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14:53, 20 JUN 2014
Brent London Borough Council
Brent council accused of being 'disrespectful' to graves
Bereaved relatives are furious after learning religious ornaments and personal trinkets left at graves in Carpenders Park Cemetery are ‘disrespectfully’ being removed.
NHS trust: Northwick Park Hospital needs an extra 123 beds
Local MP warns £23.4 million funding shortfall in coming in the next year to make matters worse.
Harrow MP Bob Blackman among rebel Tories who tried to block HS2 bill
Bob Blackman MP sought to halt bill's progress through Parliament yesterday but Labour sided with majority of Government MPs to force second reading
Officers recommend council throw out caravan site application, opposed by more than 4,000
Thousands of neighbours of the Broadfields Country Club called on Harrow Council to block the building of a caravan site when handing in a record-breaking petition which notched up 4,228 signatures.
London Living Wage "crisis" in Harrow, as constituency is rated as the third worst in UK for pay
The "shocking" figures reveal that almost half of Harrow West is not paid £8.80 an hour or more
Veteran Labour politician Tony Benn dies, aged 88
Tributes have poured in from all sides of the political arena for Tony Benn, who died in his West London home surrounded by loved ones
Harrow loses 27 per cent of its police officers in three years
Boris Johnson's office reassures Observer over staffing, but Harrow West MP says situation is 'worrying'.
Residents, politicians and community groups gather to discuss environment
Members from the Harrow Friends of the Earth, Stanmore Society, and Pinner Association quizzed a panel on the future of Harrow.
New look post office reopens in South Harrow
The branch, in Northolt Road, South Harrow, was refurbished as a part of Post Office plans to modernise their network and extend the opening hours.
Northwick Park Hospital
NHS waiting times may be worse than we think in North West London, MP warns
A national body has produced a report indicating that data problems could have led to mis-recorded data in hospital's across North West London.
Gareth Thomas reselected as Labour candidate for Harrow West
Labour's Harrow West MP Gareth Thomas was reselected by the Labour Party this week to contest his constituency against Tory candidate Hannah David.
MP Gareth Thomas urges carers to seek support available to them
Call comes in light of statistics which show there are 1,158 carers who are eligible but not currently claiming any carers allowance in Harrow.
'We are a success story of multicultural Britain': Labour select Uma Kumaran as Harrow East 2015 candidate
Uma Kumaran was selected by Labour members on Saturday after putting herself forward in a women-only campaign and is delighted to have her party put their faith in her at just 27 years of age.
Cuts are taking their toll on Harrow police, MP warns
Cuts to public services taking impacting on the number of solved crimes in Harrow according to new date
New shadow minister for Europe Gareth Thomas warns economic stability should be the priority, not EU referendum
Harrow West MP appointed as Labour's shadow minister for Europe has warned that a referendum could destabilise the economy.
Harrow West MP raises £1,600 for Parkinson's UK
Gareth Thomas, Labour MP for Harrow West, presented a cheque for £1,600 to the charity after undergoing three gruelling triathlons in May, June and July.
Sixteen per cent of Harrow adults are 'higher risk drinkers'
AN MP has voiced his concern over figures that show 16 per cent of people in Harrow are classified as higher-risk drinkers.
Harrow MP raises £1,500 via trio of triathlons
A POLITICIAN who swapped speaking in parliament for swimming, cycling and running has completed his own mini fundraising challenge.
Hospital bosses vow to tackle A&E crisis
HOSPITAL bosses say they are working hard to try to reduce the queues at an overburdened A&E that have concerned politicians and the public.
Meerting in bid to secure funding for desperate schools
LEADING figures have met education minister David Laws in a bid to secure extra funding for school builds, in a bid to meet an unprecedented demand for places.
Revealed: Harrow loses out on 22 per cent of police officers since 2010
THE NUMBER of police officers in Harrow has fallen by 22 per cent, leading to an MP calling on the Mayor of London to rethink his ‘reckless’ plans.
Confusion over borough A&E emergency waits
HEALTH bosses have been accused of creating ‘confusion’ about A&E services as people face longer waits in emergencies.
Removal of dog poo bins will be 'huge health risk'
PARK users are concerned about parks being littered with mess if dog poo bins are removed by the council.
The Virgin In The Ice: Medieval murder mystery at Theatre Royal
THERE'S a chill wind blowing through The Theatre Royal, Windsor, this week.