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A disgraced former headteacher and five former members of his staff have been told by the High Court they must pay back money they illegally received while working at Copland School.

Brent Council has announced its community safety strategy for the next three years as it looks to reduce crime and increase security in the borough.

A “forgotten” station in Sudbury – with its skeleton train service, narrow platforms and anti-social behaviour rife in its unmanned enclosure – is blighting the lives of a growing community.

A disabled couple in their 70s are accused of being £5,000 in rent arrears by their housing association landlord – who is taking them to court to evict them.

Not one of the schools in Brent where fires have broken out in the last decade had sprinklers installed at the time, new figures have revealed.

A campaigner is at his wits’ end over LED streetlights that still aren’t shining from a Kilburn bridge – despite promises from Brent Council they would be installed months ago,

The £160m redevelopment of South Kilburn’s Peel Precinct is a step closer with the council’s naming of two partners.

Any desires to build a new Hindu school at Northwick Park to replace the closing fee-paying school in Neasden have been dashed – for now.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times’ readers this week.

“Is there any chance of moving from this area?” was the rallying cry at a tense HS2 meeting in South Kilburn.

A Kilburn councillor who has been sacked from Brent’s planning committee believes he lost his seat for “voting the wrong way” on applications.

The battle is back on to stop proposed high density tower blocks dominating a small corner of Harlesden.

Music legend Nile Rodgers dropped in on a “cool little spot” in Wembley Park to open the International Busking Day on Saturday.

Years of dust, noise and pollution around homes and a primary school are set to be the top concerns at a meeting with HS2 chiefs scheduled for tomorrow night in Kilburn.

Music legend Nile Rodgers is opening the free international busking festival taking place in Wembley Park.

Cash-strapped Brent Council’s unusual plan to save money by not cutting the grass in green spaces is ruining them for everyone except the bees, parents say.

A driver who got fined for turning right where a “no right turn” light was switched off has been told by the council it was, in fact, illuminated – because it wasn’t night.

The government’s schools minister told a Commons debate he cannot step in to save Neasden’s Swaminarayan School – because it is not state-run.

Brent Council has launched what appears to be a Grease-themed “zero-tolerance” campaign to stamp out anti-social behaviour and flytipping.

Campaigners working to re-open Cricklewood Library are still waiting to set foot in the new building.

Brent Council may not have held a public screening of England’s World Up semi-final against Croatia – but it will be showing the final.

Brent Council hiked a dementia patient’s care costs by 60 per cent – even though he now gets less care than he used to.

Recently I called a community meeting in Harlesden to discuss policing arrangements in the Harlesden, Kensal Green and Stonebridge areas [see Times, June 21]. This is something that concerns people regularly in my constituency surgeries.

Brent Council has signed off 409 new homes as part of the Wembley regeneration project – but none of them will be for social rent.

A large mural near Kilburn Tube straddling the Brent/Camden border has been blighted by graffiti – but only the Camden side of it has been cleaned.

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