The killer of a young father who was shot dead at a party in Neasden three years ago is still walking the streets.
The last live music venue in Kilburn which was under threat amid claims of violent clashes among drinkers has been saved from closure.
The FA are set to widen their probe into the scandal rocking the sport as QPR become the latest club to investigate allegations
A female motorist in Brent stopped for driving her car on its rims was found to be almost FOUR times over the drink drive limit.
Two of Brent’s three Labour MPs voted with the Government to trigger article 50 to leave Europe despite constituents voting overwhelmingly to remain.
A teenager stabbed to death in Acton had links to Wembley, police have revealed.
A man from Kingsbury has been jailed for carrying out a sex attack on a teenager foreign student after she left a popular West End nightclub.
Stars and their pooches walked the red carpet for an evening of glitz and glamour in aid of a Kensal Green animal charity.
Every Thursday evening a group of young actors gather in Wembley Park as part of Kilburn theatre’s project to ‘map Brent’.
Brent is at risk of losing a third of all its pharmacies if government cuts to their funding are not reversed.
Stroke services at Northwick Park Hospital have been named as joint first in the country, according to figures released by a national audit.
A Macmillan nurse consultant who is based at St Mark’s Hospital has won two awards for her inspirational work with people affected by colorectal cancer.
Residents in Willesden Green are taking a stand with pictures, ribbons and chalk as the council tears up their pavements to replace it with tarmac.
Brent Council are planning to double the fine handed out to anyone caught fly-tipping in the borough.
A contentious meeting held on a Willesden Green street corner ended in a stalemate as residents, council officers and councillors failed to agree on proposed tarmac pavements.
The last remaining Liberal Democrat councillor in Brent is leaving her party to stand as an independent.
A Brondesbury Park councillor has attacked his Conservative leader claiming he is “driven by animosity” and “sabotaging peace within the party.”
Union chiefs at a Brent college are calling for strike action over the suspension of one of its members.
It was a royal occasion for a crop of students at a Brent school who rubbed shoulders with the Duke of Cambridge as part of a history project yesterday.
A new sports facility has opened in a Willesden college thanks to the legacy of a former teacher who left money in his will.
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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