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WITH reference to the recent correspondence about housing for local people: Clare Harrison’s original letter was in response to the news that Harlow Council had agreed to build a very small amount of social housing. She expressed the completely understandable frustration of those who have…

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FOR YEARS, our sister paper has been following the plight of council tenants who are afflicted with damp and/or mould in their properties. We have published this blog by Mrs Lodge to illustrate the problems in one part of the county and then hopefully start…

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MEDITATION is an ancient tradition that has been scientifically studied and shown to have a big positive impact on our minds and bodies. It’s easy to learn, but needs regular practice. It’s worth trying – as once you’ve learnt it, you’ll truly have a skill…

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AT the start of the Pop Up Talent project, I could see the potential this project has and how lucky I am to be involved, and how lucky those that would be part of it are. When I was their age, there was nothing like…

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SAM HANNAM’S son Luke has autism. For a while now, Sam has been writng about the experiences and publishing them on http://dansonthunderbolt.wordpress.com You can also follow the blogs on Facebook under Living with Luke. We thought we would drop in on his blog and see…

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PARK HILL resident, Robert Tyler has become a stay at home dad. Robert has been publishing a diary regarding his experiences on his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/diaryofastayathomedad We are going to dip into the diary, now and again and see how things are going with Robert.…

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Life is too short to not be optimistic. It is often that currently things around us discourage us. It’s hard not to be when people constantly say things like that our generation is going to have a hard time finding jobs and that everyone is…

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FAMILIES are much more than groups of individuals. They have their own goals and aspirations. They also are places where every child and adult should feel that he or she is special and be encouraged to pursue his or her own dreams; a place where…

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YOUTH SERVICE cuts will affect the Harlow youth council and the young people of Harlow quite badly. The youth service provide a lot to the young people of Harlow, they are provide a youth centre they can visit where the sexual health clinic is and…

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MANY people say, why volunteer when you can get paid, I say otherwise. People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. For…

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Sir, AS ONE of the thousands of people waiting forever on the council housing list i must ask if you would be so kind as to publish my letter. It is a disgrace that the third generation of the first people to live in Harlow…

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by Nishall Garala Many young people have stop think about further education. I think education is one of the most important things in life. Education is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is one of the most important input a country can make in…

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Perry Williams YOUNG people are really bearing the brunt at the moment, don’t you think? As a recent graduate I surely am feeling the effects of living within “Broken Britain” and there are many young teens living within Harlow who I know for a fact…

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YOUR HARLOW met with Harlow based Essex Ghostbuster Ricky Westall to discuss what it means to be a Ghostbuster in Harlow today, and how he hopes to tackle cancer, as well as the supernatural, by walking eight miles in full Ghostbuster get up. Tell me…

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A Blogpost by Nishall Garala “Hi readers, this is my first blog so let me start by introducing myself. I have been a youth councillor for five years, I’m an ambitious seventeen year old, who organises and partakes in many activities, both in and around…

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By Elizabeth Thomas THE world of complementary therapies is extensive to say the least – there are hundreds out there, from aromatherapy to Zen meditation. Many practitioners work through clinics, beauty salons or sports centres – but others work solo and need a resource forum…