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The Girl Without The Tattoo Licence? Body art parlour workers targeted in Brent Council prosecution

Three workers from same tattoo studio prosecuted for not having individual or premises operating licences

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

Businessman with 20 McDonald's restaurants is in running for award

Atul Pathak, who runs 20 McDonald's restaurants across west and north-west London, in running for an award.

Captain Leefe Robinson, who is buried in Harrow Weald, won a Victoria Cross for being the first Briton to shoot down a German zeppelin over Britain

First World War: events in Harrow and Brent marking centenary of outbreak of Great War

What's happening locally to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Britain declaring war on Germany

Missing Romanian teen Elena Dimitru, 15, of Spalding, Lincs

Missing 'streetwise' Romanian foster teen may be in Brent, police say

The girl, 15, had only lived in Lincolnshire for a week before she disappeared

Designer shopping centre host summer holiday activities

London Designer Outlet in Wembley are hosting a series of family fun activities every weekend during the summer holidays.

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

New charges for green waste bins in Brent labelled 'rip off'

Brent Council have approved plans to start charging households an annual fee of £40 to have their green waste collected.

Two newly refurbished hotels for west London to open this summer

Holiday Inn London Heathrow Terminal 5 and Holiday Inn London West set to open in August

Harrow Arts Centre

School summer holidays: What to do in Harrow and Brent

Goolistan Cooper compiles a selection of things to do to entertain the kids in Harrow and Brent during the school summer holidays.

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X Factor asks council for permission to hold gig for 10,000 fans at Wembley

X Factor applies to Brent Council to hold promotional invite-only gig for 10,000 fans by unnamed 'famous music act' in Wembley's Olympic Way

Twenty-three days of tube disruption to start in Hillingdon

The Uxbridge branch of the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines will close for track replacement on July 19

Anil Pindoria, 30, of Wembley, a supply chain specialist for DIY firm Wickes, one of three people to take part in the full 550 miles distance of his employers Wickes Tower To Tower Challenge in aid of blood cancer charity Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research between June 16 and 22

DIY company employee from Wembley cycles from Blackpool to Paris for charity

Anil Pindoria, who works for Wickes, took part in Wickes Tower To Tower Challenge and raised £9,500

House under renovation in dramatic 3am blaze

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were needed to battle the flames.

Break in at Saint Andrews church sees rare medal stolen along with £400 in cash

Medal belonged to former pastoral assistant who was awarded it by a Bishop while battling terminal cancer.

Harrow student shines at college awards ceremony

A local Harrow girl was the star of the night at a college awards ceremony after being named Ambassador of the Year.

London policing boss Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe set to answer YOUR questions at Q&A tomorrow evening

The event begins at 6.30pm, with Hogan-Howe eager to share his vision of London policing with you.

Police boost powers with Stonebridge dispersal zone to tackle violent and abusive behaviour

Brent Police already have introduced several dispersal zones in the area over the past year.

Final sign off for proposed bilingual primary school in Harrow

Harrow Bilingual Primary School could be opening its doors in September 2015 as a Church of England school if the interview with the Department of Education this week goes to plan.

Blaze damages warehouse in Park Royal before firefighters go on strike

Firefighters were called to fight a fire in a steel fabrication warehouse on Minerva Road last night 12 hours before the Fire Brigades Union strike today

Hundreds turn up for annual summer fair

Preston Manor Lower School in Wembley host a summer fair with a day long list of activities and food stalls to suit all.

The College of North West London's Kilburn centre has been bought by the Education Funding Agency to house the Kilburn Grange School, a new free school opening in September 2015

New free school in Brent to move into college's old campus

Kilburn Free Primary School to be renamed Kilburn Grange School and will move into The College of North West London's Kilburn centre.

Harlesden fatal stabbing: murder accused appear at Old Bailey

Defendants T-shai Ennis, 18, Idris Hassan Daud, 19, and a 17-year-old who cannot be named for legal reasons went in front of a judge on Tuesday

Councillor Ruth Moher, a Labour ward councillor for Fryent, at Brent Council and the lead member for children

Brent investigation finds no breach of councillor's Code of Conduct at planning meeting

Brent Council's director of legal and procurement finds no wrongdoing on Councillor Ruth Moher's behalf at February planning meeting

Mitch Winehouse, the late singer's faith, launching the Amy Winehouse Foundation's Resilience Programme in Brent, at Brent Civic Centre with, right, Councillor Muhammed Butt, council leader, and, second left, Mayor of Brent, Councillor Kana Naheerathan

Brent schoolchildren, parents and teachers to receive substance abuse programme from Amy Winehouse Foundation

Five schools have signed onto course about alcohol and drug dangers created in wake of later singer-songwriter's death

Third person charged with Harlesden murder

A 19-year-old Wembley man has charged over the weekend with murder of David Headlam who was stabbed to death in Drayton Road

Muhummed Sayed and Hamza Tzortzis

Wembley Islamic academy workers go through 'pain barrier' for Great Ormond Street

Staff at the Islamic Education and Research Academy in Wembley have run in the Hackney Half Marathon.

BREAKING: Wembley Market won't be held this Sunday - due to 11th hour Brent Council order

After four months, Wendy Fair Markets receive e-mail notice preventing them from running market in Stonebridge Park

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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