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A man is in a serious condition after he was shot near a children’s play area on the Church End Estate in Willesden.

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Kenneth Brangen was jailed for 18 months

A man from Willesden has admitted pleasuring himself while holding a mirror inside a toilet in an educational establisment in Westminster.

Yesterday, 17:13
Network Rail workers are set to strick on June 4 and 9 . Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

A strike by rail workers that would paralyse the Brent section of the Bakerloo Line could be back on – just over a week since it was called off at the eleventh hour.

Yesterday, 14:41
Leopold School is in Hawkshead Road (Pic credit: Google Streetview)

A popular primary school in Harlesden that tackled a shortage of places by expanding its classrooms to a building in Neasden is proposing to make the arrangement permanent.

Yesterday, 13:48
The event was organised to appreciate the temple's neighbours and older residents in the borough

A temple in Neasden hosted two special events to thank its neighbours for their support as part of its 20th birthday celebrations.

Yesterday, 11:03
Panthers is in Ealing Road (Pic credit: Adam Thomas)

A nightclub in Alperton has won its bid to keep its licence despite damning CCTV footage that captured children as young as TWO partying on the dance floor with adults.

Wed, 16:15
Residents fear the water filled whole has exposed them to sewage  (Pic credit: Nathalie Raffray)

Kingsbury residents who were left without water for almost 12 hours following a burst pipe and a pavement collapse yesterday now fear they may be exposed to raw sewage.

Sport

Yesterday, 21:04

Paul Stirling hit a swashbuckling 90 and James Franklin took five wickets as Middlesex crushed Kent by 115 runs for their first Twenty20 win of the season.

Yesterday, 12:30
Nick Gubbins, Middlesex. Pic: Matt Bright Photography

After cycling around the Olympic Park Velodrome last winter, Nick Gubbins is focused on a different kind of white-knuckle ride at Middlesex.

Wed, 17:30
Kirk Drummond took four wickets for South Hampstead. Pic: Max Flego

South Hampstead continued their winning start to the season with a commanding seven-wicket victory away against North London, who remain winless with just one point on the board in Division Three of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Wed, 15:38
Brondesbury captain Adam Wilson, who took 5-60, was pleased with his side's performance in the field but says the batting must improve. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Brondesbury captain Adam Wilson was frustrated by two crucial umpiring decisions as Eastcote gained a controversial winning draw off the final ball of Saturday’s Division Two match in the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Wed, 15:04
QPR striker Charlie Austin (centre) celebrates scoring his side's third goal of the game with teammates during the Barclays Premier League match at Villa Park.

We look at QPR’s season from Redknapp to relegation:

Tue, 11:47
Harlesden's James DeGale beat Andre Dirrell in Boston to to become IBF world champion. Pic: Mark Robinson

Harlesden’s James DeGale MBE created British boxing history in Boston on Saturday night when he claimed the vacant IBF world super middleweight title against Andre Dirrell – and told his rivals at 168lbs: “I will fight anyone”.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Joe Burns in action for Leicestershire. Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO

Justin Langer, Chris Rogers and more recently Adam Voges… there are some distinguished footsteps for Middlesex’s latest Australian import Joe Burns to try and follow.

Entertainment

Over the weekend, avid Doctor Who fans flocked to the SSE Arena in Wembley to watch a show based on the popular sci-fi TV series. Ten-year-old Kelsey Poyton was one of them and has written a review about the sell-out event.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
The Father at the Tricycle Theatre. Kenneth Cranham (Andre). Photo credit: Simon Annand

This savagely powerful play takes us inside dementia, says Marianka Swain.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015
1927's Golem. Picture: Bernhard Muller

Hackney company 1927’s West End debut is a technical triumph, says Alex Bellotti.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
John Goodman (Don), Tom Sturridge (Bob) and Damian Lewis (Teach) in American Buffalo. Picture: Johan Persson

A stellar cast fail to bond in David Mamet’s early work, says Bridget Galton.

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The sell out 2014 event 32 Londoners, returns to the Coca-Cola London Eye!

The Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to announce that 32 Londoners will be returning this June, following last year’s sell out event. The event will feature 32 talks, in each of the London Eye’s 32 capsules on 32 extraordinary Londoners.

You could take in stunning views of London over brunch at the Sky Garden

Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.

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