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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

Police on patrol in Hounslow

Sixteen arrested on Brent police community action day

Martin Brophy, 35, of Colin Road, Willesden Green, charged with burglary and possession of a class B drug

Man dies after car collides with pedestrian and two other vehicles in Wembley

A motorist has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving following the incident in Wembley.

World's first drive-through Gas and Gear to open in Wembley

The store will be the world's biggest Gas and Gear outlet and the first of the company's drive-throughs ever to open.

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.

Integral Memory director Sanjiv Kotecha, MP Greg Clark and the company’s MD Sunil Kotecha

LED specialists turn the spotlight on the future investment of energy saving lamps

Intergral Memory in Wembley celebrated its 25th anniversary with a visit by science minister Greg Clark MP

Alsat UK shop

Crooked shopkeeper who cheated TV subscription services is hit with £55k bill

Albanian Helidon Vuciterni, who was jailed for selling equipment which allowed people to avoid paying for TV services, has been given a cash seizure order.

Brent family of seven escape suspected arson attack thanks to 999 operator

Brave neighbours then help family from Brent to safety through the back of the property.

Police hunt man over row with life-saver nurse and heart attack pensioner

Grandfather Stephen Breed, 65, stood up for nurse Polly Collins, who saved his life moments later when he had a heart attack at Uxbridge station.

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Pensioner who had heart attack at Uxbridge station saved by nurse he stood up for in Tube row

Stephen Breed's family today thanked their 'Superwoman', but the nurse insisted she was just doing what anyone would.

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Man, 65, 'serious' in hospital after Uxbridge station incident

Police poring over CCTV to try to identify other person involved

Primary school children celebrate their futures at graduation ceremony

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Children from Elsley Primary School in Wembley attended a prestigious event in London to celebrate their achievements on Monday.

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Fire at Wembley Park station causes severe delays

The 'minor' blaze, which involved electrical equipment on one of the platforms, broke out at around 10.40am.

Hounslow teenager jailed for life for murder of Jamil Palmer in Hanworth

Mohammed Barre to serve minimum 17 years for stabbing 18-year-old Jamil Palmer three times with a fatal wound to the heart. Four other teens acquitted of murder.

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Builders unearth First World War bomb in Wembley - with detonator still attached!

Unexploded live ordinance was discovered by crew working at Corsham House in Victoria Court on Monday morning

Jennifer Lawrence in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part One' updated

New theatre planned for Wembley to host live stage version of 'The Hunger Games'

Plan submitted to Brent Council for new building to house innovative adaptation of Suzanne Collins' trilogy being created by Dutch theatre firm renowned for its rotating sets

Thousands take on Wembley Survival of the Fittest course

The event had also taken place in Cardiff, Nottingham, Edinburgh and Manchester

£32 million compensation available for asbestos cancer sufferers

People suffering from diffuse mesothelioma can claim a pay-out from insurers after the Government made it mandatory, but many still do not know about it

What Kevin heard: Dionne Warwick in her heyday produced timeless gems

Kevin Bryan reviews another selection of albums from years gone by, including the Very Best of Dionne Warwick, Bill Nelson and Axels & Sockets.

London Tigers roar to win against 10-man Colney Heath

Round-up of Saturday's west London action from the Spartan South Midlands League

£3,000 was raised for 205 Wembley Detachment ACF (Parachute Regiment) by a coast-to-coast cycle ride. Back row: Cadet Lance Corporal Kajaal Patel, Cadet Corporal Karan Patel, Clay Pickering, Cadet Colour Sergeant Rohan Mistry. Front row: Ramila Patel and Bill Caruthers

Cyclists' coast-to-coast bike ride raises £3,000 for Wembley's army cadets

Proceeds of the Cumbria to Tyne and Wear challenge went to 205 Wembley Detachment Army Cadet Force (Parachute Regiment) based in Harrow Road, Wembley

Brave Hanworth school boy unable to walk just two years ago wins 'mini Paralympics' challenge

Disabled Robert Walter, nine, from Twickenham, who suffers from Sturge-Weber syndrome - a rare neurological and skin disorder- is joint winner of Panathlon Challenge

Shocking video shows Black Friday getting ugly in Asda as Wembley shoppers grapple for bargains

Shopping for festive bargains got ugly this morning in Wembley...

Executive head chosen for new Ark academy in Acton

Events will take place for parents who would like to meet Jacqueline Steele and discuss the future of the school

Sonny Bruce, 36, was jailed for three years for carrying out a burglary in Edgware just four days after getting out of prison

Drug addict jailed for committing burglary in Edgware four days after leaving prison

Sonny Bruce, 36, of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, stole mobile phone and two watches from house in Whitchurch Lane, Edgware

Officers investigating 2004 Wembley rape want to trace man, 58

Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command are seeking to speak to Gonzales Santana, 58, who was with victim in former Spotted Dog pub in High Road, Willesden

Another triumph for young special-needs athletes

Kavindu Ranasinghe, 10, who has cerebal palsy with spastic quadriplegia, was named as co-winner of the Wembley National Stadium Trust Primary-Aged Achievers Award.

Stall-holder who sold fake goods is handed suspended sentence

'Designer' handbags, purses and belts found in Greenford lockup

London Tigers pegged back by Stotfold as honours shared

Round-up of the action involving clubs from the Spartan South Midlands League

Removal men who died in Chelsea balcony collapse were Polish from Greenford and Wembley

Tomasz Procko, 22, and Karol Szymanski, 29, died on Friday as they tried to get a sofa into a first floor flat in Cadogan Square

Wembley

Wembley is part of the London Borough of Brent and today is one of the most ethnically diverse districts in the country. The prime landmark is Wembley Stadium, rebuilt 2003-2007 at a cost of £827-million, and Wembley Arena, a concert venue built in 1934.

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