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Hundreds reject plans to axe engine at Willesden fire station

Hundreds have rejected plans by the Mayor of London to cut Willesden’s fleet of fire engines in half following concerns that scrapping vehicles would drive up emergency response times.

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Santander bank worker from Wembley acquitted of fake accounts fraud

A Santander personal bank advisor from Wembley has been acquitted of helping a fraudster using false identities open account.

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Kenton murder: Four more people charged with killing Che Labastide-Wellington

Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old boy at a birthday party in Kenton have charged four more people with his murder.

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Award for Brent schoolgirl who rescued her best friend from Iraq

A schoolgirl who won a battle for her best friend to return to the UK after she was taken abroad against her will has been given a prestigious charity award.

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Man stabbed repeatedly on street in St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden

A man has been repeatedly stabbed on a street in the St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden.

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James Perch: QPR still have enough time to make the play-offs

QPR defender James Perch still believes the Rs can stake a late claim for a play-off place after making steady improvements under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

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QPR midfielder enjoying spell back in his preferred role

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Brent girls survive late scare to win opening league contest of season

Coach Joe Khalfi hailed a job well done after Brent’s Under-11 girls survived a late scare to beat Lewisham in their first group game of the London League on Saturday.

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Wealdstone man ‘massively disappointed’ by this season but is optimistic about the future

Wealdstone’s veteran striker Jefferson Louis says the Conference South side have been “massively disappointing” this season, but he insists their campaign is far from over – especially if they can put a winning run together between now and the end of April.

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TED 2016 Dream Conference will be screened at Bluewater’s cinema

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He will perform at the Bromley venue on Friday.

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