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By Jo O’Reilly There are not many places in town Your Harlow are not willing to go for a story, and the recently uncovered storm drains under Harlow’s Playhouse are no exception. During recent excavation work engineers have uncovered a fascinating series of tunnels deep…

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HARLOW Brass Band achieved a second place on their return to the contesting stage at the recent ODBBA contest. This was the bands first contest for over 10 years since their last appearance at the East Anglican BBA Contest in 2003. There was further success…

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STEWARDS ACADEMY welcomed back Dr Shakoor last week as a visitor to 9CH, the tutor group which his beloved daughter Hira belonged to. It is now a year since the tragic fire which killed his wife and five children and it was an opportunity to…

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HARLOW Council’s annual free admission fireworks night event takes place at the Showground in Harlow Town Park on Sunday 3 November 2013. The Chair of Harlow Council Councillor Linda Pailing will light the bonfire at 6.45pm. There will be a laser show from 6.45pm leading…

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WHAT do you feel passionately enough about to get involved in your community? Do you know someone that already plays a role in your community? As Katherines is on the outskirts of town and has a lack of facilities, onecommunity will be asking people what…

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POLICE are appealing for information about four youths who assaulted a pensioner as he walked through an underpass between Staple Tye and Bishopsfield in Harlow. The man was approached by the youths at around 5.15pm on Wednesday October 16 as he walked back from the…

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A FORUM to showcase manufacturing and engineering excellence and help Harlow businesses grow is being held next week. The Manufacturing and Engineering Forum will take place on Thursday 24 October 2013 from 5pm to 7pm at ScienceAlive which is within Harlow Leisurezone. The forum will…

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MEMBERS of the Harlow community gathered at the Salvation Army hall on Tendring Road to pay tribute to the Shakoor family who tragically lost their life in Barn Mead a year ago. The service was lead by the chaplin of Princess Alexandra hospital, Christine Hawkins…

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A MEMORIAL service will be held tomorrow to mark the one year anniversary of the fatal fire in Barn Mead. The emergency services, staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), local school representatives, Harlow Islamic Centre, local community members and other organisations will be getting together…

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TOMORROW marks the anniversary of the fatal fire in Barn Mead, in which Dr Shakoor tragically lost his wife and five children. Councillor Mark Wilkinson, Leader of Harlow Council, has issued this statement, ‘We will never forget that night and our thoughts continue to be…

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YOUR HARLOW met with Harlow’s very own Magic Man, Andy Jamieson. As well as being the resident magician at West Ham United Football Club, Jamieson is available to book for weddings, corporate events and parties. For more info see his website.

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THERE DOES appear to be something of a wind of change in the way Essex Police are giving an account of themselves in public. Whether it is the installing of chief constable Stephen Kavanagh and police crime commissioner, Nick Alston but there appears to be…

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Update 1300 hrs THE southbound carriageway of the M11 near North Weald was reopened at 11am on Saturday, October 12 following the road crash earlier in the morning. The collision happened when a lorry and a van struck each other shortly before 5am just prior…

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DUE to essential maintenance work to Harlow Council’s payment system, residents will not be able to make payments to the Council with a credit/debit card in person at the Civic Centre, over the phone or on its website on Wednesday 16 October 2013 and Thursday…

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ESSEX County Council will begin a six week formal public consultation into the future of the youth service which will inform its future design and priorities. As a result of further significant cuts to local authority funding it is essential to review and consider the…

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OVER 250 of the great and the good of Harlow gathered at the Manor of Groves for the Heart4Harlow awards. Burnt Mill Academy was awarded a prize in recognition of their excellence. And staying with education, Passmores head-teacher Vic Goddard also received an award for…