Two more retailers have confirmed their place in a new London designer outlet.
The homeware retailers Villeroy and Boch and Oneida will both have a shop in the outlet centre which is due to open in Wembley towards the end of this year.
A YOUNG pedestrian died following a traffic accident in Wembley on Saturday night.
The 24-year-old was involved in a collision with a car in Blackbird Hill, close to the junction with Old Church Lane shortly before 11pm on Saturday March 23.
WEMBLEY: The site of the former Palace of Arts and Palace of Industry in Engineers Way, Wembley, could become a temporary car park with space for 1,350 vehicles while the surrounding land is revamped.
Quintain Estates and Development, which is undertaking the renewal of the area around Wembley Stadium, applied to Brent Council for planning permission on December 19.
SPORTING greats have been given the "Wally" treatment and take their place in cartoon history.
The famous Where's Wally series of books is marking its 25th anniversary at Wembley Stadium and the illustrator has created a scene with figures from football.
A PATIENT at a mental health unit has been handed a community order for the manslaughter of a man he attacked in a betting shop by repeatedly stamping on his head.
Donovan Calder, 55, admitted to the manslaughter of Mr Mills on the grounds of diminished responsibility and on Monday received a three year community order.
HARLESDEN: A 19-year-old man accused of carrying a knuckleduster in a children's playground is due to stand trial at Wealdstone Magistrates' Court today (Thursday).
On August 10, Rowan Thomas-Williams, of Greenwood Terrace, Harlesden, denied possession of an offensive weapon in a public place on July 26 at the play area in Kingthorpe Road, and elected summary trial.
TWO young men have been remanded in custody charged with the murder of Arron Payne.
Tachane Roach-Johnson, 22, and Jarveer Walters, both 22 and of Roger Stone Court, Coombe Road, Neasden, were denied bail at the Old Bailey on Tuesday having had their case sent there by Hendon Magistrates' Court on Friday last week.
Rail passengers will be able to use wi-fi internet at Wembley Central and Wembley Park stations by the end of July.
They are among the first wave of 80 Underground and Overground stations to receive the technology as part of a Transport for London project with Virgin Media while a further 40 will be connected by the end of the year.
Thursday March 22 has been set as the date of the by-election to replace late Liberal Democrat Dollis Hill ward councillor Alec Castle, who died on Thursday January 26 aged 66.
Nominations close at 12noon on February 24 so look out for a round-up of candidates in the Wembley Observer published on Thursday March 1.
A spiritual teacher from Dollis Hill has denied sexually assaulting a woman in public space in Kingsbury.
Akram Almaged, of Orchard Close, is accused of indecently touching his alleged victim on August 7 last year in Fryent Country Park.
The 48-year-old, who spoke through an Arabic interpreter, denied the offence at Harrow Crown Court on Monday .
His two-day trial was set for the week commencing June 11 at the same court and Almaged was granted bail until then with the condition he does not contact the prosecution witnesses.