Owners of a small business in Stonebridge accused the council of “constant harassment” by sending repeated notices to pay their rent – despite the charge being settled months before.

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.

A struggling care home that has operated in Harlesden for 20 years will close at the end of the month.

Eco-warriors from a secondary school in Kenton picked up community neighbours for a giant litter pick in their local park.

Campaigners have won the first stage of their battle to stop Brent Council redeveloping the Bridge Park Community Centre.

The future of a treasured leisure centre which has galvanised communities far beyond Stonebridge will be decided today.

Brent police are to carry out patrols outside mosques and Islamic centres in the borough following the terror attack in New Zealand this morning.

Enforcement officers were up before dawn to carry out a raid on a house in Wembley,

They’ve raised the money, they’ve got the planning permission, but two years on library campaigners in Cricklewood still can’t open for business.

Three Blue Badge abusers caught within half a mile of each other in Willesden Green have been fined.

Councils are calling on the government to give them more powers to help tackle rogue shisha bars.

A charity celebrated its 10th anniversary supporting Brent’s deaf community with a Bollywood dance off and two homemade cakes.

Hospice bosses in Kenton have launched a campaign to stop the redevelopment of a neighbouring building they say will force them to close vital beds.

Motorists in Brent are being asked to switch off their engines when parked for more than a minute or face a £40 fine.

Three tyre fitters from Kingsbury and Willesden have been fined more than £12,000 for selling illegal part-worn tyres and having illegal tyres in possession for sale.

A scrutiny committee tasked with keeping an eye on Brent’s housing stock has been scrapped.

Harlesden’s unsung heroes were celebrated at a special ceremony aimed at improving the image and perception of where they live.

People who have paid for annual parking permits in Kensal Rise have criticised Brent Council for removing the parking spaces in their street – and charging a water giant to occupy them instead.

There was relief for Willesden neighbours after planning chiefs emphatically knocked back plans for a seven-storey block in their residential street.

A community in Wembley claims Brent Council is putting profit above people’s safety with its plans to level garages and build four “luxury” bungalows – none of them at social rent.

Community members fighting for the future of Bridge Park Community Centre in Stonebridge must wait for their fate as the High Court deliberates over a day of evidence.

A homeless pensioner stormed the end of Brent’s full council meeting after councillors had spent nearly two hours condemning austerity.

A pub popular with football fans visiting Wembley had its plans to extend its opening hours rejected.

The disgraced former headteacher of Copland School in Wembley will finally have to repay £1.4m to Brent Council after the Court of Appeal lifted a stay of execution regarding the money.

Every day that I’m privileged enough to do this job, my guiding principle remains unchanged - I want to make Brent better for this generation and the next.


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