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18:44, 3 JUL 2017
Hounslow Isis supporter jailed for life after planning nail bomb attack for Elton John 9/11 anniversary concert
Haroon Syed told the police his phone password was 'Yeah, I.S.I.S. You like that?'
BBC Panorama journalist to give talk raising money for The Urology Foundation
Westminster resident and celebrated journalist Jane Corbin to look at the rise of Osama Bin Laden and the spread of the al-Qaeda terror network.
Meet the Isleworth actor who stars in F1 film Rush
A former businessman who appears in Ron Howard's F1 drama Rush has talked about life in the fast lane.
What's inside your Gazette this week
WE ARE down in the dumps in the Uxbridge and Ruislip editions this week.
Clybourne Park writer has US warmongers in his sights
THE UK premiere of Purple Heart, by Clybourne Park writer Bruce Norris, brings the Gate Theatre's Aftermath season to a fitting close, director Christopher Haydon says
Sacha Baron Cohen atones for the sins of Bruno with this gleefully bad taste fish-out-of-water comedy, which kicks sand in the eye of political correctness.
Southall firefighter runs in New York Marathon
FIREMAN Rene Street did Southall proud when he crossed the finish line at the New York City Marathon.
Shepherd's Bush free school given green light to expand
ANGRY residents have spoken of their disappointment after a Shepherd's Bush free school was granted permission to expand.
'Hounslow youth groups key to preventing terrorism'
YOUTH groups have a vital role to play in preventing the rise of extremism in the borough, Hounslow's council leader said this week.
Extra police in Hillingdon for 9-11 anniversary
HILLINGDON Police has issued the following briefing note advising residents that there will be an increased police presence this weekend, relating to the London riots, and the anniversary of 9/11.
Teacher gives evidence in Westminster at study launch
A TEACHER from Harefield Infant School is back to familiar surroundings after she was called up to give a lesson in parliament.
On the Couch: Psychological Impact of the Japan earthquake
Counsellor and psychotherapist Johanna Sartori is our regular columnist. This week she discusses a story dominating the news - the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
Anti-semitic leaflet sent to Jewish trader
ANTI-SEMITIC material has been hand delivered to a Jewish trader in Rayners Lane who says he now fears for his safety.
My trade: Takeaway man makes tastebuds Tingle
HUNTLEY Tingle knows all about the taste of success.
Based on false premises
I WOULD like to add to the letters that have already been sent concerning the continuing waste of resources and lives in the Afghan conflict.
9/11 and a terrifying New York taxi ride were among the inspirations for Richard Bean's latest play The Big Fellah, about Irish Americans and their influence on the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Harrow mum admits lying to FBI over terror plot
A PREGNANT mother from Harrow last week admitted lying to FBI agents about being embroiled in an apparent terrorism plot.
'This award is for my inspirational parents'
HARROW'S top police officer has been made an OBE for his services to the community in the Queen's birthday honours list.
Calls for Heathrow runways to open 24 hours
VAPOUR trails have once again replaced birdsong as the Heathrow ghost town groans back into action.
A testament to tolerance and unity
THE strength of feeling shown by people standing up for community cohesion at Friday's rally outside Harrow Central Mosque is a testament to the tolerance of the borough.
Plea for calm as protesters head for mosque
HARROW'S senior councillors have made a final show of solidarity against outside extremist groups - who look set to descend on the borough's biggest mosque.
House Guest: We have to give Obama a chance
Part of my recess reading, thinking and press work has been related to my responsibilities as Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs Spokesman.
Police on alert for protest outside Mosque
PROTESTS outside a Harrow mosque have been reorganised as a 9/11 tribute and will be held on a Muslim holy day during Ramadan.
Commons touch: The end of the beginning
TO PARAPHRASE Churchill's famous phrase following the Battle of El-Alamein in the Second World War: we may not have reached the end of the recent twin meltdowns of economic and political confidence, we may not even have reached the beginning of the end, but we may be at the end of the beginning.