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All stories for 20 Jun 2008

Naomi Campbell At Uxbridge Mags'

HUNDREDS of journalists and photographers swarmed to Uxbridge today(Friday) for the sentencing of supermodel Naomi Campbell.

Harrow Jack Petchey Achievement Awards

Harrow Jack Petchey Achievement Awards

Drug dealer store loses licence

A Feltham corner shop has been stripped of its booze licence after a worker was convicted for drug dealing from the till. 

Young achievers recognised

Harrow students have been rewawarded for their achievements in the community at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Heathrow hero comes forward

A mystery hero who helped to save a fellow Heathrow worker’s life has come forward to tell his story.

Jury out in student conspiracy case

The jury has adjourned in the case of a Harrow student who apparently lured her ex-boyfriend to a car park where he was repeatedly stabbed and left for dead.

Anger at Brent name change scheme

Officials have caused outrage by suggesting that Brent's name should be changed to The London Borough of Wembley.

Council sorry for leaving residents lost in the long grass

Harrow Council has been forced to apologise for its slackness in cutting the borough's grass verges.

Concrete post crushes car

A lamppost fell onto a car parked in Headstone Lane, crushing and destroying the unoccupied vehicle, last night (Thursday).

Hicks joins Stones

Highly rated midfielder David Hicks has joined Wealdstone from Ryman League Division One North side Cheshunt FC.

Biggest guide dog gathering ever

A Hounslow hotel will be packed with guide dogs this weekend as delegates fly in from across the world for a major conference.

Brentford 'paedo pastor' jailed

A minister at a Brentford church has expressed his sadness after a former pastor was jailed for taking thousands of indecent photos.

Tax dodgers caught by council

Hounslow Council collected an extra £3.9 million in council tax last year by tracking down absconders.

Middlesex march on against Sussex

Middlesex continued their march towards the Twenty20 Cup quarter-finals with a 38 run victory over Sussex at Lord's.