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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.

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

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.

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

A dawn raid in Wembley found 19 people including two children living in a four-bedroom property.

A disabled mum has been stuck in an unsanitary hostel in Harlesden with her son for the last seven months after being evicted from her family home.

Estate cleaning services have been returned to Brent Council’s control which it’s hoped will spell an end to poor treatment of workers.

Tensions rose at two community meetings held by the council over plans to regenerate or refurbish a vast council estate in Stonebridge.

Harlesden schoolkids helped a developer plant 100 saplings in their local park to offset the effects of carbon emissions at a nearby development.

A new hub offering shelter to rough sleepers has opened in Willesden as part of Brent’s commitment to show homelessness the door.

A couple who suffered a brutal homophobic attack at their hostel in Wembley have accused Brent Council of putting their lives in danger by not rehousing them.

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.

More than 20 men were found crammed into a three-bedroom property during a dawn raid in Kingsbury.

Brent Council officers found 15 men inside a two-bedroom bungalow in Sudbury during an early hours raid today.

Brent Council has announced its community safety strategy for the next three years as it looks to reduce crime and increase security in the borough.

Brent’s housing chief has welcomed a new law which requires all landlords across five wards to apply for a licence.

Brent Council is set to take legal action against a landlord who had 16 people living in their crammed two-bedroom flat in Kingsbury.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times’ readers this week.

A Brondesbury Park father who has accrued a dozen parking tickets dropping off his children at school is calling on the council to stop penalising parents.

People across Brent have slammed the council for not gritting roads ahead of a snow storm at the weekend.

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