HARLOW took another step towards rivalling America’s famous Silicon Valley with the signing of a multi-million pound deal for a new medical technology centre in Harlow that will create 500 jobs.
WITH the now empty The Square falling into disrepair, we asked the owners, Circle Housing, what their plans were for the building.
TWO colleges have joined forces in a Home Office-funded project exploring the themes of community cohesion and the issues of far-right extremism.
WEST Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will take on fully delegated commissioning responsibilities for general practice from 1 April 2017. While the legal liability for primary care will remain with NHS England (NHSE), the CCG will buy and plan the care that people receive in GP practices
Essex County Council Notice of Election Notice of Election of County Councillors for County Divisions within the Epping Forest District. One County Councillor to be elected per the following divisions: Buckhurst Hill & Loughton South Chigwell & Loughton Broadway Epping & Theydon Bois Loughton Central North Weald & Nazeing Ongar & Rural Waltham Abbey Notice […]
‘MY congratulations go out to the Chief constable and all his staff, particularly those officers and police staff who are on the front line of tackling crime in Essex, for the recent HMIC report which grades them as ‘good’ for police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy.
MOTHER’S Day is rightly a day when we celebrate and thank Mums for all they do for their families and the wider community.
AN innovative road treatment is being trialled to target patchy local roads in Harlow.
HOW a town can say it is celebrating its 70th birthday this week/month/year and yet right in the middle let a building, that meant so much to so many people, just rot, decay and fester.
IF, a few years from now, there are problems with new housing estates on Harlow’s southern border, then the Harlow Conservative and UKIP councillors may tell you that “they told you so”.
DRIVERS, business owners and residents are invited to attend an exhibition to learn about planned maintenance works on the M11 and the A120 taking place throughout the next year.
RESIDENTS wanting to report an issue on the county’s roads can now do it quicker and easier thanks to improvements to Essex County Council’s highways website.
LABOUR to fight for Essex’s fair share of the £2 billion Adult Social Care announced in last week’s budget.
MP Liam Byrne met Harlow Councillor Ian Beckett, and ADAS’s Chair of Trustees Susan Cross and Chief Executive Gareth Clement, to talk about the Children of Alcoholics Manifesto and to learn more about ADAS’s vital work
East Herts Council collects all the council tax but keeps only 10% of the total, with the balance going to Hertfordshire County Council (77%), Hertfordshire Police Authority (9%) and the town or parish council (4%).
“A wholesale betrayal of the self- employed” and “Industrial scale suffering due to social care cuts”; Harlow Labour Party responds to the Conservatives’ Spring Budget
A proposal which could see mental health patients housed in metal shipping container-type ‘pods’ in North Weald has been described as an “extremely risky project”.
ESSEX County Council has hailed a “milestone year” for the county’s road infrastructure after the Government pledged £14 million towards a new congestion-busting junction on the M11 near Harlow as part of this year’s Spring Budget announcement.
DIGITAL leaders have stated that health and social care providers could see the biggest benefit from public sector digital services when polled at the Smart Essex Digital Summit.
A JOINT-action group against the proposed Junction 7a of the M11 has slammed the planning mechanism for the new road.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon, has reacted to the budget delivered by the chancellor of the exchequer, Phillip Hammond on Wednesday afternoon.
Harlow business leader and councillor say “More than a talking shop needed for mental health changes”.
IAN Hudson from Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce and Councillor Ian Beckett, Harlow Council’s Mental Health Champion have committed to do more to help local businesses rise to the challenges of mental health in the workplace.
MORE than 20 suspected drug dealers were arrested, and drugs, weapons and vehicles were seized during a week of action aimed at cracking down on drug and gang-related crime.
A CHAIN of job fairs is sweeping across Essex in hope of boosting employment, to ensure local people are aware there are many opportunities available.