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Yesterday, 14:26

Communities across Brent are urging the council not to rip up and replace pavements which involve felling trees or cause the "destruction of conservation areas" at a time of climate emergencies.

Yesterday, 06:59

A Kensal Green charity for dogs, cats and communities has joined forces with Crisis to help pets and their owners affected by homelessness.

Tue, 17:34

Young and old are invited to the launch of Wembley Park's first-ever immersive 'Winterfest' light festival.

Tue, 16:35

A highly decorated Metropolitan police has been found guilty of possessing an indecent child abuse video but cleared of corruption.

Tue, 15:33

A man will appear in court charged in connection with a hit-and-run incident in Wembley involving a police officer.

Tue, 12:54

Mourners are "shocked and horrified" that council chiefs are allowing healthy, ancient trees in Paddington Old Cemetery to be cut down.

Tue, 11:24

A government inspector has called last orders on a valued pub in Willesden Green that will now be demolished to provide housing.

Tue, 09:00

Nine neighbourhoods in Brent are among the 10pc most 'deprived' in England, according to government figures.

Mon, 14:05

Tenants and leaseholders in Brondesbury attended a meeting to demand answers over claims of inadequate repair work, anti-social behaviour and asbestos on their estates.

Sport

Yesterday, 12:00

Hendon manager Lee Allinson says his side must cut out their bad spells in games if results are to improve.

Tue, 16:30

St Panteleimon made it 16 games unbeaten with another three points away at Langford on Saturday.

Tue, 15:00

Former Dale Youth amateur Daniel Dubois will face Japan's Kyotaro Fujimoto for the vacant WBC Silver heavyweight title next month.

Tue, 12:30

Brent under-12 boys advanced in the Camden Cup by edging past Camden Elite in a penalty shoot-out victory.

Tue, 10:30

Dean Brennan blamed a lack of clinical finishing and a poor second half performance for his Wealdstone side's 2-0 defeat away at Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Mon, 17:30

Harrow Borough boss Steve Baker was delighted to get a point away at Farnborough but regrets not starting in a 4-4-2 formation.

Mon, 10:30

Youngsters from Queens Park Harriers (QPH) took part in the London Youth Games Cross Country at Parliament Hill on Saturday.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

National League South Leaders Wealdstone slipped to defeat against 15th-placed Hampton at The Beveree Stadium on Saturday.

Entertainment

Thursday, October 31, 2019

A bulging sub-plot and unrestrained touches of soapy melodrama undermine a vivid window on India's gender politics - inspired by Ibsen's Ghosts

The Seven Ages of Patience follows an 80 year old through turbulent times in the area and is performed by amateurs aged 11- to 77

From Beyonce to Chewbacca, Wembley's cavernous 2,000 seat Troubadour Theatre has a long history of film and TV making, writes Bridget Galton.

While lacking in dramatic heft this sultry revue of the jazz greats sees some blissful musical sparring between Sharon D Clarke and Clive Rowe

Legendary singer song writer is joined by Lionel Richie Lianne La Havas and Joel Culpepper for a summer Saturday of memorable music

Sun, sand and water play - you don't have to drive to the coast to enjoy the beach this summer

Worldly Wicked and Wise in Salusbury Road has gathered a host of pictures of the area's legendary gigs for its Music in the Manor exhibition

There's something to suit all tastes as the borough's biggest book festival returns to Queen's Park.

An immersive dining experience transports you to a mystical land of potent cocktails, lush 3D visuals and floating amuse bouches

Samuel Adamson's riff on Ibsen's A Doll's House collides decades of queer history with an exuberant look at the institution of marriage

My epic surf moments are sadly few and far between, but there's something about being faced with either ducking under or trying to catch a wave that's meditative, exhilarating and fun - and that floaty feeling when you do catch one defies description.

Wife at Kiln Theatre

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Samuel Adamson explores four generations of queer relationships through the prism of Ibsen's A Doll's House and his transgressive heroine Nora

As we pulled up to the Tivoli Évora my kids and I expressed some scepticism for its eco claims - after all, swanky hotels are some of the most energy intensive facilities on our planet.

Inua Ellam's rich writing and powerful storytelling flies in this brilliantly acted epic tale of a mother and son's bond

School photos are a rite of passage: a snapshot in time of bad hairstyles, gappy teeth and that hideous experiment with the blue eyeliner that went on for far too long.

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