England and Liverpool footballer Raheem Sterling has backed the Labour candidate vying for the hotly contested Brent Central seat in the general election.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted in Kingsbury.
A Queen’s Park councillor raised more than £2,700 for charity by taking part in the Virgin London Marathon yesterday.
A temple in Neasden has launched a charity drive to raise funds for the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.
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Ed Miliband received a Swami’s special blessing during a visit to a Hindu temple in Willesden Green on Sunday.
An elderly pedestrian is fighting for her life following a collision with a lorry in Harlesden..
A second man has been charged by detectives investigating the murder of a Syrian-born preacher in Wembley.
A teenage terror suspect from Willesden accused of travelling to Syria to join forces with the Islamic State appeared at the Old Bailey today.
The health trust that manages hospitals used by residents in Brent has a new chief executive.
Parents and campaigners in Brent have launched a petition to stop health services axing breastfeeding support for new mothers arguing it will increase the hospitalisation of babies.
A recruitment drive held in Neasden to encourage more Asian residents to join the blood stem register signed-up 59 potential donors.
A community in Kingsbury are divided over plans to upgrade a football pitch in their local park.
Campaigners have won their battle to stop a pub in Willesden from being demolished and replaced with a 10-storey housing block.
Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham pledged that he would keep an NHS walk-in centre in Cricklewood open if he is in government after May’s General Election.
No, they are not a pop group crossing Abbey Road, they are pupils from a secondary school in Harlesden launching a new zebra crossing.
Campaigners for a Willesden primary school were back on the picket line this week fighting plans to turn it into an academy and will do it again next week if pleas are not heard.
A top Neasden primary school is celebrating after being awarded an Outstanding status by education watchdogs.
Councillors have warned they are ready to “throw the book” at owners who demolished a much-loved pub in Kilburn without prior warning or planning permission.
Safety inspectors are making “initial inquiries” into the shock demolition of a historic pub in Kilburn.
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