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Supermarket chiefs in Wembley are being served a notice to sort out persistent noise made in its car park following seven years of complaints by residents.

A Neasden motorist is appealing a fine claiming a ticket was issued when a “no right turn” sign was either not visible or missing in Queen’s Park.

The chief executive of the £10billion regeneration project across Harlesden and Park Royal is standing down.

Villagers face a fresh battle to block plans for floodlit football pitches to be built on a conservation area.

A group of cyclists from Brent are undertaking a challenge in Gujarat India to raise money for a charity which helps underprivileged children.

A Stonebridge boxing club founder has pledged to take his protege’s case to the high court to stop him from being deported.

Campaigning residents in Wembley have accused Brent Council of “flagrant disregard” for the community after planning chiefs gave two more student blocks the green light.

A scheme has been rolled out in Brent to recycle real Christmas trees bought this year to avoid them being dumped on streets.

A “positive, funny and upbeat” dancer who taught keep fit, tap and ballroom to thousands of people in Brent well into her 80s has died.

More than 350 gifts will be delivered to cared for children in Brent thanks to a project launched by the police.

A sports centre in Sudbury is holding a Christmas party for children.

A Brondesbury Park father who has accrued a dozen parking tickets dropping off his children at school is calling on the council to stop penalising parents.

Party time at Vale Farm Sports Centre!

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Vale Farm Sports Centre, operated by Everyone Active in partnership with Brent Council, is organising a children’s Christmas party on Thursday, December 21.

People across Brent have slammed the council for not gritting roads ahead of a snow storm at the weekend.

Environmental campaigners are the latest to take a stand against Coca-Cola which is driving its “truckload of rubbish” into Wembley Park tomorrow.

Council chiefs are calling for Coca-Cola to give out only ‘diet’ and ‘zero sugar’ drinks when its truck rolls into Wembley this Friday.

A free and fully immersive 18 metre high Christmas attraction has launched in Wembley Park with the leader of Brent Council the first to whizz down it.

Concern is growing over plans to erect a 25metre tower in the middle of the Welsh Harp nature reserve.

Residents have called for greater openness after it was revealed that Brent Council leader Muhammed Butt met with planning developers and their representatives for a site in Alperton three times this year, with no records kept of what was said.

Council chiefs in Brent are to install fire safety measures across its 37 blocks that could cost leaseholders £6,000 each.

Anger is mounting in Dollis Hill where plans have been lodged to place a rubbish dump near where people live and go to school.

Remembrance events are taking place in Brent for people wishing to mark their respects for all those who have died or been injured in the line of duty.

A community battling to save a leisure centre from developers in Stonebridge are demanding that the council halts the controversial sale of the land it sits on.

Feel inspired and uplifted at a free week long gospel music festival in Wembley which is taking place for the first time.

Consultation on the controversial redevelopment of Bridge Park is taking place with a chance for users question officers.

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