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After a century “at the centre of the Kilburn and West Hampstead communities”, the Kingsgate Community Association (KCA) has announced it is to close with immediate effect.

Police have charged a 40-year-old man with committing thirsteen burglaries – including in Golders Green and in Brent Park – while impersonating a police officer.

A north London teacher, poet, and former rapper, has spoken of the importance of giving young people opportunities, but he worries about “gang grooming” culture.

Disorder at an unlicensed music event in W9 on Friday night saw five arrests – including for alleged violent disorder, breaches of Covid-19 lockdown rules and racially aggravated public order offences towards police officers.

Hampstead and Kilburn’s MP Tulip Siddiq welcomed the government’s decision to extend the ban on evictions for renters last week.

Brent Cross shopping centre will reopen on June 15, in line with the latest government guidance.

Work from home “wherever possible”, wear a face mask and “do not expect to return to the transport network you were used to before” – that’s the message from Transport for London (TfL) after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an easing of lockdown restrictions for workers in some industries on Sunday evening.

Drugs and a machete were seized after a stolen Ford Mondeo crashed on the North Circular Road in Neasden while being chased by the police on Wednesday afternoon.

A man in his 20s was stabbed in Wembley on Wednesday evening.

“It’s stressful, but I’m loving it. It’s nice to be back on the shop floor.”

The Met Police’s man in charge of crime on our roads has warned drivers not to take advantage of quieter roads to break the speed limit.

A man is in hospital with “life-changing” injuries after being stabbed near to the Kilburn High Road at 1pm on Monday afternoon.

Five men have been arrested after a cache of firearms and a “zombie knife” were recovered when armed police swooped on a car in Willesden on Thursday morning.

Two men who carried out a “ferocious attack” on a man in Preston Park last July have been jailed.

NHS workers are now being tested for coronavirus at the Wembley branch of Ikea.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has called for young people to ditch the bravado and stay at home to protect their elders from the coronavirus outbreak.

Some of those sleeping rough in London during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to self-isolate during the crisis

Seven men face time behind bars after being sentenced for their part in a shocking street brawl in Maida Vale last year. The organised violence took place on January 2 2019 and saw 20 armed people turning on each other at the junction of Harrow Road and Great Western Road, W9.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has launched a website to gather resources for local people as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Act to help homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic or “people will be sick on the streets”.

This May’s mayoral and London Assembly elections have been postponed for up to a year.

A pensioner has died after a collision in Colindale.

The prayer leader who was stabbed during afternoon prayers on Thursday returned to the London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park just a day later after leaving hospital.

Two men have been acquitted of murder charges relating to the fatal stabbing of South Hampstead man Cabdullahi Hassan last July.

Police are investigating a suspected assault after a man was found “seriously injured” in Ranelagh Road, close to Wembley High Road, on Sunday night.

More than a month after a teenager was shot in Walterton Road, west Kilburn, he is “slowly improving but remains in a very serious condition” according to local police.

A Wembley primary school held a very special science fair this month.

A man in his 20s was killed when a car collided with a lamp post in Cricklewood on Saturday morning.

Ten days before heading to the polls, 400 Hampstead and Kilburn voters grilled candidates on some of the election campaign’s biggest issues at UCS Hampstead.

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