The family of a "cheeky" three-year-old boy with a rare genetic disorder are appealing to the Asian community in Brent to help rescue their son.

A petition has been launched calling on the council to stop asphalting pavements saying its "cheap, nasty and not good for the environment".

A man is in a stable condition in hospital following a stabbing in Willesden.

A murder investigation has been launched after a Harlesden man was stabbed in the neck in a Cricklewood street.

One brothers convicted of killing schoolboy Damilola Taylor is back in prison after a hit and run in which he injured a police officer.

The family of a mum-of-three who has been missing from Willesden Green for more than seven years is urging anyone with information about her disappearance to contact police.

A man has died after being found with a neck injury in Cricklewood.

Pupils who attended a Colindale Catholic school in the 1980s are invited to a big reunion in Kensal Green.

A dedicated Macmillan nurse who works at St Mark's Hospital has been made an MBE for her work with people with colorectal cancer.

Health chiefs have given a green light to closing a walk-in medical centre in Cricklewood.

Communities gathered in Wembley Park to celebrate 100 years of council homes at an event hosted by Brent Council in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Housing.

A reggae map capuring iconic people and places instrumental in shaping Brent's rich reggae history has been officially launched.

A Dollis Hill puppeteer has launched a crowdfunder to bring his creations to a mainstream audience.

Visitors to a Wembley cemetery have expressed distress at the sight of graves being "ripped up".

A Kilburn yoga teacher has devised breathing techniques with a hip hop background to steer young people away from knife crime.

Those who missed the 125th anniversary of Willesden Green's library are invited to a special talk about its history.

Territory wars between rival gangs in Stonebridge and St Raphael's could be central to the death of a young man shot in Monks Park, a court has heard.

Neighbours in and around Welsh Harp are urging Barnet Council to refuse an application to build housing on nearby Metropolitan Open Land.

With her guitar and her soulful voice Natalie Lindi has beaten 10,000 hopefuls to become the Open Mic UK 2019 winner.

One of the alleged killers of a Neasden man who was shot in the head in Monks Park has accused a fellow defendant of pulling the trigger.

Mayors from across London braved the weather and headed to Wembley to join a free community health and beauty day.

Elderly victims of a jailed Cricklewood fraudster will receive a share of £29,656 compensation from confiscated assets including a Rolex watch and diamond ring.

Boys in a Wembley school's choir enjoyed a day out touring nearby primary schools to inspire more boys to take part in singing.

Young people living on St Raphael's Estate have been invited to a free music event in Wembley Park where they'll have a chance to have their say on regeneration plans for where they live.

A Neasden skip hire company has been fined £240,000 for failures which led to a father being crushed to death while at work.

Up-and-coming athletes can apply for funding and become part of a leisure centre's mentoring scheme.

An award-winning Wembley teacher is calling on entire families to send thank you cards to 'inspirational' teachers so they have a chance to be crowned at an industry "Oscars".

Green-fingered pupils from a Kenton secondary school put £56,000 funding to good use by transforming an area of Woodcock Park, which had fallen into disrepair.

Ten mayors will be joining the public at a free multi-cultural beauty day in Wembley to celebrate Brent as borough of culture.

Transport chiefs have offered refunds to all those affected by Jubilee and Metropolitan delays after a train became faulty in Neasden.


Latimer, the development arm of Clarion, the UK's largest housing association, is inviting London residents to come and see the newly opened second show home at its copper-clad Maida Vale development, NOMA.

Cauldron Foods' comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths. is the UK's ground-breaking platform and app dedicated to streamlining the relationship between waste collectors and treatment sites.

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