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Kilburn by-election will take place on May 5

A by-election will take place in Brent on the same day as residents vote for the Mayor of London and London Assembly member.

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Brent Council appoints two new directors

Brent Council has announced the appointment of two new directors.

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Time capsule planted in Queen’s Park as part of South Kilburn regeneration project

Children from a school in Kilburn have planted a time capsule in a new development in Queen’s Park which will stay buried until 2041.

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Police in Kenton help mother deliver Easter baby in van

Police officers helped a mother in labour to give birth to a baby boy in Kenton yesterday afternoon.

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Queen’s Park Community School teacher wins design and technology award

A secondary school teacher in Queen’s Park has been awarded for his outstanding commitment to his work.

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QPR can grow their fanbase by building new stadium, insists club’s CEO

QPR chief executive Lee Hoos insists it is critical for the club’s long-term future that they eventually move into a new stadium, and he believes there is huge scope to attract more people to follow the Rs – having already seen positive signs this season.

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QPR defender believes he has one more year left in him as a player

QPR’s veteran defender Clint Hill is hoping to extend his playing career by another year, insisting he is feeling as good as ever.

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Kilburn Cosmos squad didn’t know they had secured promotion, reveals Donaldson

Pete Donaldson saluted a job well done as Kilburn Cosmos sealed their promotion on Saturday – while later revealing most of the squad didn’t even know their fate had been sealed immediately after their victory over London Welsh Amateurs.

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Harrow Borough lose for fourth game running as they fail to ease relegation concerns

Harrow Borough slipped to their fourth successive league defeat on Tuesday night as opponents Bognor Regis Town boosted their play-off hopes in the process.

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Anton Chekhov’s classic play Uncle Vanya due in Bexleyheath

It will be performed at the Edward Alderton Theatre.

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Arnold Ridley’s thriller The Ghost Train set to be performed on stage

It will be at the Erith Playhouse in May.

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