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Dr Mike Gogarty PUBLIC health in Essex is falling at a “horrendous decline” with high rates of obesity, suicide and alcohol misuse, a doctor has said reports the Local Democracy Reporter. Dr Mike Gogarty has set out that physical activity, weight management, alcohol and loneliness…

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WHILE many will have seen the announcement that Harlow Council is opposing growth to the south and west of Harlow, what you may not be aware of is what we are in danger of losing – the fight for allocation of council housing which will…

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HARLOW Council’s Environmental Health and Legal teams have once again successfully prosecuted an individual for noise nuisance over excessively loud dance music being played from their home. A number of complaints had been received from residents in the Arkwrights area, which led to an investigation…

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A HARLOW resident and a Great Parndon councillor failed in their bid to have a planning application for the Three Horseshoes pub rejected. Local resident Brian Murphy and councillor David Carter detailed their concerns to the planning committee on Wednesday night. But the committee told…

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ENGLAND’S Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty and Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Jon Van-Tam, are to face questions from the Education Committee, which is Chaired by Harlow’s MP, Robert Halfon, on the inclusion of children in the Government’s Covid-19 vaccination programme. Prof Whitty and his…

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A LEADING Harlow councillor denied that the new Conservative administration has plans to introduce entry fees to Pet’s Corner. Portfolio Holder for Community Resilience, cllr Joel Charles was responding to questions from Labour councillor Jean Clark. You can follow the exchange from the 5 minute…

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THE government is considering offering emergency state-backed loans to energy companies as firms battle to stay afloat amid surging gas prices reports the BBC. Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng is holding crisis talks on Monday morning. Smaller suppliers face ruin as price hikes have made their…

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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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SINCE March 2020, YourHarlow (YH) has published over 1300 stories on Covid-19. From the very beginning, our editorial line has been that we report the facts. Our editor appeared on BBC Look East in March 2020 when William Martin school on Tawneys Road had shut…

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LORRY drivers and warehouse workers at four Tesco distribution centres have rejected a below inflation pay offer. If members vote for strike action, Tesco’s shelves will quickly become empty this winter, potentially affecting the Christmas period, Unite, the UK’s leading union, has warned. Following a consultative…

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THAT’S the question asked by veteran Labour councillor Mike Danvers on Thursday night at a meeting of the full council. The questions and answers can be seen below. Follow film from the 9.45 point https://youtu.be/0nduxoZd4ts After the meeting, cllr Danvers said: ” It was revealed…

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HARLOW Council has agreed to oppose development around the south and west of Harlow as a result of concerns many residents have about the impact developments will have on the town and its existing infrastructure and services. The decision follows Harlow councillors debating and unanimously…

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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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HARLOW Council has taken action to stop a developer from carrying out overnight construction work on the Icon warehouse site following concerns raised by residents. The council was alerted to a letter sent to residents and planning officers immediately contacted the developer warning them that…

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MORE than £1,500 was raised for charity at the Chair of Harlow Council’s golf day held at Canons Brook Golf Club on Friday 3 September 2021. The money will be split at the end of year between Councillor Clive Souter’s chosen charities – dementia care…

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Dear Editor, THE pandemic’s not over. Thousands of people have lost their lives in this country; plenty have lost their jobs. Foodbanks are experiencing a boom.  Of course, people struggled before Covid-19. Families desperately needed foodbanks and those in need included working people. It’s a…