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Harlow resident has life-saving liver transplant

By Andrew Impey / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

A HARLOW woman has thanked God for being alive after being told she was only hours from death due to her failing liver. Nina Jaggers, 58, is a devout Seventh-day Adventist, and recently underwent a successful liver transplant. She said: “The faith that I have in place is what brought me through it.” Nina first…

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Harlow student investigates ‘scammers’

By Natalia Dabrowska / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

A HARLOW journalism student found herself in the centre of a possible scam, allegedly raising money for homeless veterans. Natalia Dabrowska was approached by a man with a green and white bucket, who was selling booklets about homeless veterans for £3. However he gave her the booklet for only 65p, but didn’t go into any…

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Gas leak causes traffic chaos in Harlow

By Oliver Robinson / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

EDINBURGH Way, Harlow was evacuated after a gas leak was reported this week (September 20). Police evacuated the surrounding shops and the Esso garage yesterday (20) with the garage still remaining closed the following day to allow Cadent, the gas company responsible for the repairs, to start work. Cadent press office could not identify the…

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Roydon School transformed in just 24 hours

By Natalia Dabrowska / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

  CHILDREN at Roydon Primary Academy have moved from 1980s huts to brand new, modern rooms. During the summer holiday, the school renovated and expanded the facilities in a project that took just 24 hours. Children, who were previously taught in small huts, now have much more spacious classroom and play area. Michael Clark, the…

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Harlow parents set to rock

By Jake Murphy / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

  BURNT Mill Academy is giving parents the chance to go back to school and learn how to play rock music.   Cristin Casey , director of performing arts at the Harlow academy, is hoping to stage a rock event for parents who have learned to play instruments when they were younger but not kept…

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New school to beat critical shortage in Harlow

By Ryan Hardie / 13th September 2018 / 0 Comments

A CRITICAL shortage of school places is forecast in Harlow next year. As a result, a new school is scheduled to open next September. The Sir Frederick Gibberd College will be temporarily located next to Burnt Mill Academy on First Avenue, with the permanent location planned for Tendring Road. An open event at the weekend…

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