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March 9 2014 Latest news:
A busy thoroughfare will undergo a much needed facelift after receiving a £1.7million cash injection from local authorities and the mayor’s office.
Planned engineering works will close parts of six Tube lines this weekend, as well as parts of the London Overground network.
Detectives are warning elderly residents to be on their guard after a smartly dressed man carried out a series of distraction burglaries across Brent last Saturday.
A candidate in the forthcoming council elections wants residents to have the right to ditch a councillor if they believe they are failing in their duties.
A Harlesden gunman who blasted a rival in the face in a revenge attack has failed in an appeal bid to have his sentence reduced.
Brent Council has given the green light to budget proposals which will see sweeping cuts of about £18million across public services.
The controversial Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration project has been put on hold by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
A bogus immigration adviser who conned £20,000 out of his clients while giving some the wrong information resulting in their deportation has been jailed.
Brent Council has launched a serious case review after a mother, with whom social services had been in contact, suffocated her two sons and then hanged herself.
A sports centre hosted an action-packed open day attended by high profile sports stars to commemorate its big money renovation.
Detectives investigating the suspicious death of a Queen’s Park mother are appealing for witnesses.
A drug addict who was jailed for life for torturing a fellow user from Kilburn with wires, a hammer and a carpet cutter today lost an appeal against his sentence.
Bungling council chiefs have come under fire from an angry mother after her son was offered a place at two different secondary schools.
Library campaigners celebrated St David’s Day by hosting a radio event dedicated to a famous Welsh poet.
A pair of convicted 17-year-old burglars from Neasden have been banned from entering any stranger’s property in London for the next three years.
Almost 100 per cent of households in the borough have complied with changes to the way refuse and recycling is collected from their homes.
A crazed knifeman from Cricklewood who screamed ‘Die!’ as he stabbed a man in the heart is facing years behind bars.
A franchisee of 20 McDonald’s restaurants in Brent and across North West London has launched an awards scheme for charities and community groups.
A man from Cricklewood has appeared in court charged in connection with the murder of a young mother as she celebrated her 24th birthday in Kilburn.
A gay vicar from Kilburn has vowed to marry his partner of 14 years despite the risk that he could be thrown out of the Church of England.
Pupils from a school in Stonebridge dressed from head to toe in traditional welsh attire to attend an annual visit to the House of Commons to commemorate St David’s Day.
A burglar from Cricklewood has been jailed after an eagle-eyed ‘super recogniser’ officer spotted him a year after he committed his crime.
Brent Council are offering free support for smokers wishing to quit in a bid to save the estimated 230 lives in the borough claimed by cigarettes each year.
A Wembley man who broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and repeatedly stabbed her in a frenzied attack which left her paralysed has been jailed for 15 years.
A group of scouts from Brent are gearing up for an exciting trip to Japan endorsed by TV adventure man Bear Grylls.
This is the devastating results of a fire in Harlesden this morning where an elderly couple escaped with their lives thanks to a neighbour.
A man from Kilburn arrested in a series of dawn raids targeting notorious crime gang the Adams family has been bailed.
A man in Cricklewood is due in court today charged in connection with the murder a young mother as she celebrated her 24th birthday in Kilburn.
A musician has issued an appeal to Times readers for help to find her beloved concertina which was stolen in Cricklewood.
Town hall bosses marked the 10th anniversary of the first ever citizenship ceremony in Britain by hosting a special ceremony.
The Secretary of State for Education has approved funding for a free school which will open its doors in Wembley this September.
If you fancy a bingo win head down to Cricklewood the home of the third luckiest club in the UK.
The wrecking ball draws ever closer to a popular Willesden pub as planning chiefs have endorsed unpopular plans for its destruction.
Takeaway shops serving fatty unhealthy food could be banned from opening near secondary schools and colleges in Brent as the council battles to curb child obesity in the borough.
A man from Kilburn has been arrested in a series of dawn raids targeting notorious crime gang the Adams family.
Angry residents have started a petition to protest against proposed increases in rent and service charges for council homes.
A plantation worker from South American will talk about how fairly traded products help the less privileged to commemorate a special event in Brent.
Four more names have signed up to open shops in the £90million development in Wembley High Road.
Are you a culinary couple from Kilburn who can cook comfortably in front of a camera for a bunch of strangers?
Brent North MP and Labour floods spokesman Barry Gardiner has issued an apology after he was pictured holidaying in Mexico while parts of the UK were under water.
The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.
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