A sports centre in Sudbury is urging people to sign up for a charity swim.
Shock figures have revealed that Brent has the highest number of newly reported cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the capital.
A community centre in a deprived area in Queen’s Park which offers advice services for vulnerable residents has been praised by the mayor of Westminster.
A grandmother from Kenton has praised staff at Northwick Park Hospital who she credits for saving her life with innovative procedures.
A fundraising gala dinner in Wembley raised more than £6,000 in support of vulnerable and marginalised women and girls.
A Cricklewood bingo employee has coerced his wife to run a half marathon with him for a children’s charity.
An abandoned 14-month-old dog discovered “soaking and freezing cold” in the Grand Union Canal, is now on the lookout for a stable new home after being rescued by a Kensal Green animal charity.
A man remains in “serious but stable condition” after scaffolding fell on him and a colleague in Cricklewood.
A drug dealer from Harlesden has been jailed for driving with a police officer on his car bonnet while trying to avoiding arrest.
A film made by homeless people in Cricklewood has beaten stiff competition to be shortlisted for a prestigious award
Police have launched a murder investigation following the fatal stabbing of a 21-year-old man in Brent Cross.
An RE teacher from Kilburn has given her pupils the marathon task of keeping her charity run training on track.
An abandoned puppy was saved by firefighters after a blaze broke out at a suspected cannabis factory in Harlesden.
Alan Johnson MP is coming to Kensal Rise to entertain people about his colourful life to raise much needed funds for a community library
A school in Wembley has won an Outstanding London Sports Venue Award for 2017.
Wembley Park is to become the largest development site in the UK for rental properties with the promise of 5,000 new homes.
Campaigners in Queen’s Park have launched a petition as they reignite their campaign to save a valued community space above an empty pub.
A Muslim community in Willesden Green has donated 500 free flower trees to passers by.
The traditional sounds of Irish music will ring out over Kilburn on Saturday as a much loved pub re-opens to the public.
A council officer from Brent has self published a book with all of its royalities donated to a Wembley-based children’s charity.
Detectives investigating an alleged sexual assault of a schoolboy in Willesden Green continue to appeal for witnesses and information.
A sixth form pupil from Queen’s Park is bringing the global fight against poverty to Brent.
A Kingsbury father smelling toxic fumes near schools in the area has urged the council to take action on “illegal waste burning.”
An 18th century chapel in the heart of Kensal Green Cemetery is re-opening as a gallery with the launch of a series of art exhibitions.
Brent Council’s planning department is open to fraud and bribery, it has been claimed.
Therapists from Kensal Green’s Mayhew Animal Home got some media attention this week as they cheered people up as part of ‘Blue Monday’.
A controversial regeneration deal in Stonebridge involving off-shore companies has been given a green light by council chiefs.
A mental health centre in Brent has been slammed by a health watchdog for restraining its patients too much and failing to keep proper records on incidents.
A Kensal Rise actor has got behind a campaign calling for black communities to confront their increased risk of prostate cancer.
Brent Council has been slammed for plans to sell public land to an off-shore company in a regeneration deal.
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