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ONE of the UK’s largest suppliers of seasonal flu vaccines has said there will be a delay in jab deliveries to some GP surgeries due to issues related to a shortage of HGV drivers. Seqirus, one of the world’s largest flu vaccine companies, said it…

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ESSEX Police officers attended a prom at Passmores Academy after a complaint regarding parking. Due to Covid-19, last year’s Year 11 students were not able to have their prom in July however special arrangements were made to have it on Thursday night. However, as parents,…

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FARE dodgers who have avoided paying to travel on Greater Anglia trains have been ordered to pay just under £325,000 in fines and court costs. In three months, 1,032 people admitted to travelling on Greater Anglia trains without a ticket or any intention of buying…

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FOR the first time ever Harlow Council is set to agree a target date and actions for hitting Net Zero carbon emissions* as it steps up its efforts to tackle global climate change. The target to hit Net Zero by 2040 is being recommended in…

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THE number of parents choosing to home-school their children in Essex skyrocketed after the first coronavirus lockdown, according to a council report. During September 2020, the county council saw the number of parents seeking to electively home-educate their children in the county increased from 1,172…

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PLANS for a wide-scale regeneration of Harlow which could see it become “a small city” are set to be voted on by councillors next week reports a Local Democracy Reporter. If implemented, the proposals would update Harlow’s infrastructure, as the current draft of the Town…

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Update: Jack Joel, 15, who was reported as missing from Harlow, has now been found. ESSEX Police are looking for Jack Joel, 15, who’s missing from Harlow. Jack was last seen yesterday morning and last heard from at around 3pm on September 2nd. He’s described…

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ESSEX Police has appealed for witnesses after a man went on the rampage with a machete in the ground of a Harlow pub. Frightened customers were shocked as a man brandishing a large machete confronted a number of others in the car park of The…

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FIRSTLY, it was great to be back reviewing at the Harlow Playhouse. It has been a long eighteen months. Secondly, well done to all the staff at Harlow Playhouse. In many ways, last night (Thursday Sept 2nd) was testimony to the hard work and dedication…

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IT was a steady week for Harlow with a total of 2,061 vaccines issued in the past seven days. That brings a total of 112,357, compared to 110,296 vaccinations the previous week. Once again well done to all those involved in the whole operation. The…

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THREE men have been arrested as part of a police investigation into the attempted illicit sale of Covid-19 vaccines and misuse of Covid-19 business relief funds. The men, aged 38, 34 and 26, were arrested by officers undertaking warrants at addresses in Hertford, Buntingford and…

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FAMILIES are being urged to revisit a Harlow secondary school to see the raft of improvements made this year. Mark Hall Academy is inviting prospective students and their parents to visit for an open evening in September. The school joined the BMAT Education family in…

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WITH recent distressing images from the situation in Afghanistan flooding our TV screens, Essex County Council are today urging Essex residents to consider providing supported lodgings – Giving safety and security to a young person who has suffered trauma by sharing their home. Often regarded…

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DAILY spending on schools in England will be lower by 2022-23 than it was in 2009, according to a report published as pupils are returning to class reports the BBC. The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) says that by next September, available funds will be…

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FOLLOWING the last two years of the turbulent educational landscape, Stewards Academy was delighted to hear of some of the further education successes of their 2018 and 2019 cohorts; many of whom are going on to university, further training in their chosen field and employment.…