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FREE parking in Bexley on Bank Holiday Monday
Drivers can park for free in Bexley this Bank Holiday Monday.

Man charged after teenager stabbed to death in Battersea
A man has been charged with murder after a teenager was stabbed to death in Battersea.

Merton High Street closed following crash
Merton High Street is closed following a car crash.

Prince Harry joins Rugby fans at Twickenham for Army v Navy clash
Prince Harry has joined thousands of cheering rugby fans at Twickenham stadium to watch the Army take on their Royal Navy rivals.

Teenage boy, 15, missing from Sutton
A 15-year-old boy has gone missing from Sutton.

College footie stars are undefeated
A COLLEGE football team has arrived back home from an international tournament undefeated.

Community safety champions want to restore self worth and dignity
A community-led group is leading the way in re-establishing dignity and self-worth in the area.

This weeks top news stories in Harrow
Missed any of this week's top stories? Catch up with our weekly round up:

Not mentioning Heathrow plans in Tory manifesto 'won't fool anyone', say Lib Dems
Failure to include plans for a third runway atHeathrowfrom the Tory manifesto "won't fool anyone", the Liberal Democrats have warned.

APPEAL: Man missing from Orpington
A man has gone missing from Orpington.

'We have a moral responsibility to commit to Fair Trade'
People have a moral responsibility to commit to Fair Trade, according to an Enfield councillor.

Bus driver describes finding man who wasnt breathing in Bexleyheath and trying to get help
A Bexleyheath bus driver has spoken of the moment he found the unresponsive body of a man in Market Place.

I dont want to draw my curtains: Anger after huge phone mast goes up due to council mistake
Bexleyheath residents say they are furious a huge phone mast was not prevented from being put up because Bexley Council failed to respond in time to the application.

Man who raped 5-year-old Sutton girl jailed for 13 years
A vile child rapist who committed a string of sex attacks against afive-year-old girl has been jailed for 13 years.

An 18-year-old man is fighting for his life after being stabbed in broad daylight by a gang of youths
An 18-year-old man is in a life-threatening condition after being stabbed in broad daylight by a gang of youths.

Sudden death of true gentleman could lead to heart screenings for Erith students
When true gentleman Shane Holland died of a sudden heart attack age 25, family and friends were shocked because he seemed completely healthy.

Wandsworth is safe: Met Police and Leader of Wandworth Council reassure residents after surge in knife crime in the borough
After three fatalities and a spate of knife crime in Wandsworth Borough, the Met Police and the Mayor of Wandsworth want to reassure residents the borough is still safe.

York Road estate murder victim named by police
A 17-year-old boy stabbed to death while cycling through a Battersea estate has been named by police as Mahamad Hassan.

Former Wallington pupil proposed to girlfriend after completing London Marathon
A former Wallington pupil who proposed to his girlfriend after crossing the London Marathon finish line said he only got through it because he pictured her at the end.

Crimestoppers offer 5k reward after spate of horrific stabbings in Wandsworth
An independent charity is offering a cash reward for information after a spate of horrific knife attacks in Wandsworth.

Listen up, audio boffins think they've got the perfect way to put you in a good mood on train journeys
Audio boffins have come up with an altogether more positive way to influencing train passengers emotions than delays or cancellations do.

Ealing second worst borough in London for drivers using mobile phones under new law
Ealing has one of the worst rates of drivers using their mobile phones in London, statistics from the Met reveal.

A 'dangerous sexual predator' who subjected an elderly woman to a 91-minute rape ordeal has received three life sentences
A man who raped an elderly woman in a 91-minute ordeal has been sentenced to three life sentences.

You've bin warned: This man fears a spate of arson attacks due to Sutton's rubbish collection chaos
Mountains of rubbish which have built up amid Sutton's ongoing bin chaos were allegedly set alight by vandals.

Calls for council leader who damaged confidence in Merton Council to resign
A report into the conduct and use of council resources by the leader of Merton Council says he damaged confidence in the local authority as opposition leaders call on him to resign.

School alert sent to parents after girl was approached by man in Wallington
A Stanley Park High School pupil was made to feel uneasy after a man probed her with a series of personal questions outside Wallington train station.

Woman gives birth on platform at London Bridge station
There was a different kind of arrival at London Bridge station yesterday evening when a woman gave birth to a baby boy on the platform.

Council insists it is on same side as teachers in strike row
Greenwich Council has insisted it is on the side of schools as teachers at two local schools went on strike.

Take our picture quiz to see how well you really know Kingston
With it's ancient marketplace, gorgeous riverside and 150-year-old department store, Kingston is not short of some memorable and beguiling sights.

Harrow Lib Dems welcome Bradford East candidates sacking over 'Jewish slurs'
Harrow Liberal Democrats say they welcome the sacking of a Bradford East general election candidate due to his slurs against the Jewish community.