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Harrow Council pledge support for terminally ill workers

Published 24th August 2016

Harrow Council became the first London borough to sign up to a new charter to provide protection to staff who become terminally ill. It will protect more than 5,800 staff employed by the council.

Harrow remembers Srebrenica

Published 21st July 2016

Almost exactly 21 years ago, one of the worst atrocities since the second world war took place in Srebrenica, Bosnia.

Come to PRIDE with Harrow Council

Published 15th June 2016

The colours of the rainbow are brightening the streets of London for the two-week Gay Pride festival and Harrow Council is proud to be a part of it.

Who are your local heroes?

Published 31st May 2016

The search is on for Harrow’s unsung heroes who work quietly behind the scenes to make a difference to the lives of others and their community.

Schools take part in Walk to School week

Published 25th May 2016

Schools in Harrow took part in Walk to School Week last week. The week of activities across the borough encourages school children and their parents to walk to school and leave the car at home.

Remembering Srebrenica

Published 26th April 2016

Almost 25 years ago, 8000 lives were lost when a genocidal massacre took place in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica.

Landlord hit with £16k penalty

Published 14th April 2016

A landlord who rented his hazardous property to a family for years was successfully prosecuted by Harrow Council and ordered to pay fines and costs totalling more than £16,000.

New MOT testing service launched

Published 8th April 2016

A brand new MOT service launched by Harrow Council is to benefit residents and businesses in the borough.

Call for pensioners to get credit where it’s due

Published 31st March 2016

With less than 2 weeks to go until the new state pension comes in, Age UK Harrow and Harrow Council urge everyone aged 50 and over to make sure they don’t miss out on what they are owed.

Cash-in-hand employers could face fine

Published 29th February 2016

Employers who pick up workers for cash-in-hand jobs could land themselves with a fine and criminal record, after Harrow Council imposed a Public Space Protection Order at a casual labourers’ hot spot.

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