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POLICE in Harlow are warning people not to walk around with expensive phones in their hand after a young girl told police that a man punched her in the arm and stole her phone. The 13-year-old girl was walking along the cycle path near to…

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POLICE would like to speak to this man about the theft of meat from a shop in Harlow. Officers are investigating the theft which happened at the Co-op, in Maunds Hatch at about 1.35pm on Sunday, January 12. Anyone with information is urged to contact…

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A SMALL BUT significant group of protestors continue to put pressure against Harlow Council regarding those who have not paid their council tax. A spokesperson who calls himself Wat Tyler has made it clear that they will continue to lobby, petition and protest through 2014.…

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POLICE officers investigating a fatal crash in the Ongar area, that happened last year, are warning motorist of potential delays on the A414 between the Four Wantz roundabout, Ongar and The Talbot roundabout, North Weald tomorrow (January 17) as they undertake a reconstruction at the…

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POLICE would like to speak to this man and woman about a theft from a Tesco store. Officers are investigating the theft of headphones and SD cards from the store in the Harvey Centre, Harlow, at about 2pm on December 11, 2013. Anyone with information…

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THERE ARE always hidden treasures in the St John’s ARC. This month the works of art of Peter Abbott plus Alan and Jennifer Peel are on display. It is all free, so take a wander in and have a look.

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Blog-post by Hannah-Ellen Clare “THIS WEEK, the Government have announced that councils are able to gain 100% of business rates from fracking operations in their area. As the UK goes ‘all out for shale’ [1] many, including myself, are concerned about the impact of the…

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OFFICERS are asking people to look out for Anthony Barnes who is wanted by Northumbria Police for a theft. Barnes, aged 22, is last known to be living in Harlow. He is described as a white man, of medium build, with short brown hair and…

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SHOPPERS at Co-op stores in Harlow will be offered compostable carrier bags in a bid to reduce the number of plastic bags going to landfill and thereby boost recycling. People shopping at Co-op will be able to carry their items home and then re-use the…

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POLICE are appealing for information following two burglaries and one attempt in Harlow. Three houses in Woodhill, Harlow, were targeted since January 7. Between 9.30am and 5.10pm on January 7, glass in a rear door of one house was smashed and stolen from inside was…

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A company in charge of a Polish food store has been fined thousands of pounds for selling food not labelled in English. Minidelikatesy Kubus, a business selling mainly Polish food, and its director, Marcin Frankowski, each admitted 20 charges at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court. Nine of…

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POLICE are looking to trace Kieron Armstrong who is wanted after failing to attend court. Armstrong, aged 35, is last known to have been living in the Harlow area. He is described as 6ft tall, of stocky build, with a bald head. Anyone with information…

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FOLLOWING a consultation, council tenants in Harlow could be offered a communal window cleaning service. Harlow Council is asking its leaseholders and tenants who live in flat blocks for their views on whether a communal window cleaning service should be introduced. Services to flat blocks…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a shoplifter assaulted a security guard in Harlow. A man walked into Boots, in Broad Walk, at about 11.05am on December 19 and selected two electric toothbrushes from the display. He then left the store without paying with a…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Harlow where a significant amount of damage was caused. Entry was gained to a house in Tilbury Mead between 4.30pm and 6.30pm on Saturday, January 11. A fish tank was smashed and red paint was daubed…

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IF you think you’ve got what it takes visit the Specials Recruitment stand at the Harvey Centre, Harlow, on Saturday, January 18, for information. Special Constables have full police powers, uniforms and equipment but sacrifice their free time on a voluntary basis, organising their busy…