A Kilburn man with a severe dust allergy has been homeless for a week after council chiefs told him his unrepaired flat was "habitable".

Council officers have promised an audience in Harlesden "a change of approach" which could see greater protection of the borough's trees.

A Queen's Park café is celebrating its annual Australia Day with a fundraiser to help with the bushfire crisis engulfing the commonwealth country.

Those who have had a bumpy start to the 2020s are invited to a free spiritual meditation session in Willesden.

Nominations are open for Brent schools to take part in the 2020 London Teacher of the Year Awards.

A rough sleeper died after waiting two hours for an ambulance - leading to criticism of homeless services.

Brent was a "worthy winner" at London's New Year's Day Parade 2020 scooping first place and a £10,000 prize.

A Kensal Green artist is hoping to raise awareness of knife crime and mental health recovery through a group exhibition in Willesden.

The Bishop of London dropped in on a Harlesden primary school to celebrate the opening of its new hall.

The jury in the trial of three Brent defendants accused of murdering a 21-year-old Harlesden man has retired to consider its verdict.

The official launch of Brent's year as Borough of Culture 2020 is days away and promises to be "epic" with a special General making an appearance.

A gay couple who suffered a brutal homophobic attack at their Wembley hostel two years ago have been threatened and assaulted again in Neasden.

A woman has been banned from entering Harlesden for five years or talking to named people or face prison.

Eagle-eyed police officers in an unmarked car in Kilburn spotted a motorist with a "rather large spliff in his mouth" who has now been arrested.

Hoping to add colour - and opposition - to the Labour-dominated council in January's four by-election openings are two Green Party candidates.

A one-year-old baby is in a 'non-life threatening condition' after a collision involving a car in Harlesden.

A hit-and-run motorist who mounted a pavement in Kilburn and ran over and killed a "honest and hardworking father" out buying groceries for a friend's funeral has been jailed for five years.

The regeneration plans around Old Oak and Park Royal have been reset, planning chiefs told London Assembly members during a budget committee grilling.

The prosecution has closed its case in the trial of three men alleged to have fatally stabbed a 21-year-old Harlesden man in a joint enterprise killing.

A rogue landlord who was slapped with a £15,000 fine for cramming 16 people into his three-bed property in Dollis Hill says he has turned over a new leaf.

A Labour Party candidate for the council by-election in Alperton is understood to have been suspended by his party as it investigates alleged anti-Muslim tweets.

A Kensal Rise pensioner in his 80s is in critical condition in hospital following a hit and run involving more than six moped riders in Kensal Green.

Community groups and charities across Brent are invited to apply for funding through the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.

Wembley pupils broke up for the Christmas holidays having won a national computing award.

A primary school in Barnhill has been recognised for its "significant achievement" teaching science.

Friends and family of a much loved community and charity icon who died in 2018 presented a cheque of £200 to The Salvation Army in Harlesden in her memory.

A Harlesden man is to appear in court after a Picasso painting worth £20m was damaged at the Tate Modern art gallery.

A man has credited social media with saving his leg from being amputated after finding a Northwick Park Hospital consultant online.

When Brent put in its bid to become the London Borough of Culture 2020 it promised that young people would take the lead in developing the programme.

Chiefs overseeing the regeneration of Old Oak and Park Royal are being urged to release confidential documents after "surprising" London Assembly members with the decision not to request £250million in government funding to kick-start the project.


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