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1 hr ago | Enfield Independent
More than 100 campaigners marched through Enfield Town today in protest against the closure of Chase Farm Hospital's accident and emergency service.
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5 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser
Britain is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far tomorrow - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
6 hrs ago | Hillingdon Times
HILLINGDON children narrowly missed out on gaining a place in the finals of a panathlon event for disabled young people.
10 hrs ago | Croydon Guardian
The two men masqueraded as trading standards officers from Croydon Council on February 20 and visited the man, who is in his sixties, at his Purley home.
12 hrs ago | Harrow Times
Borough Commander Simon Ovens packed bags at a supermarket in South Harrow to raises money for the First Stanmore Troop Girls Brigade Harrow's top cop and his officers put their packing skills to the test to raise more than A 700 for a girls brigade.
16 hrs ago | Wimbledon Guardian
A man has escaped a fine and points on his license after being caught driving across a level crossing when the lights were red.
"Hush hush" proposals to put grazing cows in a popular park and golf course are complete and udder madness, users say.
The bubbly will be flowing and the harbour crammed with yachts at the world's biggest property fair next week in Cannes.
Five dog finalists in Green Park, London at a photocall for the Crufts 2014. As this year's finalists line-up to do their owners proud, they'll be hoping to emulate some of their doggy ancestors at the show.
A puppet of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is used by protesters outside Westminster in a demonstration against legal aid cuts Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster in protest at legal aid cuts as thousands of barristers stage a second walkout at courts in England and Wales.
Planned engineering works will close parts of six Tube lines this weekend, as well as parts of the London Overground network.
A contractor was fatally injured in an incident that is believed to have happened in a shaft close to Tottenham Court Road in central London.
A man has been sentenced to ten yeats behind bars for causing the death of his two passengers while he was driving.
A 50p super-glued to the floor, a lost but nice-smelling car and a customer's odd phone request - bizarre situations at Bluewater Here is a top 10 of the most unusual requests, actions or questions from customers in shops around south-east London and north Kent.
A Fathers4Justice campaigner from Doncaster jailed for six months for defacing a portrait of the Queen with paint in Westminster Abbey is due to appeal against the length of his sentence.
All three of Canada's top universities slipped marginally in the 2014 World Reputation Rankings - a sign that the federal government's pledge in February's budget to invest $1.5 billion in new research funding may be just what the country's universities need to bolster their sex appeal in a competitive world market.
Newspaper man Ronald Alfred Pizzey celebrated turning 100 with a party filled with food, cake and family albums to flick through.