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ESSEX POLICE have released CCTV footage in a renewed appeal to identify a man suspected of a burglary at an elderly woman’s home in Harlow. The woman, who is in her 80s, was at her home in Westfield at about 11am on Monday February 17…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a woman was robbed of her bag on a petrol station forecourt in Harlow. A woman in her 50s was walking back to her car at the BP garage in Southern Way at 9.30pm on Sunday, March 16, when…

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A MAN has been charged with sexual assault following an alleged incident in Harlow on Thursday, March 6. Martynas Luckauskas, 22, of Northbrooks, Harlow, will appear before Chelmsford Magistrates Court on Wednesday, April 2. The shop worker was arrested in the early hours of this…

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A LEADING Harlow councillor has pledged to take action should there be an increase in crime during the time, street lights are switched off. Lights on many roads have been switched off by Essex County Council from mid-night to 5am. Portfolio holder for the Environment,…

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School fetes are so last season! At Freshwaters Primary Academy, it’s all about the Party in the Park. Pupils and teachers at the school, in School Lane, Harlow, are busy planning the outdoor event which they hope will bring the whole community together for an…

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THE next Gatehouse Gallery exhibition “The Art of Craft” is set to showcase contemporary craft disciplines from both local and nationally acclaimed artists. There will be a series of talks alongside the exhibition. The private view is on March 25th 7-9pm. FREE ARTISTS TALKS AND…

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By Mark Sweeney ENERGY minister, Greg Barker joined Harlow MP, Robert Halfon in a visit to the Ecco centre on Edinburgh Way in Harlow. They were both met by chief officer, Sean Folan who was able to tell them both about the remarkable successes of…

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LAST year Essex County Council in partnership with North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust completed a research pilot looking at ways to delay the onset of Dementia in people with mild cognitive impairment. The research suggested that there were activities which if adopted could help…

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FIRE CREWS were called to approximately 800 tonnes of hay on fire in London Road, Old Harlow. A controlled burn is taking place, the fire is being monitored and burning out. Update:07:40hrs: Crews are continuing to re-visit the fire and monitor the controlled burn

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POLICE are appealing for information following the theft of a large amount of Scottish whisky in Harlow. A thief climbed over a fence of the Co-op store on Maunds Hatch shortly before 7pm on Thursday, March 13 and stole three boxes of the spirit. Each…

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POLICE are looking to identify a man who is suspected of indecently assaulting a woman in Harlow. The 30-year-old local woman sexually assaulted outside a mobile telephone shop in the Harvey Shopping Centre at 2:15pm on Thursday, March 6. Investigating Officer, Pc James Selwood, said:…

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POLICE are looking to identify a man in connection with the criminal damage of a confectionery vending machine in Harlow. The item was vandalised at The Water Gardens shortly before 3am on Saturday, March 1, leaving owners with an approximate £500 repair bill. The man…

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A NUMBER OF Labour politicians have paid tribute to Tony Benn who has passed away after a short illness at the age of 88. Harlow councillor Waida Forman said: I will remember him as a regular visitor to the Burston School Strike Rally in Diss,…

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POLICE officers in Harlow have issued CCTV photo of a woman they want to speak to in connection with the theft of £70 of meat items from the BP garage shop on Southern Way in January. On Friday, January 24 a woman entered the store…

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SCHOOL crossing patrols may become a thing of the past as Essex County Council are set to review them Essex County Council continues to review its spending as part of its current financial challenge. The reduced funding from the Government together with the impact of…

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POLICE are appealing for help in identifying a man who they want to speak to in connection with a theft from the BP, Southern Way, Harlow on February 21. A man selected alcohol from the selves and failed to pay. Anyone who can help identify…