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POLICE would like to hear from anyone who recognises a number of items of jewellery which were found discarded at two different locations in Harlow. The first quantity of jewellery was found in an alleyway and wooded area in Finchmoor at 10.30am on Thursday January…

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PIZZA and politics return to Harlow next week with a Q and A session with Luciana Berger MP. Harlow Labour are holding a pizza & politics event on the 24th February at The Square. It is a night of very informal politics discussion with Luciana…

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POLICE are appealing for the public’s help in identifying a man they want to speak to in connection with a burglary in Harlow. At 11am on Monday, February 17, a man called at a house in Westfield and claimed to be working on a neighbour’s…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an attempted robbery in Harlow. The incident happened at about 5.20pm on Monday, February 17, in Burley Hill, when a woman in her 40s from Harlow was walking along an alleyway and a man on a black pedal cycle…

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ESSEX County Council has published its proposals on the future of Essex Youth Services which are to continue the “journey the service has been on since 2011, moving away from direct delivery of the youth service to facilitating and supporting the delivery of the service…

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A HARLOW police car crashed on the way to assist with the arrest of two suspected of shoplifting. A call had come from Staple Tye after one car had attended at Lidls in the precinct. When a call came out for assistance, a vehicle left…

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FRONT man with Squeeze, Glenn Tilbrook is coming to The Square. Glenn is touring the country in May to promote his solo album Happy Ending. Glenn will be best known for hits in the seventies and eighties such as ‘Cool for Cats” and “Up the…

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THE market at North Weald Airfield will be closed tomorrow on Saturday 15 February 2014 due to severe weather warnings. Airfield Manager Darren Goodey said: “The decision has been taken to close the market tomorrow as severe weather warnings of strong winds and heavy rain…

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Update: 1845 hrs All roads cleared. Full information on RTC to come. Incident: 1800 hrs THERE are reports of a road traffic collision near to the Mark Hall roundabout. There is considerable congestion around the area. A414 Essex – Slow traffic on A414 northbound between…

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Dyson Theft No 1 POLICE are appealing for help in tracing a woman they want to speak to in connection with the theft of a Dyson cleaner from B&M Bargains in Princess Gate, Harlow, at 3.55pm on January 15. A woman entered the store and…

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POLICE are appealing for information following a burglary in Harlow. A house in The Hides was broken in to between 7.30pm and 10pm on February 7. Entry was gained via a back window and its thought suspects would have entered from the main road and…

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A 19-year-old man has been jailed for over two years after being convicted of committing two burglaries in Harlow. Connor Smithers of Northbrooks, Harlow, appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Tuesday, February 4, having been convicted of two burglaries in Rundells and Chippingfield , Harlow…

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TWO men have been arrested in connection with an arson attempt on a car dealership in Grays in January. A 61-year-old man from Grays was arrested on January 23 on suspicion of conspiracy to commit arson and was released on police bail pending further enquiries…

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THE ENVIRONMENT Agency has issued the following warning for The River Stort in Harlow. Current status:Flood Warning Flood status last changed at 11:18 on 07 Feb 2014 Location:The River Stort at Harlow including Roydon Following the overnight rainfall, the River Stort at Harlow is rising…

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A HARLOW MAN who phoned police and said he was going to put a bomb in a mosque and wanted “to hang Muslims in the street” has been jailed for 12 months. Nigel Flanaghan, 52, of Wharley Hook, Harlow, later told police he made the…

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FOR THE first time in its civic history, cameras were allowed into the chambers of Harlow District Council in order to allow proceedings. The decision has come after the Department of Communities and Local Government initiated legislation that would allow recording of events. Although, secretary…