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A strike by rail workers that would paralyse the Brent section of the Bakerloo Line could be back on – just over a week since it was called off at the eleventh hour.

Leopold School is in Hawkshead Road (Pic credit: Google Streetview)

A popular primary school in Harlesden that tackled a shortage of places by expanding its classrooms to a building in Neasden is proposing to make the arrangement permanent.

The event was organised to appreciate the temple's neighbours and older residents in the borough

A temple in Neasden hosted two special events to thank its neighbours for their support as part of its 20th birthday celebrations.

Panthers is in Ealing Road (Pic credit: Adam Thomas)

A nightclub in Alperton has won its bid to keep its licence despite damning CCTV footage that captured children as young as TWO partying on the dance floor with adults.

Residents fear the water filled whole has exposed them to sewage  (Pic credit: Nathalie Raffray)

Kingsbury residents who were left without water for almost 12 hours following a burst pipe and a pavement collapse yesterday now fear they may be exposed to raw sewage.

Cllr Paul Dimoldenberg is standing down. Picture: Polly Hancock

A Queen’s Park councillor has announced he is to step down as the leader of Westminster’s Labour group next month.

Top left clockwise: Wembley youth centre, Roundwood Myspace, Granville Plus, Poplar Grove (Pic credit: Adam Thomas)

All council-run youth centres in Brent are facing the axe unless they are able to raise their own funds, the Times can reveal.

Church Lane in Kingsbury (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A Kingsbury landlord who tried to dupe planning chiefs was foiled after he submitted fake documents using a method that was created FOUR years after the dates on his forgeries.

A dug hole has filled with water following the burst water pipe (Pic credit:  Ian Hobbs)

Residents on a housing estate in Kingsbury have been left without water until tomorrow morning following a burst pipe and the collapse of a pavement during building works this afternoon.

Crime & Court

Tue, 14:14

A bungling burglar from Harlesden who injured himself while breaking into a house was caught after he left drops of blood at the scene.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Anis Abid Sardar has been given two life sentences

A black cab driver from Wembley who murdered an American soldier by planting a roadside bomb in Iraq has been given two life sentences today.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Anis Abid Sardar has been found guilty of murder

A black cab driver from Wembley has been found guilty of mudering an American soldier with a roadside improvised explosive devices (IED) during a terrorist campaign in Iraq.

Health

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Two care homes in Wembley require improvement following on the spot inspections by government health watchdogs.

Monday, May 18, 2015
Dianne Campbell (Pic credit:  Mary Turner)

A new charity in Brent has been set up to improve the lives of all people living with dementia led by a woman who has the condition.

Monday, May 18, 2015
Central Middlesex Hospital lost its A&E unit last September

NHS bosses were grilled by health and legal experts as part of an independent investigation into surging A&E waiting times following the closure of casualty units serving Brent residents.

Environment

Yesterday, 16:15

Kingsbury residents who were left without water for almost 12 hours following a burst pipe and a pavement collapse yesterday now fear they may be exposed to raw sewage.

Tue, 20:47
A dug hole has filled with water following the burst water pipe (Pic credit:  Ian Hobbs)

Residents on a housing estate in Kingsbury have been left without water until tomorrow morning following a burst pipe and the collapse of a pavement during building works this afternoon.

Tue, 09:06
Protest builds outside St Mary's Catholic Primary School    (Pic credit: Angela Blake)

Residents, parents and children in South Kilburn are fighting against plans to have a controversial HS2 vent shaft installed outside a primary school.

Politics

Yesterday, 14:37

A Queen’s Park councillor has announced he is to step down as the leader of Westminster’s Labour group next month.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Cllr Suresh Kansagra, leader of the Conservative group, Cllr Michael Maurice and Cllr Reg Colwill, deputy leader all re-elected in by Brent Council

Labour councillors have been thrown into confusion after they were forced to vote either Kenton councillors or Brondesbury Park councillors as their main opposition party.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Facing explusion: Kenton councillors Suresh Kansagra, Michael Maurice and Reg Colwill

A feud between Tory councillors in Brent has intensified amid claims the Conservative Party is threatening to expel the three serving the Kenton ward.

Education

A popular primary school in Harlesden that tackled a shortage of places by expanding its classrooms to a building in Neasden is proposing to make the arrangement permanent.

Yesterday, 11:52
Top left clockwise: Wembley youth centre, Roundwood Myspace, Granville Plus, Poplar Grove (Pic credit: Adam Thomas)

All council-run youth centres in Brent are facing the axe unless they are able to raise their own funds, the Times can reveal.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Angela Merkel with Stella Berenyi at the J7 Youth Summit in Berlin

A 14-year-old schoolgirl activist from Dollis Hill was chosen to represent the UK at a youth summit in Germany.

Heritage

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Westminster Council hasve set an unprecedented move by ordering a developer to rebuild a replica of a historic pub in Kilburn that was demolished without permission or warning.

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Maypole dancers at the Church of the Ascension May Fair

All are invited to a traditional May Fair in Wembley this Bank Holiday.

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Rebuild The Carlton campaigners outside Porchester Hall for Westminster Council meeting  Pic credit: Adam Thomas

There were loud cheers from campaigners as Conservatives and Labour councillors agreed a demand that a historic Kilburn pub is rebuilt.

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