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ESSEX Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage following an incident in Newhall, Harlow. It was reported that an assault took place at 12:30pm on Saturday 18 September at Milestone Road, junction with Etchels Road and involved a woman and two men. A…

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NOMINATIONS for the Harlow Town Centre Awards 2021 can now be made online at www.harlowtowncentre.co.uk/nominate. There are 14 award categories varying from Retailer of the Year, Community & Voluntary Organisation or Project of the Year to Employee of the Year. This year’s awards will celebrate…

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HARLOW College can’t wait to welcome you back on campus for their first Open Evening in over 18 months. Join them on Thurs 14 Oct 5-8pm. Apprenticeships, A Levels, T Levels, Supported Studies and lots more! Booking is essential, please go to: http://harlow-college.ac.uk

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AN appeal has been made to help a popular Harlow man who has been suddenly struck down with a brain illness. Daniel Clark was taken into hospital seriously ill and is now battling Encephalitis which is inflammation of the brain. Dan has lost all speech and…

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ON Saturday 25th September, following up on reports from concerned members of the public, officers from Harlow Town Centre Team attended a report of motorised scooters being ridden in an anti-social manner on Church Langley Playing Fields. PC Emily Cross said ‘Two riders were given…

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CESL the leading financial services company, which, is relocating its headquarters to Harlow later this year has announced three members of its team have been shortlisted for awards for women working in the sector.  The finalists have been shortlisted for awards including: ‘Team Player of…

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THE government is to suspend competition law to allow oil firms to target fuel deliveries at petrol stations following recent panic buying reports the BBC. Officials said the move would make it easier for companies to share information and prioritise parts of the country most…

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IT HAS been another difficult day at petrol stations in Harlow. Queues had started up in the early morning. Our films below show the state of play at the Texaco garage on Tillwicks Road and the two stations on the A414 near the M11. St…

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A MAN has been charged with murder following the death of a man in Nazeing yesterday. Police were called to Palmers Grove at around 7.15am on (Saturday 25 September) to reports of a man in his 30s injured. Sadly, he later died at the scene.…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. The report covers UK figures; Princess Alexandra Hospital figures; the…

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ON FRIDAY afternoon, members of the Save Our Stort campaign invited Harlow MP Robert Halfon to travel down the River Stort in order to get a better idea of the beauty of the area on the edge of Harlow. YH went along and after the…

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WATCHING obscene content on Valentine’s Day, using recording devices and even urinating on furniture are just some of the reasons people in Essex have been banned from the county’s libraries. A Freedom of Information request, submitted by the LDRS, revealed over 100 people have been…

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A CORRUPT Met officer admitted hiding a ‘box of cash’ for her bent copper husband when her house was raided by police reports the Mirror. Shareen Kashif, 29, from Woodcroft in Harlow admitted knowing her husband, who was also a Met officer, was involved in…

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UP to 10,500 lorry drivers and poultry workers can receive temporary UK visas as the government seeks to limit disruption in the run-up to Christmas reports the BBC. The government confirmed that 5,000 fuel tanker and food lorry drivers will be eligible to work in…

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HUNDREDS of parents and pupils flocked to St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School on Thursday night. It was ständing room only when Headteacher Mrs Heaphy made her speech at the Tripton Road school. After her speech, parents were taken on a tour of the many…

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A MAN has been arrested and a murder investigation has started following the death of a man in Nazeing. Police were called to Palmers Grove at around 7.15am today to reports a man in his 30s was injured.Sadly, he later died at the scene. A…