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Tory candidate elected to Brent Council after winning Kenton by-election

A turnout of 23% was recorded in the Kenton ward with the Conservative candidate scoring more than 1,000 votes

£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.

Peter Nagay at the 2014 Run Wembley

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

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.

Gunman who shot partygoer at 18th birthday party hunted by police

The party was advertised on social media, leading to many unwelcome guests

'Electric atmosphere' at St Luke's Hospice's annual Santa Dash

Dressed in the traditional red and white coat, 400 runners took part in the Kenton-based charity's annual Santa Dash race, held this year around Pinner

Harrow Means Business expo today: a chance to network, get advice and learn

Anyone who owns a firm or thinking of setting one up should attend Harrow civic Centre in Station Road, Harrow, today between 9am and 5pm for guidance and help from experts

Arty students spruce up park wall with mural

Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Donnington Road, Kenton, added the artwork to the wall in Woodcock Park at the invitation of Friends of Woodcock Park and wall owner John Hutton

car crash police

Motorist who left woman seriously injured in Kenton road crash is jailed

Kevin Noel, of Drayton Green, west London, imprisoned for 17 months and banned from driving for four years after hitting Minaben Shah in Kenton Road, Kenton, on September 30 last year

Wider range of treatments at St Luke's Hospice's new £600,000 Woodgrange Centre

Patients can receive more flexible complimentary therapy and consultations thanks to Kenton-based charity's extension

North London Half Marathon school challenge set for children in Brent and Barnet

The 12 week programme will encourage pupils to run the equivalent of a mile a week in the lead up to the Vitality North London Half Marathon.

War memorials restored across Harrow in time for Remembrance Day

Harrow Council leader visits restored war memorials across the borough days before Remembrance Day.

Celebrities take over tube Tannoys for Poppy Day

Famous voices ranging from Brian Blessed and Stephen Fry to John Terry and the man who does the X Factor will be making tube announcements for London Poppy Day on Thursday (October 30)

Inquest told how 'happy and healthy' Harrow mum killed her two children and took her own life

Jeyavani Vageswaran of Harrow took her own life after unlawfully killing her two sons, the North London coroners rules.

Harrow dad who fraudulently claimed over £50,000 housing benefits is jailed

Abdul Murshid from Kenton claimed £900 per month in housing benefits while his rent at the part ownership property only amounted to £200 per month.

Rape and sexual assault suspect appears in court

The defendant will next appear on October 3, and is yet to enter a plea.

Macmillan Coffee Morning at West Middlesex University Hospital

Where are the Macmillan Big Coffee Mornings taking place in Harrow and Brent?

We list the individuals, organisations and charities hosting coffee mornings in aid of the Macmillan Cancer Support next week

Over £4,000 raised for Hospice by runners taking park in Wembley's Run to the Beat event

Wembley hosted Run to the Beat on Sunday, September 14, over 15,000 people took part including 20 locals who were raising money for St Luke's Hospice in Harrow.

Police shut down brothel in Kenton that touted for business on internet

The address in Northwick Avenue, Kenton has been given a closure order for three months which became active from September 4 until December 4.

Man arrested on suspicion of sexual assault in Wembley questioned over alleged Harrow rape

A 20-year-old man has been arrested and is being questioned by officers in connection with other sexual assaults in the area.

In pictures: Brent councillors take the Ice Bucket Challenge

See the pictures of Brent councillors Muhammed Butt, Michael Pavey, Roxanne Mashari and James Denselow getting a soaking for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Brent students celebrate raging success in A level results

Hard working students in Brent managed to maintain an overall performance, with 98 per cent of pupils scoring A* to E grades.

Bombay bicycle boys cycle from Stanmore to Paris, hoping to raise £7,000

A group of nine lads will be cycling from Stanmore to Paris on Saturday to raise money for charity.

Fundraising family team up to raise thousands of pounds

The Cohen family completed a whole host of fundraising challenges in one week in memory of their beloved Alan Rustin from Stanmore who died aged 74 and to raise money for Harrow's St Luke's Hospice.

Sixteen pupils from JFS are heading to Oxford and Cambridge

The school in The Mall, Kenton had 80 per cent of its pupils achieve an A*, A or B grade and 50 per cent of its students achieved and A* or A grade.

Gallery: Gardener manages to grow tropical bananas in West London home after eight years

Banana trees are finally bearing fruit after seven years of failed attempts.

Harrow's Heroes nominee Sandra Walsh, manager of Harrow Foodbank, in Rosslyn Crescent, Harrow, second from left with, from left to right, volunteers Annette Wills, Janet Henderson and Matthew Rackham

Harrow Foodbank volunteer nominated for Harrow's Heroes award

Sandra Walsh put forward by team in Bringing People Together category

Cricket round-up: HSM slump to bottom; defeat for Friends United

Saints lose crucial basement battle to Eascote and now look certs for relegation

Creative children from a school in Kenton unveil mosaic for learning disability charity

Year four pupils from Sinai School in Shakespeare Drive, Kenton unveiled a mosaic they prepared for Norwood’s Ravenswood village in Berkshire.

Rotarians welcome young visitors from Continental and Eastern Europe

Banners exchanged between Rotary Club of Northwick Park

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