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By Nicholas Taylor, Harlow Alliance Party TUCKED away in the Chancellors Budget this week was the announcement that £1 billion from the Governments “Towns Fund” was to be distributed to 45 towns around the country in order to help them kick start regeneration. After a…

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PFCC welcome government decision to introduce a new criminal offence and extend existing powers for police to tackle unauthorised encampments.Roger Hirst, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex said “Unauthorised encampments cause significant harm to communities, can leave landowners and councils with huge bills for…

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A HARLOW teenager has been charged with nine offences in relation to assault, criminal damage and carrying an offensive weapon. The fifteen-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons was charged with the following. On February 27th, 2021 assaulted a male and a female. On…

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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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THREE people have been charged with alleged drugs offences after officers carried out warrants in Harlow and London. The raids were carried out at two addresses in Brockles Mead and Little Grove Field in Harlow, and three in London, yesterday, Monday 8 March. Daniel Koulle,…

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A HARLOW woman is undertaking a charity skydive to thank Royal London Hospital after her partner was left in a coma following a vicious assault. The attack on Josh Salmon happened on Thursday January 26th in the Quarry Spring area of Harlow. Full details below.…

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A HARLOW man has been fined after crashing a car whilst a “female was sat on his lap. Sonny Rider, aged 19, of Westfield, Harlow pleaded guilty to the following at Chelmsford magistrates court. On July 20th, 2020 drove a VW Golf in Bush Fair…

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FOUR people have been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after officers carried out warrants in Harlow and London. The raids were carried out at two addresses in Brockles Mead and Little Grove Field in Harlow, and three in London, today, Monday 8 March. Three…

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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 NEW Pharmacy has opened up in Harlow. THE Stow Pharmacy has replaced the Boots Pharmacy in the shopping precinct. It is always great to see a new business opening up in Harlow. Having said that, a number of staff who were at Boots, with…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has called for NHS workers to receive more than a 1 percent pay increase. Mr Halfon said: ” “I absolutely believe those NHS workers on lower earnings should get a pay rise greater than 1 percent and I will be making…

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AT a recent meeting of the cross-party Harlow Council Covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Group, a number of councillors asked questions regarding the take up of vaccines among the Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community in Harlow. Councillor Tony Durcan asked senior Harlow Council officer, Andrew…

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NORTH Weald Parish Council has been dealing with more than 40 emails from local residents regarding issues surrounding the HMRC Inland Border Facility on North Weald airfield since the site opened on January 1.Parish clerk Sue deLuca told Monday’s meeting that she had been dealing…

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SIR, This seems to fit a pattern. County Councillors in ivory towers in Chelmsford making inappropriate and inadequate decisions about Harlow.  I recall that when “Science Alive” closed the large indoor facilities and space were empty (and may still be so?) , it would have…

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THE CHAIRMAN of Strawberry Star, the company behind a major part of the regeneration of Harlow Town Centre has responded to this week’s budget. Chairman of Strawberry Star (strawberrystar.com), Santhosh Gowda, said: On economic confidence:“The pandemic has affected our health, our confidence and our wallets.…

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ALFIE Baker, a lifelong Harlow resident, has launched Wild Bones, a culture and lifestyle brand that uses creativity to tell human stories. Releasing weekly content surrounding current and tough topics, as well as trying to lift the taboo on talking about mental health, to try…