More than 46,000 women in Brent are victims of domestic abuse with the numbers rising year on year.
A temple in Neasden has launched its forthcoming 20th birthday by donating £20,000 to a health charity.
Brent Police have launched a Christmas tree gift appeal for children living in care in the borough.
A community radio station in Harlesden has thrown its weight behind the crusade to save Stonebridge Adventure Playground by giving campaigners airtime yesterday evening.
A man from Neasden has been jailed for keeping a horrific collection of child pornography on his computer tablet.
Jubilee Line customers will be able to alight and change at Bond Street from today again after works on the station finished ahead of schedule.
A 16-year-old girl who went missing from Brent has been found safe and sound.
Les Ferdinand says he is happy to let Harry Redknapp have the final word on QPR’s January signings after the manager insisted his role would be “undermined” by someone else choosing his players.
QPR owner Tony Fernandes has stressed the need to move away from their Loftus Road home if the west London club are to continue to thrive in the Premier League.
George Groves believes he is on top of his game as he prepares to face Denis Douglin at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on Saturday.
A goal of the season contender helped Wealdstone to a valuable 2-0 win at Chelmsford on Monday night in the Conference South.
Brent Schools’ Under-11s manager George Lappas hailed his side’s maturity after Rahman Yesufu triggered a spirited comeback in Saturday’s 3-1 friendly win against Camden at Regent’s Park.
Andy Hutt equalled Kilburn’s senior men’s record of five tries in one match as the league leaders crossed the whitewash 14 times in a stunning 88-7 victory over Old Millhillians.
Chris Seeby knows a thing or two about Ryman League promotion scraps – and he insists Hendon are genuine contenders.
Swedish audiovisual artist Jonna Lee has come up trumps with the year’s most joyously complex pop record.
Young offers fans intimate solo and lavishly orchestrated versions of the same songs, with typically mixed results.
Plenty of lesser-known nuggets and curios from the birth of rock’n’roll, scattered among the big hitters in a great-value set.
Scots synth titans go through the motions on their new studio LP.
Signed to Sufjan Stephens’ label on the back of an internet-enabled word-of-mouth explosion just last year, it’s hard to believe these Indianapolis-born sisters are still just teenagers.
Located in the heart of Harrow on the Hill, Café Café is far from being a café this is a fine restaurant that oozes style.
Fourth album for indie stalwarts loses some grit while setting misery in both the gaunt and the grand.
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