Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times’ readers this week.
Two seriously injured Brent police officers attended court in wheelchairs to watch the drunk driver who smashed into them jailed.
A pharmacist from Willesden has been jailed for plotting a “devastating” Islamic State-inspired terror attack with a man she met on a Muslim dating website.
A 21-year-old man who hid a shotgun and live ammunition in his Neasden home has been jailed for five years.
The woman who sat with teenager Quamari Serunkuma-Barnes on the pavement after he was fatally stabbed has launched a dance show in his memory.
Brent Council has been slammed for chasing money from a veteran war hero who died last year.
Mosques in Brent threw open their doors to welcome visitors of all faiths as part of a UK-wide event.
SIX generations of one family gathered in Dollis Hill to celebrate their great-great-great grandmother’s 100th birthday.
Emergency services were called to Kilburn High Road at 3.30pm on Tuesday following reports of a stabbing.
The Duchess of Cambridge has said she is committed to helping the “youngest and most vulnerable” in society as she visited a Kingsbury primary school to launch a mental health website.
Health chiefs in Brent are urging people to avoid going to hospital if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms in order to protect other patients.
Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.
Residents and parents were left wanting further assurance after a meeting last night on asbestos contaminated ground at Paddington Old Cemetery, near Salusbury School in Kilburn.
A public meeting is set to be held tonight after asbestos was found buried in Paddington Old Cemetery last year.
Thames Water has issued an apology for not fixing a sewer vent pole before the column snapped in half on a street in Neasden.
The cost of dying in Brent is set to increase by hundreds of pounds in a budget proposal passed by the council’s cabinet.
Kilburn’s most outspoken councillor has resigned from the Labour group.
A recent Channel 4 news report has raised questions about Tulip Siddiq’s involvement in Bangladeshi politics, writes Ham&High editor Emily Banks
An Alperton Community School art and textiles teacher has been named as a finalist in a million-dollar Global Teacher Prize.
Pressure is building on The Village School to scrap its academisation plans following packed public meeting at Brent Civic Centre last night (Thursday).
The proposed academisation of The Village School is up for debate in the wake of three consecutive days of strikes.
One hundred years ago our country took the first important step in giving some women the right to vote.
One hundred years ago a group of suffragettes based in Kilburn where part of the movement to secure voting rights for women.
The ‘Lions of Grunwick’ will always be remembered in Dollis Hill now two murals have been unveiled detailing their iconic strike 40 years ago.
The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.
If you have been looking for laser hair removal, beauty salon treatments, or skin care services you may be confused and overwhelmed with so much information out there and so many clinics and salons promising miraculous results.
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