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Volunteers from a Queen’s Park charity have come together with local groups to help residents give their neighbours food parcels.

A Wembley mum has taken on a charity 2.6 challenge by cutting off 26 inches of her hair which took her 26 years to grow.

It was very disappointing to hear that the NHS had made the decision to close the NHS Cricklewood walk-in service despite there being strong public and political opposition to the move.

How are London’s nurses coping on the front line of the war against coronavirus? More qualified to answer that than most is Sharon Bissessar, a senior regional officer for the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).

The gender pay gap at Brent Council decreased last year but women are still paid less on average than their male counterparts.

Brent Council will use the “resources and expertise” of a housing association to support its approach to housebuilding over the next five years.

A rogue landlord must pay back £190,000 in rent he collected from illegal flats in Wembley.

Coronavirus – it’s here in the UK and it must be taken seriously.

Another week, another disastrous immigration policy from the government.

Plans to build more than 200 new homes as part of South Kilburn’s major regeneration project were approved despite claims people are being priced out by such schemes.

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

Brent councillors have voted to give themselves a payrise at the same meeting where they agreed to find £7.4m budget cuts.

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

A “secretive” musician and artist is returning to his childhood neighbourhood Queen’s Park this month where a free exhibition of his work is being showcased.

Students from a Brent primary school staged a climate change march in their high street to spread awareness to neighbours and local businesses.

An investigation will be carried out into poverty in Brent, where a third of people earn less than the National Living Wage.

In my previous column following the general election, the result of which was truly devastating for me, I pledged to work hard to unite the country.

A student from Kensal Rise who made it to the last day of the series “SAS: Who dares Wins” hopes to have inspired young people from similar backgrounds to do the same despite quitting on the very last day.

Children’s centres, street lighting and customer services are among those areas facing cuts as Brent Council announced its latest budget proposals.

A retail company in Staples’ Corner has launched its annual apprentice award to celebrate the next generation of tradespeople.

In a week when commemorations marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sir Nicholas Winton was trending on social media.

A Harlesden-based charity has partnered with Public Health England to help improve the lives of those affected by a life-threatening, inherited blood condition.

A rogue landlord has been fined more than £90,000 for knowingly renting out three properties to tenants in Kilburn without having a licence.

A primary school in Cricklewood has celebrated the much-anticipated opening of its new library.

BAFTA award-winning actress Miriam Margolyes OBE took a day out of her busy schedule to support a Kensal Green animal welfare charity’s new campaign.

A reckless Neasden motorcyclist who reached speeds of 100mph in a 30mph zone during a 45-minute police chase has been prosecuted.

The terrorist who was shot dead by police in Streatham as he attempted to stab passers-by was a former student at the College of North West London.

Dawn Butler MP says she has been previously mistaken for a black Labour Party colleague after the BBC was forced to apologise for mixing them up.

I remember catching the bus to Claremont High School, then it would be playing football for my local team in Sudbury or to Bridge Park for some youth activities.

Last week I had the honour to attend Brent’s Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Civic Centre.

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