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First acts announced for Under One Sky festival

Karan’s Bollywood Masterclass are set to take to the main stage on September 21.

X16 programme sees unemployed teens raise hundreds of pounds for Harrow Foodbank

Teenagers spoke positively of the scheme, saying it helped them get into further education.

Drug dealer caught red handed and jailed for 12 months

Nalumoso was caught with £40,000 worth of drugs.

Harrow Council launch energy saving scheme

Harrow Council are taking part in the London wide scheme-Big Energy Switch which promises to help reduce your bills up to £200.

Six bunnies saved by RSPCA from poor living conditions at house in Willesden

Seven bunnies were rescued by the RSPCA after being discovered living in poor conditions at a house in Willesden, one unfortunately had to be put down.

Crossrail could be extended to Harrow and Wealdstone station

The Transport Secretary has announced that proposals to extend the Crossrail to Harrow and other Hertfordshire stations is being considered by the government.

'It's madness': Van driver hits out over tip charges

Labour have promised to review the policy, which they opposed when it was introduced by the Conservative administration in February.

'Street drinker' banned from Wealdstone for five years

A street drinker has been handed a five year ASBO, banning him from entering Weadstone and drinking any open vessel of alcohol in any public place in Harrow

Inquest begins into why father from Harrow died from a blazing fire caused by a fridge freezer

The inquest of a Harrow dad, Sandosh Benjamin who died from a fatal fire caused by a Beko firdge-freezer, has begun.

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

Michael Borio confirmed as Labour candidate to take on Nick Hurd MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner in 2015

The Harrow councillor is looking to take on the MP in the cross-borough constituency.

BB gun shooting pub The Masons Arms to remain open despite police warnings

Police warned of a series of alleged assaults before councillors laid down recommendations to keep the establishment safe.

Head speaks of excitement ahead of proposed new Wealdstone secondary school

The expansion of Whitefriars is a part of the borough-wide expansion programme.

Fun workout raises £700 for blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan

The Harrow Leisure Centre event was a fun way of working out while raising money for a good cause.

Join charity fitness fest at Harrow Leisure Centre on Sunday

Staff member's bone marrow transplant prompted Everyone Active to organise fundraising two-hour activities

Charity's row over Harrow Magistrates' Court, which was "stripped of historical value", could end... in court

The Jaspar Foundation have lodged an appeal with the council after being knocked back twice in planning dispute.


UNDER ONE SKY: Date set as September 21 for Harrow's biggest community festival

Theme of this year's spectacular is the 60th anniversary of the borough

Hassan-Kul Hawadleh

Jailed Wealdstone knifeman's part in events that led to killing of ex-Somali prime minister's son

A Wealdstone man serving eight years for stabbing his victim in the head, played a part in triggering tit-for-tat violence that culminated in the fatal stabbing of a former Somali prime minister's son.

Harrow on the Hill War Memorial in Grove Hill, Harrow on the Hill

First World War: your help needed to create a definitive Book of Remembrance for Harrow

Residents asked to assist in clarification of names sourced from war memorials and to submit human interest stories

One of Unison's previous strikes

WATCH: Public sector strikes: how is YOUR West London borough affected?

GetWestLondon has compiled details of schools and council services affected across Hounslow, Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Ealing, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Fulham and Chelsea

Two weeks' wait for bin collection in Harrow as a result of tomorrow's public sector strike

Binmen are walking out alongside other UNISON, Unite and GMB members as part of national coordinated action

MP raising money for two Harrow charities by entering London Triathlon

Gareth Thomas aims to repeat 2013 feat of completing three triathlons

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Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries after car sends road sign flying in Wealdstone

Woman, 37, in critical condition in east London hospital after being hit by a road sign dislodged by alleged out-of-control car  

More than 80 women from Shree Swaminarayan Mandir in Kingsbury Road, Kingsbury, took part in the walk updated

Look: pictures from St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk that raised £174,000 for charity

1,500 women took part in a 9-mile race around the streets of Wealdstone, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, Kingsbury and Kenton in aid of local charity

Harrow Teachers Centre in Tudor Road, Harrow exclusive

Unit for Harrow's excluded pupils to be relocated to make way for new school

Harrow Tuition Service's Pupil Referral Unit to move so Harrow Teachers' Centre can be demolished to pave way for new Whitefriars Community School

Thirteen 'illegal immigrants' living in cramped cockroach-ridden three-bed house

Landlord has questions to answer after 13 occupants found to be sharing home with infestation of cockroaches and rats.

Yates's, a late night bar in Station Road, Harrow

Jailed for punch thrown in Yates's in Harrow that fractured dancer's cheek and eye socket

Ryan Leathers, 21, of The Broadway, Wealdstone, struck man in face after taking exception to his dancing in town centre bar

The 'Building Bridges Day' at International Siddhashram Shakti Centre encouraged volunteers to sign up as a mentor for Wormwood Scrubs Community Chaplaincy

Prison mentor appeal hosted by Harrow temple

Volunteers sought to meet ex-offenders at 'Building Bridges Day’ held at International Siddhashram Shakti Centre

Michael Gibbs attended one of The Queen's royal garden party at Buckingham Palace in recognition of being Harrow Council's longest serving employee

Buckingham Palace party invite for Harrow Council's longest serving staff member

Michael Gibbs, 61, joined the authority as an apprentice carpenter and joiner in 1969


Wealdstone is a largely working-class and recent immigrant district in Harrow.It is named after Weald Stone, a sarsen stone, formerly marking the boundary between the parishes of Harrow and Harrow Wealdstone.

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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
News Editor, Ealing, Fulham, Kensington and Westminster
John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
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Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
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