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Yesterday, 10:10

Unregistered voters who want to have their say in the snap General Election have until midnight on May 22 to register their chance.

Wed, 12:56

Newman Catholic College students formed the backbone of a QPR youth team that battled it out against their west London rivals Brentford in friendly matches to raise awareness about refugees living in the UK.

Wed, 09:45

Fire crews were called to a blaze at a property in Willesden which damaged a small part of an adjacent house.

Tue, 16:19

A 15-year-old boy accused of stabbing a much-loved teenager to death outside a Willesden school has denied murder.

Tue, 11:27

Parent, babies and toddlers celebrated their playgroup’s fifth birthday in Willesden Green.

Mon, 16:23

Thousands of French nationals turned out in Wembley to place their vote in the country’s elections.

Mon, 11:45

Candidates headed for Queen’s Park this weekend as ground war campaigning for the General Election in June kicked off.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

The Sufra Food Bank and Kitchen, in Pitfield Way, Neasden, is the focus of a crowdfunding campaign launched on Saturday.

Friday, April 21, 2017

A 22-year-old Liberal Democrat activist is to stand against Dawn Butler MP in Brent Central

Sport

Wed, 13:00

Entries open for July 2 event at London Stadium

Mon, 19:23

Bad light helps visitors avoid defeat at Lord’s

Ryman Premier: Lowestoft Town 2 Harrow Borough 0

A delighted Arsene Wenger heaped praise on his Arsenal players for showing huge amounts of grit and determination at Wembley as they gave a battling performance to overcome Manchester City to reach the FA Cup Final.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Arsenal won through to the 2017 FA Cup Final in the merry month of May by valiantly triumphing over the might of Manchester City 2-1 after extra time on a dramatic semi-final afternoon at Wembley today.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Defending champions declaration leaves rivals to chase 452 at Lord’s

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Eskinazi ton puts defending champions in control

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Brentford 3 QPR 1

Friday, April 21, 2017

Opening batsmen hit centuries at Lord’s

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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