Members of different faiths and communities from across north west London came together in Cricklewood to “bring peace to the soul”.
Brent school girls received a standing ovation when they read poetry celebrating the African Jubilee at City Hall on November 26.
Controversial plans to convert a Kingsbury school into an academy could finally go through in February, according to the headteacher.
A world-famous Queen’s Park boxing club that is on the ropes after being hit with a £50,000 legal bill called in a string of celebrity favours at a star-studded fundraiser last night.
Rogue landlords who converted two terrace houses into 18 illegal, tiny flats have been ordered to pay back £322,282 or face prison.
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A newly refurbished gastropub is opening in Kensal Green just in time for festive drinks.
Our country was, and continues to be, deeply divided by the referendum.
A rogue landlord and “slumlord millionaire” who crammed tenants into tiny flats must pay a record-breaking £1.5million or spend the next nine years in jail.
Brent Council is set to pay out hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal fees to two staff members found not guilty of defrauding Copland School and Brent Council.
A man was stabbed multiple times near Wembley Arena last night, after a gig by Jamaican dancehall artist Popcaan.
The brother of a troubled man who jumped in front of a train in Neasden has slammed a mental health unit for discharging him with no warning.
A man has been taken to hospital after jumping off a bridge onto the North Circular carriageway.
The MP for Brent Central is warning constituents about potential GP practice closures in the borough over the five years.
Harlesden schoolkids helped a developer plant 100 saplings in their local park to offset the effects of carbon emissions at a nearby development.
Pupils from a primary and secondary school in Kenton joined forces to plant hundreds of bulbs to raise awareness of polio.
Allegations of bullying in Hampstead and Kilburn’s Labour branch have surfaced with the resignation of its chair, who is also a minister at a Harlesden church.
A Kilburn councillor sacked from his role on Brent’s planning committee “for making the wrong decisions” has had his complaints against the council leader thrown out.
Brent Central’s MP has defended a controversial speech she made at the Labour Party conference where she said it’s “better to break the law than break the poor” when facing government cuts.
A headteacher of a school which was ravaged by a fire three years ago has championed the resilience of her students in transforming its fortunes.
Wembley has received its second Blue Plaque – its first in 40 years - honouring a heavyweight boxing champion thanks to the efforts of a local man.
A front page from the Kilburn Times dating back to the Second World War brought together a pair of long-lost cousins – who didn’t even know of each other’s existence.
A band of ex-Gurkhas from Wembley’s Nepalese community led Sunday’s parade to Barham Park war memorial, where a civic service of remembrance took place paying tribute to military personnel killed in conflict over the past century.
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.
The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.
Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.
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