“Kind-hearted”, “exceptional” and “one of a kind” were just a few of the tributes expressed as a community said their goodbye’s to Harlesden’s much-loved charity founder.
Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can build brand awareness.
A cyclist, who also had a child on his bike, was involved in a collision with a vehicle in Willesden Green this morning.
There are severe delays on the Jubilee Line after a person was hit by a train in Neasden.
An abandoned cat brought into Mayhew nearly three years ago has finally found a permanent home with a former Eastenders star.
Two Wembley drug dealers have been jailed after one of them was found to have crack cocaine and heroin in his poo.
Brent Council has been accused of social cleansing by one of its own councillors as 197 households are forced to leave two blocks in Kilburn.
Wembley Stadium is no longer for sale after billionaire Fulham FC owner deemed the move “too divisive”.
Library campaigners in Cricklewood got a big surprise and welcome boost with a charitable windfall of more than £100,000.
A Harlesden shop that sold a 16cm boning knife to two 15-year-olds has been fined more than £1,700.
A Willesden Green mum whose daughter battled self-harm has spoken about the hard-hitting photo exhibition she produced to raise awareness of the problem.
People are invited to Gladstone Park to run or walk while raising awareness of mental health – and boosting their own mood.
Oral sex with women is likely the cause of a rise in head and neck cancer among men in Brent, according to a Northwick Park surgeon.
A river blighted with sewage pouring out of people’s toilets in Kenton has led to a giant community effort to start replanting flowers.
A garden specifically for people with dementia has opened in Kilburn - the first of its kind in Brent.
The ramp that has led crowds up to Wembley Stadium for 44 years is to be demolished and replaced with steps.
A Kilburn councillor sacked from his role on Brent’s planning committee “for making the wrong decisions” has had his complaints against the council leader thrown out.
Brent Central’s MP has defended a controversial speech she made at the Labour Party conference where she said it’s “better to break the law than break the poor” when facing government cuts.
The Home Office has been branded a “disgrace” after it deported more than 100 rough sleeping Europeans from Brent over the past three years.
Harlesden schoolboys delivered a powerful plea to all councillors for a nearby skate park to be lit to deter crime.
Westminster North MP Karen Buck joined parents and children to protest the sudden closure of Queen’s Park Nursery.
The headteacher of The Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College has reserved praise for GCSE students for whom ‘academic study can be a struggle’.
The stories of Irish and Pakistani migrant communities who came to Cricklewood have come to life in a new project.
Trojan Records is 50 this year and a new book details the history of the Willesden label that introduced the world to reggae music.
Senior police joined Hindu leaders at a celebration of peace, tolerance and unity in Kingsbury’s Shree Swaminarayan Mandir temple on Wednesday night.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.
Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.
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