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Alison Morrison was "committed to creating a safer Harrow" says council leader

Harrow Times:

5:22pm Friday 19th December 2014

Harrow Council's leader says murder victim Alison Morrison was “passionately committed to creating a safer Harrow”.

Police borough commander pays tribute to murder victim

Harrow Times:

2:11pm Friday 19th December 2014

Harrow’s police borough commander has paid tribute to the woman murdered yesterday morning.

Tributes paid to “shining star” murder victim

Harrow Times:

12:16pm Friday 19th December 2014

Fellow community workers have paid tribute to murder victim Alison Morrison.

Murder victim named

Harrow Times:

11:19am Friday 19th December 2014

A woman who died after being stabbed in the street has been named.

Fears over impact of school amalgamation plans

Harrow Times:

9:02am Friday 19th December 2014

Concerns have been raised over the plans to merge an infant school and junior school.

Blood donation session announced for the New Year

Harrow Times: Blood donation sessions to be held in Ferryhill church

6:10am Friday 19th December 2014

People are being called to give blood to help maintain supplies during the winter months.

School donates presents to children's ward

Harrow Times:

5:07pm Thursday 18th December 2014

High school pupils visited a children’s ward to hand out presents to patients having to spend Christmas in hospital.

Murder investigation launched after woman is stabbed

Harrow Times:

3:14pm Thursday 18th December 2014

A murder investigation has been launched after woman died after being stabbed.

Families enjoy Christmas tree festival at church

Harrow Times:

1:37pm Thursday 18th December 2014

Families flocked to enjoy the display at a church's annual Christmas Tree festival.

Wealdstone Raider goes for Christmas Number One with charity single

Harrow Times:

11:10am Thursday 18th December 2014

A football fan filmed taunting rival supporters could be set to storm the charts and become Christmas number one.

Man in hospital after being hit by car

Harrow Times:

9:01am Thursday 18th December 2014

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after an elderly man was hit by a car.

Plans for historic Headstone Manor and Harrow Museum to be heard this evening

Harrow Times: Headstone Manor and Museum

6:00am Thursday 18th December 2014

Proposal for the regeneration of a manor house and the borough’s museum will be discussed by councillors this evening.

Former mayor to stand for parliament

Harrow Times: Mayor of Harrow Nana Asante

3:51pm Wednesday 17th December 2014

The former Mayor of Harrow has announced she will stand for Parliament in the next general election.

Detectives hunt for gunman after shooting at party

Harrow Times:

1:22pm Wednesday 17th December 2014

Police are hunting a gunman after a man was shot at an 18th birthday party.

Nightclub for disabled people celebrates tenth anniversary

Harrow Times:

11:51am Wednesday 17th December 2014

A nightclub run by and for disabled people has celebrated its tenth anniversary.

Council 'determined' to support local companies after business event

Harrow Times:

9:34am Wednesday 17th December 2014

Hundreds of people attended an event aimed at supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs in the borough.

New micro-volunteering project launched

Harrow Times:

6:00am Wednesday 17th December 2014

A new volunteering project has launched giving those with hectic schedules the chance to donate a bit of free time to a good cause.

School making 'reasonable progress' since being put into special measures

Harrow Times:

5:19pm Tuesday 16th December 2014

A school rated as inadequate and put into special measures is making “reasonable progress” according to the school’s watchdog.

Harrow Times' most read stories of 2014

Harrow Times:

3:32pm Tuesday 16th December 2014

Stories about protests, shisha bars and court cases were just some of the most read stories on the Harrow Times website in 2014.

Money available to help reduce costs of making homes warmer

Harrow Times: Money and energy-saving loft insulation

2:23pm Tuesday 16th December 2014

People will be able to make their homes more energy efficient with money secured from the government.

School expansion consultation to end this evening

Harrow Times:

11:47am Tuesday 16th December 2014

People have until this evening to have their say on proposals to increase the size of an infant and junior school.

School children learn about the benefits of going green

Harrow Times:

9:34am Tuesday 16th December 2014

Pupils learnt about the benefits of going green in a poster design competition.

Hundreds take part in annual Santa Dash

Harrow Times:

6:00am Tuesday 16th December 2014

Hundreds of people took part in a Santa Dash to help raise money for a hospice charity.

Tributes "touched" family of tragic Whitmore High School pupil

Harrow Times:

3:23pm Monday 15th December 2014

The family of a 14-year-old boy who died of an injury he received playing football at school say they have been “touched” by tributes left by classmates.

School gets new mini-bus

Harrow Times:

1:37pm Monday 15th December 2014

A new minibus which will allow pupils at a special needs school to travel together.

Pupils wear Christmas jumpers for charity

Harrow Times:

11:58am Monday 15th December 2014

Primary school pupils donned Christmas jumpers to raise money for charity to make the world better with a sweater.

Harrow Council budget: More difficult decisions to come says councillor

Harrow Times: ROADSHOW: The Carmarthenshire public is being asked to attend events to discuss council budget cuts.

9:29am Monday 15th December 2014

Harrow Council's cabinet member for finance has warned the authority is not even half way through cuts it has to make and that it faces “difficult decisions” in the future.

Help on offer to keep vulnerable warm this winter

Harrow Times: GOOD CAUSE: The Dorset Community Foundation is helping to ensure the elderly keep warm this winter

9:30am Sunday 14th December 2014

Vulnerable people across the borough are being offered free help and support with heating their homes this winter.

Council welcomes brothel closure

Harrow Times: Police hunt burglary gang who stole jewellery from Bradford house

5:28pm Friday 12th December 2014

Harrow Borough Council has welcomed the closure of a brothel following a raid by police this morning.

Borough gearing up for London New Year’s Day parade

Harrow Times:

6:00am Monday 15th December 2014

Volunteers are preparing Harrow's entry for the London New Year’s Day parade.

Olympic medallist visits hospital

Harrow Times:

4:30pm Saturday 13th December 2014

An Olympic, World and Commonwealth medal-winning gymnast visited the children’s ward of a hospital.

Church Christmas tree festival on today

Harrow Times:

9:00am Saturday 13th December 2014

A church will be opening its doors for the public to enjoy a display of more than 40 Christmas trees decorated by different groups.

Tributes paid to schoolboy

Harrow Times:

2:29pm Friday 12th December 2014

Classmates took to social media to pay tribute to schoolboy Sugenth Jeyakumar.

Suspected brothel raided and shut down

Harrow Times:

1:06pm Friday 12th December 2014

A suspected brothel was shut down following a raid by police and immigration officers.

School pupil dies after being injured playing football

Harrow Times: Whitmore High School

11:26am Friday 12th December 2014

A secondary school pupil has died after being injured playing football.

Charity wins national award

Harrow Times:

9:08am Friday 12th December 2014

A charity that helps and supports people with learning disabilities in the borough has won a national award.

Plans for schools to amalgamate to move to next stage

Harrow Times:

6:10am Friday 12th December 2014

Plans to amalgamate an infants school and a junior school will move forward.

Draft council budget approved

Harrow Times: ROADSHOW: The Carmarthenshire public is being asked to attend events to discuss council budget cuts.

10:09pm Thursday 11th December 2014

Budget proposals including a 1.99 per cent council tax rise, a £75 charge for garden waste collection and investment in social workers have been approved by Harrow Council's cabinet.

School pupils donate to Harrow FoodBank

Harrow Times:

5:21pm Thursday 11th December 2014

Pupils from a Saturday school donated half a tonne of goods to the Harrow FoodBank.

Plans for an infant and junior school to combine to be examined

Harrow Times:

3:27pm Thursday 11th December 2014

Proposals to merge and later expand an infant and junior school will be examined by councillors.

Severe delays on underground line due to fire alert

Harrow Times:

1:06pm Thursday 11th December 2014

Commuters face severe delays following a fire alert at an underground station.

Dinner helps raise money for the battle against Ebola

Harrow Times:

11:43am Thursday 11th December 2014

A charity dinner helped raise more than £2,000 to help the battle against Ebola in Africa.

Charity exercise classes on this weekend

Harrow Times: Aerobics for All

9:26am Thursday 11th December 2014

Fitness fanatics are being invited to take part in exercise classes to raise money for charity.

Rat run road could be brought under school road safety scheme

Harrow Times:

9:00pm Wednesday 10th December 2014

A road which people say is being used as a rat run by drivers could be included in a school’s 20mph zone.

Councillors to discuss draft budget

Harrow Times: City council finance chiefs preparing a draft budget will have less of these to work with next year

6:00am Thursday 11th December 2014

Harrow Borough Council's draft budget will be discussed at a meeting this evening.

Church to host Christmas tree festival

Harrow Times:

5:23pm Wednesday 10th December 2014

People are being invited to a church which has been transformed into a Christmas tree winter wonderland.

Royal Mail team take on Santa run for charity

Harrow Times:

3:42pm Wednesday 10th December 2014

A Royal Mail worker donned a Santa costume to complete a run and raise money for charity.

New A&E department opens to patients

Harrow Times:

1:21pm Wednesday 10th December 2014

A new £21million A&E department is now officially up and running.

Council to work with voluntary sector over cuts

Harrow Times:

11:18am Wednesday 10th December 2014

Harrow Borough Council says it is protecting more than £1milllion of voluntary sector funding in its draft budget.

Petition against voluntary sector cuts to be handed in this week

Harrow Times:

9:31am Wednesday 10th December 2014

A petition against cuts to the voluntary sector will be presented to councillors this week.


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