Quality fish and chips are promised in Kilburn by pub chiefs who have been given a green light to turn their function room into a takeaway.
Brent recorded the third highest numbers of homicides across London in the 12 months up until June of this year.
Community members young and old gathered together to switch on festive lights in Kenton.
Leocardo Loney, who went missing from Wembley more than two months ago, has been found dead.
Grave concerns are mounting at a Kilburn cemetery after asbestos was found in a mound planned for new burial plots.
It was a victorious evening for campaigners in Harlesden as plans to build a block of flats on a tiny strip of land got rejected by planning chiefs.
Keeping young people safe is the idea behind a fundraising campaign to keep a community hub in Queen’s Park open seven days a week.
Aspiring actors and film lovers are invited to question TV star Samuel West at a question and answer session in Kensal Rise.
Two friends put their baking skills together to raise more than £300 for a cancer charity.
A community hub has opened in Kingsbury where people can eat, knit or simply hang out and chat.
A 15-year-old boy charged with the murder of Saif Abdul Majid in Neasden is to appear at the Old Bailey.
Developers forced to rebuild a Kilburn pub they demolished ‘brick by brick’ have had their application to include flats turned down.
A new voluntary body which will campaign for clean air in the borough has been officially launched in Willesden.
Dollis Hill’s Imagination star is to appear in Wembley as part of Children in Need Rocks the 80s.
Park users say they are ‘gutted’ at the closure of the Queen’s Park cafe which has been at the heart of the community for more than 25 years.
The opportunity has arisen for one bright musician to shine under a spotlight and perform before crowds at the SSE Arena in Wembley.
The medal-winning DeaflympicsGB team took a tour around the Houses of Parliament as part of a celebratory reception hosted by Dawn Butler MP.
Sir Trevor McDonald has broadcasted a message urging pensioners in Brent to get a flu jab.
Workers in east London got a treat as a group of dogs travelled from a Kensal Green charity to cheer them up.
A Muslim and a Jewish organisation brought their communities together at a special interfaith festival in Brondesbury Park.
The mother of a Kingsbury man stabbed to death in an unprovoked attack has made an emotional appeal to help catch his killer on the second anniversary of her son’s murder.
Plans to build 45 flats on a former warehouse site in Harlesden have sparked a protest by residents who say the development is too large and will overlook a girls’ school.
Visitors to Brent Reservoir are being warned not to dip their hands in the water which is currently polluted by a current outbreak of toxic algae.
Quicker repairs, more investment in council blocks and new smartphone apps for transactions are being introduced as Brent’s council’s housing stock comes back in-house.
Neighbours in Brondesbury are asking how the body of a pensioner who died alone lay undiscovered in his home for up to three months.
The sun came out as neighbours in Dollis Hill celebrated their horticultural awards win.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with an arson attack on student halls in Cricklewood.
Police have named the young man stabbed to death in Neasden as Saif Abdul-Majid.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car in Dollis Hill.
Queen’s Park’s oldest and most popular dance school is celebrating its 50th anniversary with show stopping performances this weekend.
If you have been looking for laser hair removal, beauty salon treatments, or skin care services you may be confused and overwhelmed with so much information out there and so many clinics and salons promising miraculous results.
Louise McGowan, who started as headmistress of Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College in September, speaks to education editor James Scott about life at the school.
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