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THE LEADER OF Harlow Council has agreed to look into the possibility of a lasting memorial to Harlow’s 9/11 victim Simon Maddison Councillor Andrew Johnson was responding to a question from Labour councillor Tony Durcan. You can follow the filmed news item from the 11th…

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THE latest property market analysis by London lettings and estate agent, Benham and Reeves, has revealed that the costs incurred by UK landlords who have been unfortunate enough to encounter a nightmare rogue tenant during the pandemic.  While the vast majority of tenants are respectful and…

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ST Stephen’s Church in Tye Green has a new curate, Revd Sophie Weller, who was formally ordained as a Deacon at Chelmsford Cathedral last Saturday 11th September. Sophie has been a regular visitor to St Stephen’s over the last few months and on Sunday gave…

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THE tax gap for the 2019/20 tax year has remained low at 5.3% statistics published today by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have revealed. The annual Measuring Tax Gaps publication estimates the difference between the total amount of tax expected to be paid and the…

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HARLOW Council has agreed to oppose development around the south and west of Harlow as a result of concerns many residents have about the impact developments will have on the town and its existing infrastructure and services. The decision follows Harlow councillors debating and unanimously…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. The report covers UK figures; Princess Alexandra Hospital figures; the…

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THE international travel traffic light system is being simplified with a single red list, as part of an overhaul of the rules from 4 October reports the BBC. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps also said eight countries would be taken off the red list from Wednesday.…

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THOUSANDS of people who bought leasehold homes from the housing developer Countryside Properties will be freed from costly contract terms, following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority reports The Guardian. The CMA, which has been looking into the practice by Countryside and other property…

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HARLOW Council has taken action to stop a developer from carrying out overnight construction work on the Icon warehouse site following concerns raised by residents. The council was alerted to a letter sent to residents and planning officers immediately contacted the developer warning them that…

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OVER the last couple of days we have published interviews with Year 9 and Year 12 students at Sir Frederick Gibberd College. After we had interviewed the students, we spoke to the Headteacher, Mrs Dee Conlon. It was a great pleasure to interview the headteacher…

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TWENTY-four people have been arrested this morning (Friday 17 September) following incidents on two of the county’s main roads. Officers patrolling in the Brentwood district received reports that a group of people were planning to obstruct the slip road at Junction 28 of the M25…

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IT was a quiet week for Harlow with a total of 798 vaccines issued in the past seven days. That brings a total of 114,899 compared to 114,101 vaccinations the previous week. Once again well done to all those involved in the whole operation. The…

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FIRE Crews were called to a road traffic collision involving two vehicles this morning on Station Approach in Harlow. On arrival, firefighters reported that one man was trapped in his car and used cutting equipment to release him by 6.58am.  The casualty was left in the care…

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FIGHT CANCER WITH HOPE CONFERENCE ​Book at Eventbrite ​THIS year’s NHS “Fight Cancer with Hope Conference” in association with “One Step at a Time” is being held at the BMAT College in Harlow, on Wednesday, 29th September 2021. The event has been created by cancer patients…

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FUNDAMENTAL cross-system change is urgently needed to tackle an epidemic of violence against women and girls (VAWG), a new report has found. Police response to violence against women and girls – Final inspection report The report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire &…

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QUESTIONS have been raised whether funding for a new hospital for Harlow has been slashed? This comes after concerns at the rising costs and continued delay in starting any new hospital projects around the country. Private Eye has reported that in July, the health department…