A Cricklewood doctor has done a U-turn on never running another marathon after seeing the care his father received before dying last year.
“If you don’t give a young person something to aim for – a focus, a drive, a determination, enjoyment, something to do – they will find their own focus. They will find their own group to belong to.”
Four years after a much-loved Kilburn pub was illegal reduced to rubble, a community is still no clearer as to when it will reopen.
The wait is over for a disabled Kingsbury woman with cerebral palsy who was handed over the keys to a newly built and adapted council flat.
A cancer-surviving chef who was told 15 years ago that she would never run again is running her 35th marathon in aid of a Brondesbury charity.
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A five-year-old girl from Kensal Green has taken part in a major charity campaign.
Chrysanthemums, sunflowers and oak trees have been named as some of the worst plants that trigger hay fever allergies.
It has been a relentless few months in Parliament, with each day bringing a new raft of votes on the fundamental questions of Brexit.
Bereaved parents from Brent were among hundreds of anti-knife crime campaigners who gathered in Downing Street to call for action over rising violence.
A man remains stable in hospital after being shot in the arm in Wembley.
A 27-year-old man has died following a “violent altercation” in Alperton.
Four cases of measles at a Queen’s Park School have worried parents as figures reveal another eight children in Brent may be infected.
A struggling care home that has operated in Harlesden for 20 years will close at the end of the month.
Neighbours in Kilburn have slammed Brent’s contractors who fail to empty their bins or leave a trail of rubbish behind when they do.
Councillors across Brent and Barnet were united in their anger at not being told of an exhibition outlining plans for a station in Brent Cross.
Harlesden and Neasden are home to three of Britain’s 10 worst polluted areas, a new index of toxic air shows.
Navin Shah is to step down from his role serving Brent at City Hall to concentrate on projects close to his heart,
Former Brent Council housing stock bought under Right to Buy in the last two decades has been sold off into private hands for a collective profit of £176million, new figures have revealed.
The wife of a Harlesden man who was forced by the government to leave his family and return to Jamaica has spoken of the distress his “brutal” last-minute deportation caused their teenage children.
A free two week youth theatre festival is underway in Neasden and Kilburn to reach out to all in the community.
Children at a Kenton primary school dressed as kings and queens in a day of celebration for their deputy headteacher – as she was made an MBE by Prince Charles.
A Willesden secondary school has been rated ‘good’ a second time following a quick visit by education chiefs.
The “inspirational” leader of the Grunwick Strike in Dollis Hill is one of 100 women to be nominated to receive a Blue Plaque.
It was a family affair in Wembley as a Blue Plaque in honour of an iconic heavyweight champion boxer was officially unveiled above his former shop.
A Kensal Green church is returning to its footballing roots to celebrate a milestone anniversary.
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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