A teenager has been jailed for rape and attempted murder after stabbing a 15-year-old girl and forcing her to have sex with him in Hampstead Cemetery.
Four fire engines and around 20 firefighters battled the blaze in Harrow Road last night after seven people escaped without injury.
British Transport Police were called to the Tube station shortly after 7am this morning before the woman was taken to hospital.
The sausage dog, named Bob, was born completely deaf but is now on the lookout for his pawfect home thanks to The Mayhew.
Police and the London Fire Brigade were called shortly before 1pm after 60mph winds blew off a section of roofing which fell outside Costa Coffee.
Ingrid Schultz, 65, travelled abroad, dined out at restaurants and splashed out on shopping sprees after pocketing £10,000 over five years.
Jurors failed to reach verdicts last week on charges of rape and sexual assault regarding an incident at York University in June 2014.
Jason De Sousa, 21, was arrested yesterday and will appear at Hendon Magistrates Court today while a 20-year-old has been bailed until March.
A sports centre in Sudbury is urging people to sign up for a charity swim.
Shock figures have revealed that Brent has the highest number of newly reported cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the capital.
A grandmother from Kenton has praised staff at Northwick Park Hospital who she credits for saving her life with innovative procedures.
A mental health centre in Brent has been slammed by a health watchdog for restraining its patients too much and failing to keep proper records on incidents.
A Muslim community in Willesden Green has donated 500 free flower trees to passers by.
A Kingsbury father smelling toxic fumes near schools in the area has urged the council to take action on “illegal waste burning.”
Four Brent community groups have been monitoring air pollution in the southern part of the borough as part of a citizen science project across London.
MPs Tulip Siddiq and Catherine West both made impassioned speeches before voting against allowing Britain to leave the EU.
Brent Council’s planning department is open to fraud and bribery, it has been claimed.
Brent Council has been slammed for plans to sell public land to an off-shore company in a regeneration deal.
Staff at a Brent college are striking over the suspension of a colleague.
A school in Wembley has won an Outstanding London Sports Venue Award for 2017.
A grassroots project to keep Brent tidy has been launched by an army of school litter pickers.
Brent Council has introduced a cap on the number of betting shops, payday day loan stores, pawnbrokers and takeaways that can be opened in town centres in the borough.
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A minute silence fell over Barham Park in honour of Remembrance Sunday.
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