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The B Positive choir will not perform at the LuvGospel festival this Friday after choir member and Wembley campaigner Simonne Kerr was killed at her home in Battersea last week.

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.

For 22 years, Bonny Blake has never let go of the belief his 18-year-old son was murdered.

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,

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

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.

More than 200 parents and children gathered at a huge summer garden party on Saturday to see off beloved headteacher Teresa O’Higgins, who is retiring from the Convent of Jesus and Mary Infant School after 16 years at the helm.

Neasden’s embattled Swaminarayan School could stay open until 2021, bosses have said – their second concession since announcing its shock closure a fortnight ago.

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.

What do the actor Gregory Peck, the Queen and a robot called Jeeves have in common?

Brent Council is consulting local people over plans to change the way parking permits are managed across the borough.

Bosses at the Swaminarayan School in Neasden have bowed to mounting pressure from parents furious about its closure and agreed to keep it open for an extra year.

Angry parents were caught on video pushing and shoving a Swaminarayan School trustee as a heated meeting about its shock closure drew to a close.

Small and medium-sized firms in Brent will be hired for £60 million worth of construction work.

Author Kamila Shamsie spoke to the Times ahead of her talk at the Preston Community Library on Tuesday evening.

Today sees Willesden Green voters finally make it to the polls, after the ward’s election was postponed in May after the death of former Brent Mayor Cllr Lesley Jones.

Every school in Brent is set to be given a Black Caribbean “champion” to help transform the achievements of young black boys.

Campaigners are celebrating after Brent Council threw out an application to flatten The Good Ship pub and music venue in Kilburn High Road.

Police don’t believe school girls are “genuinely” being advertised for sex despite calling cards in Kilburn High Road saying they are.

There will be a community tent to champion new voices at this year’s Queen’s Park Book Festival.

A 24-year-old man shot multiple times in Stonebridge during Thursday’s night of violence is now in “serious but stable” condition, police have said.

The shooting of a young man in Stonebridge could indicate a return to previous levels of gang violence, neighbours told the Times today.

The storm didn’t stop people flowing into the Willesden New Testament Church of God for a meeting about the Windrush scandal on Tuesday afternoon.

Air quality campaigners want “radical action” after Sadiq Khan’s audit found children at two primary schools in Brent are routinely exposed to illegal levels of pollution.

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