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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

Prolific paedophile found guilty of historical assault on seven-year-old girl

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Only months ago Hayford was found guilty of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old girl in a supermarket

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Officers 'stub out' organised crime with seizure of TWO MILLION suspected illicit cigarettes

Six men have been arrested in a raid by HMRC officers in Stanmore

Stanmore car thief nuisance sentenced

Justice is served for Patrick Conarty, who pleaded guilty to three seperate offences

Report into school's finances which highlights 'significant weaknesses' kept under wraps by Harrow Council

Headteacher Tara Gratton declined to speak to us when questioned further on her statement

Sonny Bruce, 36, was jailed for three years for carrying out a burglary in Edgware just four days after getting out of prison

Drug addict jailed for committing burglary in Edgware four days after leaving prison

Sonny Bruce, 36, of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, stole mobile phone and two watches from house in Whitchurch Lane, Edgware

The Mayor of Harrow in 2013/14 Councillor Nizam Ismail pictured at Edgware's Bob Lawrence Library

Closure of four Harrow libraries and reduction of hours of remaining branches proposed by council

Consultation launched on shutting of Bob Lawrence Library in Edgware, North Harrow Library in North Harrow, Hatch End Library in Hatch End, and Rayners Lane Library in South Harrow

Stanmore building firm fined after slabs of brick work fall through neighbouring roof

Building company, Axis Build Ltd of Stanmore appeared in court after a botched demolition sent masonry crashing into the kitchen of a neighbouring property.

Harrow police find collapsed man dead in Stanmore

Police have made the 80-year-old man's family aware.

Ladbrokes fraudster Terry Edwards, who made bets using bank cards from accounts that had either insufficient funds or had been frozen, was jailed for four years exclusive

Betting shop fraudster jailed for four years for ripping off a dozen branches of Ladbrokes

Terry Edwards placed bets using credit and debit cards linked to accounts that had either been frozen or did not contain enough money to cover the wager

Police investigating burglary where baby was held at knife point make an arrest

Hillingdon Police say the man was detained in the Stanmore area last night

Former Stanmore man and 'pillar of the Jewish community' jailed for instructing child abuse over Skype

Simeon Osen pleaded guilty to 13 offences of arranging and facilitating the commission of child sex offences during 2012.

Bentley Priory Housing in Stanmore wins top UK property award

The houses based in The Common, Stanmore are designed by architect practice ADAM Architecture.

Police launch appeal to find adorable Chow Chow dog Misiu who was stolen after going viral on BuzzFeed

Heartbroken owner needs your help in finding his Chow Chow dog.

War memorials restored across Harrow in time for Remembrance Day

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

'Cuddly dog' from Stanmore is stolen after its picture goes viral on BuzzFeed and social media

Heartbreak for the owners of Chow Chow dog Misiu after their pet was stolen in a burglary at their Stanmore home.

Suresh Bharwaney, branch president of Edgware and Stanmore Rotary Club, arranged for his family-run business in the Liberian capital to supply A4 paper, a photocopier and cartridge to the Rotary Club of Monvoria, which passed them on to the Ministry of Health

Rotarian helps Ebola-stricken Liberia with supplies as club launches fundraising drive

Edgware and Stanmore Rotary Club is sending paper and equipment to Liberia to help in the fight against Ebola.

Garden centre chooses to support spinal injuries charity for the coming year.

First event to raise funds will be Santa's Grotto at Twickenham branch on November 22 and 23

Surgeon Abbas Khan killed unlawfully, inquest rules

Dr Khan, 32, was found hanging in his cell in December last year, days before the Syrian administration claimed he would be freed.

Tributes flood in for Wembley woman who died in ambulance

Sophia Bhanji from Wembley died outside Northwick Park Hospital in the early hours of Wednesday, October 15.

Four young ballet dancers from Harrow to star in Swan Lake

Lucy Gordon, 13, Megan Hondius, 13, Tamara Katerinchuk, 15, and Martha Wrench, 15, attend The Van Niekerk Academy of Dance in Stanmore and will perform in the touring English Youth Ballet production

Emlyn Lumley, headteacher of Park High School in Thistlecroft Gardens, Stanmore

High school sport centre lettings 'will not be run like a leisure centre'

Emlyn Lumley, headteacher of Park High School, said: 'We're expecting to be letting the hall to clubs and societies that are properly run themselves'

Stanmore man jailed for life for murdering a woman in March this year

The Romanian national from Stanmore was given a life sentence for stabbing a 55 year-old woman to death in March.

Police monitoring concerns as homeless shelter replaces Harrow hotel

Three-star Harrow Hotel, in Pinner Road, ceased trading on Sunday, August 3 and is now a homeless shelter.

Harrow Heroes 2014 winners announced at glitzy ceremony

Harrow Arts Centre hosted this year's Harrow Heroes awards ceremony last night (Tuesday, October 14).

Stanmore based charity hosts award ceremony for disadvantaged adults

An award ceremony was held to recognise the horticultural achievements of adults with learning difficulties.

Stanmore manager is oldest man to complete the world's hardest triathlon

Paul Parish, who is the director of fundraising and marketing for Aspire in Stanmore successfully completed the infamous Arch to Arc, the world’s hardest triathlon.

Fraudsters have 100 boxes of fake loom bands seized by trading standards

Harrow Council's officers made the discovery during a set of raids as a part of a day of action.

A tour of Bentley Priory, where the Battle of Britain was won

Our reporter John Shammas was invited to tour the beautiful grounds of Bentley Priory, which acted as the HQ for Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain.

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.

Stanmore

Stanmore is characterised by numerous small restaurants and cafés, several pubs and boutique-style clothing stores. The extensive residential areas are leafy and predominantly affluent, with many residents commuting to jobs in London.

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Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
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Chris Longhurst
News Editor, Hounslow Chronicle
Mhairi Macfarlane
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
Ian Proctor
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Hannah Raven
Uxbridge, Harefield, Northwood, Northwood Hills
Michael Russell
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John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
Mort Smith
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Tim Street
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Paul Warburton
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