Load mobile navigation
West London News
UK & World News
In Your Area
Latest What's On
What's On News
Arts & Culture
Family & Kids
Film & TV
Food & Drink
Music & Nightlife
Buy a Photo
Book an Ad
Advertise with Us
How to Complain
Corrections and Clarifications
Terms & Conditions
© 2018 Trinity Mirror Southern
17:39, 23 NOV 2016
Complaints of fighting and smells of crack cocaine and heroin lead to closure of Brent drug den
Residents were living in misery following noise disturbance, a constant flow of visitors and shouting
Plans to travel on the tube this weekend? Here is the latest information on stations closed in west London
There are at least 20 stations closed on the tube in west London this weekend
Traffic and Travel
Tube delays: Severe hold ups on the Bakerloo, Hammersmith and City and District lines
Commuters frustrated after multiple tube lines hit with severe delays and some services being cancelled during rush hour this morning
Firefighters free man trapped in car after North Circular crash
Paramedics were on hand to offer treatment following a collision between a car and lorry
‘Positive psychology’ mental health and job fair coming to Harrow
Project STRIDE will host the Mental Health & Wellbeing event for local residents who are struggling to find work
Brent man jailed for part in gold bullion cyber hack thefts
Joshua Wilkins was jailed as part of a gang who hacked the private information of customers of a gold bullion firm
X Factor star Honey G keen to inspire more female rappers
The Harrow singer also told how she is determined to secure a record deal to pay off her mounting debts
Sawn-off shotgun found during National Crime Agency raid in Brent
The raid also uncovered six rounds of ammunition and half a kilo of cocaine at the flat in Stonebridge
London Fire Brigade
One woman and six children escape Brent house fire after child smells smoke
Fire investigators said the fire was caused by careless disposal of cigarettes and believe the smoke alarm in the house did not work
Cyclist rushed to hospital after being stabbed multiple times in Stonebridge Park
Police need your help to find the men who chased the victim and stabbed him multiple times in Brent
Three arrested including 61-year-old woman after Willesden police raid
The drugs and cash raid took place following complaints from neighbours
Public urged to help save 10 London Underground ticket offices set to close
Ten ticket offices in west London have been proposed to close, but unions are asking you to join in the fight to save them
Crack house used for drug dealing in Brent closed after complaints from locals
Problems included Class A drugs in the house, harassment of locals and urination outside
Raheem Sterling? There's plenty more around here
More scouts should be flocking to Brent, says boss of the man who discovered Man City's £49m man
ASBOs for two men jailed for robbing Wembley pensioner
The police say they will not tolerate such crime and will bring perpetrators to justice
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.
Graffiti vandals from Shepherd's Bush and Greenford jailed for 15 months for criminal damage
A pair of west London graffiti vandals have been jailed after being convicted of causing close to £200,000 worth of damage to railway property.
Football star Jason Roberts sets up youth employment project through his foundation
The former Premiership striker returned to where he grew up to set up the charitable project.
On the beat: Brent police chief Michael Gallagher on a busy week
Brent police chief Michael Gallagher talks us through a week in policing the London borough.
On the Beat
On the Beat: How social media is helping police to listen to Londoners
Chief Superintendent Michael Gallagher from Brent police explains how officers have been using social media to reach out to the public.
Brent London Borough Council
New market in Wembley opens every Sunday to ensure no fake goods are being sold
The new market has signed a Real Deal charter with Brent and Harrow Trading Standards in order to ensure the authenticity of items on sale following several prosecutions for fake goods of stallholders at the old market.
Skyscraper on North Circular earmarked for conversion to more than 300 flats
A skyscraper next to the North Circular could be converted from offices into more than 300 flats.
Brent London Borough Council
Watch: Boxing star Audley Harrison throws his weight behind campaign to save his old playground
Olympic star used to play at the site as a child back in the 1980s, and is supporting calls to save it from closure.
Transport for London
Friday bus strike called off - but Monday's is still on
Bus strikes across the Capital have been cancelled on Friday but will still go ahead Monday, and we have details of services affected.