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ARK  has been give the green light to establish a new primary school in Wembley

Two more free schools to open in Brent

The education secretary has given the green light to the establishment of two new free schools – which will deliver a total of 1,470 extra places.

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The headquarters of the new Trust is at Northwick Park Hospital.

North West London Hospitals and Ealing NHS Trusts merge today

The hospital trust serving Brent has merged with a counterpart in Ealing to become one of the country’s biggest healthcare divisions today.

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Shay Thripp, Naomi Landau, Cristina Bruno and Clare Craig submitting their  petitions to the DfE back in May.

Blow for parents as government rejects bid for West Hampstead free school

A group of parents hoping to open a free school in West Hampstead next year have seen its bid rejected by the Department of Education.

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Kingsbury man charged with Edgware street brawl appears in court

A Kingsbury man appeared in court yesterday accused of taking part in a street fight which has left a 26-year-old fighting for his life.

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This man is wanted in connection with an assaulted in Alperton

London’s unsolved transport crimes includes Alperton assault

An assault on a bus in Alperton is featured in a list of unsolved transport crime in London.

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Pianist and TV presenter James Rhodes with Anna Sinko Uribe, Laurelle Coleman-Awowi and Louis Mithcell (Pic credit:Paul J Cochrane)

Three schoolchildren from Brent win music scholarships

Three young musicians from Brent have won a four-year music scholarship to help develop their musical talents.

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All three men will appear in court today

Kingsbury man charged following street fight in Edgware

A Kingsbury man has been charged in connection with a street fight which has left a 26-year-old fighting for his life.

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Kenton dad jailed for £55k benefit fraud

A petrol station attendant from Kenton has been jailed for falsely claim £55,000 in housing benefits in a six-year long scam.

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Colindale man charged with Burnt Oak stabbing appears in court

A man from Colindale has appeared in court charged with carrying out a stabbing outside Burnt Oak tube station on Friday.

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Christopher King has had his sentence reduced to 10 years

Wembley attacker has jail sentence reduced on appeal

A vicious thug from Wembley who led a brutal attack on a man he knew had suffered brain damage in a previous assault has had his jail term cut on appeal.

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Vanessa Albuquerque, 16 from Willesden (studying Health & Social Care),  Michelle Ayos, 16 from Willesden (studying Social Care), Sara Shabaan, 18,  from Kingsbury (studying Education & Care), Najma Abdinoor, 16 from Kingsbury (studying Science).

Coffee morning at Brent college raises £120

Students and staff at a college in Brent raised £120 for charity by taking part in Macmillan’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’.

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Heider Rasheed and Osamah Altameemi left 10 cars for sale in Barretts Green Road (Pic credit: Google Streeview)

Two car dealers fined for illegally trading in Harlesden

Two men have been fined for illegally displaying cars for sale in a street in Harlesden.

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Colindale man accused of Burnt Oak stabbing

A man from Colindale has been charged with carrying out a stabbing outside Burnt Oak tube station on Friday.

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Driss Benzeroune was found guilty of benefit fraud

Suspended prison sentence for benefit cheat who scammed £24k from Brent Council

A benefit cheat who made false claims to pocket more than £24,000 from Brent Council has been given a suspended prison sentence.

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Council rejected plans to demolish this building

Council rejects plans to demolish historical building in Kensal Green

Residents in Kensal Green have won their fight to save a historical building from being turned into flats after council chiefs rejected the plans.

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Waiting times for allotments have halved in Brent

Waiting times halved for allotments in Brent

The average waiting time for an allotment in Brent has been more then halved in the last three years.

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World Cup 1966 legends Geoff Hurst (left) and George Cohen attended the event

Football legend Geoff Hurst hosts tea party in Wembley Stadium

Football legend Geoff Hurst hosted a special tea party in Wembley Stadium aimed at helping Brent pensioner develop their digital skills.

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Cllr Keith Perrin will step down from his role as lead member for environment

Brent Council cabinet member resigns from role

A Brent Council cabinet member has handed in his resignation for ‘personal reasons’ -just three months after being elected.

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Brent Council is set to appeal the verdict

Brent Council to appeal ruling black worker was racially discriminated against

Brent Council is to appeal against a ruling which found it guilty of racial discrimination and victimisation against a former black employee by an employment tribunal.

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Ed Miliband making his keynote party conference speech this week. Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire.

POLL - Do you support Labour leader Ed Miliband’s mansion tax plans?

Labour leader Ed Miliband has promised 8,000 new GPs and 20,000 more nurses under a Labour government funded by a controversial mansion tax.

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Anis Abid Sardar has appeared in court

Wembley man accused of plotting to murder soldiers with roadside bombs in Iraq appears in court

A father-of-one from Wembley accused of plotting to murder British and American soldiers with roadside bombs in Iraq has appeared in court.

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The four year old was told to eat free school meals against her parent's wishes (pic credit: Jan Nevill)

Primary school in Queen’s Park bans pupils from having packed lunches

A primary school in Queen’s Park has banned a four-year-old girl from bringing in a packed launch despite her suffering from a food allergy.

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The man was attacked in Harlesden

Man fighting for his life following attack in Harlesden

A man is fighting for his life after he was beaten up in a car park in Harlesden.

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Anis Abid Sardar will appear in court today

Wembley man charged with conspiracy to murder in relation to bomb making in Iraq

A Wembley man has been charged with conspiracy to murder in relation to the manufacture of bombs found in Iraq in 2007

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Ishaan Joshi will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Policeman from Kilburn to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity

A police officer from Kilburn will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and raising thousands of pounds for charity in memory of his late brother.

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Dr Rebecca Johnson

Green Party name parliamentary candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn

An internationally-recognised expert on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, with more than 30 years experience in the field, has been selected to stand for the Green Party in Hampstead and Kilburn.

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John Dunne pleaded guilty to vehicle interference

Man jailed for attempted theft in Dollis Hill

A man from Dollis Hill has been sentenced to jail for attempting to steal from a car in the earlier hours of the morning.

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Ahmed Abdullahi appeared at Harrow Crown Court

Trial date set for Wood Green man accused of Harlesden attempted murder

A driver from Wood Green accused of the attempted murder of a man following a hit-and-run in Harlesden will stand trial in March next year.

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Sams 99p has slashed the price of its goods to 89p (Pic credit: Jan Nevill)

Wembley discount store sparks price war by slashing goods to 89p

A pound shop price war is in the midst in Wembley High Road after one store slashed all its goods to 89p.

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Fenan Michael has been jailed for four years

Jail for dealer caught in Harlesden with drugs hidden in his mouth

A known drug dealer who risked his life by putting crack cocaine and heroin in his mouth to stop police finding them during a search has been jailed.

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Appeal to find couple who saved woman from sex attacker in Wembley

Brent Police are appealing for an Asian couple who saved a woman from a potential sex attack in Wembley to come forward.

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David Headlam was stabbed in Drayton Road

Two teens deny murdering David Headlam in Harlesden

Two teenagers accused of chasing and stabbing a church minister’s son to death in Harlesden have appeared in court today where they denied his murder.

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Fatberg are causing floods in homes across London

Brent residents warned to ‘bin it’ to avoid raw sewage floods

A campaign has been rolled out in Brent warning residents they risk their homes being flooded with raw sewage by throwing leftover cooking fat down the sink.

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Thieves are targeting people wearing valuable Asian gold jewellery

Brent Police issue chain snatch warning to Asian and Hindu community

Brent Police are advising the Asian and Hindu community to be on their guard of chain snatch thieves who increase their actions during Diwali and Navrati.

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The man is being questioned at a police station in south London

Man arrested under the Terrorism Act in north west London

A man has been arrested under the Terrorism Act at his home in north west London this morning.

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An e-fit of one of the suspects

Bogus police officers handcuff and rob woman in Colindale

The hunt is on to find two bogus police officers who robbed a woman at knifepoint after tricking their way into her home in Colindale.

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Smoke alarm alerts sleeping residents to fire in Cricklewood flat

Sleeping residents living in a flat conversion in Cricklewood managed to escape with their lives after a smoke alarm alerted them to a fire in their building.

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Emanuel Dagama is due in court today

Old Bailey trial for man accused of three sex attacks

A 20-year-old man accused of carrying out three sex attacks in Wembley, Kenton and Harrow will stand trial at the Old Bailey.

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Brent Council has been found guilty of racial discrimination

Brent Council found guilty of victimisation and racism against black worker

Brent Council has been found guilty of racial discrimination and victimisation against a black worker by an employment tribunal.

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