Josh Hanson's throat was slit by a man in a pub in an act of "pitiless savagery", a court has heard.
Transport chiefs could axe the 611 bus route between Stonebridge Park station and East Finchley Cemetery.
Environmental lawyers have asked Brent Council to provide "evidence-based" carbon reduction targets - and make sure it can hit them through new planning policies.
A 58-year-old woman on Universal Credit was left to fend for herself following ankle surgery after Brent Council backtracked on a pledge to pay for her care.
A private care home is set to redeveloped to provide more than 60 one-bed "independent living" flats in a six-storey block.
A senior Brent councillor said the council will "continue to embrace" everyone in the borough after a nationwide report highlighted the scale of xenophobia at schools following the EU referendum.
A community library will be knocked down and replaced with a new facility alongside a housing block up to four storeys high.
The leader of Brent Council has been nominated for a national award that celebrates those from ethnic minority backgrounds.
Barbados police have said there is "nothing to indicate" an intruder was responsible for the death of a Colindale mother who died in a fire.
Cyclists could be officially allowed to use their local parks as the council seeks to revoke a byelaw that currently prevents them from doing so.
Brent Council's leader has defended the decision to invite a drag queen to launch a children's challenge at the borough's libraries.
A pub popular with the Irish community in Harlesden has been granted a new licence, despite concerns from neighbouring properties about noise.
Tiled murals showing moments of sporting and musical history in an underpass leading up to Wembley Stadium are to be partially covered by advertising screens.
Boys at Newman Catholic College received a standing ovation after performing poetry for the first time at the British Library.
A Cricklewood man has been sentenced to a minimum 17 years for the murder of missing midwifery student Joy Morgan.
A "dishonest and manipulative" married Cricklewood father has been found guilty of the murder of a female student who went to his church.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the case of a married Cricklewood father accused of murdering a missing midwifery student who went to his church.
Plans for more than 100 student homes in a building up to eight storeys high have been given the green light, despite opposition from those living nearby.
A Kingsbury man and one of his co-defendants admitted responsibility for the death of a bouncer who was stabbed outside an exclusive New Year party in Mayfair.
Two Brent men were part of a group who encouraged each other during the New Year's Day killing of a Mayfair bouncer, the Old Bailey heard.
The Cricklewood man accused of murdering midwifery student Joy Morgan had health problems and would sometimes become "confused" after exceeding his prescribed medicine dosage, a court heard.
A former valued youth centre in Wembley will be demolished and replaced by 170 "affordable homes" and a new community centre.
Plans to demolish a 19th century pub of "significant heritage" in Willesden Green and replace it with a more modern building and new homes have been rejected once again.
Almost half of "non-emergency" potholes across Brent weren't repaired on time last year, according to a council report.
Willesden Junction's major used car dealership Cargiant has launched an investigation and withdrawn cars from sale after it was found advertising and selling vehicles that were subject to outstanding safety recalls, the Kilburn Times can reveal.
A charity that helps people in times of crisis held an art exhibition at Kilburn Library to raise awareness of mental health issues.
A vet working for an animal welfare charity in Kensal Green has been awarded for establishing the first mass canine rabies vaccination programme in Afghanistan.
The familiar site of discarded chewing gum at suburban Tube stations is likely to remain - as transport chiefs admit defeat in ending the scourge.
Neighbours in Alperton still have questions over what will be Brent's tallest tower - with preparatory works already getting underway.
Money promised by the government to help tackle knife crime covers just a fraction of the cuts to police funding, according a Labour councillor.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
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