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A Wembley motorist who killed a woman while twice over the drink drive limit has been jailed for six years.

A trader has avoided jail after illegally selling jewellery containing poached elephant hair in his Wembley shop.

The family of a 38-year-old father murdered in Neasden are appealing for any information that could see the culprits charged.

A Kensal Green vicar is planning a unique Christmas tribute to peace by recreating a crib used the year World War Two broke out.

Yesterday, 16:12

Hundreds of Queen’s Park, Brondesbury and Kensal Green school parents have been inspired to come together to support the Shop Local campaign launched by the Brent & Kilburn Times.

Yesterday, 14:59

A consultant psychiatrist at Northwick Park Hospital who turned his area into a popular training option for junior doctors with his nurturing style has been recognised at industry awards.

Yesterday, 11:48

Two thugs who murdered a man in Cricklewood following a row over two bottles of rum have been jailed for life.

Yesterday, 10:27

A Harlesden man is due in court following a fatal stabbing in Kensal Green.

Mon, 10:55

A man has died after being stabbed in Kensal Green.



Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan is confident that new signing Dean Parrett can be another success stories at the club like Dennon Lewis and Charlie Wakefield.


Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that four young cricketers have extended their contracts, with all-rounder Martin Andersson, batsmen Joe Cracknell and Max Holden, and spinner Thilan Walallawita all signing new deals with the club.


QPR manager Mark Warburton urged Bright Osayi-Samuel to keep putting aside speculation over his future after the winger played a starring role in the 3-2 win over Rotherham.

Yesterday, 21:15

Championship: QPR 3 Rotherham United 2

Yesterday, 17:00

Southern League Premier South clubs Hendon and Harrow Borough are set to return to action after the lockdown is lifted next week.

Yesterday, 11:30

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan believes the task of replacing centre-back Connor Stevens has become even harder with EFL clubs allowed to use more substitutes.

Mon, 18:00

Bright Osayi-Samuel is set to keep his place in the QPR line-up for the visit of Rotherham in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday.

Mon, 16:31

Spectators are set to return to sports venues next month as coronavirus restrictions are eased in areas with lower infection rates.

Mon, 16:00

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan believes thrilling 3-3 draw with Sutton United in front of the BT Sport cameras was a great advert for National League football.


Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Le Marche Des Chefs has been supplying Michelin-starred restaurants for two decades and is now delivering hampers of top quality seasonal ingredients within the M25

Up-and-coming Islington R&B singer releases new single that chimes with the times

101 images and testimonies from around the UK are published in a book that began as an idea by swimmers at Crouch End’s Park Road pool

Ron Howard’s screen adaptation of J.D. Vance’s potentially interesting memoir about growing up poor, serves up the standard sentimental fare about family

Order seasonal bottles soon before the Christmas rush advises Ham&High wine expert Liz

You will want to avoid strange and controversial bottles but the Ham&High’s wine expert suggests wines from the UK, Italy and Chile can ring the festive bells

Unexpected second record grinds gloomy indie-pop from the bowels of lockdown.

Jewel bright sauces, healthy dips, and rich aromatic curries marry small plate tapas style with North Indian street food

The appeal of Jean-Luc Godard’s once revolutionary film is now painfully nostalgic but the crude and amateurish scenes retain a timeless magic

It’s not quite cinema but McQueen’s evocation of Police harassment and racial injustice in 1960s Notting Hill is compelling

Roy Andersson’s latest is all filler, no killer, but its refined vision is a pure distillation of humanity.

Kerstin takes inspiration from her former upstairs neighbour Medyan and his family’s restaurant in Willesden Green to cook two Syrian specialities

Film review The Human Voice

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Almodovar’s lockdown project is a half hour English language monologue about Tilda Switon’s jilted lover that feels like an exercise in acting for acting’s sake

Follow up to zombie classic Train To Busan is sentimental, with brain dead plotting annoying characters and too much CGI

Emma Bartholomew experiences a socially isolated holiday in a spot that has been at the centre of Greek mythology for thousands of years.


Let’s get physical! One of the dangers of lockdown is to be lulled into laziness, watching too many box sets, and eating and drinking too much, but there is no excuse to not start exercising to get fit and stay healthy.

UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.

The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start. All companies that trade with the EU need to act now to make sure they are set to go.

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