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Harrow Times
Sex attacker allowed to continue living near victim after assault on hospital workeraccommodation was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested
Sex attacker allowed to continue living near victim after assault on hospital worker
Harrow Times / Posted 2 hours ago
accommodation was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested. David Lockley, 55, of Pinner Road, Harrow, was also working at the hospital – as a contractor – at the time of the attack last year. Lockley was found guilty... Read more
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Harrow Times
Harrow businessman handed record-breaking fine for being unable to prove legal waste disposalTharmalingam, owner of Food Corner Express in Rayners Lane, found himself in co
Harrow businessman handed record-breaking fine for being unable to prove legal waste disposal
Harrow Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Tharmalingam, owner of Food Corner Express in Rayners Lane, found himself in court after ignoring requests from Harrow Council to prove he was disposing of his rubbish legally. Mr Tharmalingam, 48, was slapped with a £2,370 fine and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Teenagers roll up their sleeves to transform Harrow care homeTeenagers from the National Citizen Service have been rolling up their sleeves
Teenagers roll up their sleeves to transform Harrow care home
Harrow Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Teenagers from the National Citizen Service have been rolling up their sleeves to support a Harrow care home this summer. The group of young people aged 15-17 have been visiting the team at Rowanweald Residential Care Home, on Weald Lane, as part of... Read more
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Harrow Times
Harrow Borough impress in Tonbridge Angels defeatHarrow Borough produced their best performance of the season but still fell to
Harrow Borough impress in Tonbridge Angels defeat
Harrow Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Harrow Borough produced their best performance of the season but still fell to a 1-0 defeat at Tonbridge Angels in the Ryman Premier Division on Tuesday. The hosts were indebted to goalkeeper Anthony Di Bernardo as he made a number of excellent... Read more
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Daily Mail
Negative comparisons between Olympics and football are unfairtrophies and then when he loses the changing room, as he always does, United wi
Negative comparisons between Olympics and football are unfair
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
trophies and then when he loses the changing room, as he always does, United will have no talented youngsters left. Ratty, Harrow. Mourinho refused to sell Adnan Januzaj because he has a future with United. He signed Cameron Borthwick-Jackson to a... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Online dating lothario busted by girls after adding 256 women to WhatsApp groupdocument storage and document software". A separate LinkedIn profile listing a
Online dating lothario busted by girls after adding 256 women to WhatsApp group
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
document storage and document software". A separate LinkedIn profile listing a Gerald Rossoux as a sex therapist from Harrow has been deleted but is still listed on Google searches. The woman were hit up by Kitching on various online dating... Read more
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Harrow Times
Steve roars to successHARROW is home to one of motorbike racing's up-and-coming riders. Steve Henegh
Steve roars to success
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
HARROW is home to one of motorbike racing's up-and-coming riders. Steve Heneghan, of West Harrow, rode at the most famous road race in Northern Ireland last week, the North West 200 - which is similar to the Isle of Man TT - and Steve rode to an... Read more
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Harrow Times
Steve struggles to strong finishproblems hindered him throughout the weekend. He fought hard to finish in a wel
Steve struggles to strong finish
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
problems hindered him throughout the weekend. He fought hard to finish in a well-deserved 26th position. Steve, of West Harrow said: "It was a lower result than I was aiming for, but with the problems I had, it was a strong result. I was fast... Read more
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Harrow Times
Harrow sprinter looking to make amends at World ChampionshipsHarrow sprinter Laura Turner admits she couldn’t find top gear at the World Cha
Harrow sprinter looking to make amends at World Championships
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Harrow sprinter Laura Turner admits she couldn’t find top gear at the World Championships in Daegu after she failed to get out of the heats – but the Brit has vowed to make amends in the relay. The 29-year-old could only manage 11.42 seconds in... Read more
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Harrow Times
Youngsters through to finalHarrow St Mary's Under-10s are into the prestigious Gubby Allen Trophy final at
Youngsters through to final
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Harrow St Mary's Under-10s are into the prestigious Gubby Allen Trophy final at Lord's for the first time after topping their qualifying group at North London CC. They held their nerve to finish first in a tough group featuring Sheen Park and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Bill bowled over by awardas he is know to friends, started his playing career at the tender age of 14 in
Bill bowled over by award
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
as he is know to friends, started his playing career at the tender age of 14 in 1945 and has played for many clubs in the Harrow area. Currently he turns out on Saturday for Parkfield and Headstone, where last season he was instrumental in forming... Read more
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Harrow Times
Sex attacker allowed to continue living in hospital accommodation after assaultaccommodation was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested
Sex attacker allowed to continue living in hospital accommodation after assault
Harrow Times / Posted 9 hours ago
accommodation was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested. David Lockley, 55, of Pinner Road, Harrow, was also working at the hospital – as a contractor – at the time of the attack last year. Lockley was found guilty... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ben-Hur review: Abridged remake of classic film an epic failits star. While Huston has no shortage of talent, he has yet to match his break
Ben-Hur review: Abridged remake of classic film an epic fail
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
its star. While Huston has no shortage of talent, he has yet to match his breakout role as the sensitive sniper Richard Harrow in TV's Boardwalk Empire, who hid his disfigurement behind a mask. With his face fully revealed, he seems to have only... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
'Divas' help out local sheltersOn hand are, from left, is Rhonda Kent of Redwood Park, Lisa Spinks-Smith of th
'Divas' help out local shelters
Barrie Examiner / Posted 20 hours ago
On hand are, from left, is Rhonda Kent of Redwood Park, Lisa Spinks-Smith of the Women's and Children's Shelter, and June Harrow and Shelly Skinner of Event Divas. The Event Divas have been busy raising more than $14,000 for local charities during... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
Charger golfers improve to 3-1 Members of the 2016 Middlesex High School golf team include, from left, head
Charger golfers improve to 3-1
Southside Sentinel / Posted 22 hours ago
Members of the 2016 Middlesex High School golf team include, from left, head coach Greg Harrow, Hunter Purcell, Hunter Ward, Matthew Wilson, Mason Duke, Avary Payne, Elliott Redmon, Will Leggett, Greg Pitts and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Train services delayed due to emergency incidentemergency services incident. Chiltern Railways said services had to be stopped
Train services delayed due to emergency incident
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
emergency services incident. Chiltern Railways said services had to be stopped between London Marylebone and Sudbury and Harrow Road in both directions due to the emergency services having to deal with an incident. The lines have now reopened... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
5 returning runners give Lady Charger harriers experience for upcoming seasonBrown, senior Ashton Carter, and sophomore Kaitlyn Fary all ran last year and w
5 returning runners give Lady Charger harriers experience for upcoming season
Southside Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Brown, senior Ashton Carter, and sophomore Kaitlyn Fary all ran last year and will be the foundation of coach Jennifer Harrow’s team. Chowning was the only MHS harrier to qualify for the state meet last year, finishing 10th in Region A with a... Read more
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Harrow Times
Woman sexually assaulted at Northwick Park HospitalPark Hospital was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested
Woman sexually assaulted at Northwick Park Hospital
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
Park Hospital was allowed to continue living on site even after he was arrested. David Lockley, 55, of Pinner Road, Harrow, was also working at the hospital – as a contractor – at the time of the attack last year. Lockley was found guilty... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Borehole Ends 100-Year Wait for Water in Abuja Villagein Nigeria as they are so far removed from the trappings of wealth that surroun
Borehole Ends 100-Year Wait for Water in Abuja Village
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
in Nigeria as they are so far removed from the trappings of wealth that surround them," said Efe Oluwatosin, president of Harrow Grace Foundation, a non-profit charity. "What we saw is a town surrounded by beautiful landscape and hills, wonderful... Read more
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Harrow Times
Harrow businessman handed record-breaking fine for suspected fly-tippingTharmalingam, owner of Food Corner Express in Rayners Lane, found himself in co
Harrow businessman handed record-breaking fine for suspected fly-tipping
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
Tharmalingam, owner of Food Corner Express in Rayners Lane, found himself in court after ignoring requests from Harrow Council to prove he was disposing of his rubbish legally. Mr Tharmalingam, 48, was slapped with a £2,370 fine and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Fresh CCTV images released in hunt for man who knocked-out traveller at Harrow train stationFresh CCTV images have been released in the hunt for a man who launched a viole
Fresh CCTV images released in hunt for man who knocked-out traveller at Harrow train station
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
Fresh CCTV images have been released in the hunt for a man who launched a violent assault on a traveller at a Harrow train station. Just before 2pm on Friday July 24, a 22-year-old man bumped into the attacker in the ticketing area at... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Tribute paid after Norfolk man’s rich life of service and horsesRichard Wilson, of Great Hockham, died on August 15 aged 83. Major Wilson was
Tribute paid after Norfolk man’s rich life of service and horses
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
Richard Wilson, of Great Hockham, died on August 15 aged 83. Major Wilson was born in Sevenoaks and educated at Harrow School, and went onto to serve in the army for 25 years. He served in the Suffolk regiment, which later became the... Read more
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The Age
Ben-Hur review: Abridged remake of epic film a pointless exerciseits star. While Huston has no shortage of talent, he has yet to match his break
Ben-Hur review: Abridged remake of epic film a pointless exercise
The Age / Posted yesterday
its star. While Huston has no shortage of talent, he has yet to match his breakout role as the sensitive sniper Richard Harrow in TV's Boardwalk Empire, who hid his disfigurement behind a mask. With his face fully revealed, he seems to have only... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Highgate climb out of relegation zone again - but Brondesbury and Hornsey stumble in promotion fightHighgate’s final two games are against two promotion contenders – Brondesbury a
Highgate climb out of relegation zone again - but Brondesbury and Hornsey stumble in promotion fight
The Ham&High Network / Posted yesterday
Highgate’s final two games are against two promotion contenders – Brondesbury and Hornsey – while Acton face seventh-placed Harrow St Mary’s and basement boys Wembley, who have lost 13 of their 16 matches this season. Asked to bat on Saturday,... Read more
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Everton FC
Bolasie Calling The Tunefor the challenge.” And hungry to continue the upward curve of a career that b
Bolasie Calling The Tune
Everton FC / Posted 2 days ago
for the challenge.” And hungry to continue the upward curve of a career that began on those sloped pitches at Didcot Town, Harrow Borough and Wealdstone FC. “Everton is a big club and I know all about it from having played against them over the... Read more
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Harrow Times
Gold medal-winning sprinter inspires kids during visit to Harrow gymnastics clubCommonwealth gold medallist Dwain Chambers inspired young athletes during a vis
Gold medal-winning sprinter inspires kids during visit to Harrow gymnastics club
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
Commonwealth gold medallist Dwain Chambers inspired young athletes during a visit to a Harrow gymnastics club. Chambers paid a visit to the kids at the Harrow School of Gymnastics on Christchurch Avenue, on Sunday, to take them through some drill... Read more
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Harrow Times
Groundbreaking charter to help terminally ill workers agreedA groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill employees stay in work has to
Groundbreaking charter to help terminally ill workers agreed
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
A groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill employees stay in work has today (Tuesday) been signed by Harrow Council. Harrow is the first London borough to sign up to the voluntary Dying to Work Charter. The charter will provide protection to... Read more
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Harrow Times
Groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill workers agreedA groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill employees stay in work has to
Groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill workers agreed
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
A groundbreaking agreement to help terminally ill employees stay in work has today (Tuesday) been signed by Harrow Council. Harrow is the first London borough to sign up to the voluntary Dying to Work Charter. The charter will provide protection to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Everything you need to know about this year's Notting Hill Carnival5am, Tuesday August 29. There will also be lane restrictions on Great Western R
Everything you need to know about this year's Notting Hill Carnival
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
5am, Tuesday August 29. There will also be lane restrictions on Great Western Road. The boundaries for the closures are Harrow Road in the north, Notting Hill Gate in the south, Clarendon Road in the west and Queensway in the east. Happy times:... Read more
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Harrow Times
Marsh project aims to restore Stanmore's wetland habitatsitself. “This was one of the worst parks in the borough for anti-social behavi
Marsh project aims to restore Stanmore's wetland habitats
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
itself. “This was one of the worst parks in the borough for anti-social behaviour. The park seems much better now,” said Harrow Council’s Michael Bradshaw. “We have seen this area flood completely, in June it flooded twice. Houses around here... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Clippers claim provincial titletook the long way home. After winning the opener 6-3 against Wyoming Friday ni
Clippers claim provincial title
Delhi News Record / Posted 2 days ago
took the long way home. After winning the opener 6-3 against Wyoming Friday night the Clippers dropped a 9-7 decision to Harrow Saturday morning. With their backs against the wall in the double-elimination format, a Saturday afternoon contest vs.... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Clippers claim provincial titletook the long way home. After winning the opener 6-3 against Wyoming Friday ni
Clippers claim provincial title
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 3 days ago
took the long way home. After winning the opener 6-3 against Wyoming Friday night the Clippers dropped a 9-7 decision to Harrow Saturday morning. With their backs against the wall in the double-elimination format, a Saturday afternoon contest vs.... Read more
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Harrow Times
Walking football season set to return to HarrowThe walking football season is set to resume at Harrow Leisure Centre next mont
Walking football season set to return to Harrow
Harrow Times / Posted 3 days ago
The walking football season is set to resume at Harrow Leisure Centre next month. After its success earlier this year, the slower-paced version of the traditional game will relaunch at the Christchurch Avenue centre on September 6 with a free... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Clean up crew’s many hands make rubbish-strewn Seven Kings alley light workinternational spiritual movement from India - gathered to clean it up on Sunday
Clean up crew’s many hands make rubbish-strewn Seven Kings alley light work
Ilford Recorder / Posted 3 days ago
international spiritual movement from India - gathered to clean it up on Sunday. Project coordinator, Jaspal Singh, from Harrow said: “It is our personal choice [to get involved]. By doing these social works we will get inner peace, inner self... Read more
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International Business Times
Everything you need to know about Notting Hill Carnival - from dates to travelget the bus? On Sunday and Monday, bus services begin from Notting Hill Gate i
Everything you need to know about Notting Hill Carnival - from dates to travel
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
get the bus? On Sunday and Monday, bus services begin from Notting Hill Gate in the south and from the Prince of Wales on Harrow Road, close to Elgin Avenue, in the north. Night buses in the area will be subject to diversions. There will be... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This is how scammers are using iPods to steal your bank detailsthe customer’s credit or debit card, which is then used by the thieves to withd
This is how scammers are using iPods to steal your bank details
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
the customer’s credit or debit card, which is then used by the thieves to withdraw cash using the PIN number. Police in Harrow, north west London, say the simple trick is being used by an organised gang of criminals operating across the country... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'Ben-Hur': Jack Huston breathes new life into 2016 updateand noble bearing naturally. The British actor, best known to North American a
'Ben-Hur': Jack Huston breathes new life into 2016 update
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
and noble bearing naturally. The British actor, best known to North American audiences as disfigured assassin Richard Harrow in Boardwalk Empire, stars as Judah Ben-Hur in the 3D remake opening Friday. The swords and sandals epic is the story... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Family-friendly Havering Show features attractions for all agesa craft market, street food, licensed bars and West and Coe funeral directors t
Family-friendly Havering Show features attractions for all ages
Romford Recorder / Posted 4 days ago
a craft market, street food, licensed bars and West and Coe funeral directors two Friesian black horses for children to pat. The show takes place on Sunday 28 and Monday 29 August between 11am and 6pm on both days at Harrow Lodge Park, Hornc... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
At the library, Aug. 21Deadly Medicine,” Margaret Truman and Donald Bain

“The Beautiful Pretende

At the library, Aug. 21
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 4 days ago
Deadly Medicine,” Margaret Truman and Donald Bain

“The Beautiful Pretender,” Melanie Dickerson

“Under the Harrow,” Flynn Berry

“New York Nocturne: The Return of Miss Lizzie,” Walter Satterthwait

“The Gilded Years,”... Read more

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Daily Mirror
When is Notting Hill Carnival 2016? See dates, map, outfits and weather forecastterminate earlier than usual to avoid the road closures. During these times, b
When is Notting Hill Carnival 2016? See dates, map, outfits and weather forecast
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
terminate earlier than usual to avoid the road closures. During these times, buses will start from the Prince of Wales on Harrow Road to the north of the carnival area. To the south of the carnival area, buses will start from Notting Hill... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
By George - farmer uses disc harrow to show his support for Tipp20 August 2016 A farmer has gone to great lengths to show his support for Geor
By George - farmer uses disc harrow to show his support for Tipp
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 5 days ago
20 August 2016 A farmer has gone to great lengths to show his support for George Hannigan and the Tipperary footballers ahead of tomorrow's All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo. The... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Athletics ace Ollie completes PB trebleOllie Smith (Chichester Runners) competed for Harrow AC in the final round of t
Athletics ace Ollie completes PB treble
Chichester Observer / Posted 5 days ago
Ollie Smith (Chichester Runners) competed for Harrow AC in the final round of the British Athletics League. The 400m ace was recruited as a ‘higher-claim athlete’ to win points for Harrow in their battle to stay in division one.I set myself a goal... Read more
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Gazette
Sharpness and Cam go head-to-head in top match of the daytogether for the second weekend at Sharpness’ home ground. Berkeley Town enjoy
Sharpness and Cam go head-to-head in top match of the day
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
together for the second weekend at Sharpness’ home ground. Berkeley Town enjoyed a 3-2 away win at Leonard Stanley and will be hoping to put pressure on top dogs Sharpness and second-placed Harrow Hill when they travel to Bibury. Promoted... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Wanstead skipper Joe Ellis-Grewal believes out-of-form Hornchurch will be tough oppositiona poor run of form. When the sides met in June, the Herons were knocked off to
Wanstead skipper Joe Ellis-Grewal believes out-of-form Hornchurch will be tough opposition
Romford Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
a poor run of form. When the sides met in June, the Herons were knocked off top spot as Roy Smith’s men won by 14 runs at Harrow Lodge Park. But a lot has changed since then, with Wanstead back on top, while four straight defeats has seen... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Mixed emotions for Hornchurch as Paul Walter shines on first-class debut for Essex, but Roy Smith’s men lose ground on Wansteadpleased to see Hornchurch’s Paul Walter shine for Essex this week, but conceded
Mixed emotions for Hornchurch as Paul Walter shines on first-class debut for Essex, but Roy Smith’s men lose ground on Wanstead
Romford Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
pleased to see Hornchurch’s Paul Walter shine for Essex this week, but conceded his success has dented their own aims. The Harrow Lodge Park club were in Essex League Premier Division action last Saturday, while Essex met Derbyshire in Division Two... Read more
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Harrow Times
VIDEO: Armed robber jailed for string of attacks on bookmakersfor a string of robberies on bookmakers in north London. Darren Maudner, 41, w
VIDEO: Armed robber jailed for string of attacks on bookmakers
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
for a string of robberies on bookmakers in north London. Darren Maudner, 41, was sentenced to eight years in prison at Harrow Crown Court on August 12. The court heard how Maudner, of Goddard Drive, Bushey, entered the bookies on College Hill... Read more
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Harrow Times
Harrow Post Office set for move into nearby high street chainA Post Office branch in Harrow is set to move into a nearby WHSmith store, it w
Harrow Post Office set for move into nearby high street chain
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
A Post Office branch in Harrow is set to move into a nearby WHSmith store, it was confirmed today. The shop will up sticks from its current College Road location and move into the WHSmith store in St Ann’s Shopping Centre, transforming it into a new... Read more
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guardian-series
Jazz musician Courtney Pine is still on a world tour after almost 30 yearsgenre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-m
Jazz musician Courtney Pine is still on a world tour after almost 30 years
guardian-series / Posted 6 days ago
genre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-minute sets. Courtney, who has lived in Harrow for 20 years, is bringing the sounds of the saxophone and bass clarinet to the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, in Tottenham,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Jazz musician Courtney Pine is still on a world tour after almost 30 yearsgenre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-m
Jazz musician Courtney Pine is still on a world tour after almost 30 years
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
genre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-minute sets. Courtney, who has lived in Harrow for 20 years, is bringing the sounds of the saxophone and bass clarinet to the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, in Tottenham,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Music: Jazz musician is still on a world tour after almost 30 yearsgenre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-m
Music: Jazz musician is still on a world tour after almost 30 years
Harrow Times / Posted 6 days ago
genre brings people of all ages and backgrounds together during one of his 90-minute sets. Courtney, who has lived in Harrow for 20 years, is bringing the sounds of the saxophone and bass clarinet to the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, in Tottenham,... Read more
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