost 100 of the school’s pupils, the show is a guaranteed high-energy treat…

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INFRATRIL, a listed global infrastructure business, has agreed to invest up to £130 million in Kao Data, the UK developer and operator of advanced data centres. Kao Data, through its facility in Harlow, is a sponsor of the Business Weekly Awards. Infratil is a New…

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A HARLOW home care company boss declares that caring is a ‘job of the future’, urging people to come onboard as she pledges to build an army of caregivers to provide support in the local community. Neena Patel of Home Instead currently has 20 vacancies…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. 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 figures; the…

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HARLOW College officially opened its new town centre Salon to the general public with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by local MP Robert Halfon. The Salon is situated on East Gate in the former Citizens Advice Bureau building. Robert, along with members of the public,…

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ESSEX Police are set to host an Open Day for Harlow Police Cadets. The event is set to take place on Saturday October 9th between 11am and 2pm at the Harlow Study Centre off Waterhouse Moor in Harlow. There will be free parking in St…

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MOTABILITY, the national disability charity, has recruited five new apprentices who will start their careers in the organisation’s Harlow office. Four in Motability’s grants enquiry team and one in the HR department. Demonstrating the charity’s continued support for the automotive industry and the local community, Motability…

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Avenue Q The Victoria Hall Theatre, Old Harlow, Essex, CM17 0EDWed 13th October 2021 – Sat 16th October 2021 EHOS are delighted to present Avenue Q! WINNER of the Tony Awards ‘Triple Crown’ for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book, AVENUE Q is part…

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CONSERVATIVE councillor Andrew Johnson has this morning announced his resignation as Leader of Harlow Council. He made the following statement: “I have been hugely honoured and privileged to be able to play my part in helping our community for nearly a quarter of a century,…

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ENDORSED by Radio 1 breakfast DJ during the Eighties, Mike Read, as being “like Live Aid meets Top of the Pops” – 80’s MANIA is sweeping into town. From West End producer, director, performer and choreographer Vikki Holland-Bowyer, and partner Greg Stevenson, the hit-packed production…

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THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust regularly failed to meet a key cancer waiting time target during a period stretching over two years, figures show. Data revealed the target, making sure the majority of patients sent for urgent cancer investigations are seen within two months,…

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New leadership team focuses on issues which matter most to residents. THE progress made by Essex County Council’s new cabinet towards meeting the authority’s key aims during its first 100 days in office is being celebrated.  Following elections in May, council leader Cllr Kevin Bentley…

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NO time to die..t? Of course you have. Make an appointment with Donna Boon who is one of your local Slimming World consultants. Did you know all the Harlow groups are open with new learning sessions included too. Do you want to know more about…

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TRIALS of body worn cameras are to take place at two separate crossing patrol sites in Clacton-on-Sea and Basildon. For a period of 4 weeks from Monday 4th October, School Crossing Patrol Officers at sites in Cloes Lane, Clacton-on-Sea and Whitmore Way, Basildon, will wear…

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Southern League Central Division Harlow Town 1 v 1 St Neots TWO points dropped or a point saved? It’s a difficult one as Harlow and St Neots battled hard for honours that were eventually shared on Saturday afternoon. In driving rain and blowing a gale,…