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A DISPERSAL order has been put in place in part of Harlow following concerns about potential disorder involving two groups of people. It is in place from 3pm today (Tuesday 27 September) until 3pm on Thursday (29 September). The order will be periodically reviewed within…

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OVER 150 visitors from local businesses and organisations attended The Harlow Business Exhibition 2022. Thursday saw over 150 visitors attend the first Harlow Business Exhibition organised by the government funded programme – Opportunity Harlow. https://www.youtube.com/embed/5URWBVu62MU Designed to help grow local businesses and strengthen the Harlow…

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HUNDREDS of prospective pupils along with their parents attended an Open Evening at St Mark’s West Catholic School. The open evening was a showcase for the great work the school does and the excellent exam results that they achieve. YH spoke to a number of…

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SENIOR members of a nursing union have been speaking to nursing staff at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH)ahead of a ballot on strike action. Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Regional Director, Tersa Budrey was joined by other colleagues at 7am on Monday morning as some finished…

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NATIONAL Inclusion Week 2022, which takes places from Monday 26th September to Sunday 3rd October, is an opportunity to celebrate diversity and promote the importance of equality in the workplace. In Essex, we also know that if we police with the consent of every community,…

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PASSMORES would like to invite prospective students and parents to our Open evening. Our Co-Principals, Natalie Christie & Vic Goddard will be holding presentations at 6pm & 7pm. A BSL Translator will be at both presentations. https://twitter.com/PassmoresAc/status/1574649061977866241?s=20&t=Ppk78k6Y-A_xlkHPJrK7fA https://twitter.com/PassmoresAc/status/1574649070852808707?s=20&t=Ppk78k6Y-A_xlkHPJrK7fA https://twitter.com/PassmoresAc/status/1574649079652646912?s=20&t=Ppk78k6Y-A_xlkHPJrK7fA

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THE leader of Harlow Labour has praised the shadow chancellor’s speech at the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool this afternoon. Chris Vince said: “Today’s speech by Labour shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves can leave no one in any doubt that not all politicians are the same.…

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MP Robert Halfon has urged Harlow residents and businesses to give the new Prime Minister Liz Truss and Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng “a fair wind”. He made the comments as the pound touched a record low against the dollar as markets react to the UK’s biggest…

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Introducing Positive VA Solutions EMERGING as a new company as a result of the pandemic, Positive VA Solutions was launched as a partnership between lifelong friends Laura Allan and Sarah Shalders in June 2020. In 2021 they transitioned the business to be a Limited Company,…

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THE leader of the Harlow Labour Group has expressed concerns regarding the number of vacancies at Harlow Council. Councillor Chris Vince expressed his concerns at last Thursday’s meeting. The council agenda had page after page of vacancies for a variety of positions at Harlow Council.…

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THE RESIDENTS of Five Acres once again returned to the council chamber to plead their case regarding the bills imposed upon them by Harlow Council. The residents are leaseholders, who have been given bills, in some cases, up to £26,000 for external repairs. It certainly…

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HARLOW Trades Council has called a rally on Saturday 1st October as part of the Enough is Enough day of action. Starting at 11am at Harlow Town Centre the rally will be a chance for people to show their support for workers striking back in…

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THE pound has fallen to a record low against the dollar as markets react to the UK’s biggest tax cuts in 50 years reports the BBC. In early Asia trade, sterling fell close to $1.03 before regaining some ground to stand at about $1.06 on…

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THE ROYAL SOCIETY for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has launched a scathing attack on possible government plans in their mini-budget. They expressed their concerns in a series of tweets on Saturday. The Twitter thread is below. Their concerns are centred on the possible investment…

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A TEACHER training programme provided by Essex County Council is set to be closed down after it was deemed inadequate by Ofsted reports the Local Democracy Reporter. Essex County Council cabinet is set agree that the council close its initial teacher training programme by September 2022…

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OVER £251 billion worth of property was sold across Great Britain during the last twelve months, according to newly released data from Revolution Brokers. Of this, an incredible 71% was fuelled by the mortgage sector. But how long will these levels of transactions last if…