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TO celebrate the exciting changes at Lakeside, intu is inviting everyone to a party on 13th and 14th July. Featuring two jam-packed days of music and dance, food and drink, family fun, local community groups and surprises around every corner, the intu Lakeside Summer Party…

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DETECTIVES are appealing for information following a burglary in Harlow in which four men burst into a house and threatened a woman with a firearm. The break-in happened between 10-11pm on Monday, July 8 when four men entered the property on Old Road and pushed…

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HARLOW LABOUR were out in force at the weekend to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the NHS. Prospective parliamentary candidate, Suzy Stride was joined by a number of Labour councillors as well as union officials and health workers. Suzy Stride said: “We are here to…

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COPS are renewing their appeal for witnesses after reviewing CCTV of an assault in Harlow which was filmed by his young attackers on their mobile telephones. The assault happened at the back of the library off Tilegate Road in the Bush Fair area of the…

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THE SUN finally appeared this week, just in time for Linkfest in the Harlow Town Park. Hundreds flocked to near the bandstand to hear a great variety of acts from across the area. The YH cameras dropped in on singer-songwriter, Dean Austin, who showed great…

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THIS summer, Essex Libraries will open the door of the Creepy House. Children can visit any Essex Library during the holidays to pick up a Creepy House poster and choose some exciting stories to start them on their spine-tingling journey around this house of unlikely…

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IT HAS been hailed as the template for how business exhibitions should be run and in many ways it shows why Harlow has such an increase in the number of start-up businesses as well as being chosen as an Enterprise Zone. Robert Halfon MP officially…

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A 67-year-old man was walking his dog on Tendring Road just before 10.30am on Thursday, June 27, 2013 when two men on bikes told him to get out of the way before pulling out a knife. The man with the knife is described as white,…

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By Sally Casey HARLOW Fire station opened its doors to the public on Saturday. The public flocked to the station on Fourth Avenue, Harlow to be entertained by a variety of stalls and activities. Youngsters naturally flocked to the seat of the fire engine, where…

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By Sarah Pusey HUNDREDS OF “VISIONS IN PINK”, lit up the Harlow sky-line on Saturday as the Moonlit Walk took place. YourHarlow reporter, Sarah Pusey took part and reported from the scene. “Donned in pink, myself and 864 walkers took to the streets of Harlow…

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SOMETIMES, you can sense that a band has something about them. YourHarlow met the Crimson Ties down at the Rock School tent on Saturday afternoon. Sometimes, when you say to bands: “Here is our card, we would, in the future, like to film an “in-session”…

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By Michael Casey AS we come to the end of the first week of www.yourharlow.com, I thought I would take this opportunity to reflect upon Harlow’s heritage. I have been running YourThurrock.Com for nearly five years. I was discussing Harlow with Mr Ed Caines, headteacher…

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THE TRAVELLERS who illegally encamped at Netteswell and then Katherines have moved on. A multi-agency approach by Harlow Council saw the situation, discreetly handled.   Councillor Emma Toal, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Youth & Citizenship, said: “I’m glad this issue has been resolved. We asked…

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DETECTIVES  are appealing for information following an apparently mindless and unprovoked attack on a man in Harlow which was filmed by his young attackers on their mobile telephones. The assault happened at the back of the library off Tilegate Road in the Bush Fair area…

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FA Cup Preliminary Round Harlow Town have drawn Leatherhead of the Ryman Div One South in the FA Cup. If the beat the Surrey side, then they will go on to play Lewes at the Dripping Pan. Transfer News The Grays Athletic vice-chairman, Danny Swallow…

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A TOTAL of 94 drivers were found to be over the limit during Essex Police’s 2013 Summer Anti-Drink Drive campaign. This year’s campaign ran between June and June 30, 2013 and saw officers out in force across the county taking a zero tolerance approach to…