A detective has appealed to youths to think twice before carrying knives following the stabbing of a young man in Kilburn.

Suspected gang feuds in the Queen’s Park area have resulted in six stabbings in just three days over the weekend, the Times can reveal.

Wembley Stadium was lit up in the colours of the Belgian flag yesterday in a show of solidarity with the victims of the Brussels terror attacks.

Brent Council has approved plans for a £4.6 million cash injection to repair potholes but it will only cover just THREE per cent of the borough’s roads.

A Willesden Green couple are holding an event on HMS Belfast to raise funds for a hospital’s neonatal ward in memory of their son who died aged two days.

A Kilburn mother who is fundraising £30,000 to give her four-year-old daughter Bailey life-changing surgery now faces a further fundraising hurdle after she was told vital aftercare would cost £15,000.

The owner of a deli in Kensal Rise says he is “over the moon” after he won the contract to run the café located in Queen’s Park.

The victims of a vicious robbery in Cricklewood where “thugs” reportedly grabbed an elderly man by the throat are appealing for help in tracing more than £45,000 of precious gold jewellery snatched during the raid.

Willesden’s Town Team showed off their new ‘cat walk’ this weekend when they joined Cllr Lesley Jones, mayor of Brent, for the unveiling of a new feline mosaic on Saturday.

A DJ and a musician have only £5,000 left to go in their bid to help a four-year-old girl raise £30,000 for life-changing surgery after a night of music and fundraising in Kilburn.

A DJ and a musician who are holding a music night to help a four-year-old girl from Kilburn have a life-changing operation have promised to take drastic action if they hit their £30,000 fundraising target –including giving away a prized pair of Louboutins…

A former champion boxer from Kilburn claims she is being kept up all night by potholes on her street that cause “minor earthquakes” when they are driven over.

A new free school for boys in Marylebone has been given the go ahead to build a ‘pop-up’ site in Brondesbury Park for two years, amid claims the temporary building is being ‘dumped’ on Brent.

The future of a popular café in Queen’s Park could hang in the balance after its contract has been offered out to the highest bidder.

Police have appealed for help in tracing a 74-year-old dementia sufferer from Kilburn who disappeared after a hospital appointment in Paddington on Tuesday.

Police hunting a man in connection with the murder of a 21-year-old man from Kingsbury say their suspect now features on Britain’s ‘most wanted’ list and could be hiding in the Netherlands.

Smiles and laughter filled Fortune Green on Sunday at a family fun day to help a four-year-old girl from Kilburn raise the £30,000 she needs for a life-changing operation.

The daughter of a woman who suffered painful bed sores before she died claims she has secret camera footage that shows staff at a home in Cricklewood falsified her care records.

A councillor has issued a warning following a reported spate of robberies where burglars have forced their way into vulnerable residents’ homes in Cricklewood.

An animal shelter has warned of the tragic consequences of neglect after a terribly emaciated cat died after being dumped on its doorstep by a young boy last week.

Brent Central MP Dawn Butler said she hopes politicians of colour will not have to “suffer what she has suffered” after she was mistaken for a cleaner by a fellow commons member.

The leader of Brent Council has called for a Crossrail link between Old Oak Common and Wembley to better connect the borough’s growing population to the rest of the capital.

Patients opposing plans which could see their community-run GP surgery in Sudbury taken over by a private healthcare provider say NHS bosses have ignored their concerns.

Police and council officers seized two cars in Harlesden suspected of using fake disabled badges.

A charitable duo organising a pub night in Kilburn to help a four-year-old girl raise £30,000 for a life-changing operation have just released tickets for the event.

As the question over Britain’s membership of the EU got fully into swing this week, Kensal Rise residents have voted 80 per cent in favour of their own ‘Brexit’ – this time from Brent Council.

Brent Council has revealed that one in six streets in the borough are plagued with potholes amid complaints from angry drivers.

Brent Council has approved plans for an 18-storey tower block as part of 186 new homes to be built on the site of a privately-owned car park in Wembley.

A DJ and a musician are clubbing together to hold a bar night to help a four-year-old girl from Kilburn raise the £30,000 she needs to fund a life-changing operation.

Transport for London has revealed proposals to change bus routes 206 and 224.


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