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PUBLISHED: 10:21 01 June 2015 | UPDATED: 10:21 01 June 2015

The shooting took place near this children's play area in Heron Close (Pic credit: Jonathan Goldberg)

The shooting took place near this children's play area in Heron Close (Pic credit: Jonathan Goldberg)

Jonathan Goldberg

The Times is always at the forefront of all news in Brent including breaking stories.

A 33-year-old man being shot near a children’s playground in Willesden was the most read story on our website last week.

Man, 33, shot on the Church End Estate in Willesden

Licence reprieve for Alperton nightclub where girl, 2, was filmed partying with drinkers on the dance

Burst pipe and collapsed pavement leaves Kingsbury residents with no water until tomorrow

World World II bomb found in Wembley is safely blown up

Pair who tried to dupe planning chiefs at Brent Council fined £6k

Willesden man, 68, pleasured himself in ‘educational establishment’ toilet while holding a mirror

Transfer news: Chelsea favourites to snap-up impressive Liverpool star and Arsenal hero set for Newcastle

Appeal by Brent Police to find top three absconders

Funding crisis could see the closure of ALL council-run youth centres in Brent

Jailed: Harlesden burglar who left his blood at the scene in Edgware

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