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A community library in Kensal Rise has received a £75,000 boost which is bringing it closer to opening after seven years of campaigning.

An award-winning play by a Brondesbury playwright who was inspired by the ongoing migrant crisis and the lives of refugees is being staged.

A woman and two children trapped in their second-floor Colindale flat as a blaze tore through a restaurant below were rescued by firefighters via a ladder.

It seems a day doesn’t pass without another story in the papers or on TV about the funding crisis engulfing our NHS. Our most treasured possession is under pressure like never before and the local picture is no different.

A street food market and pop-up shopping centre is set to open in the heart of Wembley Park in late 2018.

A train depot in Old Oak Common is celebrating its 111th-year anniversary with an open day this Saturday to raise money for a children’s charity.

A community centre in Kilburn is to reopen its café serving meals made from surplus food not used by supermarkets.

Six families have been found cramped in a cockroach-infested house in Wembley with many suffering from insect bites.

Landlords could soon be required to apply for a licence for their properties in designated wards and could face criminal prosecution and unlimited fines if they fail to do so.

Paralympian and TV presenter Ade Adepitan returned to Brent to visit a special needs centre named after him.

A Kilburn-based resident has set up an experimental scheme to collect used cooking oil for conversion into biofuel.

Every Thursday evening a group of young actors gather in Wembley Park as part of Kilburn theatre’s project to ‘map Brent’.

A mother-of-two from Willesden who set up two community groups in Brent for parents and their young children has won a national award.

Brent Council is to overhaul the way it collects its debts following a review that showed it is owed £60million.

A 63-year-old man kept a deadly stash of plastic explosives in the back garden of his home in Wembley, a court heard.

A green-fingered residents’ association in Dollis Hill has scored a hat trick after scooping a gardening award for the third year in a row.

A GP surgery in Kingsbury has been placed in special measures after a health watchdog uncovered a shocking catalogue of failures including a lack of infection control.

A Sudbury man pretended to be Chelsea striker Loic Remy before he raped a woman in her own home, a court heard today.

Pupils grilled a council chief during a special ‘Question Time’ session held at their primary school in Wembley.

A filmmaker from Kensal Rise has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman after she ‘passed out’ in his bed.

An emaciated dog which was rescued from his neglectful owner has found a loving new home thanks to an animal charity in Kensal Green.

What would you do if you could spend a whole 24 hours doing exactly what you want before you started a new job?

A children’s author will be reading extracts from her favourite work at a community library in Wembley.

The owner of an award-winning community café in Kilburn has opened a second branch in Wembley.

Cricklewood train station has been given a blooming marvellous makeover by its ‘adopted family’ thanks to a new scheme.

Former heavyweight boxing champion Audley Harrison and England women’s football superstar Rachel Yankey are among a host of local celebrities and residents who’ve taken part in a new film about Brent.

The credentials of an expert witness involved in the development of an historic pub in Kilburn were called into question this morning.

An entrepreneur from Wembley has launched the country’s first website that selling roasted coffee made the traditional Eritrean way.

Brent has been named as the ‘fattest borough’ in London according to a new report published this week.

A social club in Wembley described as a ‘lifeline’ for pensioners will close after losing an eviction battle against the Roman Catholic Church.

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