Parents are invited to view proposals for a new school in Brent to help meet growing demand for places for students with special educational needs.
A Wembley teenager has beaten mountainous odds to become the UK's youngest flight instructor.
A child abuse victim has accused the government of taking his lifeline after officers stopped his disability payments.
Round two of a battle to save a popular Willesden Green pub from being demolished is to be decided once again by a planning inspector.
Thousands took to the streets of Kingsbury to watch a colourful parade to mark a Hindu temple's fifth anniversary.
Campaigners in South Kilburn took their community activities to the civic centre urging planning chiefs to protect, not dismantle, their vital building.
A Kenton hospice is under so much pressure it is finding ways to cut costs - despite a government multi-million-pound pledge to help end of life charities.
Pupils in Harlesden got to meet West End stars during a police-organised summer camp in their school.
A credit card fraudster who threw acid in a police officer's face while trying to resist arrest has been jailed.
A top-scoring free school in Wembley Park is accepting enrolments into its new sixth form - but pupils need seven grade 7s to get in.
Foreign students at Queen's Park Community School celebrated "remarkable achievements" in their GCSEs.
A Neasden secondary school pupil who scored a string of top GCSEs has thanked teachers for getting her low grades back up.
The head of a Harlesden boys' school has been inspired by a Syrian pupil who came to the UK two years ago an unaccompanied minor, but smashed his GCSEs after just five terms.
Three people ran out a burning building before a fire tore through the ground floor of a shop.
When Ali Asharify started Capital City Academy he had already attended eight primary schools.
The Brent North MP has praised students and staff in his constituency for their "stellar results" at GCSE and A-level this year.
Kenton pupils bagged some GCSE top grades despite one breaking his hand two days before the exam.
Pupils and staff at a Willesden girls' school are celebrating their "best ever results".
A Wembley Park academy consolidated the "exceptional results" it achieved last year, said its head on GCSE results day.
A Wembley school is celebrating a "significant improvement" on last year with many GCSE results "littered with 9s".
A teacher at a Kenton secondary school is encouraging GCSE pupils to say thank you to staff who have supported them over the year when they pick up their results tomorrow.
A grieving daughter has had the rent for her dead mum's Willesden home waived - following a public outcry over the landlord's housing policy.
Four Wembley students started their summer holiday coding and puzzle solving within a government department.
A library campaigner is calling out for a new location for bright colourful murals in Wembley Central which must make way for housing.
It is no small costume drama for a Park Royal businessman whose company has been fined more than £10,000 for selling bogus children's costumes.
A Kilburn writer who penned his brother's experiences within the music industry is launching the book in Stonebridge.
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of Wembley boy in Camden.
A Harlesden barber has launched a crowdfunding campaign with a friend to expand a mentoring programme to support more young men.
A Willesden pupil is off to New York after winning a fully-funded £95,000 a year scholarship to an elite American university as her all girls' school recorded its "best ever" A-level results.
Sixth form pupils in Kingsbury have outperformed the national trend in dipping grades according to their headmaster.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
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