A teenager from Kilburn has a chance to get into the finals of a busking competition and urgently needs backing from people in Brent.
Callous thieves have stolen a “trusty old ambulance” vital to an animal charity in Kensal Green.
When Italian Nadia Mensah Yeboah arrived in England aged 13 she spoke barely any English but that hasn’t stopped the Capital City Academy pupil who is off to university to study law.
Two Wembley Park pupils are off to Cambridge University while another who started school life with barely any English is heading to Warwick.
An Ark Academy A-Level student is waving goodbye to Wembley as she embarks to study philosophy at Cambridge.
Moonlighting as a part-time piano instructor, a Queens Park Community School pupil has attained the three A*s asked of her by a top university.
Dozens of tenants were discovered living in damp and unsafe converted bedsits during a dawn enforcement raid in Preston Road.
Children in Stonebridge have graduated from a busy week learning howto make composters and other horticultural delights.
Armed police and helicopters swooped on Kilburn at the weekend following reports of a wanted suspect in the area.
Parishioners and motorists are being warned of road diversions in Kensal Green for the next three weeks after a sewer collapsed near a church.
The front counter at Kilburn Police Station has been earmarked for closure alongside a number of safer neighbourhood bases amid £400m cost-cutting plans by the Met.
Charity golfers helped to raise more than £12,000 for a Kenton hospice by enjoying a great game and some fine food.
A trade union “trailblazer” from Kilburn whose role as a dinner lady in Brent was to spearhead free school meals for children, has died.
Staff and pupils of a Brondesbury primary school praised the “incredible gesture” after a housing association gifted them nearby woodland instead of building homes on it.
One person has been rescued and one man taken to hospital after a fire swept through a house in Neasden.
A giant interactive festival celebrating the diverse cultures of India is heading to Kingsbury for three days.
More than 100 people have signed a petition demanding urgent fire safety work be carried out at their housing association flats.
A host of animals are descending on Neasden in a free event aimed at bringing the countryside to a built up part of the borough.
Gas engineers due to start working in Kensal Rise have been temporarily pulled off the job for failing to turn up.
Campaigners hoping to bring a library in Cricklewood back to life are crowdfunding to make the dream happen.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition urging the council to review its decision to allow developers to demolish a popular shopping parade in Dollis Hill.
Ketan Sheth, councillor for Tokyngton Wembley and chair of community and wellbeing scrutiny committee writes:
Eight men scaled three mountains in under 24 hours which will allow special needs pupils in Kensal Rise access to drama sessions.
The Ade Adepitan Short Breaks Centre in Kingsbury has once again been rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
A business studies student was stabbed to death outside his hall of residence in Wembley after a row over a dirty look escalated.
The chief executive of a fracking company has said he will not explore sites in Brent in the event of huge opposition.
Two men and two women have joined Willesden’s team of clergy stepping towards a path to priesthood.
A new organisation committed to addressing the dangers of air pollution in Brent has held its first public meeting.
Plans are being developed to conserve a 144-year Jewish cemetery in Willesden and open it as a site of heritage.
Four ‘Baywatch’ lifeguards are hitting The Beach at Brent Cross this weekend with temperatures expected to sizzle.
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