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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

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

Work has begun on the reconstruction of a beloved pub knocked down illegally by its owners.

Plans are being developed to conserve a 144-year Jewish cemetery in Willesden and open it as a site of heritage.

Very little is known about how First World War aircraft were made in factories in Kingsbury, but now the district’s aviation history is being celebrated in a free exhibition.

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.

Did you grow up in Douglas Road in Kilburn in the 1940s and 50s?

A minute silence fell over Barham Park in honour of Remembrance Sunday.

An iconic landmark is back in Harlesden after it was removed to undergo vital repairs.

The Mayor of London claims plans for a new city in the Harlesden and Park Royal area have been left in ‘a mess’ by his predecessor.

Key participants of Dollis Hill’s most iconic strike have seen powerful memories return at an opening exhibition to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

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