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St Luke’s Catholic Academy Tours Available on the following days : Monday 1st Nov – 9.45am Monday 8th Nov – 9.45am Monday 15th Nov – 9.45am Monday 22nd Nov –9.45am Please contact the school office to make your appointment [email protected] 01279 423499

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NEW rules allowing travellers returning to England to take lateral flow tests instead of more expensive PCR tests have come into force.  Fully-vaccinated people arriving from a non-red list country can now use a lateral flow test on, or before, day two of their return…

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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. It is by no mean perfect but it gives you…

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A MAN in his 30s died in hospital three days after his car was involved in a crash in Sawbridgeworth. Members of all three emergency services were called when, at around 7.20pm on Saturday (Oct 16), a silver Peugeot 207 travelling east along Redricks Lane,…

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THE government will reconfirm its commitment to a “skills revolution” with a spending package to be unveiled by the chancellor on Wednesday reports the BBC. Rishi Sunak will announce £1.6bn to roll out new T-levels for 16 to 19-year-olds, and £550m for adult skills in his autumn…

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PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital bosses have admitted that a new hospital for Harlow won’t be built for at least another six years. Two years ago, there was much rejoicing when the prime minister, Boris Johnson visited Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). Hospital staff flocked around the PM…

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EX-CONVICTS could help plug staff shortages in London’s pubs and restaurants in the run-up to Christmas, Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said on Friday. The capital’s hospitality sector is struggling with crippling staff shortages, executives say, threatening the future of one of London’s most important industries.…

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PARENTS will be able to book COVID-19 vaccinations at local vaccination centres for their 12-15 year-old children from Saturday 23 October.  The national online and 119 telephone booking service will provide an additional vaccination option for parents, alongside the school-based programme which has already vaccinated…

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SPECIALIST officers are warning vulnerable children not to be duped into a life of drug crime by empty promises of cash, clothes and cars. As part of our work throughout County Lines Intensification Week, 11 of the 55 people arrested were aged under 18. That…

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A HARLOW man faces trial after being charged with assault. Ben Jacobs, aged 28, Templefields House, River Way, Harlow was charged with the following. On October 2nd, 2021, assaulted a woman by beating her. Jacobs has been remanded in custody until his next appearance at…

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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. It is by no mean perfect but it gives you…

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A MAN has been sentenced to four years in prison for attacking his neighbour with an electric drill in an argument over late night DIY. Sentencing took place at Chelmsford Crown Court today (October 22nd). Officers were called to an address in Church End, Katherines,…

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FAMILY doctors in England have taken a step towards industrial action as part of an escalating row with Health Secretary Sajid Javid over plans to boost the number of face-to-face appointments reports the BBC. The British Medical Association’s GP committee in England on Thursday formally…

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FOLLOWING a very successful inaugural competition last year, Harlow’s MP, Robert Halfon, has launched his second Christmas Card Competition for all primary aged children in Harlow, Hastingwood, Matching, Nazeing, Roydon and Sheering. The winning entry will be used for the front cover of Mr Halfon’s…

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ON THURSDAY, we asked the question: “Has Harlow Council made it impossible for tenants to move?”. It was by far our most read story, with over 15,000 page views that day. It may highlight an issue which is very important to our readers. Despite the…

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MOTORISTS are being reminded of imminent changes to the ULEZ zone which is increasing in size next week in London – affecting more vehicles. Other cities across the UK will be observing the changes as they consider their own measures, such as Clean Air Zones,…