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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.

Police were called to Brent Civic Centre after an eighty-year-old man claimed he was “manhandled” by security guards and needed hospital treatment.

The flag at Brent Civic Centre is flying at half mast today in solidarity with all those killed and injured in yesterday’s alleged terror attack in Westminster, which saw four people die.

Residents living near Wembley stadium have launched a petition in a last ditch attempt to halt Tottenham Hotspurs plans to hold all its home games next season in front a full house.

A building next to a Wembley school playground collapsed yesterday smashing onto a footpath used by parents and children to access St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School, in Chatsworth Avenue.

A sports centre in Sudbury is urging people to sign up for a charity swim.

Alan Johnson MP is coming to Kensal Rise to entertain people about his colourful life to raise much needed funds for a community library

Wembley Park is to become the largest development site in the UK for rental properties with the promise of 5,000 new homes.

Campaigners in Queen’s Park have launched a petition as they reignite their campaign to save a valued community space above an empty pub.

A council officer from Brent has self published a book with all of its royalities donated to a Wembley-based children’s charity.

A Kingsbury father smelling toxic fumes near schools in the area has urged the council to take action on “illegal waste burning.”

A charity in Kensal Green has been given a cash injection to teach its older residents how to silver surf.

Cameras have started rolling in Cricklewood as a big budget feature film gets underway.

Kilburn is the latest station on the underground to offer commuters a pop-up library.

Critics claim controversial health care plans could see the downgrading of two hospitals and leave Brent Council financially crippled by social care costs.

Brent is at risk of losing a third of all its pharmacies if government cuts to their funding are not reversed.

A feud has broken out between a driver and Brent Council over whether a parking bay is for residents only or for paying motorists.

The green light has been given to axe Brent Housing Partnership’s contract with Brent Council with Conservative party opposition demanding a better service for residents in the future.

An award-winning author from Kilburn has thrown her support towards a community centre and kitchen’s fight for survival.

More than 18,000 people streamed into Wembley Park to take part in this year’s spectacular fireworks celebration, despite the wintry weather.

A bus which operates as a free technology information service was launched at a Wembley primary school on Tuesday.

Crowds piled in to a derelict empty pub in Queens Park to see how they can breathe new life into it in a groundbreaking community venture.

Travellers who took over a development site in Brondesbury Park have moved off and are thought to have driven to Stonebridge.

A contentious meeting held on a Willesden Green street corner ended in a stalemate as residents, council officers and councillors failed to agree on proposed tarmac pavements.

Brent Council has committed to resettle 50 vulnerable Syrian refugees, fleeing from persecution in the Middle East.

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