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Environmental activists and politicians in Brent will "answer the call" of teen campaigner Greta Thurnberg and join the climate strike organised by schoolchildren tomorrow morning (Fri).

Fine weather on Sunday may well have seen Queen's Park Day smash its attendance record, organisers believe, after thousands flocked to the annual community festival.

A 12 year old boy was left with "serious injuries" after a hit and run in Wembley on Friday.

Queen's Park Day is back and better than ever.

Robot-assisted operations are more common than ever, but that doesn't mean they're not a daunting prospect.

A summer-long football project designed to keep vulnerable young people in Brent off the streets finished with a spectacular finals day that saw more than 200 young people involved.

A Brent man has been banned from Harlesden after local cops obtained an order in hope of curbing his anti-social behaviour.

"Part of me didn't think my fears were going to be realised. The midwives started to talk about numbers dropping - his oxygen intake - that's when they called the doctor."

Ahead of its 175th anniversary, the vicar of St John's Church in Kensal Green, has thanked QPR owner Tony Fernandes for helping it to finally fit six bells.

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Brent Council opened 14 new council homes at the Braeburn Estate in Queen's Park on Friday.

The jury hearing the trial of a Wembley barber who is alleged to have killed Park Lane bouncer Tudor Simionov were discharged today after failing to reach a verdict.

Three talented street artists have been creating murals representing the communities of Willesden Green and Church End - including one poignant piece that incorporates a bullet hole.

Brent Council is holding an open meeting at Brent Civic Centre to discuss how to tackle the borough's child obesity problem.

A Kilburn man has been convicted of fraud for pretending to be a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire in order to access £75,000 worth of assistance.

"If truth be known, I think my patients can be quite routine and boring now."

A charity that's been operating from Willesden Health Centre for 31 years is facing closure after its NHS landlord jacked up the rent.

A Queen's Park man has become the second person to be charged with the murder of Abdullahi Hassan in Boundary Road, St John's Wood.

Police have named the 20-year-old killed in South Hampstead last week as Abdullahi Hassan.

Emma Thompson is hoping to rally the Harlesden community to help support underprivileged schoolchildren in Jamaica.

The RSPCA are appealing for help finding the people responsible for firing 31 sewing needles into a pet cat.

"As far as we are concerned it goes on as before."

After a May inspection found "patients were being put at significant risk of harm" at a troubled doctors' surgery, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has taken the radical step of suspending the practice for six months.

A Neasden man with severe epilepsy has been told to live on £16 a month by government welfare bosses and threatened with a court case by Brent Council over an alleged overpayment of housing benefit.

"That's when we realised we were being outflanked - a mosque on both sides."

A scammer who stood in the car park of Tesco in Brent Park and flogged kitchens that never materialised to unsuspecting members of the Brent public has been convicted and slapped with a suspended jail sentence.

The inaugural Pride of Brent youth awards celebrated some of the borough's unsung heroes at a glitzy civic centre ceremony.

Two Wembley sisters have made a hobby into their livelihood and are delighted to have been able to open a shop-front minutes from where they grew up.

A diverse group of artists and activists used the last week of the school term to bring a unique brand of performance art to a Willesden school - all in the name of reducing knife crime and empowering young people.

An senior liver doctor at Northwick Park hospital has teamed up with the British Liver Trust (BLT) to spearhead a campaign across Brent, Harrow and Ealing designed at raising awareness of liver disease.

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