AN Old Harlow councillor has welcomed the decision by Harlow Council over car parking charges in Harlow.
REPRESENTATIVES of the Gypsy and Traveller community have described the news that Harlow Council has withdrawn their application for an injunction against unlawful encampments as “fantastic news”.
IN WHAT may well be seen as a massive u-turn, residents will be able to start using ticket machines again in car parks Harlow Council operates.
AROUND one third of the Essex population are on furlough or universal credit due to Covid-19, it has been revealed.
THE school council at Sir Frederick Gibberd College, in Harlow, met online for their final meeting of the school year.
THE NUMBER of deaths reported to NHS England by Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) remains at 201. There have been no recorded deaths in last forty eight days. The last death was registered on May 25th. YH has asked the press office at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) to detail how many “active” cases of Covid-19 they […]
ESSEX County Council (ECC) has today, Tuesday 14 July, committed to investing over £1.1million into growing the health and social care sector in Essex.
THE practice of refusing to rent homes to those in receipt of housing benefit has been ruled unlawful in the first ‘No DSS’ discrimination case to be heard by a UK court reports Inside Housing
CHILDREN in Harlow are set to benefit from a number of exciting initiatives over the upcoming summer holidays, as Essex County Council have announced a package of measures worth £400,000.
SAVE OUR LIBRARIES ESSEX (SOLE) is demanding that a good stock of printed books are available in library services. SOLE believes these are essential for a library service, and that the inevitable increase in digital use during lockdown…
WEARING a face covering in shops and supermarkets in England is to become mandatory from 24 July.
THE ERA of Harlow being a no-go zone for unlawful traveller encampments may be at an end after Harlow Council withdrew its application to renew a High Court injunction.
HIGH rainfall has inhibited progress on some weather sensitive works this week including the second layer of surfacing (300 metres length from River Way roundabout heading east).
I APPRECIATE that things are bound to get delayed because of Covid but let’s be frank, the length of time that it’s taken to do the roadworks along Edinburgh Way became a joke long before this pandemic.
THIS year marks the 25th anniversary of the atrocities that took place at Srebrenica, which have since been ruled and recognised as genocide by the international courts.
Stop. Swap. GO! campaign launched to help Essex people make the change to sustainable travel A NEW sustainable travel campaign aiming to make it easier for people in Essex to switch from cars to sustainable travel, such as walking, cycling and using the bus has been launched by Essex County Council. Stop. Swap. GO! is […]
AND our young people are particularly badly hit; whereas Harlow has a claimant count of 8.8% for all adults compared to the national average of 6.5%, young people in Harlow aged under 24 years old have a claimant count of 12.9% compared to the national average of 8.7%.
THE cancellation of all rent arrears caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was one of the demands made at a socially-distanced rally in Harlow Town Centre on Friday (10th July) organised by Harlow Coronavirus People Before Profit Action Group, and supported by Harlow Trades Union Council and Harlow Defend Council Housing. Mick Patrick, the Secretary of […]
North Weald Parish council awaiting response from Harlow Council after proposals emerge for tram service
PARISH council officer Adriana Jones told Monday’s parish council meeting that both she and parish clerk Sue De Luca were “very unhappy” that the parish council had not been approached over the proposals.
UNITE, Britain and Ireland’s largest union, is supporting the appeal by the owner of Stansted Airport, announced today (Friday 10 July), against the local council’s refusal to grant permission for the next stage of the airport’s development.
MP Robert Halfon: Education Committee reports that GCSE and A-level results ‘could be affected by bias’
THE cross-party Education Committee’s report acknowledges the swift response of the exam regulator Ofqual and the Government in rising to the immense challenge of devising alternative arrangements for awarding grades
ON THURSDAY, the leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer visited Beard and Fitch, based on Lovet Road in The Pinnacles.
“DECENT Homes for All” will be the central demand of a socially-distanced rally that will take place on Friday (10th July) in Harlow Town Centre. The speakers will be Laura McAlpine, former Labour Parliamentary candidate for Harlow, and Mick Patrick.
THERE is no doubt that the last few months have presented unprecedented challenges for health services and nursing staff across the NHS, primary care, independent sector and community services.