Cllr Ketan Sheth, Brent Council’s chair of community and wellbeing scrutiny committee, writes:
Brent Central MP Dawn Butler is urging the council to fit sprinklers in all of its high rise blocks to avert another fire tragedy after visiting an estate in Kilburn.
A vicar in Kensal Green is opening up his church for a charitable afternoon of family fun organised by two of his parishioners.
A Harlesden resident whose life was saved by blood transfusions is calling on more black donors in Brent to donate.
Young and old are invited to join a charity run to raise awareness of knife crime in memory of a Kingsbury man stabbed to death.
The sun shone down in Gladstone Park as hundreds of people enjoyed a day of free fun, games and dog shows.
Brent Central’s MP has been appointed shadow minister for diverse communities, by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Armed officers were called in after a gang carrying knives chased a man down a street in broad daylight.
More than 2,600 people - from toddlers through to senior citizens -joined in the annual 10K challenge at Neasden Temple and held a minute’s silence for those who perished in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Three women have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old woman in Kilburn.
Quamari Serunkuma-Barnes told medical staff the name of his alleged killer after he was chased and knifed to death outside his school, The Old Bailey heard
A centre supporting people with learning disabilities and autism has been rated “outstanding” by inspectors.
The 66-year-old hopes to raise money for the latest cancer research and treatment at The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which has given the finest care to her daughter.
A Kilburn-based resident has set up an experimental scheme to collect used cooking oil for conversion into biofuel.
Communities living near a waste site in Cricklewood are campaigning for the relocation of a waste firm as they battle daily against smells and dust.
A disabled Harlesden entrepreneur who battled for funding to launch her healthy food academy is officially celebrating its opening this weekend.
Tulip Siddiq used her general election victory speech to reasssure the Jewish community that she recognised there are issues in the Labour Party,
With no party winning an overall majority during this election, we now have what is called a hung parliament. But what exactly does that mean?
A merger between two further education colleges has been given the green light.
A PE teacher from a Kingsbury school is determined to further enhance the wellbeing of students with special educational needs after an eye-opening trip to Grenada.
An independent school is reducing its sixth form scholarship scheme in a bid to cut costs.
Brent Council has introduced a cap on the number of betting shops, payday day loan stores, pawnbrokers and takeaways that can be opened in town centres in the borough.
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A minute silence fell over Barham Park in honour of Remembrance Sunday.
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