Heathrow congestion zone proposals unveiled by London mayoral hopeful

Liberal Democrat candidate Caroline Pidgeon says drivers using roads around the airport would pay a similar fee to the central London congestion charge

Young people in Brent found to be among the most ‘socially mobile’ in UK

Kids in Brent are being helped to realise their full potential
The latest government figures say disadvantaged youngsters in Brent can realise their full potential

Council to hit households with £50 annual charge for garden waste collection

Hounslow council offers 10% discount to people who subscribe to the garden waste service before February 29

Recognition for west London scientists who helped fight Ebola battle in Sierra Leone

The group work for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust’s infection and immunity department

Detective who used police database to track down woman he claimed scratched his car faces losing his career

Notting Hill PC Craig Marcham delivered a handwritten note to the woman to try and convince her to own up to the damage

Gay UKIP member resigns over choice of 'Gaystapo' candidate for London Assembly elections

Alan Craig, who was invited to address a 'gay cure' conference in 2015, has been chosen to stand in south west London at the London Assembly election

Primary school may have to close due to flooding in Cranford

A number of roads in the area have also been flooded, according to a local councillor

35 firefighters tackle building blaze in Feltham

Six fire engines and 35 firefighters attended a building fire in Feltham on Friday February 5

'They seemed really nice' - Neighbours on west London members of 'Beatles' IS group behind 27 beheadings

Aine Davis and QPR fan Alexanda Kotey were part of a group dubbed the Beatles, which included Jihadi John

Big fines for West End restaurant after salad onions found garnished with rat droppings

Carmina and Lancelot and its director were told to pay £8,500, while the hipster cafe has 'effectively ceased trading'

Appeal following a serious road traffic collision in Isleworth

A 51-year-old woman is in a critical condition following a serious road traffic collision in Isleworth

Brent Council launches initiative to help close streets for neighbourhood parties

Locals in Kempe Road hosted a successful street party last year
The new Play Streets scheme encourages Brent locals to host parties on their street, akin to the celebrations of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

Grown-ups given chance to act out their childhood dream jobs

KidZania usually lets youngsters take part in the role-playing, but for one night only the adults can have some fun

Eagles could be used to take down drones, say Met Police

Dutch police are experimenting with the use of eagles to tackle drone-related crimes

Ealing Mosque raises £8,000 for mission to Greek island to deliver refugee aid

Two members of the West London Islamic Centre Ealing Mosque (WLICE) went to the Greek island of Lesbos and Serbia to deliver aid

Mark-Francis unable to compete in The Jump showdown after joining long injury list

Three celebrities have already pulled out and four more sustained injuries in an eventful second episode

Hillingdon man pens crime novel - inspired by Hayes

Neal Bircher had Hayes town in mind as he wrote his first published novel - Love Sex Work Murder

Pancake Day: MPs prepare to take on Lords and media for Parliamentary pancake race crown

We take a lighthearted look ahead to one of the racing calendar's biggest derbies, as MPs take on Lords and the media in the Magnificent Tin Cup pancake race

Fire Brigade remembers heroic firefighter who died trying to save two girls from Harlesden blaze

The George Cross
70 years ago, fireman Frederick Davies was posthumously awarded The George Cross, the highest award for civilian gallantry

Westminster Abbey hosting Gucci fashion show is 'Disneyfication' of church

Gucci and the abbey have agreed to use the venue for the collection release in June, but the move has been criticised as "Disneyfication" of the church

Ealing pub takes part in World Record attempt with quiz

The Star & Anchor pub, in Uxbridge Road, Ealing, raised £400 for the Ealing Food Bank by taking part in a World Record attempt for the number of people participating in a series of pub quiz's

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