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EXCLUSIVE Update: 1030 hrs AN 18-YEAR-OLD Harlow man has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of preparing an explosive substance. Police executed a search warrant at 4.30pm on Wednesday August 22nd. An Essex Police spokesperson has told YH that on entering the house in Abbotsweld,…

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IT SAYS something about the high regard that the Harlow Playhouse is kept in, that UK tour for the 25th anniversary of the Buddy Holly Story kicks off at the Playhouse on Thursday August 29th. (with further shows on Friday and Saturday at 7.30pm plus…

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A HARLOW pub is set to be demolished to make way for housing. The Chequers pub on Commonside Road, Harlow has been closed for some time but now the derelict pub is back on the planning agenda next month. If approved, the proposed demolition will…

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SCIENCE ALIVE present a series of afternoon lectures at Harlow Museum Further details and advance Tickets (£5 per person) can be obtained from: Harlow Museum, Muskham Road, Harlow CM20 2LF (Tel: 01279 454959) or The Time Machine Gallery at the Leisurezone, Second Avenue, Harlow CM20…

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AS PART of our first few months, we are getting around as many community groups as possible. Last week, we visited the Neighbourhood Action Panel (NAP) that meet at Tye Green Bowls Club in Bush Fair. It was very well attended with over 20 members…

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A HARLOW JAZZ singer is off on the road to Rouen in order to raise funds for Brazilian street orphans. Soh Breezy from Paringdon Road has even bought a camper van to help her travel the roads of France. Soh has just completed her latest…

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THE SUCCESS OF A Foodbank is a hard one to quantify. It is hardly a thing to celebrate and yet the work of Gary Knott and his team has to be lauded. If it was not for them, who would have stepped forward. Harlow Foodbank…

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Dr Rob Gerlis, chair of West Essex CCG said: “This is just the start of a conversation with people across Epping Forest, Harlow and Uttlesford, and everyone who has an interest in health and care services. We want to get everyone thinking about their own…

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Jo O’Reilly DO you collect anything odd? Following on from the success of the first Museum of Curiosities exhibition held at the Westgate Gallery in 2011, Gatehouse Arts are looking for interesting collections belonging to local residents to put on display. The original exhbition included…

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TRADES and professional recruitment agency 2B Interface has opened its fourth UK office in Harlow, Essex. This comes after the firm launched its franchising model in April, with a company spokesperson telling recruiter.co.uk that while the Harlow base is currently company-owned, the intention is to…

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A 28-year-old unemployed Harlow man will be appearing at Chelmsford Magistrates Court today (Monday August 19) charged with possession of cocaine and cannabis. Rafique Miah, who did not give an address, was arrested at the V-Festival in Hylands Park at just before 5pm on Sunday…

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THE RUTLES ARE simply legendary. Born from a sketch on Eric Idle’s Rutland Weekend Television. They were then the subject of a great spoof-documentary called “All You Need Is Cash”. But it was the music of Neil Innes and his ability of all the songs…

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STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another set of excellent A level results, with students once again exceeding previous record breaking results and many going on to universities, often the first in their family. Another superb pass rate…

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POLICE are continuing to investigate after a teenager was injured following an incident in Kingsland, Harlow. He received a stab wound and was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital for treatment of serious but not life threatening injuries. The incident took place at just before 10.30pm on…

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HARLOW Council is working in partnership with The Prince’s Trust to offer a free opportunity to 18- to 30-year-olds to take part in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme which will help create future entrepreneurs. Aimed at 18- to 30-year-olds either unemployed or working fewer than…

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HARLOW LABOUR has backed the shadow immigration minister over the treatment of local workers at Tesco’s The issue came to the forefront after a controversial speech made by the minister at the weekend. Charlie Cochrane, Chair of Harlow Labour Party, said: “Chris Bryant was right…