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A professional footballer found guilty of shooting a man dead on the Stonebridge Estate has won the first step in a bid to have his conviction overturned.

58 minutes ago
The Mayhew is urging more people to adopt a black cat

Animal lovers are being urged to cast a happy spell on a black cat this Halloween by adopting one from a charity in Kensal Green.

07:00
Cllr Roxanne Mashari

The implementation of the London Living Wage (LLW) policy by Brent Council could drive up a forecasted multi-million pound budget deficit by £11m, a council report reveals.

Planned engineering work could affect your journey this weekend.

There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.

Yesterday, 17:30
The Duke of Gloucester lent his support to the campaign

A member of the Royal Family paid a visit to Kensal Green Cemetery today to lend his support for a campaign to preserve historic structures at the site.

Yesterday, 13:12
Sex attacker: Patrick Wickens (Pic credit: Met Police)

A sex fiend who attacked a woman and stole her money after following her off a bus in Kensal Rise has been jailed.

Yesterday, 12:14
Lindsay Wesker, right, and Dave VJ

A special event to discuss black British music radio stations will take place in Harlesden this evening.

Sport

Saturday matches an ever improving Wealdstone side against a Maidenhead United team led by former QPR striker DJ Campbell.

12:00
QPR defender Richard Dunne

Richard Dunne is expecting a very difficult away day on Saturday when QPR face local rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Wed, 16:55
Harrow Borough boss Dave Anderson

Nick Salapatas was left to rue the one that got away as Harrow Borough bowed out of the FA Cup on Tuesday night.

Wed, 16:29
Hendon boss Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon boss Gary McCann is hopeful that one day the Greens will be able to build a fanbase like Dulwich Hamlet.

Wed, 16:21
Wealdstone maanger Gordon Bartlett. Pic: Steve Foster/WealdstoneFC

Wealdstone’s relationship with Stevenage was the key to securing the services of on-loan striker Connor Calcutt.

Wed, 14:08
QPR Under-21 manager Steve Gallen

QPR Under-21 boss Steve Gallen has compared young striker Reece Grego-Cox to fans favourite Charlie Austin.

Entertainment

Yesterday, 14:31

Two years on since their last sell-out shows in the UK, The Spanish Riding School of Vienna is returning back to Wembley to perform at the SSE Arena next month.

Lorraine King visited the stud farm and stables in Austria where the prestigious Lipizzaner horses are breed and trained to find out what makes them one of the most prestigious riding schools in the world.

Yesterday, 11:20
Vanora Bennett, journalist and novelist

At the age of three, Vanora Bennett had an invisible friend called Mr Katchinska who lived under the stove and had to be fed chocolate Smarties.

Thursday, October 23, 2014
The House That Will Not Stand at The Tricycle Theatre by Marcus Gardley

Director: Indhu Rubasingham
Designer: Tom Piper
Lighting Designer: Paul Anderson
Sound Designer: Carolyn Downing
Composer: Paul Englishby

Cast:
Ronke Adekoluejo
Ayesha Antoine
Michele Austin
Martina Laird
Tanya Moodie
Clare Perkins
Danusia Samal
Paul Shelley

In Marcus Gardley’s 1830s New Orleans-set play, the ghost of a murdered European colonist threatens to bring down his property and his bereaved mixed race mistress and daughters. But there are few cracks evident in the buoyant UK premiere of this lyrical, witty and wildly unpredictable play.

Friday, October 17, 2014
The MOBOs will take place at The SSE Arena in Wembley on Wednesday

Europe’s biggest urban music brand is returning to London for its 19th annual awards show this Wednesday.

Thursday, October 16, 2014
Martina Laird plays Beatrice in The House That Will Not Stand at the Tricycle Theatre

Like the Lorca play that inspired it, The House That Will Not Stand is an intensely lyrical drama about a widow with unwed daughters who pull against her controlling will.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Professor Green - Growing Up In Public

Green shows what he can do when he puts his mind to his rhymes in this mixed bag of a return.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Kilburn Literary Festival

Featuring “sex, dogs and death”, the first ever Kilburn Literary Festival is launching in two weeks, supported by The Times.

Competitions

Wed, 17:16

It’s a fact of life that you can never have enough shoes. The opportunity to increase the size of your collection is especially tantalising when a free pair is on the cards.

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Many people now feel they have to move jobs to better their career and get ahead.

‘Go get him’ said the police officer, and that’s just what the dog did.

It’s deforestation, but not as you’ve seen it before.

One student’s efforts to raise money and awareness this Remembrance Day has split the public – some love them while others loathe them.

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