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A man has been charged with arson with intent to endanger life after a fire in Harlesden on Saturday.

A fundraiser has been launched to pay for the funeral of reggae giant and Brent community figure Delroy Washington, who has died of coronavirus.

Tributes have been paid to bus drivers who have died after testing positive for coronavirus.

Thousands of casual workers at some of the country’s biggest football stadiums have been told they are not being paid during the coronavirus pandemic.

A “kind, generous and very, very funny” Willesden woman who died from coronavirus was given a “joyous and heartbreaking” send off by her neighbours.

A charity that supports over 50s from LGBTQ+ communities has launched an emergency crowdfunder so it can train volunteers to use its telefriending service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hundreds of community support groups have been launched across the country as neighbours offer support to one another during the coronavirus outbreak.

Plans to impose mandatory mattress recycling on manufacturers to reduce fly-tipping have been welcomed by a Kensal Green councillor who has been fighting illegal dumping for years.

A serving Met officer has been arrested in north London on suspicion of being a member of a right-wing terrorist organisation.

A community group has produced a calendar for 2020 that pays tribute to the vital contributions made by the Windrush Generation.

A police officer is in hospital after a driver she was attempting to pull over reversed his car into hers in Wembley - and then drove off.

Architects will meet next week to draw up plans on how to drastically cut the built environment’s carbon footprint.

A lack of commitment from some headteachers is proving a “major barrier” in a programme to improve the achievements of boys of black Caribbean heritage in Brent schools.

A “thoughtful, intelligent” teenager who spoke about youth violence in Parliament and led workshops in primary schools has died in a crash.

Wembley Park is getting a new sustainable and inclusive hair salon – where cuts are done dry to save water and time.

A teenager from Brent scooped a top award at a charity show for London Fashion Week.

Brent Council has apologised for cancelling post-op carers for a Dollis Hill woman on Universal Credit – saying officers thought her allowance was weekly not monthly.

A fourth man has been charged with murdering Kwasi Mensah-Ababio, who was shot in Monks Park last month.

Brent Council will not be sharing personal data of rough sleepers with the Home Office.

Sixty firefighters tackled a blaze on the 13th floor of a tower block in Wembley this morning.

Families have been evacuated from their homes on the North Circular in Neasden after a fire at a warehouse in the early hours of the morning.

Assaults on police officers are on the rise in Brent with more than 750 attacks over the last five years, the Kilburn Times can reveal.

The girlfriend of a man beaten to death 20 years ago has revealed the trauma of watching her son grow up without his father, as his killer was finally jailed for life.

Two men in their 20s are in hospital after being stabbed near Wembley Stadium last night.

Detectives have released an image of a car belonging to the Cricklewood man accused of murdering student Joy Morgan in the hope of tracing its movements.

Two people have been arrested over a stabbing in Neasden that has left a man fighting for his life.

A man has been convicted of stabbing two people in Neasden who police say are “extremely lucky” to be alive.

Members of different faiths and communities from across north west London came together in Cricklewood to “bring peace to the soul”.

A world-famous Queen’s Park boxing club that is on the ropes after being hit with a £50,000 legal bill called in a string of celebrity favours at a star-studded fundraiser last night.

Rogue landlords who converted two terrace houses into 18 illegal, tiny flats have been ordered to pay back £322,282 or face prison.

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