An alleged killer accused of stabbing a record label boss to death with a Swiss Army knife during a barbershop brawl faces a retrial.
Community members young and old gathered together to switch on festive lights in Kenton.
Leocardo Loney, who went missing from Wembley more than two months ago, has been found dead.
Grave concerns are mounting at a Kilburn cemetery after asbestos was found in a mound planned for new burial plots.
It was a victorious evening for campaigners in Harlesden as plans to build a block of flats on a tiny strip of land got rejected by planning chiefs.
Keeping young people safe is the idea behind a fundraising campaign to keep a community hub in Queen’s Park open seven days a week.
Aspiring actors and film lovers are invited to question TV star Samuel West at a question and answer session in Kensal Rise.
A murder suspect who stabbed a record label boss to death with a Swiss army knife told a court it was “pure chance” he pulled out a blade and not a corkscrew.
Two friends put their baking skills together to raise more than £300 for a cancer charity.
A 15-year-old boy charged with the murder of Saif Abdul Majid in Neasden is to appear at the Old Bailey.
Sir Trevor McDonald has broadcasted a message urging pensioners in Brent to get a flu jab.
The family of a man from Neasden who had his organs donated after he died are calling for more people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities (BAME) to sign up as donors.
The president of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has called on the government to end the bitter pay dispute ahead of a rally planned next week.
A new voluntary body which will campaign for clean air in the borough has been officially launched in Willesden.
Visitors to Brent Reservoir are being warned not to dip their hands in the water which is currently polluted by a current outbreak of toxic algae.
Kilburn could become its own constituency, and is set to split from Hampstead according to proposed boundary changes.
Bertha Joseph is putting past troubles behind her and returning to politics after being selected to stand for the Conservatives in the May 2018 local elections.
The medal-winning DeaflympicsGB team took a tour around the Houses of Parliament as part of a celebratory reception hosted by Dawn Butler MP.
Louise McGowan, who started as headmistress of Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College in September, speaks to education editor James Scott about life at the school.
Inspiring the next generation of Kingsbury students was the order of the day during a school’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Excitement bubbled over at a primary school in Brondesbury as pupils returned from the summer holidays to new playground equipment and their first ever minibus.
The ‘Lions of Grunwick’ will always be remembered in Dollis Hill now two murals have been unveiled detailing their iconic strike 40 years ago.
A campaign has been launched for a blue plaque to be placed on a house in Willesden to recognise the achievements of an England cricketer.
It is the first Jewish cemetery to have funerary buildings listed
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