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Ebola children's fund is quids in thanks to Kingsbury High School

A quiz organised by six formers at Kingsbury High School in aid of Save the Children was a huge success

Frozen fun to keep Brent kids happy this half term

Arts, crafts and Disney Frozen fun will take place at libraries around Brent this half term

London bus strikes: First of three planned walkouts on Thursday

Transport for London have urged Unite to call off "totally unnecessary" strike action planned during February

Five arrests in west London over suspected £50m money laundering racket

Suspects from Brentford, Hounslow, Kingsbury and Wembley were among a total of 11 men arrested yesterday across London and the home counties by HMRC

Peter Nagay at the 2014 Run Wembley

Take part in this year's Run Wembley in aid of St Luke’s Hospice

Runners are being sought for this year's Run Wembley event in aid of St Luke's Hospice with organisers saying it will be a great community day.

Giant cake baked and consumed in west London recognised as world record breaker

The 119sqm cake was baked in Heston, Kingsbury and Harrow, and assembled at Westfield shopping centre, where it helped raise money for Make-A-Wish Foundation UK

TNT postman sentenced after 'intentionally destroying' post

The man was working at the TNT depot in Colindeep Lane, Kingsbury, at the time of the crime.

Teens who invented on-the-go mobile phone charging by using kinetic energy set for national finals

The students of College of North West London could win a trip to New York if they win the final stages of the compeition.

Gang who hid guns, heroin and crack cocaine in a public park are jailed for 70 years

Police found a sawn-off shotgun, a revolver, a pistol, a de-activated revolver and thousands of pounds worth of drugs buried in the park.

Missing Kingsbury teenager Nikita Atkinson, 17, sought by Brent Police

Missing Kingsbury teenager Nikita Atkinson, 17, sought by Brent Police

Teenager, who is 5ft 5in tall with blonde hair she frequently dyes red or pink, could be elsewhere in capital or further north after last being seen in Salmon Street

In pictures: Edgware's first game at Silver Jubilee Park

Curtain goes up with a defeat, but Town still confident of a top 10 finish

Stanmore man jailed for life for murdering a woman in March this year

The Romanian national from Stanmore was given a life sentence for stabbing a 55 year-old woman to death in March.

Kingsbury High School gets award backed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson

The scheme, now in its second year, has given Gold Club status to 95 schools since its inception.

School caretaker charged on suspicion of sexually assaulting underage girl

The caretaker, who is 32 years old, has now been bailed.

Over £4,000 raised for Hospice by runners taking park in Wembley's Run to the Beat event

Wembley hosted Run to the Beat on Sunday, September 14, over 15,000 people took part including 20 locals who were raising money for St Luke's Hospice in Harrow.

Fruit harvesters pick over 500kg of fruit in Brent

The big pick took place at the 900 tree orchard at Fryent Country Park in Kingsbury on Saturday, September 6.

In pictures: Brent councillors take the Ice Bucket Challenge

See the pictures of Brent councillors Muhammed Butt, Michael Pavey, Roxanne Mashari and James Denselow getting a soaking for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Celebrations as community-funded Hindu temple opens

Week-long festivities have come to an end with the Kingsbury temple now fully open to worshippers.

Brent students celebrate raging success in A level results

Hard working students in Brent managed to maintain an overall performance, with 98 per cent of pupils scoring A* to E grades.

Tuesday August 5: Five things to do with the kids around west London today

A gardening workshop at picturesque Osterley House or a trip to the adventure playground Snakes & Ladders are among today's ideas.

What's on: Suggestions on what to do with the family this summer

Another week of glorious sunshine and wondering what to do? We give suggestions on how to keep the family entertained in West London this holiday

The residents' panel of Brent Housing Partnership, which has won the Leaders In Diversity Award

Have your say: Brent Housing Partnership's summer roadshow for tenants and leaseholders

Events in Stonebridge, Kilburn, Wembley and Kingsbury will allow people to meet BHP managers and board members and representatives from contractors

The former Palace of Industry concrete lion's head corbel unveiled on its new mount on a plinth in Wembley by, left, James Saunders from land developer Quintain and, right, Brent Council leader Councillor Muhammed Butt

Rescued iconic concrete lion head from old Palace of Industry in Wembley finally mounted on plinth

Head was one of three corbels saved from the building constructed for the British Empire Exhibition of 1924

Two new nurseries planned for Brent children's centres and third could expand

Brent Council's cabinet committee approves lease changes to three children's centres across borough

L-R: TV presenter John Inverdale, Jane Russell, Steve Russell, Stuart James of the RMI, and Curtis Hutchinson, editor of Motor Trader

Kingsbury firm named Independent Garage Of The Year by car magazine

Russell Automotive Centre, located on Kingsbury Trading Estate, wins gong

Sayed Alam, 45, of Stanmore, was convicted of conspiracy to conceal, convert, disguise, remove or transfer criminal property

Money launderers from Kingsbury and Stanmore convicted of conspiracy linked by police to funding of terrorism

Sayed Anwar and Sayed Alam ran money transfer firm from basement of 24-hour convenience store - and wired at least £22million

More than 80 women from Shree Swaminarayan Mandir in Kingsbury Road, Kingsbury, took part in the walk updated

Look: pictures from St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk that raised £174,000 for charity

1,500 women took part in a 9-mile race around the streets of Wealdstone, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, Kingsbury and Kenton in aid of local charity

St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk has sold out - so no-one can register on the night

All 1,500 places have been registered and the charity's night-time fundraiser is full to capacity

Brent Council has been asked to approve a temporary event notice to hold a three day long music, dance and drama festival on a stage with seating for 2,000 in Roe Green Park in Kingsbury to celebrate the opening of the nearby Shree Swaminarayan Mandir exclusive

Concerns over Brent park concerts to celebrate temple opening in front of audience of 2,000

Brent Council's nuisance control and public safety teams want to block temporary event notice for Shree Swaminarayan Mandir's August performances

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