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DETECTIVES in Harlow are investigating a burglary at a house in Lodge Hall, Harlow. The break in happened sometime between 12.50pm and 4.45pm on Tuesday, April 15. Thieves got in through the rear door of the property and stole an Apple iPad and a camera.…

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POLICE in Harlow are investigating an assault which happened near the Tye Green Indoor Bowling Club in Bush Fair on Sunday, April 13. A 19-year-old man from Harlow was riding a mountain bike at around 5.45pm when he was approached by a man who pulled…

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THE ESSEX Police and Crime Commissioner, Nick Alston has issued advice and guidance on the use of tasers in Harlow and Essex. Mr Alston said: “Our police officers are selected and trained to exert authority and restore order to situations without the use of force,…

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HARLOW Council and the Active Harlow partnership have been successful in attracting funding to get people back into sport. The partnership has developed Get Back into Football which aims to get people aged over 25 and not currently playing football back into the game. Sessions…

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DETECTIVES in Harlow are appealing for anyone who was in Tillwicks Road, Harlow around 2.30pm on Friday, April 4 and may have witnessed an incident where two women, one older than the other, with a two year old child, were in a dispute with two…

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POLICE are appealing for help from the public to trace a man wanted on warrant for failing to appear at court. Ricky Sheridan, 34, was last known to be living in Upper Mealines, Harlow. He failed to appear at North Essex Magistrates Court on November…

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FIRE CREWS carried two unconcious people out of a flat following a kitchen fire in the early hours of Sunday morning in Rectory wood, Harlow. Crews in breathing apparatus carried the man and woman out of the block within minutes if arriving at the incident.…

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IT IS very long way. This reporter knows as he ran all 26 miles, 385 yards in the first ever London in 1981! However, enough of this history. Good luck to the following who will be chasing Mo and co. on Sunday. If you click…

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YOUR HARLOW was started up in 2013 through an award from the Carnegie Trust. Our mission statement was to increase the amount of news delivered to the residents of Harlow. It is going to take us a while but we would, eventually, like to get…

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A MAN from Harlow has been charged with driving offences following a collision in Harbert Road, Harlow on January 31 involving six cars. James DODGE, aged 39 from Felmongers, Harlow is charged with aggravated vehicle taking and property damage; using a motor vehicle without insurance…

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STRUGGLING for ideas to keep the little ones entertained this Easter – without breaking the bank? Fear not – The Harvey Centre, Harlow’s top shopping destination, is launching its first ever Kids’ Club. Complete with new mascot, Harvey The Hippo, the Harvey Centre Kids’ Club…

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By Sally Casey Photograph courtesy of Steve Fuller photography A PACKED Harlow audience was treated to a wonderful performance of The Wizard of Oz at the Harlow Playhouse. This reporter took their grand-daughter (aged five) along to the show and she loved every single minute…

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LITTERING has proven costly for one Harlow resident who has been fined £200 and order to pay over £300 in costs. On the 25th November 2013 Natasha Watts of The Readings was caught throwing a cigarette butt onto the floor and failed to pick it…

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IT was the decade of shoulder pads, power dressing and big hair…and on Saturday, June 28 we will be going back to the 80s for St Clare Hospice’s annual Midnight Walk. Eighties mania took over the Hastingwood-based Hospice on Friday (April 4) when the fundraising…

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FOLLOWING the fire at a Council flat in Herons Wood on Saturday 5 April 2014, which affected two Council properties, Harlow Council has issued the following statement. A Harlow Council spokesperson said: “A Housing Officer has attended the affected properties on Monday 7 April 2014…

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RESIDENTS and businesses are being urged to have their say on where new homes and new jobs could be created for Harlow as part of the preparation of the new Local Development Plan. The consultation, which starts on Monday 14 April 2014, will ask for…