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South Harrow Market kiosk owner thanks readers for raising £570 following vicious hammer attack

By Finley Harnett   The South Harrow Market retailer who had the windows of his coffee kiosk smashed in by a thug with a hammer has...

Harrow Weald care home residents design cake for The Queen’s birthday

On Saturday June 13th, the Queen will celebrate her second, and official birthday. But there was an extra incentive to join in the festivities...

20-year-old Harrow filmmaker works with BAFTA actor Adam Deacon on short film

A 20-year-old filmmaker from Harrow has teamed up with BAFTA winning actor Adam Deacon to create a short YouTube movie called ‘Built to Be’.   The...

Harrow man ended up with a house full of 17 cats during lockdown

The sad reality of what can happen when cats are left unneutered translated to a cautionary tale for all cat owners when a Harrow...

John Lyon’s Charity urges government to prioritise emotional wellbeing in young people post lockdown

As we move into week 13 of lockdown a glimmer of normality has spread across the UK. Groups of six can meet in ‘bubbles’,...

Impressive church on view after programme of repairs

Long concealed by hoardings, scaffolding and temporary roof covering, St George’s Headstone, Pinner View, is again visible to the public. Works to the building lasting...

How Coronavirus bill is reshaping hospitals’ relationship with death

The Coronavirus Bill has had far reaching consequences for how the deceased are managed in and outside of hospital. The bill anticipated the number of...

Wonderful community space turns ’Free Food Shop’ to Help during Covid-19

A fantastic community led space has undergone a temporary change of use to help Harrow residents during Covid-19.   One Forty, based in Vaughan Road,...

‘McMadness’ predicted as study Identifies Harrow Drive-Thru as one of the busiest in the country

McDonald’s has announced that all of its drive-thrus will begin opening from Thursday 4th June, after a two month hiatus but a new study...

Children complete 100K bike ride to help their mum at Northwick Park

Two local children have completed a 100k bike ride to help raise funds for their mum and other NHS heroes who work at Northwick...

‘My son saved my life’: Covid-19 survivor praises trainee doctor son for spotting symptoms

By Finley Harnett A father-of-two who survived Covid-19 has today thanked his “remarkable” trainee medic son for saving his life after convincing doctors to act. Kingsbury-based...

Northwick Park Hospital first in the UK to use dialysis machines on Covid-19 patients

  Northwick Park Hospital is the first place in UK to employ the use of mobile kidney dialysis machines to treat patients in Intensive Care.   A...

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16-year-old girl stabbed in Harrow Town Centre

Harrow-on-the-Hill tube station was temporarily closed to the public after a 16-year-old-girl was stabbed near the station this morning (20 October). Images and footage sent...

Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge to host half-term family tours

Hillingdon Council’s Battle of Britain Bunker Exhibition and Visitor Centre in Uxbridge will be opening its doors to families throughout October half-term (Monday 26...

Hillingdon’s waste service wins ‘Best Team of the Year’ award

Hillingdon Council’s waste and recycling service won the Best Team of the Year Award at this year’s Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee awards (LARAC)...

Northwick Park and Ealing Hospital staff recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Three London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust consultants have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their outstanding work during the first...