A bakery in Harlesden and a curry house in Wembley were forced to close to the public after they were found to be overrun with cockroaches.
A 48-year-old woman has been named by police as one of Brent’s four most wanted people this week.
Brent may be the home of English Football Association but the borough won’t be a sending a team to take part in the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games.
The Department for Education has launched an inquiry into Mohammed Emwazi’s former secondary school, to see if lessons can be learned to prevent radicalisation.
Fundamentalist killer Mohammed Emwazi has left the Queen’s Park community he used to call home reeling in shock.
Community leaders in Queen’s Park have appealed for calm and unity in the wake of the revelation that the notorious terrorist Mohammed Emwazi grew up in the area.
An online trader in Cricklewood has admitted selling £170,000 worth of fake Sennheiser headphones on Amazon to unsuspecting buyers.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says the lack of black managers in England was not part of his decision to appoint Chris Ramsey as manager.
With Mark Hughes and Harry Redknapp now in the past, QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says he wants to find the right balance when it comes to signing players.
Hooks ABC star Danny Barrett saw the England youth championship title slip away from him with 13 seconds remaining of his fight with the highly rated Harris Akbar (Bradford Police).
Growing up in Harlesden, Dean Sylvester was rated as one of the best players in Brent, if not London.
Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett is backing two of his loan stars to follow in the footsteps of former players who have gone on to enjoy careers in the Premier and Football League.
Brent Schools FA chairman Chris Ampofo has called for talks to take place with the Premier League to help grassroots football.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes is eager to hold talks with Cargiant regarding plans to build a new stadium at Old Oak Common.
The playwright tells Bridget Galton why British media needs more nuanced coverage of troubles in the Middle East.
Queens Park, Kensal Green and Kilburn are finally on the map now an artist has hand drawn the area complete with local landmarks.
Janet Kay, a star of the 70s musical movement Lover’s Rock, tells Alex Bellotti why she’s bringing its story to the stage at the Tricycle.
In the quiet confines of a Kensal Rise tennis club, a crowd are watching a play about the third tower that fell on September 11 2001.
There are not many restaurants that can boast an accolade from the government so before I even stepped foot into Nipa Thai I knew I was going to be in for a culinary treat.
Do you believe the official story of the September 11 Twin Towers attack? Do you know a third tower went down that day?
A cocktail of innovative storytelling, circus and live percussion, the stage adaptation of Zizou Corder’s Lionboy is coming to Kilburn’s Tricycle Theatre this month as it prepares for an ambitious world tour.
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Thankfully no one on board suffered more than a few “bumps and bruises”.
Stanley Evans is not afraid after the attack.
Don’t get Nick wrong, he’s still very “anti-drugs” – even if he is planning to soften up some of the laws.