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Officers in Westminster are concerned for the welfare of Dorothy Caines who also suffers from Type 2 diabetes, for which she needs medication, and may be in the Harrow Road area.

A report published last week by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) shows that Brent’s Troubled Families programme is making good progress.

An awareness event highlighting the dangers of gun and knife crime took place at the UCKG HelpCentre in Kilburn last Sunday, April 2.

A former school worker has been jailed for 17 years over a string of sex offences committed against two underage girls.

The Ice Cafe, in Neasden Lane, and Momtaz, in Church Road, Willesden, are the latest in a string of illegally operating shisha bars to be prosecuted by Brent Council.

The Greater London Authority (GLA) has pledged £750,000 from the London Regeneration Fund for the refurbishment of the Granville Centre.

A trader caught selling illicit match day programmes which could have fleeced football fans out of £45,000 over the 2015 FA Cup semi-final weekend was spared jail last week.

Tottenham Hotspur have reached a deal with Wembley National Stadium Limited (WNSL) for a one-month extension before deciding whether to play their home games at the national stadium next season.

Detectives in Brent have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a residential burglary in Mapesbury Road last month.

Detectives investigating the murder of an elderly woman whose body was discovered in an allotment in Sheaveshill Avenue are renewing appeals for information and specifically wish to speak with anyone who owns a plot there.

Detectives in Wembley have appealed for witnesses to come forward after a student was stabbed in the chest outside the Willesden campus in Denzil Road earlier this month.

Tottenham Hotspur moved closer to playing home games at Wembley Stadium next season after their application to host 27 matches at the full 90,000 capacity was approved despite overwhelming objection from local residents and businesses.

More than 25 residents gathered on a green on Barn Rise, in Wembley, today to plant the first of 60 new trees in the area funded by the Greater London Authority.

Residents living near Wembley stadium have launched a petition in a last ditch attempt to halt Tottenham Hotspurs plans to hold all its home games next season in front a full house.

The #CrimeNotToCare campaign, in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy, aims to educate residents and reduce the amount of household waste illegally dumped by rogue traders.

The consultant, who preyed on low-paid colleagues at Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals, must repay the sum within three months or face a default five-year prison term.

Anthony Neal will take part in the extreme challenge in memory of his grandparents who were cared for at the hospice.

Ms Butler became the first MP to use British Sign Language (BSL) to ask a question in the Chamber while calling on the government to give it legal status.

Dedicated blood donors from the Shree Swaminarayan Mandir joined together to celebrate reaching 2,000 blood donations which have collectively helped to save the lives of up to 6,000 people.

The starving cat, named Kimmie, was taken to the Kensal Green animal charity after a shopper found her left rain-drenched in a wire top carrier.

Information stalls will be set up at Willesden, Harlesden and Wembley libraries this Saturday where residents and parents can find out more about the issue.

A court’s decision to uphold a noise abatement notice breach has left landlord Brian Mannion reconsidering whether to continue holding functions his pub in Harrow Road.

Police officers were called to Denzil Road, outside the College of North West London site, this morning and arrested an 18-year-old male on suspicion of GBH.

Thousands of runners pounded the pavements in the third Vitality North London Half Marathon on Sunday.

A filmmaker from Kensal Rise had been accused of molesting a woman who ‘passed out’ in his bed when they went back to his house after drinks.

They have joined forces with The Lullaby Trust after a survey revealed many parents are unsure how to properly keep their babies safe.

The London Fire Brigade are investigating the cause of the blaze which broke out at an industrial unit during the early hours of Saturday morning.

Shots were reportedly fired in Stonebridge last Friday afternoon.

The Cabinet will meet tonight to consider switching to a modern CCTV system to help curb street drinking and make streets safer.

Local foster carers were joined by their MP and the leader of the council to launch a recruitment campaign aimed at promoting fostering in Brent.

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