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Wealdstone Tesco Express store on list of 43 due to be axed nationally

Tesco is poised to wield the axe at its store in Wealdstone as part of a nationwide closure programme.

£20,000 reward for information on murder of much-respected Harrow pensioner

Six years on from the murder of an elderly woman mugged for her empty handbag, detectives are renewing appeals for witnesses and information.

World's first drive-through Gas and Gear to open in Wembley

The store will be the world's biggest Gas and Gear outlet and the first of the company's drive-throughs ever to open.

Take part in this year's Run Wembley in aid of St Luke’s Hospice

Peter Nagay at the 2014 Run Wembley
Runners are being sought for this year's Run Wembley event in aid of St Luke's Hospice with organisers saying it will be a great community day.

Trial date set for Hayes man accused of death by dangerous driving after Harrow horror smash

Faye Norris
Mum Faye Norris died earlier this month from injuries sustained in the crash – and now Carl Morris is told when he will stand trial accused of causing her death.

New boss sends warning to his Boro troops

Saturday's game may be the only chance Harrow players get to shine

Goalkeeper James Shea commits future to AFC Wimbledon

New long-term Kingsmeadow contract for former Harrow Borough shot-stopper

Baker appointed as new Harrow Borough manager

Former Chipstead boss will take over from Dave Anderson

Chiswick RNLI lifeboat station second busiest in UK and Ireland

Chiswick crew rescued 116 people and saved 11 people's lives on the River Thames last year

Food Review: Chelsea's opulent Japanese restaurant Zinnia is like something from a top lifestyle magazine

Zinnia, 86 Fulham Road, Chelsea
Adrian Seal eats at Zinnia, 86 Fulham Road, Chelsea SW3 6HR Telephone 0207 052 0052

Award-winning magicians coming to Beck Theatre in February

The Champions of Magic
The Champions of Magic to perform two shows on Valentine’s Day

Old Oak Common regeneration gets green light

Boris Johnson says it will provide 24,000 new homes, more than 55,000 jobs plus an HS2 station and Crossrail

Brent Council to offer incentives to local businesses to pay the London Living Wage

Representatives from local living wage accredited businesses (L to R: HSBC, Synergy Vision and Barclays) with Brent Council leader Muhammed Butt and the council’s employment and skills, Councillor Roxanne Mashari.
Low-paid workers could be in for a pay rise after Brent Council adopted a new policy of incentivising businesses to pay staff the Living Wage.

Library campaigners win grant from Brent Council to continue clubs and classes

Preston Road Library campaigners, a year after it was closed by Brent Council
The community also hopes to re-establish a book lending service at the former Preston Library building.

Hayes brace helps St Joseph's U17s beat leaders Town

Youth football round-up also featuring Harrow St Mary's

Harrow's Mitchell Smith wins WBO European super-featherweight title

The Baby-Faced Assassin records 10th victory by beating Zoltan Kovacs

Middlesex U14s will learn from disappointment of cup exit

Coach Chris Ampofo insists his boys will take plenty away from their 4-1 loss

Harrow

Harrow is the largest district in northwest London. It has a large town centre boasting two shopping centres and shops throughout Station Road and College Road. It is home to a University of Westminster campus and is widely known for Harrow School, and Harrow County School.

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