Campaigners in Brent are "delighted" that developers have delayed the expansion of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre.
Brent Council hiked a dementia patient's care costs by 60 per cent - even though he now gets less care than he used to.
Local politicians are backing campaigners who say Brent Cross West Thameslink station won't be accessible enough for disabled people under current plans.
Campaigners against the Cricklewood rail super-hub have been left disappointed after Sadiq Khan refused to intervene.
Brent's Liberal Democrats have pledged to fight back in next month's local election after severe losses in 2014.
Brent councillors are demanding a public inquiry following Barnet's green light for a rail "super-hub" in the face of huge opposition.
A Brent councillor has criticised approval for the controversial Cricklewood rail super-hub next door to the borough.
Brent Central MP, Dawn Butler, is rallying behind a group of Brent councillors ahead of a pivotal meeting tonight on Cricklewood's freight 'super hub'.
Petitions objecting to a rubbish dump being located near homes and an infant school in Dollis Hill have gained more than 1,400 signatures in a fortnight.
Anger is mounting in Dollis Hill where plans have been lodged to place a rubbish dump near where people live and go to school.
Objectors have until the end of today to make their voices heard against a proposed development to create a freight 'super hub' in Cricklewood.
Proposals to convert a railway yard in Cricklewood into a rail freight 'super hub' have been met with objections from residents.
Brent and Barnet councils have been slammed by residents of Dollis Hill who claim neither care the area will be blighted by Brent Cross regeneration plans.
Communities living near a waste site in Cricklewood are campaigning for the relocation of a waste firm as they battle daily against smells and dust.
More Barnet children will be attending the primary school of their choice in September.
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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