Plans to regenerate Old Oak Common and Park Royal have been given the seal of approval from the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
A pedestrian has died following a collision involving two vehicles on an accident blackspot road in Wembley.
A by-election in Kenton will take place on March 5 following the death of one of the ward’s councillors.
This week’s most wanted man in Brent has been named by police as Jose Semedo.
Brent Council is sitting on £1.3million of government funding for vulnerable people while disabled campaigners fight desperately to save the borough’s only multi care day centre from closure.
The fatal accident occurred when two vehicles collided on Empire Way just before 6.54am this morning, and hit a pedestrian.
Brent Council has become the first in the country to approve new business rates incentives to pay the living wage.
A woman and three men have been arrested following a shooting in Stonebridge yesterday afternoon.
A thug from Wembley who coshed and stabbed a man during a violent unprovoked attack yards from his home has been jailed for eight years.
Angry, confused and frightened, a crowd of people who depend on Willesden’s only day care centre are prepared to fight for its survival with the little time they have left.
Patients with the most serious medical cases at Northwick Park and Ealing Hospital A&E units faced the worst waiting times in London last week.
A midwife at Northwick Park Hospital who refused to provide care to her patients and took her break during an emergency situation has been struck off.
Traders and residents in Queen’s Park are fighting plans to convert popular business units into a luxury housing development.
A grieving daughter has accused cemetery staff of desecrating her mother’s grave after they ripped out flowers she planted in her memory.
Residents in Brent are being warned they face a heavy fine if they use an illegal skip company which is operating in the borough.
Brent Central’s Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate has been named as his party’s race equality champion.
A rift between rival Conservative councillors in Brent has deepened following claims that the death of one of them was being used to score points.
An independent French school which will open in Wembley later this year will be named after the former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
A Wembley nursery has made “vast improvements” since it was accused of exposing children’s lives to danger last year, according to an education watchdog.
Campaigners for a Stonebridge play centre say the council should be doing more to defend Brent in light of government cuts as it prepares to slash its funding.
An historic 19th century organ in a Willesden Green church has been recognised with a prestigious Grade II listing.
An iconic landmark in Harlesden will be returning next month after it was removed to allow a £4.5million regeneration project of the town centre to take place.
Labour councillors in Brent are being threatened with suspension by their national party as a feud over a building in Wembley intensifies.
The iPhone maker has broken financial records, and we’ve got the eye-watering numbers to prove it.
And it doesn’t involve surgery.
The iPhone maker smashed financial records and expectations when it announced its latest round of results.
14 office blocks have all been legally protected from demolition because apparently, they’re of “special interest” to the country.