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Marcus Rashford may be an England international but it’s worth remembering that a large proportion of the country really don’t like Manchester United. Yet he has brought the country together in a way Boris, Keir, Ed, Sian et al can only dream of.

Journalism Matters. That’s the title of an annual campaign that kicks off again this week; a chance for the news media industry to shout about the good work we do for our regions and for our society as a whole.

Labour’s Keir Starmer and the Green Party Sian Berry are among the voices urging the government to extend the ban on evictions which is due to end on Sunday (September 20).

A City of Westminster College lecturer has scooped a national teaching award.

This week we’ve taken the unusual step of running stories with a common theme on the front pages of all our north London titles.

In tough times like these, trusted local journalism helps keep you informed and helps keep our community together.

A live online comedy show will raise money to provide free mental health services for Black individuals and families.

“Without our Grassroots Music Venues, there would be no Beatles. No Stones, no Led Zeppelin, no Duran Duran, no Sade, no Oasis, no Skunk Anansie, no Adele, no Ed Sheeran, no Dua Lipa.”

Sir Ian McKellen, Mandeep Dhillon, Joseph Fiennes, Sir Derek Jacobi, Lennie James, Alex Lawther, Miriam Margoyles, Lesley Manville and Elaine Page are among the names backing #ForTheLoveOfArts.

As if 2020 hadn’t done enough to secure its place in the history books, the death of a man under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has propelled Black Lives Matter into the mainstream.

A murder investigation has been launched after two sisters were found dead in Fryent Country Park, near Wembley.

Police enquiries are under way into the circumstances around the death of two women whose bodies were found in Fryent Country Park.

The current ban on evictions ends on June 25. The government must extend the deadline and overhaul the system.

As part of their online learning, Year 6 pupils at Wembley Primary School were asked to write a poem about how they were feeling about life in lockdown. Here are some of the amazing results.

“Like a tattoo I can’t erase.” - a Willesden Green singer decided to raise money for charity with her new single after hearing about a rise in domestic violence during lockdown.

Northwick Park Hospital’s medical director has warned that people who delay getting treatment could be putting their long-term health at risk.

Police are investigating an incident in which a child was stabbed on Friday afternoon (May 22).

We will bring you the latest updates from north London and the response of the authorities to the coronavirus crisis.

Here are images of just some of the thousands of pubs that have played such an important part in London’s history and culture.

I’ll be publishing daily updates from my north London flat, as the country adapts to a health crisis and a culture of “social distancing”.

A fixture of the north London comedy circuit is going online – with ticket prices dependent on the audience members’ situation during coronavirus lockdown.

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“I’ve never been prouder of the dedication shown by all of our key workers,” says Brent’s environment chief, praising waste collection workers and street cleaners.

“Community has never been so important,” according to a senior councillor launching a new campaign.

A Wembley music producer will perform a 24-hour DJ mix to raise money to support NHS staff and volunteers.

Neasden Temple is taking part in a community care initiative in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

MP Dawn Butler has given her backing to the new shadow cabinet after missing out on the deputy leadership in a ballot of members.

Brent Council has put out an appeal for residents to support its efforts to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.

Brent businesses are being encouraged to come forward if they are eligible for support grants.

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