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Navin Shah is to step down from his role serving Brent at City Hall to concentrate on projects close to his heart,

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

A faith leader in Brent has been given his second honour by the Queen while a new councillor is made MBE recognising the decades he’s already spent volunteering.

Allegations of bullying in Hampstead and Kilburn’s Labour branch have surfaced with the resignation of its chair, who is also a minister at a Harlesden church.

Bus users in Preston, Wembley and Kenton are furious over plans to stop the 223 bus going to Harrow.

A Kilburn councillor who has been sacked from Brent’s planning committee believes he lost his seat for “voting the wrong way” on applications.

Brent Council is consulting local people over plans to change the way parking permits are managed across the borough.

An entire award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden, inspired by a young person’s journey with HIV, is being moved to a council estate in Kilburn.

No decision will be made on the future of Wembley Stadium until the autumn, the head of the FA has said.

The controversial decision to hand over £17.8m of public money to a private developer to spruce up Wembley Park was “reviewed” and agreed in under five minutes on Monday afternoon.

A sickle cell charity in Harlesden is raising money for a headstone for a former Labour councillor who died suddenly aged 34.

A Welsh Harp Labour councillor has launched a leadership bid against Cllr Muhammed Butt to “transform” Brent Council should she be re-elected tomorrow.

Thursday’s polls in Willesden Green have been called off following the death of the ward’s longest serving Labour councillor on Monday.

A former Brent mayor was among a group of jail birds who together raised more than £8,500 for a Kenton charity.

Brent residents face another tax hike after the council approved a 4.99 per cent rise at a full council meeting.

Kilburn’s most outspoken councillor has resigned from the Labour group.

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