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HARLOW Council and Kier Harlow have been responding to the effects of the storm experienced in Harlow this morning. Work took place at the end of last week to ensure workforces were ready to respond to emergency calls and that trees and structures were made…

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HIGH winds during this morning’s storm meant that The Playhouse and surrounding area, including the Harvey Centre entrance and  taxi rank, was cordoned off earlier today after material on The Playhouse roof became loose. Kier were quick on the scene to assess the problem and the…

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Update: 1345 hrs Do not go in to Brenthall or Bransley Woods Adjacent to Ashworth Place. Trees are blocking almost every path and When I was in there this morning trees (HUGE ONES) are still continuing to fall. DO NOT use the footpath adjacent to…

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AS you may be aware, the youth of Harlow are currently fighting to keep our youth services open. I have been very busy in the past fortnight doing all I can to represent your views and secure our invaluable youth service. Firstly, I have been…

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STUDENTS from Years 7, 8 and 9 at Burnt Mill Academy, will see their work published in A Twist In The Tale – Essex after putting together 100-word stories with a twist in the storyline. Saoirse Faughnan, English teacher, said: “We had a huge amount…

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Update: 1042 hrs The A414 Harlow – Hertford has reopened. Update: 0907 hrs Greater Anglia have just announced that there will be no trains running until midday. All services until then are cancelled. Update: 0825 hrs Southbound section of M11 between B Stort and Harlow…

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POLICE would like to speak to these men about three shop-lifting incidents they are investigating in Harlow. The incidents all happened at Staples, in the St James Centre, East Road, between September 19 and September 28. They included the theft of headphones and a flash…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle collision in Harlow. Officers were contacted at 11.20pm on Thursday, October 24, with reports of a car having been in collision with fencing on the corner of Carters Mead, Harlow. The vehicle was a black Volkswagen…

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THE music of some of the biggest artists from the 1950’s and 1960’s provides a night of world class entertainment and nostalgia that you will never forget! ‘Unforgettable’ is a first class production that highlights the musical icons of this era – favourite musical legends…

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HARLOW could be battered by 90mph winds in time for the beginning of half term, as forecasters warn conditions could be the worst since the “Great Storm” of 1987. Up to 30mm of rain will join the heavy winds, which look set to damage houses…

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RICHARD Pearson, ResourceBank Managing Director, and Simon Gomez, ResourceBank Key Account Manager for Pitney Bowes were delighted to attend the opening ceremony of Langland’s House, Pitney Bowes’ new office in Harlow on 8th October. Langland’s House is the new home for 175 telesales, customer loyalty…

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ANOTHER Harlow company has been dealt a jobs blow as Raytheon have announced the loss of at least 50 jobs. The company has announced that the jobs in manufacturing will be transferred to Glenrothes in Scotland later this year. It has been a bad year…

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DAVID Sprunt, Strategy & Engagement Manager at Essex County Council, will give an overview of the proposal for M11 Junction 7A, including the reasons why this is needed to address many key issues in the town. He will have detailed layouts of the junction together…

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HARLOW Running Club member Jamie Jephcott completed the Abingdon Marathon in 162nd place out of 703 finishers in an excellent 3hrs 14min 16sec. He as followed home by Peter Ayling in his debut at the distance in 635th place in 4hrs 36min 21sec. Incredibly, on…

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ST Clare Hospice will be able to buy two specialist pieces of medical equipment to help patients administer pain relief in the comfort of their own homes thanks to a £3,405 grant from the Axis Foundation. The two McKinley T34 Syringe Drivers are small battery-powered…

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THE SITE of a police vehicle driving down the cycle track near to Great Brays is not that common but that is where Harlow police were yesterday as part of Operation Insight. The well-publicised operation sees police flood area after a burglary or burglaries has…