Motorcycles could be allowed to use all bus lanes throughout Brent following a successful trial along a main road.

Brent is among the top five boroughs in England for number of fly-tips reported, according to the latest government statistics.

Christmas is coming and so is a general election. Brent residents will have to add voting to their Christmas list - the first time the country has gone to the polls in December in nearly a century.

We have been in "austerity" for the last nine years, resulting in government cuts and squeezes on public services. The reason is because the Conservative government led by David Cameron inherited the largest national debt since WW2.

One of the UK's largest outdoor swimming pools was rediscovered in Northwick Park last month after a tip-off from a former swimmer led staff at a nearby hospital to investigate what happened to the famous bathing spot.

We have to understand that sometimes NHS services have to change - but that does not always mean that change is for the best.

Tracey Hanson described her living "nightmare" after her son's killer was finally brought to justice, after three-and-a-half years on the run.

A cinema manager, a retired police officer and a psychotherapist are among the Brent climate rebels who helped bring the inner-city to a standstill earlier this month. Members of XR Brent told Freya Pickford who they are and what made them get involved.

Adult social care supports our most vulnerable residents to continue living dignified, independent and meaningful lives.

Fifty members of Extinction Rebellion Brent, including a former police officer, a retired firefighter and a doctor, spent last week protesting against the government's perceived lack of action on climate change.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

Any regular reader of my column in the Brent & Kilburn Times will know that I am deeply concerned over the provision of healthcare services in the London Borough of Brent.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

I am delighted that Labour now supports a second referendum on Brexit, but also pleased Labour is not approaching a possible general election as a single-issue campaign.

A Wembley man is offering advice to future apprentices after successfully landing a salaried job with a housing association.

An alleged murderer accused of slashing a Kingsbury man's neck in a bar believed his victim was "possibly" armed after seeing him being "passed something shiny", a court heard.

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.


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