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An exhibition dedicated to the work of a sculptor from Queen’s Park was unveiled on Wednesday.

A motorcycle training centre is being forced to leave its Willesden base following complaints over noise and the council’s refusal to give it retrospective planning permission.

A special launch took place to unveil The Gods Amongst Us

Speed humps are being blamed for causing loud “thudding and crashing” noises in Willesden.

Hospital chiefs failed to inform the families of four patients that their relative would not be resuscitated if his or her heart stopped, a report has revealed.

William Roache claims police were heavy-handed over incident in Burger King

Niina Makartsenko and John O’Sullivan are struggling to make ends meet

Man, 21, says officers lost vital CCTV footage which could have traced the perpentrators

Kalpesh Khateni helped to raise £60,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Anne Carter met with her old friends at the Grand Junction Arms pub in Acton Lane

Facility in Chalkhill Road obtains self funding status on its fourth birthday

The Fernandes Clan participated in event by Catholic Agency for Overseas Development

The Shree Swaminarayan Temple plans to build an underground car park and accommodation

Driver’s full address was displayed on his parking permit

Leopold Primary School in Harlesden will expand and Capital City Academy in Willesden will build a new school

Cllr Carol Shaw was left with a bruised leg after she tripped up in Dobree Avenue

Laura Aikman features in Bula Quo! alongside Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt

Lera Clarke, presented a cake to staff who nursed her back to health

For those who have walked down Olympic Way or spent any time around Wembley Stadium in the last few years it has been almost impossible to ignore the relentless developments.

First came the stadium and the new Wembley City, but amidst the pair the £90m Brent Civic Centre, the new headquarters of Brent Council, has been gradually taking shape.

Max Walters visited the centre, which officially opened its doors last week, to have a look around.

Choir at John Keble CE Primary School are named the best in Brent

Chris and Miranda Mason will raise money for cancer charities

Hillside Housing Trust has come under fire for allegedly phasing out the S-word

Campaigners claim town hall is ‘waiting for an accident to happen’

The Ebony Steel Band performed at a fundraiser in aid of The Hoffman Foundation for Autism

Other awardees from the borough include a professor from Kilburn who has been made a knight

Mia Ferreira is able to stand herself up after intensive treatment in the USA

Brent Mencap backs residents’ claim in High Court

Proceeds will go to Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital

Daniel Anthony-Bidace shot Dothan Gordon before attempting to murder his disabled partner

Man arrested in St Thomas’s Road following an earlier attack

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Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.

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