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Nando’s is set to reopen 94 of its restaurants for delivery and collection after closing sites in the face of the coronavirus lockdown.

A therapy radiographer from Archway has advised cancer patients to continue seeking urgent and essential treatment during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Transport for London (TfL) will furlough 7,000 staff members as of Monday in a cost-cutting exercise aimed at safeguarding vital transport services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A 95-year-old D-Day veteran from Barnsbury has urged Britons stay at home to beat Covid-19.

Incoming Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has appointed Emily Thornberry as shadow international trade secretary.

Detectives investigating the rape of a woman in Willeseden in 2005 have released a new E-fit image of a suspect they wish to trace.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus (Covid-19).

A criminal defence lawyer warns “dirty, dilapidated courts” with unsanitary rest rooms and a lack of hand sanitiser risk spreading coronavirus.

The Met Police is warning people to be vigilant to a number of scams being carried out by criminals looking to cash in on people’s fears about coronavirus.

A man has been stabbed in a mosque in Regent’s Park.

Willesden primary school kids learned about the “explosion of creativity” within the African-American community in the 1920s on Monday.

Legendary singer Dame Shirley Bassey unveiled her handprints in the form of a bronze plaque at Wembley Park’s “Square of Fame” by Wembley Arena today.

Police arrested four men in the early hours of this morning in connection to the fatal shooting of a father in Wembley on July 5.

People can try their hand at bowls when a Wembley sports club hosts an open day on September 28.

Police have charged four people in connection to a shooting in Upper Holloway on Monday last week.

An Islington man detained by have-a-go-heroes after his moped gang burst into a Kilburn jewellery store wielding hammers and a machete has been jailed.

The Convervative candidate for mayor of London has apologised to readers of the Kilburn Times offended by his historic comments linking Diwali holidays to the community becoming a “crime-riddled cesspool”.

Armed police with helicopter support arrested a man in Islington on Saturday in connection with a pistol-whipping and robbery in Kilburn on New Years’ Day.

A “trailblazing” Brent nursery became the UK’s first recipient of a prestigious children’s rights award yesterday.

Police officers investigating an attack on a paramedic in Brent have charged a man.

Brent school girls received a standing ovation when they read poetry celebrating the African Jubilee at City Hall on November 26.

A rogue landlord and “slumlord millionaire” who crammed tenants into tiny flats must pay a record-breaking £1.5million or spend the next nine years in jail.

A gang of six people who terrorised staff at a Brent bookies have been jailed for more than 44 years.

A 12-year-old cyclist was seriously injured by a hit-and-run collision in Holloway on Saturday.

A man charged with the murder of a 25-year-old from Wembley has appeared at the Old Bailey.

The Home Office has been branded a “disgrace” after it deported more than 100 rough sleeping Europeans from Brent over the past three years.

A man has been convicted of raping a Brent woman after breaking into her home and threatening her with a pair of scissors.

Gang police are investigating after three people were shot outside Kingsbury Tube station last night.

“A prolific moped offender” teen was sentenced to an eight month detention and training order at Willesden Magistrates’ court on Thursday.

Police are investigating after a window was smashed at Brent Central MP Dawn Butler’s Willesden office over the weekend.

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