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13:04, 3 MAY 2016
Harrow London Borough Council
'Vital' mental health centre in Harrow saved after nearly 1,800 people sign petition
The Bridge, which supports around 200 people with mental illnesses, will now be run by the council in partnership with the community
Harrow Council leader to step down after two years of service
Councillor David Perry says, while the face at the top will change, the council’s priorities and ambitions will remain the same
Harrow locals of all faiths come together to condemn 'criminal acts' in Paris
In a week after the attacks, which killed more than 120 people, Harrow faith leaders came together to offer condolences and support
Harrow Council: Chief executive Michael Lockwood gets Private Eye Lazarus award for returning months after huge payout
The satirical magazine took note after Labour re-hired their old favourite... but failed to ask him to return his six-figure severance package
Tributes paid to Harrow schoolboy who died during game of football
The head teacher of Whitmore High School has paid tribute to a 'hardworking and bright' student who died during a football game, saying he 'represented the best in all of us'.
Harrow Council propose increase in council tax and plan to cut 135 jobs
Labour claim 52 per cent of residents who took part in the consultation said they wouldn't mind paying more council tax to protect services
Labour scrap plan to hike tax bills for poor and disabled after 'identical' plan is ruled unlawful by Supreme Court
A Harrow Council source claimed the decision was down to 'Labour values', however Conservative opposition say it is 'clear that this U-turn has nothing to do with Labour doing the right thing'
Harrow Council poised to rehire the same chief executive whose job was axed a year ago
Conservative councillors have hit out at the decision, calling it a waste of taxpayer money.
War memorials restored across Harrow in time for Remembrance Day
Harrow Council leader visits restored war memorials across the borough days before Remembrance Day.
Harrow Carers: Charities like us could disappear because of council cuts
Support charity for carers is facing extinction if proposed cuts to voluntary sector funding go ahead.
Harrow Council's volunteer champions scheme relaunched by Labour
Hundreds attended the conference on Wednesday at the Kadwa Patidar Centre, to hear about the expansion of the scheme.
Charities from across Harrow criticise proposed cuts in letter to council leader
Opposition councillors say the open letter confirms that Labour are 'making the wrong choices for our borough'.
Parents voice concern over 'not fit for purpose' temporary Harrow school site
Council insist the site is 'safe and secure' and have begun addressing parents' concerns.
Harrow Arts Centre
Fears over future of arts amid looming Harrow Council cutbacks
Local art centres, libraries and museums are all at risk as the council looks to make £75million in cutbacks.
Council leader: Under One Sky 2014 a 'great' chance for community organisations
David Perry, leader of Harrow Council, said that Under One Sky 2014 showcases the strength of the Harrow community.
Could Under One Sky 2014 be the last?
Budgeting concerns from town hall chiefs voiced this week means that next weekend's festival, Under One Sky 2014, could be the last.
"This is going to be tough" admits Harrow Council leader as reality of cuts kick in
The authority's Labour administration have detailed how it may be forced to cut services and increase council tax.
Harrow Council reinstates chief executive role months after paying £170,000 to scrap it
Harrow taxpayers will pay £160,000-a-year for a chief executive only months after shelling out last year to scrap the post, a move which opposition councillors have condemned.
Council pledges £200,000 to address domestic violence across Harrow's communities
Unveiling the programme, council chief said: "I am so delighted to see this council commit to dedicated, proper funds for a proper plan to tackle this issue."
India Independence Day celebration in Harrow
Indian Association of Harrow marked the day with a special get together.
Harrow Council to restore chief executive months after taxpayers shelled out £170,000 to ditch the role
Labour believe the role at the council is essential, despite the previous administration ditching it months ago.
Outrage as London commuters hit by 3.5 per cent rail fare increase from January
Council leader says commuters are left 'short changed yet again' following the announcemnt.
Gagged councillors welcome new rules to allow filming and tweeting at council meetings
The Conservative leaders were not allowed to sit on cabinet, but now the administration face extra scrutiny with news rules.
Harrow to get 'dirtier' as Labour reduce environmental spending by £172,000
Six jobs are also to go as a result of Councillor David Perry's cuts.