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Longer trains and more capacity on Southern services on West London Line

Rail franchisee Southern increased yesterday all West London Line services from four to five carriages on the and three peak-time services from four to eight carriages

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.

Taxi driver assaults traffic warden over impending parking ticket

Wembley cabbie Sajid Shafi was also found not guilty of racially aggravated assault.

The Girl And Two Men Without The Tattoo Licence - council successfully prosecutes Harlesden parlour workers

Two men and a 17-year-old girl admitting not having the correct licences to practice at Coco Tattoo and Body Piercing in Library Parade, Craven Park Road in Harlesden, in a prosecution brought by Brent Council

The 233 unidentified bodies found across London

A corpse found under a Hounslow railway bridge last month and a man whose head was blown off in an explosion near Wormwood Scrubs 31 years ago are among the bodies the Met Police has never been able to identify

Half marathon confirmed to run through Wembley Stadium

It has been announced that Wembley Stadium and the streets of Brent will be part of the new North London Half Marathon.

Neasden bride-to-be speaks out after tealight marriage proposal goes viral

Meena Rabadia was blown away when boyfriend Utpal Kanbi got down on one knee to ask for her hand in marriage in front of the glowing backdrop in Gladstone Park in Dollis Hill, north west London, on Saturday evening.

Bunnies rescued over Bank Holiday weekend and named 'Notting Hill' and 'Carnival'

Two cute rabbits have been rescued over the Bank Holiday weekend after they were thrown over a fence and abandoned.

Three Brent bars granted permission for Notting Hill Carnival after parties despite objections

The Shop, The Island and Le Junction can stay open longer after Brent Council sub-committee approves Temporary Event Notices

GCSEs: Wembley schoolboy who beat cancer wins Brentford FC Academy place

Cory Hall, 16, was diagnosed with lymphoma at the age of nine

Pupils, like those at Nower Hill High School in Pinner, are collecting their GCSE results today

Harrow and Brent GCSE results

Results as we get them, scroll down to find your school

Disappointing GCSEs? Support is at hand in Hounslow

School leavers can sign up to a course designed to help them get back on track and back into education or work

One of the two lion statues made of recycle waste by artist Faith Bebbington and installed at Wembley Stadium

Sabrina Moss killers found guilty at Old Bailey, one week before what would have been her 25th birthday

Three men have been found guilty of killing a mother of one while she was celebrating her 24th birthday.

New scheme for Brent could tackle rogue landlords and improve living conditions

Brent Council's cabinet will decide whether to introduce a selective licensing scheme for private sector landlords in order to drive up living standards and tackle rogue landlords in the borough.

Harrow High School students set for bright future after A-level results

Students were jumping for joy after securing their places at their university of choice.

Watch: Wembley film maker's documentary ‘Is fast food killing Britain's youth?’

21-year-old releases his first film, a documentary on the impact of fast food.

New community group launched to help protect 'neglected' park

A new community group has been launched to help protect and improve a park and its buildings after locals branded it as being 'neglected' by Brent Council.

In pictures: What exactly was going on while the tube to Uxbridge was closed?

Photos show engineers working to improve tracks during the 23 days the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines were shut

'I'm incredibly proud' says father of Wembley quadruplets set to climb Kilimanjaro for disabled children charity

Bindya, Vanisha, Urvashi and Vinay, all 17, are setting off for Africa this month and have already raised thousands of pounds.

Fake immigration adviser forced to pay back thousands in compensation

A court heard that a fake immigration adviser from Wembley will have to pay back over £3,000 in compensation.

Author to challenge perceptions of tough estate in new book

Brent-based author Andre Anderson is contributing towards a book based on tough estates across the UK.

Fall short on your GCSEs this month? Here is how to secure a Positive Direction

An organisation is working with those who fall short in Brent to go on and achieve elsewhere in education and the workplace.

Hundreds register to swap home at a fair for social housing tenants in Harrow, Brent and Barnet

People looking to downsize, upsize or relocate within north-west London were invited to event to learn more about 'mutual exchanges'

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

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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