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PEOPLE across Harlow are being urged to be more cautious ahead of strike action by fire services tonight. Members of the Fire Brigades Union will strike today between 6.30pm and 11pm over pay, retirement and working conditions. A second strike is planned to take place…

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POLICE in Harlow are seeking a man wanted for questioning in connection with a racially aggravated assault in October this year. Glen Mulkay, aged 47 from Churchfield in Harlow is described as white, 5ft 10 ins tall, stocky build with a scar above his left…

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Update 1640 hrs POLICE remain at the scene. Area still cordoned off. Traffic investigation unit at location. Update: 1510 hrs Essex Police have widened to cordoned off area to the following: 3rd Ave shut b/t 2nd Ave + Abercrombie Way + Haydens Road to Dads…

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THE producers of the smash-hit ‘Fairy Tales of the Unexpected’ are performing at The Harlow Playhouse, this coming Autumn season with another fantastic show after wowing audiences during the Summer of 2013. This time, promising fun for all the family, LP Creatives present ‘Treasure Island’…

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THE CHAOS THAT has once again engulfed the M25 has had a serious knock-on effect on the roads in Harlow. Update: 1500 hrs A414 Essex – Slow traffic on A414 northbound in Harlow between Church Langley Roundabout and Harlow Mill roundabout. A414 Essex – Slow…

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FIRE crews were called to assist at the scene of a three vehicle road traffic collision involving a car, a van and an HGV. The incident happened in Harberts Road at the junction with Third Avenue. Some 60-70 litres of diesel has spilled onto the…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an unprovoked assault which took place at Hookfield, in Harlow, and left a man with a broken jaw. The attack took place at around 11.10pm on Saturday October 26 as the victim, a 39-year-old man, was walking with two…

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By Jo O’Reilly YOUNG people from across Harlow, including representatives from the Harlow Foyer and Harlow Youth Council, took part in a protest today at County Hall in Chelmsford. The demonstration was in protest against possible cuts of up to £5million to the Essex youth…

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ESSEX Police is urging everyone to use the appropriate number if they need to contact officers during the Halloween period. With extra patrols in place across the town, not only have the police warned people regarding anti-social behaviour but they have also advised the public…

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YOUNG people from across the town will be joined by councillors, union representatives and Suzy Stride as they travel to Chelmsford to fight against possible cuts to youth services. Ms Stride, believes the loss of the youth workers team will harm the employment and housing…

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Update: 1400 hrs A TEENAGER was taken to hospital after suffering a serious head injury following a serious crash on Allende Avenue by the Burnt Mill roundabout. The teenager collided with a bus. The collision occurred at just after 5pm thirty metres south of the…

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DVD and games rental chain Blockbuster is to go into administration for a second time, says its owner, private equity firm Gordon Brothers Europe. Blockbuster has a store in Staple Tye. Blockbuster collapsed for the first time in January, after losing business to online firms…

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POLICE are appealing for assistance in identifying the man pictured they want to speak to in connection with the theft of bolts from a bike. The bike was parked at the Passmores Academy school in Tracyes Road, Harlow, and the parts were believed to have…

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AN INQUEST in to the death of a Harlow man who died while cycling will take place on Tuesday. Father-of-three Adam Jacobs (36), of Northbrooks, was found unconscious on a footpath near Third Avenue back in February. It is believed that he lost control of…

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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…