Patricia Henry from the Chafford Hundred WI writes about a busy Autumn schedule full of fundraising and crafts
Primary and secondary school children across Brent attended an anti-bullying workshop to “learn how to stop a fight before it begins”.
Police officers are urgently trying to trace a man after a 16-year-old Brent boy was assaulted at Canons Park London Underground station.
The Metropolitan Police has released details of a man they are keen to trace following an allegation of rape in Wembley 10 years ago.
Passengers on a Wembley bound bus have been shaken up after a collision with a delivery van.
A charity in Kenton is inviting people to take part in its Santa dash which takes place on December 14.
More than 46,000 women in Brent are victims of domestic abuse with the numbers rising year on year.
A temple in Neasden has launched its forthcoming 20th birthday by donating £20,000 to a health charity.
Brent Police have launched a Christmas tree gift appeal for children living in care in the borough.
A man from Neasden has been jailed for keeping a horrific collection of child pornography on his computer tablet.
Health chiefs have launched an investigation after figures show patients at Northwick Park and Ealing Hospital A&E units face the worst waiting times in the country.
A maternity unit is set to be the next casualty of a controversial programme which led to the closure of the accident and emergency unit at Central Middlesex Hospital.
While practicing yoga around six years ago, Anu Paavola decided she wanted to understand more about her body.
Balloons flew high above a Willesden Green pub as residents and councillors came out to demonstrate the blight a ten-storey tower will be on the neighbourhood.
A newsagent in Kilburn has been closed down following the discovery of a mice infestation so severe that the rodents gnawed through its stock.
The deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales has been selected as the group’s Prospective Parliamentary candidate for a hotly contested set in Brent.
Brent Council has been shortlisted for a coveted award acknowledging institutions that pays their employees at least the London living wage.
A community radio station in Harlesden has thrown its weight behind the crusade to save Stonebridge Adventure Playground by giving campaigners airtime yesterday evening.
Heartless thieves stole flowers laid in memory of a World War One hero from Willesden Green, 90 minutes after they were placed there on Armistice Day.
A second community-run library will be opened on the site of one of the six axed branches in Brent.
Campaigners who saved a historical building from being turned into flats by developers have applied for it to be listed.
From Nigel Farage to George Galloway, it’s been a year of people trying to make a change in politics.
If you’ve taken time off to escape from your boss, you’re not alone.
The judge reckons the PC did not have enough wit to invent the story.
There’s been a rise in the number of fresh shop-bought chickens contaminated with the bug since August.