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By Nishall Garala Happy 2019! IT is a week into 2019 and we are getting into the swing of reality after the festive break. Most people will be going back to work, school, uni, etc, but just remember as you go back to your daily…

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The Hyperlocal Bible: Sunday Sunday Jan 6th 6/365 IS there ever a time when there isn’t any news?

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The Hyperlocal Bible Jan 5th, 2019 5/365 IF you are running more than one on-line newspaper, then you need to look for opportunities to get two stories for the price of one (so to speak). Here, I found out the Thurrock are playing Harlow at…

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The Hyperlocal Bible Friday January 4th, 2019 4/365 WE had just been to a meeting with the communications team at Harlow Council. Periodically, we have meets with council comms teams (Harlow and Thurrock), Here I extol the virtues of keeping in touch.

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Thursday January 3rd A few thoughts when a “rival” newspaper makes a bold claim that may just put your hyperlocal news nose out of joint. So a few thoughts on the matter.

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Wednesday January 2nd, 2019 Day 2/365. EXPANDING upon how we feel about comments. Where and when we feel it is necessary to moderate or have a word in the cyber shell-like. Perhaps tomorrows film will be about filming the right way round when you use…

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Opinion-Editorial RECENTLY, we published a story on the progress made by each and every primary school in Harlow. Most of the comments on the story were made on our increasingly popular Facebook page. The comments were reasoned, perceptive and intelligent. Many disagreed with the SATS…

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SINCE May 2017, YourHarlow YH publisher, Michael Casey has published over a hundred v-logs reflecting on the day to day running of a little old on-line newspaper. We say little but YH got just under 1.5 million page views in 2018. This year, he will…

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By Cllr Gavin Callaghan Leader of Basildon Labour JUST when you think it’s going to be a quiet January, you learn that Returning Officers at local authorities have been told to prepare for a snap General Election. I know, you thought you’d drank a lot…

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By Michael Casey I try to keep opinion/personal pieces to a minimum. Infact, out of 3,197 stories published in 2018, I have only written four or five “editorial” pieces. Local news is very important to me otherwise I wouldn’t have published over 46,000 stories on…

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Blogpost by Nishall Garala Hi All, Let me start of by apologising for my lack of blogging over the last few weeks, I’ve been traveling in India as well as attending my cousin’s wedding there. ..and, I must say, India is incredible, and every time…

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Dear Sir, Climate change is a local, national and worldwide issue. We must take action against climate change now! We don’t have time to waste. The UN have said we have 12 years until we reach the point of no return. We must transform our…

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Dear Editor, MANY people may be unaware that overseas nurses working across the NHS in Essex are having to pay hundreds of pounds to access the very services they are helping provide. Having to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge to be able to use NHS…

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Dear Editor, ALMOST every weekday, Church Langley Residents, (and anyone entering Church Langley) are faced with major delays getting out of the area onto the A414. This situation has been getting progressively worse for several years, yet Conservative controlled Essex County Council have done nothing…

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THE newsdesk is often asked by defendants and/or their families to take court stories down. Sometimes they are angry to see their name online. We can understand why they are upset – going to court is traumatic enough without appearing in your local, or sometimes…

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Sir As Councillor for Little Parndon and Hare Street I am very concerned to hear about the proposed cuts by Essex County Council to the Maples respite centre. This centre provides vital respite services to parents with children with complex needs and I personally oppose…