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Two minutes silence will be observed in Wembley this morning in memory of those who died in Manchester’s terror attack.

A Kenton hospice has thanked communities for their outpouring of donations after heartless vandals slashed the tyres and ripped off side mirrors of its delivery van.

The director of a shisha café in Cricklewood is feeling the heat of tobacco offences after being fined more than £5,000 for flouting the law and operating illegally.

Police are increasing the number of armed officers at Wembley Stadium this weekend ahead of the FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Chelsea.

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A Dollis Hill accountant faces jail after stealing £110,000 to put up friends and family at the four-star hotel where he worked.

Yesterday, 14:55

A man has been taken to hospital with a head injury after an incident in Harlesden.

Yesterday, 12:07

A PE teacher from a Kingsbury school is determined to further enhance the wellbeing of students with special educational needs after an eye-opening trip to Grenada.

Yesterday, 09:17

A teenager who appeared in court charged with rape has been remanded in secure accommodation ahead of his next court appearance.

Yesterday, 08:26

Officers investigating the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old in Kilburn have arrested two more people.

Sport

17:30

Hosts to be led by three-man team on pitch this summer

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Captain wants focus on return to busy spell

Yesterday, 09:30

‘Saint’ meets Russian at Sheffield’s Bramall Lane this Saturday

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Former Wimbledon man to remain with Stones next season after agreeing new terms

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Three Hooks prospects to challenge for national honours

Tue, 08:16

Defending champions happy despite stalemate with Surrey

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Midfielder took the social media on Monday after Rs departure was confirmed last week

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A brace from Jeniece Benjamin helped Ben Moore and Dean Harrington’s team to victory after extra time

Mon, 13:00

Groves will hope he can finally take world belt at fourth attempt

Entertainment

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW tries out Fish and Pips’ hassle-free ready meals whilst skiing with her family, at a luxury chalet in Meribel Village

Emma Bartholomew finds plenty to keep all ages entertained in Alpe d’Huez, with horse riding, mountain biking, bob sleigh and ice skating.

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW and her family find the picture-perfect Arc 1950 has a wealth of activity going on during the summer, meaning you’ll never be stuck for things to do

A spooky-style Zippo’s Circus will be coming to Brent Cross over the half-term holidays with a special Halloween-themed show.

Le Mas Candille on the French Riviera offers a five star experience with ultra-relaxing massages and refreshing pilates.

With Faro just over two hours away by plane, the Algarve’s Vila Vita Parc is the perfect ‘heat retreat’ away from London where you can discover contemporary Portuguese hospitality.

As the world’s eyes turn to Brazil, embrace the nation’s fantastic food and culture at one of the capital’s many Latin-inspired bars, cafes and restaurants.

Imogen Blake travelled to a blissful five-star Staffordshire spa retreat, where she discovered that chocolate can actually be good for you...

Bridget Galton and family were enthralled by an overnight experience at London Zoo’s latest attraction the Gir Lion Lodges

Ceramicist Theresa Edwards is among 10 artists opening their doors in Queen’s Park on Sunday.

Families and enthusiasts are invited to Willesden for celebratory open day to honour the London Fire Brigade’s 150th anniversary.

Bridget Galton talks to Bo66y director Ron Scalpello, who marks 50 years since England’s World Cup victory with a documentary on squad captain.

Maria tries out The Arches, a quirky and buzzy local restaurant in South Hampstead, with decor as eclectic as the clientele and is inspired by a smoked duck Caesar salad to recreate the delicious dressing.

As we headed up to Avoriaz on windy mountain roads it suddenly came into view - perched high atop a cliff edge in the distance – and its stunning abstract architecture took my breath away.

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar tells Bridget Galton why his play about a kidnapped American banker who teaches his captors how to play the markets shows how extremism and capitalism are more entwined than we suppose.

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