Waltham Abbey pensioner talks about his experience in the Armed Forces

By Z Betton / 14th June 2019 / 0 Comments

Journalism student Z Betton went behind the scenes with a retired councillor to hear his thrilling story about serving in the Armed Forces. A PENSIONER from Waltham Abbey opens up about his experience in the army during his much younger years. Graham Sinclair-Pilch, 64, served eight years in the Armed Forces, he volunteered to join…

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Essex teen opens up about her near death experience

By Z Betton / 7th June 2019 / 0 Comments

Journalism student Z Betton interviewed a 19-year-old student about a horrific moment that she thought would be the end of her life. A TEENAGER from Essex has gone into detail about the terrifying night that she thought would mark the date of her death. Fucshia Dyvontae, 19, was involved in a dangerous car crash at…

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Harlow College “Rent” performance review

By Z Betton / 7th June 2019 / 0 Comments

ON THURSDAY, May 16, I had the pleasure of watching Rent, a show effortlessly performed by the college’s talented Performing Arts students. Rent was about a tight-knit group of friends who each had different passions for different things, and throughout the play they end up hurting and forgiving each other. They also each lose somebody…

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Roydon Primary Academy pupils take on various leadership roles

By Z Betton / 7th June 2019 / 0 Comments

PUPILS at Royden Primary Academy have been appointed as leaders across their school, and have taken on new responsibilities. Posts to be leaders in writing, reading, maths, science, PE and house champions launched at the academy last year. Eager and dedicated pupils have gone through an application process this year, completing a form to list…

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Harlow College spreads awareness for Breast Cancer

By Z Betton / 9th November 2018 / 0 Comments

BREAST cancer awareness has been brought to Harlow College by Skylight restaurant manager, Jenny Reynolds. From personal experience, Jenny thought it would best to spread awareness for breast cancer throughout the college. Thus, she is currently hosting an event that encourages people to wear the colour pink for the day to help raise money for…

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Harlow students spend a day in the ‘real’ world

By Z Betton / 19th October 2018 / 0 Comments

BURNT Mill Academy (BMA) has hosted its first ever Careers Day for Year 11 students. Suited and booted in business attire, students from BMA spend a whole day dedicated to their desired future careers. They took part in mock interviews, were given the best tips for their CV’s, and listened to professionals from various industries…

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Police crackdown on reckless motorcyclists in Harlow

By Z Betton / 21st September 2018 / 0 Comments

RECKLESS motorcyclists are being targeted by Essex police and Harlow council. An abundance of people in Harlow have been killed in fatal accidents involving illegal motorcyclists. As a result of this, Harlow Town Council has decided to take consequential action and are working in partnership with Essex police to combat illegal motorcycling, so that the…

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