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Saima Ahmed went missing last August

A police watchdog is probing how the Met investigated the disappearance of a Wembley woman whose body was found four months after she went missing.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Five men have been arrested following a smash-and-grab raid at two jewellers inside Brent Cross shopping centre this morning.

How the proposed 'Twin Towers' will look

Campaigners opposing a “Twin Towers” development in Wembley have asked that the planning application be held back by the new Mayor of London before building work begins.

Jagjivan and Kaltana Masters in Glacier Road near Sainsbury's with the changed signage after successfully appealing a penalty charge notice for turning onto a no right turn

A Wembley couple have won an appeal against a driving fine after they successfully proved a ‘no right turn’ sign in Alperton was obscured by bushes.

Police would like to speak to this man

Police would like to speak to this man following a violent attempted mugging where the victim was racially abused at Neasden tube station.

Brent councillors Mili Patel and Matt Kelcher got married over the weekend

Two Labour councillors in Brent have got married in a wedding which saw guests fly in from all over the world.

Charlene Hall lives in Melrose Avenue (Photo: Google StreetView)

A noisy resident who continuously rattled her neighbours by playing ‘heavy bassline’ music too loudly has been fined.

Cllr Aslam Choudry is the borough's former mayor

A second Labour councillor in Brent has waded into an anti-Israel row involving Facebook a post appeared on his page that called ‘Zionists worse than animals’.

The Gwalia is in Manor Park Road (Pic: Googlee)

A social club in Harlesden that had its licence revoked amid claims that drinkers were allowed to ‘fight it out’ has lodged an appeal to win it back.

Crime & Court

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Five men have been arrested following a smash-and-grab raid at two jewellers inside Brent Cross shopping centre this morning.

Yesterday, 16:57
Police would like to speak to this man

Police would like to speak to this man following a violent attempted mugging where the victim was racially abused at Neasden tube station.

Sunday, May 1, 2016
Police and paramedics at the scene in Grove Way (Pic: Twitter@LAS_JRU)

A man has been seriously injured in a shooting in Wembley this morning.

Health

Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Marie Lynam of Kilburn, whose husband was looked after in Northwick Park with Junior Doctor Mosab Yousif from Egypt, supporting the Junior Doctors Strike .Photo by Adam Tiernan Thomas

Junior doctors at Northwick Park Hospital will not rule out another strike on day two of their historic first “all out” industrial action.

Monday, April 25, 2016
Richard Wisdom, Gorman Collins, Agbeke E Ojugbele, Vi Steele chairman Brent Pensioners Forum (BPF), Siggy Mitchell,  Tom O'Callaghan, George day, David McLeod vice chairman are members of Brent Pensioners Forum  Photo by Adam Tiernan Thomas

Pensioners in Brent fear the junior doctors’ battle for fair contracts is becoming a “war of attrition” as an ‘all out’ strike at Northwick Park Hospital is due to take place tomorrow and on Wednesday.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Leslie Clyne, Kilburn resident, has slammed after care in the borough after being forced to hobble to 13 different centres following an operation on his feet          Pic credit: Jonathan Goldberg

A disabled pensioner from Kilburn said he thought he was going to die amid claims he was forced to visit 11 medical centres to seek treatment for his damaged feet.

Environment

How the proposed 'Twin Towers' will look

Campaigners opposing a “Twin Towers” development in Wembley have asked that the planning application be held back by the new Mayor of London before building work begins.

Yesterday, 16:58
Jagjivan and Kaltana Masters in Glacier Road near Sainsbury's with the changed signage after successfully appealing a penalty charge notice for turning onto a no right turn

A Wembley couple have won an appeal against a driving fine after they successfully proved a ‘no right turn’ sign in Alperton was obscured by bushes.

Yesterday, 14:25
Charlene Hall lives in Melrose Avenue (Photo: Google StreetView)

A noisy resident who continuously rattled her neighbours by playing ‘heavy bassline’ music too loudly has been fined.

Politics

Yesterday, 09:57
Cllr Muhammed Butt is the leader of Brent Council

The leader of Brent Council tried to abolish an election for his deputy so he could appoint the person himself, the Times can reveal.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Sian Berry Green Party Mayoral candidate canvassing in Willesden Green with a resident, Shahrar Ali, deputy leader and far right her father John Berry

The Green Party candidate for London Mayor dropped in on Willesden Green residents as part of a whistle-stop tour to launch her manifesto.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Brent Council has been awarded an excellent rating for its equality policies

An overhaul of Brent Council’s equality policies has resulted in a local government body awarding the town hall with the highest possible award.

Education

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Kilburn Park School Foundation staff and pupils are celebrating an Ofsted upgrading to Good

A primary school is Kilburn is celebrating an upgrading by education watchdogs to ‘good’ with ‘outstanding’ features.

Monday, April 18, 2016
Today is National Offer Day  (Picture: PA)

Parents of four and five-year-olds in Brent will found out today which primary school their children will be attended from September.

Friday, April 15, 2016
Uma Pandya (pic credit: Sudbury Primary School  website)

The headteacher of a Sudbury primary school suspended under allegations of “gross misconduct” has resigned.

Heritage

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Friends of Carlton Tavern and fellow campaigners met to mourn the Carlton Tavern a year on from when it was demolished by CLTX

Campaigners met to mourn their beloved Kilburn pub a year on from when it was demolished by its owner.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Left to right: Tom Jackson , Bouygues Development, Cllr Margaret McLennan, Carlton Vale Primary School  pupils Noor Salem ad Samirah Toney-Vincent, and Cllr John Duffy

Children from a school in Kilburn have planted a time capsule in a new development in Queen’s Park which will stay buried until 2041.

Monday, March 14, 2016
Cllr Lesly Jones and artist Debra Collis join members of Willesden Town Team to unveil Eartha, the mosaic cat (Pic: Adam Thomas)

Willesden’s Town Team showed off their new ‘cat walk’ this weekend when they joined Cllr Lesley Jones, mayor of Brent, for the unveiling of a new feline mosaic on Saturday.

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