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Drug dealer jailed for supplying drugs which killed teen at Hayes rave

The drug dealer who supplied ecstasy to 16-year-old Daniel Spargo-Mabbs has been jailed for five years

'We're full': Harrow Council to start housing tenants elsewhere as homes crisis deepens

Harrow Council currently spends £1.4million on housing those on waiting lists in temporary accommodation such as bed and breakfasts.

Ambulance service confirms fatality at Ealing Broadway Station

The emergency services have confirmed that a person has died under a train at Ealing Broadway Station this afternoon (August 1). Services are disrupted.

Londoners urged to plan ahead to avoid getting caught out by RideLondon road closures

Residents affected by this year's Prudential RideLondon street cycle race are being urged to take note of road closures and plan ahead.

MP launches boycott Israel campaign after Gaza crisis meeting in Hayes

More than 150 people in Hayes joined MP John McDonnell wanting to help secure peace in Gaza


'Scotch', 'jam jar' and a double-barrelled 'April fool'. Hitman tells court of day he blasted love rival

Bernard Pillay, who once served 11 years’ jail for attacking two police officers with a knife, admits conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm but denies a charge of conspiracy to murder.

Drug dealer jailed for supplying drugs that killed teen at Hayes rave

The drug dealer who supplied ecstasy to 16-year-old Daniel Spargo-Mabbs has been jailed for five years

Men sentenced for attack on driver from rival coach firm in Southall

Inderjit Singh, of New Punjab Coaches, and his nephew Harsimran Sran are both given a community order after being convicted of the attack in Southall
Justina Taylor models TK Maxx fashions

Win £50 to spend at Hammersmith's new look TK Maxx

TK Maxx in Hammersmith has undergone a stylish makeover and the store is giving away five £50 vouchers to celebrate. The competition is free to enter, so what are you waiting for?

Ten kittens abandoned in Pinner add to RSPCA re-homing crisis

Cats were dumped on Monday but only contribute to crisis at the animal charity, which doesn't have enough room for all the rescued pets

Read: poet's emotional First World War ode to Harrow - and send in your own

'Harrow's Honour' was written two years into the Great War in Germany by a Captain in the Queen's Regiment and appeared in The Muse in Arms, an anthology of British war poetry published in November 1917
Don't forget to pack your trainers

Get fit with Roy: Off on holiday? Don't forget to pack your running shoes!

Your exercise routine needn't fall by the wayside while you are on your summer holidays, writes Ealing personal trainer Roy Summers in his latest column.

World Breastfeeding Week: Mother praises health visitor who diagnosed baby's curable condition

Today marks the beginning of World Breastfeeding Week which promotes the importance of breastfeeding. Alix Culbertson speaks to a Fulham mother who was having problems with her baby feeding.

Mary Macleod MP: Improving our democracy and creating a modern Parliament

Mary Macleod, Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth , discusses her work on getting more women into Parliament in her latest column.

Angie Bray MP: Scottish referendum is no bad thing (and neither is one on Europe)

Angie Bray, Conservative MP for Ealing Central & Acton
After what seems like a lengthy campaign, the referendum on Scottish independence is just weeks away, writes Ealing Central & Acton MP, Angie Bray


In pictures: headteacher's delight as pupils throw surprise party in Brentford

Grainne Morland is given a fitting send-off after a decade in charge at Our Lady and St John's RC Primary School

Triumph for Fulham Boys School as opening goes ahead

An uncertain fortnight has ended in triumph for The Fulham Boys School with the announcement today that the September opening will go ahead as planned.
Lightning strikes over the Vale of Belvoir, Leicestershire

Weather: UK braced for downpours but heatwave is set to return

Gale force winds are expected to hit Wales, the West Country and northern England after the UK recorded the eighth hottest July since 1910

Morning news headlines: Gaza ceasefire welcomed, DNA project, Tories favour UKIP deal

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