All stories for 04 Jun 2008
Northwick Park Hospital has denied withholding medical records belonging to victims of the "Elephant Man" drugs trial disaster after it was threatened with legal action.
A crack addicted rapist has been sentenced to a minimum of six and a half years in prison after he was found guilty of forcing himself on two women.
LAST month included Vegetarian Week which, since I gave up meat nearly 20 years ago, has always had me running for cover.
Brentford FC could be forced to keep four transfer-listed players whether the club like it or not.
Hounslow Council this week ended months of uncertainty by naming the firms set to manage its leisure services from July 1.
Pensioners are still meeting in a dilapidated Scout hut more than two years after plans for a new day centre got the green light.
Police have named the Polish man who was found dead in his make-shift home, on Saturday (31).
Brave police staff were honoured for their heroism at last night's annual commendation ceremony.
Heartless thieves have targeted pensioners in three Feltham homes, making off with cash, handbags and jewellery.
A bookie in London Road has become the latest victim of armed robbery after a hold-up on Monday.
A Feltham man who used his 'low intelligence' as an excuse for molesting two girls has been jailed indefinitely after a judge ruled it made him more dangerous.
Harrow train users have vowed to fight the decision to scrap a popular service after a new line was introduced to replace it.
An illegal immigrant who robbed a woman in her home at gunpoint will serve 13 years in prison and could face deportation.
"Shake a tree and 40 poets fall out," says photographer John Minihan of his native Ireland.
Musically-minded youngsters are to benefit as a specialist science college in Harrow has bought a number of new brass instruments.
HUNDREDS of balloons were released into the sky at Nower Hill High School to mark the graduation of the school's first intake of sixth formers.
A £250,000 grant has been awarded to St Luke's Hospice in Kenton but fundraising still remains as crucial as ever.
About 100 pupils from Grimsdyke First School in Hatch End were expected to perform at Pinner Parish Church in Pinner yesterday (Wednesday).
Toddlers at a Harrow school took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for charity.
A bursar at a Harrow school has been voted chairman of an organisation that represents bursars in the country.
St Luke's Hospice is appealing for adventurous people willing to freefall 20,000 feet to raise money for charity.
RESIDENTS are invited to a face to face meeting with councillors to discuss how the borough can be improved.
Pupils at a Harrow school will be taking part in a run to get more healthy.
Plans to extend a central Harrow office block and turn part of it into flats have been mocked as a 'develop-er's dream'.
Past pupils from Greenhill School took a trip down memory lane at a school reunion last month.
Girls from Heathfield School enjoyed learning about different cultures during an international day last month.
THE sporting world has bid farewell to a veteran athlete who dedicated more than 60 years to track and field.
A STANMORE ballet school has danced its way to success in a local competition.
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.
A dancer who teaches classes in Harrow has been given an award in India for his services to the arts.
WEEKEND pubgoers will be able to buy drinks into the early hours at an Irish boozer in Wealdstone.
Vinny Codrington believes Middlesex members who filed a petition of no confidence in the club's cricket committee this week are panicking for no reason.
She bears the burden of following in the footsteps of her famous dad - but at least Zoe Wells made sure those debut strides for Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow were winning ones on Saturday.
Kids have all the answers
Ashford had mixed fortunes on the weekend, winning two and losing two of their matches.
Hampton & Richmond FC's upgrade of their toilets didn't come a moment too soon when they learned about Cambridge City this week.
A group set up to bring people of different religions together is a quarter of a century old this year.
I enjoy the flexibility and variety of teaching. No two days are ever the same.
Detectives investigating the 1980 murder of Feltham schoolgirl Patsy Morris are sending evidence collected in the days after her death to be re-examined by forensic experts.
Isleworth residents have still had no relief from a burst water main which is continuing to cause traffic chaos in the area.
A posse of golf-mad youngsters were on the trail of the Tiger, at the Airlinks Golf Club, Hounslow this week.
Terrified Hanworth residents made over 20 calls to police after violence between gangs of 'feral' youths erupted outside shops in Market Parade.
More than 280 people turned out as Bedfont Green Youth FC held the second of their presentation nights at the weekend.
Osterley got a certain measure of revenge over their old rivals when they marched on to the fifth round of the National Cup on Saturday.
A crashing six from Tony Parker sealed an excellent victory for Old Isleworth & Heston on Saturday.
A mum-of-four has hit out at an inconsiderate minority that ruins the Hindu festival of Diwali by tormenting communities with round the clock fireworks.
Tree Idol contestant Mary Huxley is rooting for a certain cedar tree that has captured her heart since she was a child.
A popular cafe appears to have fallen victim to uncertainty surrounding the future of Hounslow's leisure services.
A schoolboy was viciously assaulted in an unprovoked attack in Brentford High Street - only for his attacker to walk free with a caution.