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THE number of people diagnosed with cancer after a visit to A&E has rocketed – illuminating the “devastating” impact Covid-19 has had on cancer survival in Essex. With new data showing for the first time that those who have been diagnosed are more likely to…

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THE UK is marking one year since the first coronavirus lockdown was announced. On 23 March 2020 Boris Johnson outlined measures to stop the spread of Covid-19. Since then, the UK’s official death toll has risen from 364 to 126,172.  With the lockdown have come tough restrictions on…

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A HARLOW woman has pleaded guilty to driving on two occasions, in less than two weeks, under the influence of cocaine. Louise Wernham, aged 44, of Stackfield, Harlow pleaded guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following. On May 28th, 2020 at Harlow drove a…

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THIS is our daily Covid report for Harlow. This includes the figures for Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). The table of 315 local authorities in England and the breakdown of cases for eleven areas of Harlow. Finally, we also have the weekly number of people vaccinated…

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A MEETING is set to be held to discuss the re-opening of Mark Hall Sports Centre. The zoom meeting will be hosted by Harlow MP Robert Halfon. It will begin at 5pm on Thursday March 25th. The meeting will be centred on BMAT’s vision for…

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FOLLOWING the launch of its public consultation on Tuesday, the Essex Climate Action Commission is inviting the county’s residents to give their views on a selection of recommendations the Commission has developed. Since its inception in May, the Commission has been developing its recommendations for…

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A TEENAGE boy has been sent to a youth detention centre after pleading guilty to stabbing a taxi driver in Harlow. The sixteen-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons pleaded guilty to the following at Chelmsford Magistrates court. On January 9th at Harlow,…

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AT Stewards Academy we are proud to announce the signing of no less than three talented footballers! The three boys, who all belong to the same tutor group, have been lifelong friends, and are now well on the way to achieving their dreams.  Caleb Ansen…

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LOOK at this for a success story! Harlow Slimming World member Danielle shares her story! Danielle said: “I can’t quite believe i’m posting this, and it’s been a long time coming (after being postponed for a year due to Covid) but back in October 2019…

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A HARLOW cyclist is taking on the challenge of Lands End to John O’ Groats in order to raise awareness and funds for a charity that claimed her beloved sister. Linda Courtney said: “As I’m sure most of you know, my youngest sister (Davina May)…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after two young boys were robbed of their bicycles at knifepoint. The teenagers were on their bikes in Nicholls Field, Harlow at just before 4pm on Saturday 20 March when they were approached by the two suspects who threatened them…

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A MAN who is campaigning against the Government’s plan to require voter ID at polling stations has been given permission to take his legal claim to the Supreme Court.  Neil Coughlan, 67, of Witham, Essex, argues that voter ID pilot schemes run in 10 local…

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CALL TO ARMS FROM OUR HARLOW RUGBY FAMILY From the President of Harlow Rugby Club: Alan Price HARLOW Rugby Club has never stepped away from a challenge, both on and off the field. However, today we find ourselves faced with the biggest challenge in our…

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EVERY day the Government sells the addresses of 23,000 drivers to private parking companies so they can send them a £100 bill for breaking their rules. And it is a bill, not a fine, because these companies have no right to fine anyone for parking…

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CONCERNS have been raised regarding youths constantly breaking into the derelict Harlow Odeon. The building on West Gate in Harlow has been derelict for many years. It has been closed since August 2005. Local residents are regulars spotting youths entering the building. These photographs were…

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IT IS a rare thing to see Bob Dylan quoted in a planning meeting but he was on Wednesday as approval was granted for an on-line facility at Sainsbury’s in Harlow. The plans were approved despite objections from a number of sources. Cllr Mike Danvers…