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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has responded to news that Harlow bin men are set to go on strike. Rt Hon Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow and Chair of the Education Select Committee said: “I think the refuse workers of Harlow deserve a huge amount of…

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THE new headmaster at St Nicholas School in Old Harlow only started in April but he has already settled in and is relishing the challenge. Terence Ayres has become head at an exciting tome for the school. Even as you walk into the grounds off…

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A SENIOR Fire Officer has set out in detail how they respond to incidents in Fern Hill Lane, Harlow. North West Essex Commander, Terry Povey was responding to questions at a special meeting on Tuesday night at the Latton Bush Centre. The resident asked why,…

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RAIL services will be extremely limited this Saturday with last trains leaving London by 5.30pm and disruption continuing into Sunday due to a third day of strikes. Greater Anglia is asking people to only travel if absolutely necessary and reminding them that there will be…

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HARLOW Museum is sharing music history in this anniversary year by launching an exhibition alongside a day of live music in the Walled Gardens. The 75 years of music exhibition highlights community bands that have made an impact over the years – some locally and…

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WITH Labour gaining the ward of Bush Fair, we spoke to both political leaders to gauge their reaction to the result. Harlow Labour leader, Chris Vince was ebullient mood and clearly saw this as an important step forward into regaining power. https://www.youtube.com/embed/kgg-iguDaLA Harlow Council leader,…

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HARLOW Labour has gained the seat of Bush Fair in Harlow. Kay Morrison won by a majority of 112 votes. The by-election was called after the Conservative councillor for the ward quit after just four days due to the racist material on his social media…

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ESSEX Police has called for a review of the licence for a pub in the centre of Harlow Town Centre. The pub in question is The Clock House on Market Square in Harlow. Notice of a review was given on June 22nd, 2022. A notice…

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A GP practice in Harlow has been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and placed in special measures, following an inspection in May. Lister Medical Centre, Harlow, was inspected as part of CQC’s ongoing checks on the levels of care and treatment provided…

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NEW measures to stop rip-off agents taking advantage of people and pocketing their tax repayments have been proposed by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). HMRC today launched a 12-week consultation “Raising standards in tax advice: Protecting customers claiming tax repayments” to consider ways to better protect taxpayers…

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THERE is a by-election in the ward of Bush Fair today (Thursday June 23rd). Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm.  You do not need to take your polling card with you as long as you are registered to vote. The candidates are as…

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HARLOW politicians from across the divide have responded to the news that refuse workers are set to go on strike. Conservative Councillor Alastair Gunn, Harlow Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Governance, said: “Harlow Council is monitoring the situation very closely and we urge all parties…

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NICHOLAS Taylor is the Harlow Alliance Party candidate in the Bush Fair by-election set fro Thursday June 23rd. Nick usually stands in the Great Parndon Ward but over the last few weeks has been campaigning diligently in the ward. We have seen Nick and his…

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HARLOW refuse workers have delivered a resounding Yes vote to strike action against a pay offer that fails to keep track with the cost of living, says UNISON today (Wednesday). Workers have voted 97% in favour of strikes in the hope of securing a better…

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HATFIELD Heath residents are continuing their battle to prevent the demolition of a number of Prisoners of War Camps in the area. A new application has been lodged with Uttlesford District Council for the demolition of 10 of the POW Camp 116 buildings for the…

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ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow and Chair of the Education Select Committee has joined four other Members of Parliament, including the Chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee, in signing a letter written by the Victim’s Commissioner directed at the Justice Secretary, calling for…