More than half the staff at a private faith school in Neasden earmarked to close in 2020 are at risk of being made redundant this year.
A young mother from Brent was terrified when she discovered huge mushrooms growing in the emergency accommodation she shared with her four year old and four month old baby.
An unlicensed radio station has become the focus of a social media storm after inadvertently airing a “grotesque” spoof tape by US white supremacists.
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.
The family of a vulnerable Kilburn man who went missing on February 10 have appealed for help finding him – and criticised police for taking a week to accept he was high-risk.
A used-car enterprise in Willesden Junction has declared war on the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) over a multi-billion pound regeneration project.
A disabled father and three-year-old son who fear being back on the streets after opening a letter from Brent Council discharging its homeless duty to them may have a reprieve.
A government investigation uncovering a “litany of gross failings” at Woodfield School has piled further controversy onto its delayed partnership with The Village School to form an academy trust.
A Kingsbury special needs school could become an academy in a little over a week, despite dark clouds hanging over its partner.
He started smoking cannabis at 14. Soon after, he was stabbed – and by his mid-20s, Bradley Laurencin had done jail time for drug offences.
One of Brent’s top performing schools could close earlier than planned due to dwindling student numbers.
The owner of a Karate club in Neasden accused of not accepting two autistic children has been forced to train them or lose his licence.
A “trailblazing” Brent nursery became the UK’s first recipient of a prestigious children’s rights award yesterday.
The brother of a troubled man who jumped in front of a train in Neasden has slammed a mental health unit for discharging him with no warning.
The UK’s biggest pop-up mall opens in Wembley Park this weekend and the founder’s nerves are jangled.
An elderly woman was taken to hospital after being injured when a robber burst out of a phone shop in Kilburn High Road on Saturday morning.
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.
A gun, £20,000 in cash and Class A drugs were seized from a travellers’ site in Neasden during a police raid yesterday.
A masked raider broke into a Willesden temple and stole three precious idols – hours after Hindu new year celebrations had taken place.
The aborted sale of Wembley Stadium may not be such a hammer blow for grassroots football in Brent – even though its profits had been pledged to local sports provision.
The grieving mother of an innocent man gunned down in Harlesden in 2016 feels like she is in “prison” after being forced to live in a cramped, squalid hostel room for two years.
Fourteen vulnerable men are facing a “mass eviction” from a homeless hostel in Willesden – to allow other homeless people to move in.
A man suffered minor injuries following a collision in Cricklewood which saw one car flip over.
Tireless community campaigner and charity chief Dame Betty Asafu Adjaye has died.
Westminster North MP Karen Buck joined parents and children to protest the sudden closure of Queen’s Park Nursery.
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.
Stones eased to a 3-0 success at Chelmsford City on Monday after losing 3-1 at home to Dulwich Hamlet last weekend
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