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Why space is making London's small businesses feel like an alien in their own city

Steve Warwick, FSB Greater London regional chairman, on one of the biggest issues facing businesses in west London right now

Harrow's parks recognised among some of the best in the UK

Five parks in the borough were awarded the Green Flag award after they were judged to have been excellent by Keep Britain Tidy

Man to take on Prudential Ride London for Michael Sobell Hospice in memory of father

Nigel Wakefiled will be cycling the 100 mile course with the hopes of raising £500 for the hospice

Minister Nick Hurd visits BBOXX to see how Chiswick is helping to light up Africa

DFID's Energy Africa campaign aims to reach all of Africa's off-grid communities by 2030

Queen's award for Hounslow Guides and Brownies champion for 30 years of service

Over three decades Patricia Spencer has revived the 1st Hounslow Guides and rescued troubled 1st Hounslow Brownies and 6th Hounslow Brownies

Pinner beauty queen teen is gunning for Miss England crown

The drama and dance student needs the public's support to be in with a chance of making it to the final 15

Dentist offered treatment in exchange for hugs and kisses

Parag Patel, who lives in Pinner and worked in Marylebone, was removed from the dentists' register for misconduct

Ruislip pensioners delight after young heroes find missing cat after five weeks

A Ruislip pensioner was delighted when two young schoolboys found her cat who had been missing for five weeks

Fire stations across west London to celebrate 150 years of the Brigade

Fire rescue demonstrations and a chance to meet your local firefighters are among the fun-packed family days being held across west London

Pinner first aid trainer to present nation's biggest first aid lesson on school live stream

Lisa Pascoulis will be co-presenting the lesson to primary schools across the country alongside TV's kids health expert Dr Ranj

Met Office issues warning of heavy rain and lightning for west London

Heavy rain is being predicted by the Met Office which have the chance to develop into thundery showers

Pinner man set for round-the-world adventure when he cycles 46,000 miles over five years

Adam Sultan will also work 80 different jobs as he completes his mammoth cycling challenge

Car crashes into Pinner house after being stolen during a burglary in west Harrow

Police were called to Pinner Road on Tuesday (May 31) at 4.30am after they received reports of a Skoda Octavia crashing into the house

Supermarket opening times for the Spring Bank Holiday

Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose on May 30

Former Northwood teacher spared immediate jail term for making indecent image of child

Barry Abraham, formerly of St Martin's Preparatory School, had been charged with six counts of making an indecent image of a child

Talks of a HS2 tunnel under Hillingdon borough 'back on the table'

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Zac Goldsmith's meeting with Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin ended in a new 'working group' set up for the borough to minimise HS2 disruption

BHS administration: Timeline plots demise of retail giants as department store becomes latest casualty

A look at how the recession has removed famous household names, starting with the collapse of Woolworths in 2008

Make sure you stay connected with these free Wi-Fi hotspots in Harrow

Harrow stays connected as free Wi-Fi hotspots installed across the borough

Where can you stay connected in Harrow? Find out with our interactive map!

Martin Gould in action during the World Snooker Championships at the Crucible in Sheffield.

Martin Gould defiant despite failing to progress to week two of the World Snooker Championship

Pinner Potter looked on course to knock out former world No1 Ding Junhui when he led 8-6 before the Chinese star rallied to win 10-8

The Mayor of Harrow joined cancer survivors in helping Pinner get colourful!

Cancer survivors celebrated as Pinner is painted purple for charity

The Mayor of Harrow, along with cancer survivors, inspected the purple High Street and Bridge Street at the weekend

Flasher who touched himself in front of alarmed Tube passengers could be jailed

The married father of two from west London behaved obscenely towards three different victims on the Metropolitan line

The Rotary Club of Pinner to hold traditional St George's Day celebrations in April

St George's Day is just a few weeks away; why not celebrate at The Rotary Club of Pinner's traditional street party?

Stop HS2 campaigners 'angry and let down' at MP's avoiding third reading vote

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The HS2 Phase 1 Hybrid Bill was voted through at an "overwhelming majority" in just 37 minutes

You're nicked: The eight locals were only allowed to be released once they raised £1,000 each

Locals locked up in Pinner police station raise £8,000 for charity

This year's Jail and Bail event was a great success and locals raised a huge amount for St Luke's Hospice

More kids will be able to join the school, thanks to the 10 new classrooms

Mayor of Harrow officially opens new Primary school building

Cannon Lane Primary School in Pinner now boasts a new expansion with 10 new classrooms

Arens Bar and Grill in Pinner: Affordable luxury just off the beaten track

What's On writer Emily Chudy went for an indulgent meal at Arens Bar and Grill in Pinner to grab some comfort food and offset the miserable February weather

Last year's prisoners raised over £14,000 for the charity

Councillors, directors and a Reverend thrown into prison for charity

Key members of the local community will be arrested and detained to raise funds in this year's Jail and Bail event for St. Luke's Hospice

Detention centre near Heathrow Airport among 'worst in estate'

Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre (IRC) keeps detainees in 'insanitary' and 'overcrowded' conditions

Anti-third runway Boris Johnson 'out of touch' say Back Heathrow

The pro-expansion campaign group slammed Boris for his Heathrow views after 61% of constituents favoured the airport

New £11m housing scheme in Harrow given green light by council

The 64 new homes will be built adjacent to Harrow Recreation Ground, minutes from the town centre

Pinner

Pinner expanded rapidly between 1923 and 1939 when a series of garden estates grew around its historic core, giving the area (including Hatch End) much of its suburban character. The area is now continuous with neighbouring suburban districts including Rayners Lane and Eastcote.

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