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REFUSE workers and the public in Harlow are being put at risk by a slew of safety failures at Veolia’s Mead Park depot, claims union UNISON. Union health and safety reps uncovered a litany of breaches during an inspection on Thursday, including faulty emergency stops…

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ST Mark’s West Essex Catholic School celebrated another successful year of GCSE results with some exceptional performances across the board. Despite all the difficulties and uncertainties of the past two years, students taking the first public examinations since 2019 have acquitted themselves well. Headteacher Elaine…

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A WOMAN who stabbed her husband at their home in Harlow is facing a life sentence after being convicted of his murder. Rebecca Searing called the ambulance service at 2.12am on 12 February this year reporting she had stabbed her husband – Paul – twice.…

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STUDENTS who took a chance on a new school amidst the pandemic have seen their decision pay-off as they collect top GCSE grades. BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, provides a bespoke education for students in Year 10 onwards. It means students switch from their traditional…

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ADULT education provider, ACL Essex, celebrated its Access to Higher Education learners on A Level results day, with one learner achieving 45 Access credits at distinction level, which is equivalent to three A grades at A Level. The Access course supports Essex residents who have…

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FA Cup Preliminary Round: Harlow Town 1 v 1 Brentwood Town Harlow win 4-2 on penalties Report courtesy of Harlow Town IT only took the three attempts, but Harlow finally progressed past Brentwood Town in the FA Cup after defeating the Blues in the Preliminary…

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SOME of the poorest pensioners in the county will receive almost £1.5 million in food vouchers after initial plans to deliver help through districts were found to not be working reports the Local Democracy Service. Instead the county council is increasing its support through its…

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TWO Labour councillors took to the picket line to support striking rail workers. Mark Hall councillor Lanie Shears and Bush Fair councillor Kay Morrison went to Bishops Stortford railway station to join other campaigners as rail workers continue to fight over a pay deal. Cllr…

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FIRE CREWS worked quickly to stop a fire from spreading in Harlow during the early hours of this morning.  Crews were called to Templefields House, River Way at just after midnight, to reports of one first floor flat on fire and smoke in the two-storey…

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THE resilience of sixth formers who finished their schooling during the height of the pandemic is today being celebrated. As Year 13 students collected their A-level results from BMAT STEM Academy, in Harlow, education leaders praised their hard work and determination. The cohort of students…

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Update: Having worked with local partners including social services, no offences have been identified and the young boy has been reunited with his family. Update: Parents have been located ESSEX Police urgently want to locate the parents of a young boy who was seen walking…

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SIR Keir Starmer has said families would “not pay a penny more” on their energy bills this winter under Labour’s plans to tackle rising living costs reports the BBC. The Labour leader claimed his proposals would save the average household £1,000 a year. The package…

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HE may have only had 5.2 overs to bat today in the First XI victory at Redbridge, such was the meagre total of 50 required for the win, but during the course of his 28 not out Ben Yeats became only the fourth player in…

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ON Monday, officers from the Harlow Police Town Centre Team performed a stop search on a juvenile male. After trying to escape he was stopped and two knives were found on him as well as drugs. The male was arrested and charged.

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HMOs, or Houses in Multiple Occupation, are properties consisting of at least three people who are not from one household (ie a family) and share facilities, such as a central living space or kitchen. HMO landlords identify a flight to quality as a trend characterising…

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