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A DISPERSAL order has been put in place in Harlow, following reports of an unlicensed music event which is due to take place this evening, Saturday 15 May. This will give our officers the power to move anyone on from the area who may be…

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FOUR members of an organised crime group who conspired to import cannabis on a yacht into the UK have been jailed following a National Crime Agency investigation. The men used encrypted comms platform EncroChat to plan the importation of the Class B drug from Morocco…

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ESSEX Police are appealing for further information after a fight in the Westfield area of Harlow last night, Friday 14 May. They were called just after 6pm to reports that three people, two men and a woman, were assaulting a man using weapons. The victim,…

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JOIN Ed as he takes a long hard look at himself and tries to decide if he has ANY traits that are worth passing on to his children. Ed Byrne presents his brand-new masterclass in observational comedy hot on the heels of his 17/18 Touring…

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NEW planning laws to make it easier to turn empty shops into flats could result in poor-quality homes with “absolutely no privacy”, campaigners claim reports The Guardian. However, a separate rule change should mean an end to tiny “rabbit hutch” flats. The coronavirus pandemic is…

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BECKMEAD Moundwood Academy, located on Commonside Road in Harlow and part of The Beckmead Trust, has announced plans to support its local community by opening a surplus hub at the school in partnership with 3 Food 4 U.  This September, the school will not only…

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STEWARDS Academy Year 9 pupils are delighted to have been invited to participate in this year’s Quadcopter Challenge, hosted virtually by Raytheon UK.  Six of our keenest Year 9 engineers will be tasked with designing the best quadcopter in a series of competition stages, with…

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● Not for profit food court ● Free breakfasts provided to school children (and anyone in need) ● Redistribution of surplus food products through community organisations ● Providing a platform and support for local food entrepreneurs ● Supporting the younger generation through the Kickstarter program…

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OVER 65,000 vaccines have now been issued in Harlow. A total of 3,944 vaccines were issued in the last week. There has now been: First Vaccines: 44,248 Second Vaccines: 20,780 First Vaccination Under 40: 6,985 40-44: 4,351 45-49: 4,532 50-54: 5,380 55-59: 5,393 60-64: 4,580…

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HARLOW Council is improving public open spaces in the town centre, starting with the refurbishment of East Gate between Broad Walk and Market Square. This scheme forms part of a wider priority to encourage footfall in the town centre as the easing of lockdown continues.…

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CJs Fish and Chips opens this week in Wych Elm Harlow, much to the delight of local businesses in an area of Harlow with limited food options – until now!  Local businesses and staff from The Princess Alexandra Hospital are thrilled to have a new…

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INTRIGUED children have kept their eyes on their classroom around the clock as their new classmates rapidly developed. After receiving ten eggs and hatching equipment, pupils at Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, set up a live stream to monitor the new arrivals. The egg cam…

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THE Conservatives plan to reach across the political divide to “restore civility in the Council Chamber” by returning to the precedent of handing key civic and scrutiny positions back to the opposition group. The incoming Leader, Cllr Andrew Johnson, has offered the Labour group the…

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IF you or your loved ones are affected by Mesothelioma or other asbestos related diseases, please contact LASAG . Support groups are starting up in Harlow. We are here to support emotionally and physically. Offering guidence,  support with financial needs and support groups. Please call…

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THIS year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is nature and how connecting with the natural world can support good mental health. The week, which is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, is in its 21st year and runs until 16 May. Across the country,…

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SECOND vaccine doses could be brought forward and local restrictions introduced to help tackle the Indian variant in the worst-affected areas, the government has said reports the BBC. It said “economic and social” restrictions could be reimposed in parts of England if necessary. Public Health…