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Yesterday, 21:13
Oliver Tetlow was killed on March 9 this year

A fourth man has been charged with the murder of an innocent bystander who was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Harlesden.

Toby Walsh and Fiona Mulaisho of Kensal Rise Residents Association on a walkabout with Cllr Muhammed Butt, Brent Council leader   Pic credit: Jonathan Goldberg

Brent Council’s leader has promised to prioritise “forgotten” Kensal Rise after agreeing to a walkabout with campaigners.

Katharine Birbalsingh, headteacher of Michaela Community School

A Wembley free school is forcing children to eat by themselves and denying them a hot meal if their parents fail to pay for school lunches on time.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre are aiding Pokeman Go players

It’s the latest craze that is sweeping the nation but Pokémon Go fans know only too well how much it drains their phone batteries.

Ivor Baddiel with award winner Isla Horesh and Jewish Care chairman Steven Lewis

A young Cricklewood woman has won an award for her volunteer work giving digital support to people with mental health needs.

Mohammed Shareef has been jailed for eight years

An ice-cream businessman from Sudbury Hill who carried out a £1.6million VAT fiddle which he blamed on his accountants in India has been jailed.

Yusef admitted using a stolen blue badge (STOCK PIC)

A Wembley driver who used a stolen disabled blue badge to avoid paying to park has been given a suspended jail sentence and fined.

Wembley Stadium is the 17th most expensive building in the world

It’s located in the heart of Brent, attracts millions of people to the borough and has now been named as one of the most expensive buildings in the world.

Police and paramedics at the scene this morning (Pic: Twitter@1976anitapatel)

A man has suffered a head injury during a street fight in Wembley this morning.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 21:13
Oliver Tetlow was killed on March 9 this year

A fourth man has been charged with the murder of an innocent bystander who was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Harlesden.

Thu, 17:50
Mohammed Shareef has been jailed for eight years

An ice-cream businessman from Sudbury Hill who carried out a £1.6million VAT fiddle which he blamed on his accountants in India has been jailed.

Thu, 17:13
Yusef admitted using a stolen blue badge (STOCK PIC)

A Wembley driver who used a stolen disabled blue badge to avoid paying to park has been given a suspended jail sentence and fined.

Health

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Sunshine

Health chiefs are urging residents in Brent to take care of themselves and their neighbours in the hot weather.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Prime Minister David Cameron announced a new scheme of payments for victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal during his last Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons today. Picture: PA

As one of his final acts as Prime Minister today David Cameron delivered the news victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal have been expecting for months.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Brent Council is running a 'Slash Sugar' campaign (Pic: PA)

A primary school in Wembley has been praised for taking part in a drive which encourages residents to reduce their sugar intake.

Environment

Yesterday, 18:18
Toby Walsh and Fiona Mulaisho of Kensal Rise Residents Association on a walkabout with Cllr Muhammed Butt, Brent Council leader   Pic credit: Jonathan Goldberg

Brent Council’s leader has promised to prioritise “forgotten” Kensal Rise after agreeing to a walkabout with campaigners.

Friday, July 22, 2016
Father David Ackerman at St John The Evangelist, Kensal Green with a bag of dog poo that he collects on the grounds on a daily basis  Pic credit: Polly Hancock

A vicar in Kensal Green has hit out at dog owners who allow their dogs to leave an unholy mess on his church lawn.

Monday, July 18, 2016
More than 60 people met at Stonebridge Park Station to take part in the Brent Walk for Change organised by Brent Friend's of the Earth

Residents in and around Wembley on a sponsored walk in the borough were surprised to find a beaten track of wide open fields and river paths.

Politics

Sunday, July 24, 2016
Resident in Brent could lose up to £200 a month in benefits

Brent residents in receipt of welfare benefits may see their money slashed by up to £200 a month as changes come in from the government.

Friday, July 1, 2016
'Brexit means Brexit' Theresa May tells conservatives in Hampstead

Just hours after announcing her bid to become leader of the Conservative Party, Theresa May was given a standing ovation as she swept into NW6 - keeping a date with the local Tories which she made months ago.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Left to right: Borough commanders Michael Gallagher from Brent, Adrian Usher from Barnet and Simon Ovens from Harrow

Plans to merge the police borough commanders in Brent, Harrow and Barnet into a single role will be discussed at a public Q&A session tomorrow.

Education

Yesterday, 13:04
Katharine Birbalsingh, headteacher of Michaela Community School

A Wembley free school is forcing children to eat by themselves and denying them a hot meal if their parents fail to pay for school lunches on time.

Mon, 17:01
Thirty-eight pupils were excluded for sexual misconduct. Picture: PA

Thirty-eight pupils in Brent were excluded from secondary school last year for sexual misconduct, figures have revealed.

Friday, July 22, 2016
Sudbury Primary school. Photo by Adam Tiernan Thomas

A troubled primary academy in Sudbury says it is now on the right path after bringing in plans to partner with an outstanding secondary school as well as a new headteacher.

Heritage

Thursday, July 21, 2016
Picture taken last year of Dave Eales, the park's groundsman, with animal keeper Laura Fergi and keeper Andy Mackie

Queen’s Park has been given a Green Flag Award for the 20th consecutive year.

Monday, July 11, 2016
The Carlton Tavern pre illegal demolition by developers CLTX

A council, councillors and campaigners have won their battle to get their popular pub in Kilburn “rebuilt brick by brick” after it was illegally demolished last year.

Monday, June 20, 2016
A Winston Churchill look-a-like takes the children on a tour of the former Cabinet War Rooms in Dollis Hill.  Pic credit: Ian Mansfield

A secret war time bunker in Dollis Hill used by Sir Winston Churchill received visitors for the first of its two annual openings.

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