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POLICE in Harlow are appealing for witnesses to an assault on a teenage boy outside Passmores Academy on Monday February 23. The incident happened at around 3pm. The suspect, believed to be a teenage boy, opened the door of the car the victim was sitting…

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STUDENTS have been doing their bit to help keep fellow residents safe by signing them up to the new Essex Community Messaging (ECM) system. Pupils from Passmores School and the Mark Hall Academy in Harlow joined Neighbourhood Constable Rob Hance and Local Partnership, Policing Hub…

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THE LABOUR party’s shadow home secretary went on a fact-finding mission of Harlow to see for himself the challenges that face policing in Harlow. From illegal traveller camps to anti-social behaviour in policing, Mr Reed saw for himself the challenges that face Harlow police today.

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ESSEX County Council has awarded grants for projects delivered by the voluntary sector under the Independence, Choice, and Control Fund (ICCF). The projects are all aimed at improving physical health, mental health and the wellbeing of local communities and have been awarded following a bidding…

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POLICE would like to identify these people in connection with two incidents which took place at B&Q at The Oaks Retail Park in Harlow. It is alleged they went into the store on two occasions in February with a trolley filled with coal. They then…

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THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK HARLOW Theatre Company are presenting The Diary of Anne Frank at Victoria Hall Theatre from Wed 11th t Sat 14th March at 7.30 pm This year marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen and although there…

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By Siobhan Wood LIVE at the Playhouse returns to Harlow Playhouse on Friday 6th March following a sold-out November show with another brilliant line-up of top TV comedians. The critically acclaimed comedians who will be performing include: Damian Clark, Mick Ferry, Raymond & Mr Timpkins…

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POLICE have charged a man following a fire at premises in Spruce Hill in the early hours of Monday, September 15. Tarik Serradji, aged 39 from Canonbury Road in Enfield has been charged with arson with intent to endanger life. He will appear before magistrates…

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Incident: 1600 hrs THE petrol station in Church Langley is closed after damage was sustained to the front of their shop. An Essex Police spokesperson said: “Police were called at around 11.20am on Tuesday, March 3 with reports of an RTC at Tesco petrol station…

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LABOUR’S parliamentary candidate for Harlow, Suzy Stride, visited Passmores Academy this morning to talk to young people there about their career plans. As part of her series of school visits under the title “Aim High” Suzy seeks to find out the views that students have…

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Harlow Council and Essex County Council have today been granted an interim town-wide injunction from the High Court banning the setting up of unauthorised Traveller encampments in Harlow. The interim injunction remains in place until a hearing for the full injunction takes place later in…

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A HARLOW man has appeared in court accused of stealing heating fuel worth £1,650 from St Clare Hospice. Jake Seaton, of Barn Mead, pleaded not guilty at Chelmsford Crown Court and was remanded on conditional bail until July 15 for trial.

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STEWARDS Academy played host to two spectacular concerts featuring City of London Sinfonia, one of the country’s leading professional orchestras, on 12 February 2015. The concerts were part of the ‘First Time Live – Youth’ project led by Orchestras Live, in partnership with Arts Council…

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The Government Inspector Wednesday 4 March, 7.45pm Tickets £12 (2-4-1 under 21s) Flintlock Theatre presents their brilliant adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s satirical play ‘The Government Inspector’. Anton Antonovich, a mayor in small-town Russia, is in the midst of a crisis. A government official is on…

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ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has launched a new campaign in Parliament, aimed at helping families who have been hit by unfair cremation fees. In a question at the House of Commons, on February 27th, Robert noted that under the current system, bereaved families often…

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A MAN has been charged with two counts of robbery, three counts of attempted robbery and one count of possession of a section 5 firearm. Arron Duncan Brian Roberts, aged 19 from Elwood in Harlow has been remanded in custody to appear before magistates in…