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Brent’s former mayor Bertha Joseph is calling for more use of stop and search powers by police after her grandson was mugged at knifepoint.

Wembley High Technology College has been named the joint highest performing school in the country – topping the charts for Progress 8 scores for the second year running.

Courtney Massay’s double hat-trick inspires St Panteleimon to comfortable 12-1 win over South Kilburn in the Middlesex County League Premier Division.

An award-winning Kensal Rise artist ended 2018 with yet another trophy in recognition of his thought provoking installations.

A Kensal Rise artist’s mission to eradicate knife crime continues with a new interactive installation.

A Willesden secondary school has renamed its theatre in a tribute to a gifted pupil who was murdered in January last year.

The parents of two murdered teenage boys have got behind a new campaign by Brent Council urging youths not to carry knives.

The principal of Capital City Academy has lavished praise on her “remarkable” GCSE students.

Pupils at Capital City Academy have no regrets staying for sixth form after achieving the grades they needed to go forward.

Sent to school in Kenya for hanging out with the wrong crowd, a man has now graduated with a first class degree after being inspired by his father’s radical plan.

Thousands of people enjoyed a free community festival in Harlesden organised by the parents of a murdered schoolboy.

A free family festival in honour of a popular teenager stabbed to death in Willesden is back on this weekend with its aim of stamping out knife crime.

An anti-knife crime festival in honour of a popular teenager stabbed to death in Willesden has been called off – because too many people wanted to go.

The parents of a much-loved teenager stabbed to death in Willesden have planned a free community festival to honour his life and raise awareness of knife crime.

Two 14-year-olds have been jailed for the murder of “kind hearted” Saif Abdul Majid in Neasden.

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