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Yesterday, 18:46

Human faeces are among the waste being dumped by flytippers who are targeting a derelict shop in Kingsbury, traders are claiming.

Yesterday, 14:25
A 400m police cordon has been lifted after specialists removed an unexploded WW II bomb

Police have lifted a cordon around the Wembley Park area as bomb disposal experts conclude work to move an unexploded World War II bomb discovered in a car park.

Yesterday, 18:12

A job fair for students at a Brent college and clients of a homeless charity will take place in Willesden on Thursday.

Yesterday, 12:44
This 50 kg bomb was moved out of Wembley for detonation this afternoon (Pic credit: Twitter/@Rupert_Frere)

Police chiefs have confirmed that an unexploded World War II bomb discovered in a Wembley car park will be moved to a secure location to be detonated today, meaning weekend sports fixtures at nearby Wembley stadium will be unaffected.

Yesterday, 11:40
Anis Abid Sardar has been given two life sentences

A black cab driver from Wembley who murdered an American soldier by planting a roadside bomb in Iraq has been given two life sentences today.

Yesterday, 11:36
Bomb disposal experts worked throughout the night after the device was discovered in a building site.Credit: Twitter @Rupert_Frere

More residents have been evacuated and motorists are being warned to steer clear of road closures in Wembley today as experts work to make safe an unexploded World War II bomb discovered in a car park.

Yesterday, 06:45
Frank Heweston was locked up for three months in Russia (Pic credit: Adam Thomas)

A Greenpeace activist from Queen’s Park who was detained for nearly three months in a Russian jail is set to see his story on the big screen.

Sport

Thu, 11:46

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.

Wed, 09:28
Steve Newland (left) with James DeGale

From his first session at the Trojan boxing club in Wembley, coach Steve Newland knew James DeGale was a special talent, writes Rob Brennan.

Wed, 09:02
Hendon striker Leon Smith says he is considering hanging up his boots

During pre-season Leon Smith told his followers on Twitter that he was going to have a good season – 25 goals and two cup winner’s medals later it’s safe to say he was true to his word.

Wed, 08:29
QPR striker Reece Grego-Cox

Reece Grego-Cox wants to push on next season by helping to fire QPR back to the Premier League at the first attempt.

Tue, 19:08
QPR defender Richard Dunne

Richard Dunne is unsure whether he will be offered a new contract by Queen’s Park Rangers to play in the Championship next season, but he says he would relish a 46-game season.

Tue, 18:49
Sam Smith took 5-38 for Brondesbury. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Sam Smith demolished Harrow St Mary’s’ top order in a devastating five-wicket bowling display as Brondesbury earned their first win of the season in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Tue, 10:36
Hendon midfielder Peter Dean

Peter Dean believes Hendon can emulate his former club Wealdstone by storming to promotion 12 months on from their play-off heartbreak.

Entertainment

Thu, 13:00

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.

Sunday, April 19, 2015
After Electra by April De Angelis.  Full cast. Picture: Steve Tanner

The end is nigh in April De Angelis’s subversive new work. Free-spirited, octogenarian artist Virgie’s (Marty Cruickshank) family and friends find they’ve been gathered not to celebrate her birthday, but her death. Rather than suffer the indignities of ageing, Virgie plans to commit suicide by striding into the sea.

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