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IN A letter to the Sunday Telegraph, the chairman of the Net Zero Scrutiny Group of Conservative MPs, has called for the removal of VAT and environmental levies on domestic energy and to end the Climate Change Levy on business energy use. It comes among…

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Sir,  THIS month, the new Conservative Council in Harlow will become the first in our town’s history to reduce the amount of Council Tax that residents pay to Harlow Council. Not only will residents pay less Council Tax to Harlow Council than they did last…

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Dear Editor, ISN’T it time that fireworks should now be banned to the public unless done by an organisation…they are terrifying  the elderly, the children & especially the pets and me. I am an elderly person and have oxygen in my home to be able…

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THE LEADER of the Harlow Labour group is in positive mood as we step into 2022. Councillor Chris Vince said: “2021 has been a difficult year for many of us with the Covid 19 pandemic still very much with us. My biggest hope for 2022…

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Professor Gino Martini -Harlow Based Professor and former Chief Scientist for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Trustee of Harlow Health Centres Trust (www.HHCT.org.uk) FOLLOWING from my last two blogs – I wanted to update folks with pride on how the Team at the Lister Medical…

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By Michael Casey On March 1st, 2020, I published my first story on Covid-19. Since then I have published over 1300 stories on the subject. Back in March 2020, I was interviewed by BBC Look East outside William Martin School when the building was undergoing…

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Dear Editor, I remember writing to YourHarlow last year to thank our emergency services who are giving up their festive period to keep us safe and commenting what an extra ordinary year it had been and how now more than ever they deserve our thanks. …

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Dear Sir, HAVING attended the Little Parndon public meeting on Friday I was somewhat angry and fed up. The meeting was due to start at 4pm but the police never turned up till 4.20pm. The turn out was very small which seemed strange to me. A question…

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By Prof Gino Martini, Chief Scientist at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Trustee at Harlow Health Centres Trust (https://hhct.org.uk/) Volunteer at Lister Health Centre Why Boosting has given me the boost – the importance of volunteering and giving I am now back volunteering again at the…

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By Nishall Garala IN life, one thing is inevitable and that is change, sometimes it can be planned, sometimes it can just happen. Change can be either a blessing or a curse … It makes sense when change is happening it can be daunting, especially…

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Sir, It wasn’t until The Great Stink of 1858 literally hit Parliamentarians sitting in the chamber that real action was taken to combat pollution in The Thames. Parliament were behind developments, slow to act, apparently Liverpool City father’s had already begun to tackle drainage issues…

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Sir, THE discovery that the warehouses that have devastated the lives of Bynghams residents were allowed to be moved closer to homes by the former Labour Councillor Phil Waite,behind closed doors, without the consent of the planning committee is frankly disgraceful. The fact he signed…

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Dear Sir, Cllr Wilkinson and I tend to agree on most housing and homelessness issues, and I am glad he notes the support provided by this government to reduce homelessness and rough sleeping. Just for the record, Harlow received a total of £1,065,643 in grants…

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Dear Editor, I would like to thank the two chaps from Harlow Council (I think), who stayed with my 16 year old son at the Harlow skate park, after he had a fall and it looked like he had broken his ankle. Many thanks. Thanks…

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Dear Editor,  It is sad to see that some unauthorised traveller encampments have returned to Harlow. This has only been allowed to happen because the previous Labour Council did not renew the injunction our town had.  Harlow was blighted by hundreds of unauthorised encampments a…

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By Michael Casey I WON’T take long with this because I prefer to look forward rather than hark back. And the clue is in the title of this digital newspaper. It is YourHarlow not my Harlow. But as I turn sixty on November 24th, I…