Drivers are being warned of traffic delays in Wembley and Neasden due to work being carried out on the North Circular Road from Monday.
A paedophile who groomed a girl with gifts including cigarettes before luring her to a hotel in Kenton where he raped her on her 12th birthday has been jailed.
A heartbroken divorcee told a court how her former lover from Wembley left her with a £130,000 hotel bill and not enough money to pay for their baby’s nappies.
A rugby club in Brent got a £1,000 cash boost when they treated customers to a fun day in Neasden.
A dying resident in Willesden had his benefits stopped after he was declared fit for work just weeks before he passed away.
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A former butcher who once held a knife to his throat outside Buckingham Palace led the community charge which stopped a smash-and-grab robber in Kingsbury.
James DeGale has no intention of giving up his world title after his showdown with former champion Lucien Bute was announced – and the former Dale Youth ABC star insists he has no problem with defending his crown for the first time on foreign soil.
Brent Schools Under-14s’ lengthy unbeaten league record was brought to an end as they went down 3-1 at Barnet in their opening match of the campaign.
Hendon manager Gary McCann says his side need to improve their “powers of recovery” when they are trailing after they suffered a second successive league defeat on Saturday.
QPR attacker Jamie Mackie refuses to be too downbeat after his latest injury setback, insisting it is a walk in the park compared to what his team-mate Alejandro Faurlin has had to endure in the past.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas was on target twice, including a stunning injury-time winner, as QPR got the better of Bolton in a seven-goal thriller on Saturday.
QPR are stuck in a rut. With no win in four games, as well as Charlie Austin and Jamie Mackie being sidelined through injury for up to four months combined, these are worrying times at Loftus Road.
Middlesex’s season may have ended with a crushing defeat – but that should not mask a year of tangible progress in the County Championship.
The Merchant of Venice is transposed to the South Asian community of north west London in a black comedy of forbidden love that examines Islamaphobia, hears Bridget Galton.
Fifteen family tickets are to be won for an international circus stopping in Kingsbury next week.
The Muslim comic tells Bridget Galton about her new show, The Kardashians Made Me Do It, and how it’s already been censored by the Tricycle Theatre.
Zippos Circus is coming to Brent tomorrow and it promises to be bigger and better than ever.
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