New York Knicks Frank Ntilikina is excited about playing a match in London as it will give his family and friends a chance to watch him play.
Popping to Asda for a pint of milk then returning six hours later to buy a newspaper nearly landed a Wembley motorist a £70 fine.
Read our World Cup blog over the coming weeks. Lee Power reviews one of the late games on day 13 of the tournament
Climate change campaigners are putting pressure on Brent Council to remove £40million of pension investments from fossil fuel companies to protect both the environment and town hall workers.
Local judo stars Ashley McKenzie and Nekoda Smythe-Davis both won bronze at the Paris Grand Slam at Accor Hotels Arena, writes Sarah Loko Guerschner.
Court of Appeal judges have rejected a bid to jail a Wembley mother-of-five after she posted Islamic State propaganda on a Facebook group.
A Wembley mother who was spared jail for posting Islamic State propaganda on Facebook is to have her sentenced challenged by the Attorney General.
There’s no keeping a Queen’s Park councillor away from charitable fundraising as he heads abroad to run his ninth marathon.
A Muslim and a Jewish organisation brought their communities together at a special interfaith festival in Brondesbury Park.
Twenty cyclists from a Wembley based housing association have returned from a 300 mile bike ride raising £66,000 for a homeless charity.
Calling all budding musicians - a free busking academy is launching at Wembley Park.
A French national living in Kensal Rise is up for his second marathon run this month, this time to promote a charity closer to home.
A Harlesden based luxury bed company is hitting the small screen with its first television debut on Channel 4.
The Minister for Zimmer Frames, Ken Livingstone, talks Jeremy Corbyn, anti-Semitism claims and fearing Boris Johnson with Daniel Wittenberg.
The Jason Roberts Foundation hosted its very first Women’s Celebration Day at Ark Academy School last week, where over 130 young girls were inspired to engage in a variety of different sports.
Spiritual leaders at a mosque in Cricklewood have spoken of their fight against Islamic radicalisation as they prepare to open up their religion to the wider community with a radio station.
Islamophobic attacks in Brent increased eight-fold last December compared to the same month in 2014 following the terrorist atrocity in Paris last year.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.
Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.
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