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Teen in court over killing of Polish man

Arek Jozwik died after an attack outside a row of shops in Harlow last year Credit: Family picture

A 15-year-old boy's appeared in court in Essex charged with the manslaughter of a Polish man in Harlow. Arek Jozwik, who was 40, was attacked outside a row of shops in August last year. No plea was entered by the 15-year-old and he was bailed to appear before Chelmsford Crown Court on Monday.

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Man charged with attempted murder after Harlow stabbing

The man was stabbed on Christmas Day. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man's been charged with attempted murder following a stabbing in Harlow on Christmas Day.

The victim was stabbed in the neck as he was out walking in the Arkwrights area of the town.

He was airlifted to a hospital in London but has now been discharged after making a good recovery.

42-year-old John-Paul Roberts has now been charged with attempted murder, possession of an offensive weapon and two counts of possession of a Class A drug.

Man stabbed on Christmas Day

Essex Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed in Harlow on Christmas Day..

The victim, aged 34, and from the local area, was walking along the cycle-path in Arkwrights shortly before 12.40pm when he was stabbed in the neck by a man.

He was airlifted to hospital in London. He had suffered a minor puncture wound to his neck. He was treated and then discharged.

Detectives would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident.

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Spurs players spread festive cheer at Harlow hospital

The footballers were kept busy posing for photos with young patients. Credit: Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur players took a break from training to visit children at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow today.

Goalkeeper Michael Vorn, Kyle Walker, Cameron Carter-Wickers and Spurs Ladies player Riana Soobadoo were all hoping to spread some festive cheer on the wards.

They were kept busy chatting to young patients, posing for photos - and even helped with unwrapping presents.

Spurs players visited several hospitals across Essex and North London. Credit: Tottenham Hotspur

Harlow businesses put on Christmas market to try and unite community

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard

Businesses in Harlow have joined forces and put on a Christmas market to encourage people to come back to the area where a Polish man was killed.

39-year-old Arek Jozwik died after he was attacked outside a takeaway shop in the Stow in August.

Traders who work there say it's become a no-go zone and business has suffered. They've put on a market in the town to try to unite the community.

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