Estate cleaning services have been returned to Brent Council’s control which it’s hoped will spell an end to poor treatment of workers.
One of Brent’s top performing schools could close earlier than planned due to dwindling student numbers.
All 55,000 Europeans living in Brent will have to register to settle in the UK if Brexit happens or be considered “illegal” with no rights to remain.
A statue of Nelson Mandela may stand in Westminster – but it was in Wembley that the man who has become synonymous with peace addressed the world.
Confusion – and anger – surrounds a mystery bid to add 16 extra flats to an already controversial Dollis Hill development.
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.
Brent Council could set up a charitable trust to plug up a £1.5million funding gap in the borough’s 2020 London Borough of Culture programme.
Campaigners battling to save a Willesden Green pub are appealing to neighbours to wade in – by the end of today (Thu).
A Wembley grandmother who survived the Holocaust and went on to educate children and teachers throughout Brent has been recognised in the 2019 New Year’s Honours List.
Tensions rose at two community meetings held by the council over plans to regenerate or refurbish a vast council estate in Stonebridge.
Plans to build nine flats above cherished Kilburn music venue The Good Ship have been given the green light by Brent’s planning committee – and music fans are furious.
Rogue landlords who converted two terrace houses into 18 illegal, tiny flats have been ordered to pay back £322,282 or face prison.
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.
Hundreds of supporters packed a Stonebridge leisure centre to let the council know their community centre won’t be sold and destroyed without a fight.
Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times’ readers this week.
A community battling to save a Stonebridge leisure centre is urging supporters to attend a consultation this weekend.
Electric performances and a feast of street food marked the opening of an exciting addition to Wembley’s dining scene
Festive fitness challenges are on the cards at a Sudbury sports centre..
Harlesden schoolkids helped a developer plant 100 saplings in their local park to offset the effects of carbon emissions at a nearby development.
The MP for Brent Central asked a packed meeting in Wembley to let her know of any concerns following the rollout of Universal Credit in Brent so she can take them to parliament.
Two traders in Brent have received hefty fines for selling illegal cigarettes and tobacco.
Spurs have put in a request to play 17 extra matches at Wembley Stadium before they return to White Hart Lane, with objections mounting from those living nearby.
The former head of a Wembley secondary school and two governors must pay back more than £1.9m after “swindling” cash in a bonus scandal.
A couple subjected to a second terrifying attack at their Wembley hostel are begging Brent Council to hurry up and find them a safe home.
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.
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