A teenager who died after being attacked in a street in Wembley today was stabbed to death and a second man was left injured.
A murder hunt has been launched following the death of a teenager who was attacked near Wembley Stadium.
“Golden oldie” Megan Butcher was joined by 40 friends from the Bush Grove Residents’ Association and was also congratulated by The Queen.
Conservative councillor Joel Davidson is aiming to boost Polish representation at local council level.
A Willesden man who spent his student loan on travelling to Syria to join ISIS has lost his appeal to clear his name.
Brent Council’s planning department is open to fraud and bribery, it has been claimed.
Police are appealing for information about a missing woman with links to Maida Vale, Kilburn and the Edgware Road amid a claim she has been kidnapped.
Brent Council has pledged to come down hard on shops that sell illegal skin bleaching products which can contain ingredients that could kill.
A pop and soul singer living in Willesden is hoping to thrill audiences after featuring in new BBC talent show Let It Shine.
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.
Critics claim controversial health care plans could see the downgrading of two hospitals and leave Brent Council financially crippled by social care costs.
A patient with an incurable bowel illness is fronting a campaign to raise £20,000 for the Sudbury hospital she says has saved her life.
Greener buses are to be rolled out in sections of Brent as part of the Mayor of London’s bid to improve the city’s air quality.
Brent’s only independent councillor has opposed extending a “draconian” public order around Cricklewood, Willesden Green and Kingsbury banning casual workers from finding employment.
There are 22 locations across Brent where residents can drop off their Christmas tree to be recycled if they are not signed up to the borough’s garden waste service.
Brent Council has been slammed for plans to sell public land to an off-shore company in a regeneration deal.
Two of Brent’s three Labour MPs voted with the Government to trigger article 50 to leave Europe despite constituents voting overwhelmingly to remain.
Kilburn-born author of White Teeth, Zadie Smith, looks back at attending Hampstead School in Cricklewood between 1986 and 1993.
Young people who have turned their lives around doing a skills course in Alperton celebrated their success in a special ceremony.
Unions say government plans could leave schools in Brent with a funding crisis.
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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