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Yesterday, 18:38

A company in Harlesden has been named and shamed by the government for failing to pay workers the National Minimum Wage.

Victim: Marta Ligman (Pic credit: Facebook)

A man from Harlesden denied the ‘body in a suitcase’ murder of his girlfriend when he appeared at the Old Bailey today.

Residents have successfully applied for ACV status to protect The Corrib Rest pub in Queens Park   Pic credit: Adam Thomas

Residents in Queen’s Park who are fighting to save their local pub from developers have won their battle for the building to be listed as an Asset of Community Value.

Greenes Irish Bar (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A popular Irish Bar in Neasden has been ordered to sack its manager and install CCTV after Police caught staff hosting early morning “lock ins” for drinkers.

Anne Bharwani conned O2 out of £5k worth of iPhones (Pic credit: Central News)

A university graduate from Stonebridge who conned £5,000 worth of iPhones out of O2 by posing as a director of blue chip companies has been given a suspended jail sentence.

Jeenny Foote lived in Thornberry Court (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A care worker from Harlesden found dead at the hostel where she worked in Acton can be named today as Jenny Foote.

Quintain is developing Wembley Park

The regeneration company developing Wembley Park is set to be taken over by an American company for £700million.

Ann John OBE is the former leader of Brent Council

All Somali women in Brent have been victims of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), according to the former leader of Brent Council who has spent decades campaigning on the issue.

Beirut Gardens is in Cricklewood Broadway (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A community in Cricklewood have won a small victory following the raiding of an illegal shisha café by the council.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 17:48

A man from Harlesden denied the ‘body in a suitcase’ murder of his girlfriend when he appeared at the Old Bailey today.

Yesterday, 15:54
Anne Bharwani conned O2 out of £5k worth of iPhones (Pic credit: Central News)

A university graduate from Stonebridge who conned £5,000 worth of iPhones out of O2 by posing as a director of blue chip companies has been given a suspended jail sentence.

Yesterday, 14:38
Jeenny Foote lived in Thornberry Court (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A care worker from Harlesden found dead at the hostel where she worked in Acton can be named today as Jenny Foote.

Health

Yesterday, 12:13

All Somali women in Brent have been victims of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), according to the former leader of Brent Council who has spent decades campaigning on the issue.

Thu, 17:29
Ken Knight with his sister Sheila who lives at Tudor Gardens Residential Home

A man has accused Brent Council of doctoring documents relating to changes to a residential home in Kingsbury where his disabled sister lives.

Mon, 15:26
Service users and their carers at the New Millennium Day Centre in Robson Avenue

Fears are mounting over the future of two day care centres in Brent following concerns that the council will vote to close one and privatise the other this evening.

Environment

Yesterday, 12:13

All Somali women in Brent have been victims of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), according to the former leader of Brent Council who has spent decades campaigning on the issue.

Yesterday, 11:02
Beirut Gardens is in Cricklewood Broadway (Pic credit: Google streetview)

A community in Cricklewood have won a small victory following the raiding of an illegal shisha café by the council.

Tue, 11:33
Cllr Sam Stopp

Do you live in Brent and you are fed-up of fly-tippers dumping in your street?

Politics

Tue, 12:01

The Green Party’s leading representative on the London Assembly has suggested Jeremy Corbyn is her “preferred” candidate to lead the Labour Party during a visit to Neasden.

Friday, July 24, 2015
Tulip Siddiq

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has said she has no regrets after voting against the government’s controversial Welfare and Work Reform Bill this week – claiming it was a matter of conscience to put her constituents’ interests ahead of the Labour party whip to abstain.

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Sadiq Khan has pledged to ban 'poor doors' should he become the Mayor of London

An MP has pledged to ban ‘poor doors’ on mixed housing developments if he becomes the Mayor of London saying he would never had allowed it in Queen’s Park.

Education

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Pupils at a school in Alperton joined the Secretary of state for Education Nicky Morgan to mark the first national Remembrance Day for victims of honour-based violence last week.

Sunday, July 19, 2015
Chalkhill Primary School leavers delighted to see their letters printed in the Times    Pic credit: Angela Blake

Pupils from a primary school in Wembley have left with a token of their time there in print for evermore.

Friday, July 17, 2015
More than 400 parents have petitioned for Crest Academy against the plans   Pic credit: Angela Blake

More than 400 angry parents have signed petitions against Brent’s last non-faith single sex school teaching mixed classes from this September.

Heritage

Yesterday, 17:20

Residents in Queen’s Park who are fighting to save their local pub from developers have won their battle for the building to be listed as an Asset of Community Value.

Wed, 16:14
The site of the demolished pub Pic credit: Adam Thomas

Campaigners for a pub demolished in Kilburn have won the right to have the developer’s appeals against council decisions heard by public enquiry.

Mon, 18:30
Councillors James Denselow and Michael Pavey outside Willesden Green Library (Pic credit: Brent Council)

Today marked a new chapter for Willesden Green Library as it opened to the public for the first time following a £11million rebuild.

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