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Willesden Green couple to hold hospital fundraising event in memory of their late son

A Willesden Green couple are holding an event on HMS Belfast to raise funds for a hospital’s neonatal ward in memory of their son who died aged two days.

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Willesden grandmother to shave off her hair for Bailey’s Wish

The grandmother of a four-year-old girl with cerebral palsy is shaving off her hair to help her family raise £30,000 for a life-changing operation she needs by the end of the month.

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Wembley man due at the Old Bailey today accused of Romario Green Sudbury murder

A Wembley man extradited from Spain is due to appear at the Old Bailey today charged with the murder of a 20-year-old in Sudbury.

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Two men shot in Cricklewood

Two men in their 20s have been shot in Cricklewood this afternoon.

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Girl, 12, arrested after teenager and woman, 54, assaulted in Harlesden park fight

A girl aged 12 has been arrested after a teenager was attacked and a woman who tried to intervene assaulted and racially abused during a fight at a park in Harlesden.

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‘We have to take it on the chin’ Hasselbaink reflects on QPR’s late frustration

Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink says QPR have to take their late set-back on the chin after they led for almost the entirity of their 1-1 draw with Preston.

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Former Dale Youth ABC duo set to make professional debuts

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Kevin Gallen column: If QPR get their recruitment right they’ll have a great chance of going up next season

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Brent Under-12s secured their first victory of the season with a superb display against Barnet at the weekend, running out eventual 5-1 winners.

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