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SOMETIMES, there are statistics that give you such a shock that you have to ask someone to read it again. That is what Harlow councillor Stefan Mullard (Lab) did at a recent scrutiny meeting. The meeting included a presentation by two senior police officers who…

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KIM Kaye, director of Nosey Barker dog training school and her team have been short-listed for an Animal Star Award for Best Trainer/Behaviourist of the Year. Nosey Barker serves Harlow and the surrounding areas and, after giving away their brand-new online course, Wonder Walks, to…

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Update. Daniel has been found. ESSEX Police are concerned for the welfare of Daniel Williams, who is missing from his home in Harlow. Daniel, 60, was reported missing at about 5.45pm today, Thursday 18 February. Anyone who sees him is asked to contact us online…

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THE NUMBER of cases in Harlow has fallen to 118. It has gone back up three places in infection table to 129th out of 315 local authorities. That is a rate of 135.5 cases per 100,000. A fall of 36.9% cases per 100,000 (over seven…

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A BID to build two chalet bungalows off Harberts Road in Harlow has been thrown out by the Harlow Council planning committee. The application site forms part of a distinct local character area comprising six dwellings (Ebenezer, Balaton, Drummoyne, Hillcrest, St Lawrence and Foxwood) of…

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A NEW Zebra Crossing will be installed on Church Langley Way to reduce the speed of cars and help pedestrians cross the road safely.  The announcement comes following many months of lobbying from Church Langley’s Conservative Councillors Eddie Johnson, Simon Carter and Andrew Johnson.  Construction…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has set out his blueprint for an educational route map out of Covid-19. Mr Halfon delivered his speech following a farewell address by outgoing Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield. Mr Halfon said: More than any other event in my time, Covid-19 has…

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WITH new cases of COVID-19 in Harlow continuing to fall, Harlow Council has started to reopen its 43 playgrounds and the car parks in the Town Park. The playgrounds and car parks have been temporarily closed for just over a month while Harlow’s infection rates…

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HOLY Cross Catholic Church has continued its series of excellent on line masses and services with an Ash Wednesday service today. With Covid restrictions still in place, Fr Bernard Soley conducted a service with just one altar server and a socially distanced congregation. Due to…

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THE American owner of the LloydsPharmacy chain is in talks to sell one of Britain’s biggest drug retail and wholesale groups amid warnings about the industry’s future financial viability. Sky News has learnt that McKesson, a New York-listed group with a market value of $29bn,…

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HARLOW has jumped back up 23 places in infection table. On Monday it was 144th out of 315 local authorities however today it had gone back up to 121st. This may go to show that the journey back to zero covid in Harlow may take…

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THE INFECTION rate has risen in five out of eleven areas of Harlow. It fell in four. There were 134 cases registered for February 11th and published on February 16th. That is an increase of four. The lowest areas are Church Langley, Great Parndon and…

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THERE has been no further deaths registered at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow. The number of deaths remains at 509 There have been 22 deaths in the first sixteen days of February. That compares to 107 deaths in first sixteen days of January. There has…

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IN recognition of the extraordinary challenges faced by schools in England and Wales, the National Education Union recently launched an appeal – with an initial £1 million fund from the NEU – to supply learning materials such as pens, paper, card and crayons for those…

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AN OLD Harlow man has been charged with failing to disclose a password to the police. Christopher Golding aged 39, c/o Her Majesty’s Prison, Chelmsford has been charged with the following. On January 16th at Harlow being required to disclose a key, namely password, to…

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AUNTY Animal received a surprise donation of £2,000 into its bank account over Valentine’s weekend to help provide for pets in its care during the pandemic. The donation was made by Support Adoption For Pets – the UK’s largest grant giving animal charity started by…