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17:41, 3 NOV 2017
Make sure you fill up your petrol tank this weekend as prices are set to soar, according to the RAC
The RAC has said the price rises are "very worrying"
Hypermiling: What's it all about and is it dangerous?
You may have heard about controversial driving techniques called known as 'hypermiling'?
Brent London Borough Council
Your letters this week (September 27)
Can I come to Mr Daniel’s party?
Cllr Julian Bell: A tough and challenging first year
Ealing Council leader Julian Bell looks back on his first year at the helm of the borough, in our latest Constituency Matters column.
Virendra Sharma MP: Osborne’s plan is hurting but not working
Chancellor George Osborne’s reckless policies to cut too deep and too fast are hurting families here in Ealing.
Harrow London Borough Council
Drivers see red at parking hike
DRIVERS and traders are furious that they will be hit in the pocket by above-inflation rises at many of Harrow's car parks.
Flypast: A very British Air affair
IN THE years before Heathrow's once-expansive network of domestic destinations was given a more severe pruning than a holly tree in a nudist camp, it was possible to fly from the airport to all manner of destinations throughout the British Isles.
Cuts in price of oil not being passed on here
It is very interesting to note that, after all last week's hype, locally petrol prices have not fallen below £1 per litre for unleaded and are still sitting at £1.02-£1.03 (at the time of writing).
Police's petrol bill could see officers back on beat
Rocketing fuel prices could have an unexpected side effect - more police patrolling our streets.
Petrol thefts on increase
The number of motorists in Harrow driving off from petrol stations without paying has increased in the past six months.
Crossman is in the race for the Davies seat
Rayners Lane resident Herbert Crossman has thrown his name into the hat to contest the controversial by-election in Haltemprice and Howden next Thursday.
Harrow man joins by-election hopefuls
Rayners Lane's very own Herbert Crossman has vowed to address issues that really matter to people if he is elected as MP for Haltemprice and Howden.
Driving home the point about high fuel prices
Everyone has been feeling the effects of hikes in fuel prices across the country so Observer reporter ELAINE OKYERE went to see just how it is affecting motorists in Harrow.