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Missing student nurse worked at Essex hospital before moving to Glasgow

Karen Buckley was last seen in the early hours of Sunday. Credit: PA wire.

A student nurse who has gone missing from Glasgow worked at an Essex hospital before moving to Scotland.

Karen Buckley, 24, has not been seen since the early hours of Sunday.

Today police confirmed they had arrested a 21-year-old man after "human remains" were found on a farm in the north of Glasgow.

Miss Buckley worked at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow before moving to study nursing at the Glasgow Caledonian University.

Police said she had travelled widely and knew how to take care of herself.

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Woman, 84, pushed to ground during robbery

An 84-year-old woman was pushed to the floor during a robbery in Harlow. Credit: ITV News Anglia.

An 84-year-old woman was pushed to the ground as she was robbed by two youths in Essex.

The victim was walking along the pavement on Pyenest Road in Harlow just before 12.30pm on Tuesday.

The two suspects were riding a white, red and blue moped. They pushed her onto the pavement as they passed and stole her grey leather handbag which contained her purse, cash, bank cards, and keys.

She suffered multiple injuries to her wrist, face, hands and body.

"This was a nasty robbery that has left the elderly victim with multiple injuries and feeling shaken."

– DS Tina Hart, Essex Police.

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Harlow Council granted temporary injunction to stop illegal traveller encampments

The High Court's granted a temporary injunction to Harlow council allowing them to stop unauthorised traveller encampments. Credit: ITV News Anglia

The High Court has granted a temporary injunction to Harlow council allowing them to stop unauthorised traveller encampments.

Harlow and Essex County Council applied to the High Court for the injunction to prevent travellers using two illegal sites in the town.

They have also applied to protect more than 400 other vulnerable areas. .

Essex: Plans agreed to turn street lights back on in Harlow

Harlow Council has voted to increase council tax so it can switch the town's street lights back on. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Harlow Council has voted to increase council tax so it can switch the town's street lights back on.

Last night the council agreed to raise the tax by 1.5% to raise £100,000.

The money will be used to keep the lights burning at night.

Essex County Council had been switching off the lights between midnight and 5 am.

The council tax increase will add an extra 7p a week to a Band D bill.

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