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Police are appealing for information after an armed robbery at a bus depot in Park Royal.

A new free school opening in Brent next year is hoping to build premises on protected land in Willesden.

Residents can help make a difference at a clean up of Brent River Park in Wembley tomorrow.

The developer behind controversial plans to convert a closed library site which was rejected by Brent Council has accused town hall bosses of snubbing him.

A hospital trust lost track of patients referred to them for treatment and failed to meet government targets on waiting lists, it has been revealed today.

Brent’s mayor has endorsed the work of a charity helping victims of crime in Brent.

Two arrests were made today after police raided a skip hire and commercial waste business as part of the Met’s Operation Big Wing.

The cost of visitor parking permits in Brent for the day will rise by 50 per cent from next week.

The fate of a Greenpeace activist held in Russia on piracy charges will be debated in the European Parliament today.

Residents of Willesden Green are set to launch an electoral platform that will stand against mainstream parties at the next council elections.

A Brent estate agent exposed by the BBC for discriminating against black tenants has hit back at the broadcaster today claiming it was misrepresented.

A Kilburn councillor has demanded that the Mayor of London takes action to ensure all London landlords comply with set guidelines on race discrimination.

A Wembley school is celebrating after being recognised for its motivational work with African-Caribbean students.

A second driver battling against the council over parking tickets has had them cancelled after the Times intervened.

A new cinema for Wembley is set to open its doors on Thursday.

The return of a high street name to Wembley has resulted in the creation of 55 jobs.

Children at a Brent school have been inspired after taking part in a workshop designed to encourage careers in digital media.

A Brent campaign group fighting to keep the borough free of fracking staged a publicity stall at Willesden Green station on Saturday.

Wheelchair passengers are calling for the return of a ramp to a tube station after transport bosses withdrew the vital facility on ‘safety’ grounds.

Alperton has been given a facelift with the launch of contemporary apartments as part of a £520million regeneration for the area.

Fears that a child could be killed while taking a shortcut over a damaged footbridge on the journey to school, were sounded by residents in Neasden.

A Queen’s Park resident has won a parking dispute battle with Brent Council after the Times intervened.

Turtle activities and mania will descend on Brent Cross shopping centre tomorrow.

A driver had a lucky escape after his car flipped over while driving over controversial road humps in Willesden.

Brent Council has come under fire for spending more than £10million in staff payoffs since 2010.

Police are appealing for information after a 63-year-old man missing from Wembley.

A drug dealer who intended to flood the streets with heroin, cocaine and cannabis has been jailed.

Yobs who cause anti-social behaviour around Wembley Stadium on match days could face jail or a hefty fine if caught breaching a new police initiative.

Schools across Brent closed today as teachers embarked on a day of action against government changes to pay, pensions and working conditions.

Controversial plans for Cricklewood Library were withdrawn yesterday, Wednesday, just hours before Brent Council were due to make a decision on its future.

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