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MANY people were bowled over when they saw singer-songwriter,George Ezra on BBC2’s Later with Jools Holland on Tuesday night. But Harlow fans are in for a treat as he is playing The Square tonight (May 14th). Support from Loser Token and The Last Braves. Doors…

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A MAN arrested in connection with a road incident at Harlow has been released without charge. The incident happened at Carters Mead at about 1.30pm on Sunday May 11 when a woman was struck by a passing car. She received treatment in hospital for a…

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A MAN has been arrested after a road traffic collision in Carters Mead, Harlow which left a woman requiring hospital treatment. The incident occurred at just after 1.30pm on Sunday May 11th in Carters Mead. A woman was struck by a car and suffered leg…

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GENESIS tribute band will be coming to the Harlow Playhouse on Saturday May 24th G2 will perform a selection of Genesis songs from 1972-1977 at the Harlow Playhouse, recreating the unique musical sound, style and vision, that has been enjoyed around the world. This is…

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BURGLARS are continuing to have a field day under the cover of darkness as well as broad daylight in Harlow. Here is just a selection from just a 24 hour period in Harlow. Wharley Hook Police are investigating a break in at a house in…

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TUCKED away on Foster Street, just down the lane from the Horn and Horseshoes, Branson Leisure is a Harlow business that is doing very nicely. They make street furniture. They make beautiful street furniture. Led by Harlow man, Kris Laskowski, the team have a fascinating…

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POLICE officers investigating a collision between a taxi and a pedestrian in Harlow are appealing for witnesses to contact them. A 38 year old man from Harlow was taken to hospital with serious injuries following the collision in the early hours (00.25am) of May 4,…

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1300 hrs M11 Essex – Queueing traffic on the exit slip road on M11 northbound at J7, A414 (Harlow). Congestion to J6 M25. A414 Essex – Traffic congestion on A414 at Harlow. On the roundabout.

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AS the FBU national strike moves into its fourth hour, working Essex crews have attended nine incidents. At 13:46 hrs, two appliances attended a kitchen fire in a ground floor flat in Long Banks, Harlow (incident 7340). Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel…

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TOWNS are just one of four acts at The Square on Saturday May 3rd. Town, Slumber Girls, Nick O’Shea and The Moon and The Tide. For full details click here

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PEOPLE with a disability in Epping Forest will have more opportunities to get involved in sport after Epping Forest District Council received £145,479 of funding from Sport England’s Inclusive Sport fund. The project is one of 44 across England that will benefit from £8.06 million…

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A NEW road safety campaign to reduce motorcyclist deaths and injuries on Essex roads will launch this weekend at the Motorcycle Show at North Weald Airfield. On Sunday 4 May, the Essex Casualty Reduction Board (which comprises partners including Essex County Council, Essex Fire and…

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ESSEX Libraries are recruiting for young volunteers aged 14 and over to support library staff with the Summer Reading Challenge 2014. This year the challenge is ‘Mythical Maze’. The role of a volunteer is to encourage children and young people to read and to talk…

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STORTFORD Music Festival is now in its 14th year and boasts an attendance of around 3000 people over the Saturday & Sunday of the May Day Bank Holiday. The event relies on a team of volunteers, from the stewards on the day to directors, all…

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CORNISH comedy legend Jethro is back, as large as life, and on tour in 2014 with his very own unique brand of irresistible West Country tales for a fun-filled night of adult comedy. Jethro promises more tear-jerking, farcical stories featuring his old mates Denzil and…

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A REPORT into several police forces, including Essex, has found tens of thousands of offences could be going unrecorded. A fifth of crimes – equivalent to tens of thousands of offences – could be going unrecorded by police, a damning report has found. An inspection…