Northwick Park’s A&E department has recruited specialist caseworkers to help steer young people away from crime and gangs.

Age UK saw a strong response to its Flu Campaign at a surgery in Willesden as it urges older citizens to get their jab.

A grandmother whose two-year-old grandson was shot in the head in Harlesden has made a fresh appeal for people to come forward as police announce a £20,000 reward.

Three consultants from Northwick Park and Ealing hospitals have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their outstanding work during the first wave of the pandemic.

The two Kensal men charged with shooting a Maida Vale delivery driver in the head have been found not guilty.

Police have released an image of a man who they believe may have witnessed the murder of a 37-year-old man in Kilburn.

A Covid-busting NHS team brought their training to a temple in Alperton.

A woman who was found “in a state of distress” in a Kensal Rise street is being supported by specialist officers.

The Covid pandemic is putting a generation of school children at risk of deepening inequality in education and life prospects, a meeting heard.

Staff at a Harlesden charity have seen their workload increase during the covid pandemic.

Local groups in Brent can apply for funding to help community projects.

A Wembley lawyer completed the virtual London Marathon ahead of Anti-Slavery Day to help free children living in modern slavery.

A Kensal Green artist has won a global art competition that calls on governments to urgently bring clean water and hygiene to everyone.

Brent Council’s leader has welcomed additional Covid-19 funding from the government but is keen to know when £23million already spent will be paid back.

A charity founder from Kingsbury has been recognised with an MBE 11 years after her husband received the same Queen’s Birthday Honour.

Tributes have been paid to a Stonebridge rapper, actor and community player who has sadly died aged 44.

Calls are being made to change the name of a primary school in Harlesden because of its connotations to a racist Belgian tyrant.

Police are appealing for information after a bullet was fired through a front door in Colindale.

A man is stable in hospital after being hit with a bottle in Harlesden.

A fifth man has been arrested in connection with a man gunned down in Harlesden.

The headmistress of the UK’s “strictest” school in Wembley Park has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

A 16-year-old schoolboy from Willesden Green has written and released a folk album with all proceeds going to charity.

Wembley Park’s SSE Arena is to be illuminated when it gets dark to pay tribute to John Lennon on what would be his 80th birthday.

Knives have been seized and two arrests made in separate police stops in Cricklewood and Harlesden.

A man has been jailed for stabbing to death his housemate during a drunken fight at their home in Neasden.

“Don’t choke us to death,” was the message to motorists outside a Harlesden primary school on national Clean Air Day.

A Northwick Park nurse is “feeling ok” as he returns to work after spending weeks in intensive care with coronavirus.

A series of free online seminars are being held to help people recover from Covid-19.

The mum of a 17-month-old toddler who needs regular blood transfusions to stay alive is urging more Black people to donate ethnically-matched blood.

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of Anthony Adekola in Colindale.


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