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Yesterday, 17:19

Alan Medley is a man on a mission to provide Kilburn with free and inclusive music tuition.

Yesterday, 17:08

Hopes for a return to more normal lives for all have soared with news of the vaccine roll-out. Here, medical experts unite in their reassurance to the public that vaccines meet strict standards of safety and effectiveness.

Yesterday, 14:08

Eight months after it was forced to close, Kensal Rise Library is throwing open its doors again.

Yesterday, 11:23

Long forgotten planters at Sudbury Town Station have been brought back to life and won a environmental award.

Yesterday, 11:18

From January 1, 2021 the way the UK trades with the EU will change. Businesses need to act now! This is true for retail, those trading in consumer goods, services and investment, construction and housing as well as vehicle and haulier firms.

Yesterday, 10:01

London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park is expecting “pent up demands” from shoppers as it reopens following lockdown.

Wed, 13:49

A Stonebridge man has been jailed after stabbing his victim in the neck with a broken bottle.

Wed, 12:22

A Queen’s Park schoolboy is on his way to Singapore after smashing a £500,000 fundraiser for vital leukaemia treatment.

Tue, 16:58

A 12-year-old student has created a Lego animation based on the George Michael mural in Kingsbury.

Sport

Yesterday, 16:00

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan is delighted fans can return to Grosvenor Vale in the coming weeks, following the latest Covid-19 restrictions announcement.

Yesterday, 13:00

The youngest goalkeeper in the Southern League Premier South –Matthew Hall – is hoping he can follow in the footsteps of Premier League shot-stopper Nick Pope.

Yesterday, 12:49

The Premier League and the EFL have agreed a rescue package to protect lower-league clubs from going under amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Yesterday, 12:22

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan is urging the National League to alter the substitute rules as injuries mount up across the league and especially in his squad.

Wed, 15:55

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan was proud of his side’s performance as they fell to a 2-1 defeat against league leaders Torquay United but is concerned about the injuries creeping into his squad.

Wed, 14:13

QPR manager Mark Warburton admitted he was lost for words in the dressing room after his side lost 2-1 at home to Bristol City despite dominating much of the game.

Tue, 17:01

The RFU has welcomed the news that government has given the green light for 15-a-side contact rugby union to return at grassroots level, subject to adaptations.

Tue, 12:00

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan feels Torquay United have everything a squad needs to earn promotion ahead of their clash.

Mon, 12:30

Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan has revealed they’re on the hunt for a new goalkeeper as Harry Isted has been recalled by his parent club Luton Town.

Entertainment

Mon, 16:48

We round up the dedicated local venues putting on live theatre, concerts, puppet shows and cabaret around Hampstead Highgate and Islington over the festive period

Food blogger and columnist Ms Marmite Lover rounds up the best books for cooks this Christmas

Customers serenaded at outdoor concerts at the Highgate Wood and Queen’s Park cafes have donated hundreds of pounds to Help Musicians

Chefs at the Kings Cross independent restaurant are boxing up roasts, Turkey and trimmings and Saturday night feasts to be served from fridge to plate in an hour

Henry Blake’s feature debut about a teenager groomed to sell drugs in a depressed seaside town is unrelentingly bleak but has depth, insight and visual impact

Enchanting re-imagining combines digital effects with dancers performing roles voiced by actors so you see Dickens’ fierce tale of social injustice afresh

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

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Hopes for a return to more normal lives for all have soared with news of the vaccine roll-out. Here, medical experts unite in their reassurance to the public that vaccines meet strict standards of safety and effectiveness.

From January 1, 2021 the way the UK trades with the EU will change. Businesses need to act now! This is true for retail, those trading in consumer goods, services and investment, construction and housing as well as vehicle and haulier firms.

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.

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