The rain wasn’t going to stop a residents’ association in Queens Park planting a tree to celebrate four decades of working within their community.
A Conservative MP who lives in Wembley will be thrown in jail next month – all in the name of a charity in Kenton.
The secondary school that ISIS executioner ‘Jihadi John’ attended in St John’s Wood has said it is ‘shocked and sickened by the news’.
A pair of chain snatch robbers who targeted a pensioner have been jailed and banned from entering a housing estate in Neasden where they struck.
A Brent councillor who was convicted of dangerous driving and actual bodily harm (ABH) has today been given a road ban and ordered to carry out community service.
Police are appealing for information after a semi-conscious man with a head injury was found lying in a road in Stonebridge.
Students from a secondary school in Harlesden interested in becoming budding journalists got the chance to see how it was done at a special event.
A shop trader in Kilburn who sold fake mobile phones, tablets and electric goods which could injure or kill has been fined.
Council chiefs are accused of trying to force a 96-year-old war veteran into a care home by refusing to increase the funding needed for a live-in carer.
An NHS centre in Brent is seeing its numbers fall at a time where A&E waiting times are at an all time high.
A mother-of-two from Willesden claims she has had to flee her home because her social landlords are failing to tackle a year-long rodent infestation in her flat.
Would you drink a bottle of apple juice if you found fungi floating at the top of it?
Campaigners for a park in Wembley have launched an online petition against a disused bowling pavilion to be used as a Welsh school.
A Brent Council director whose unfair treatment of a black worker resulted in the local authority being found guilty of racial discrimination will manage its new equalities strategy.
Staff from a college in Brent are striking today over claims that a new policy has replaced permanent staff with zero-hours contract workers.
A campaigner has warned that the number of children killed on Brent’s roads will increase if plans to axe all lollipop men and women in the borough are given the green light.
The developers of King’s Cross have been named as the favourite choice to head up a section of the £4.5billion Brent Cross Cricklewood development.
It maybe thousands of miles away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood but Brent played a key part in a film which won an award at the Oscars on Sunday.
Brent Civic Centre is in the running for another award as it has been shortlisted for a prestigious accolade by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
We really want to try an empanada Chilena now.
The political editor will be taking time off for treatment.
It involves a picture of a hand. You can guess what shape it is making.