Supporters of a vital Kenton hospice marched on Brent Civic Centre armed with 6,125 petition signatures and more than 30,000 emails demanding the withdrawal of development plans.
On Tuesday Brent’s Mayor led councillors in a ceremony which saw the rainbow flag above Brent Civic Centre to mark LGBT+ history month.
“To forget the Holocaust is to kill twice” was the rallying cry as memorial candles were lit in Brent to remember victims of global genocides.
England football player and “Brent boy” Raheem Sterling has approached council chiefs to set up a football academy at the controversial Bridge Park site in Stonebridge.
Members of the community and voluntary sector are invited to a special event to discuss Brexit and the impact it will have on their area.
Tensions rose at two community meetings held by the council over plans to regenerate or refurbish a vast council estate in Stonebridge.
A new hub offering shelter to rough sleepers has opened in Willesden as part of Brent’s commitment to show homelessness the door.
The controversial decision over whether to demolish the Wembley Stadium pedway ramp will be heard next week.
Neighbours gathered at Brent Civic Centre to shine a light on the council’s “destructive” plan for Northwick Park this week.
Brent Council may not have held a public screening of England’s World Up semi-final against Croatia – but it will be showing the final.
Small and medium-sized firms in Brent will be hired for £60 million worth of construction work.
The headteacher of a school embroiled in a battle with union members has bemoaned the “detrimental impact” of further strikes on its students.
Join Nathalie Raffray and Mathilde Frot as they report the news and results as they come in live from 10.30pm at the Brent Civic Centre tonight.
Governors have given plans for The Village School to be converted into an academy the green light.
Placard-bearing staff have continued to go on strike as the decision looms over whether to turn The Village School into an academy.
The cost of dying in Brent is set to increase by hundreds of pounds in a budget proposal passed by the council’s cabinet.
Pressure is building on The Village School to scrap its academisation plans following packed public meeting at Brent Civic Centre last night (Thursday).
Kilburn’s most outspoken councillor has resigned from the Labour group.
A group of cyclists from Brent are undertaking a challenge in Gujarat India to raise money for a charity which helps underprivileged children.
Environmental campaigners are the latest to take a stand against Coca-Cola which is driving its “truckload of rubbish” into Wembley Park tomorrow.
Brent’s Amanda Epe won Leader of the Year at the England Athletics volunteer awards recently.
Quality fish and chips are promised in Kilburn by pub chiefs who have been given a green light to turn their function room into a takeaway.
A new voluntary body which will campaign for clean air in the borough has been officially launched in Willesden.
Thousands of families - including 948 children - are relying on foodbanks as the amount using the vital service to survive has increased by 200 per cent in three years.
Foodbanks across Brent got a helping hand from housing association volunteers from Wembley last Friday.
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.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the murder of a young man in Harlesden to send dash cam footage or to phone them.
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