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Coroner backs mandatory drugs education following teen's ecstasy death after rave

The assistant coroner for west London has taken the unusual step of publicly supporting a foundation set up by the parents of Daniel Spargo-Mabbs, 16

Brentford houseboat owner to sail solo to Grenada for charity

James Muggoch plans to cross the Atlantic in a yacht, which he will then donate to local sea scouts to give them a leg up into the maritime industry

Coroner's appeal to find relatives of woman from Feltham

Officers believe Ivy Hawkins was from Feltham and have urged anyone who knows one of her five children to get in touch

Day centre for people with learning disabilities could close this summer

Ealing Lib Dems have criticised the council's "scandalous" decision to sacrifice a care centre for vulnerable people

Back on track with The Railway Children

Louise Calf talks about playing youngest sibling, Phyllis, in the stage adaptation of Edith Nesbit's much-loved novel for which children are being invited to audition

Mohammed Emwazi's mum 'instantly recognised' son in gruesome ISIS video

Ghaneya Emwazi recognised her son's voice before she saw him in ISIS's first video in which American James Foley was beheaded by 'Jihadi John'

Mystery over deaths of man and child in Notting Hill

A woman has been arrested in connection with the deaths of a man, aged in his 40s, and a four-year-old girl, in Colville Square, over the weekend

Burglars steal priceless medals from WW2 hero's 90-year-old widow

Some of the medals taken from the burglary in Hayes
Police say the victim has been left "distraught" after the theft of the priceless medals and officers have appealed for their return

New drug-driving legislation to target dangerous motorists

New law sets legal limits for how much of a substance, including prescription medication and illegal highs, motorists can have in their system when driving

Job Centre protests as union tries to protect unemployed

Hundreds take part in protests in Ealing and Victoria as part of a national rally against MAXIMUS, which runs the country's Job Centres

Disney and Justin Bieber toys seized in raid on counterfeit wholesaler

Toys Warehouse UK Ltd was convicted of unauthorised use of a trademark and possessing unsafe goods

Council tax freeze in Hounslow 'at cost of most vulnerable'

Hounslow councillor Peter Thompson
Opposition leader welcomes freeze but says cuts will hit unfairly hit the borough's most vulnerable and disadvantaged people

Prince Phillip presents RAF Northolt squadron with new Standard

Prince Phillip presented 32 (The Royal) Squadron with a new standard

Day centre for people with learning disabilities could close this summer

Ealing Lib Dems have criticised the council's "scandalous" decision to sacrifice a care centre for vulnerable people

Brentford houseboat owner to sail solo to Grenada for charity

James Muggoch plans to cross the Atlantic in a yacht, which he will then donate to local sea scouts to give them a leg up into the maritime industry

Coroner's appeal to find relatives of woman from Feltham

Officers believe Ivy Hawkins was from Feltham and have urged anyone who knows one of her five children to get in touch

Back on track with The Railway Children

Louise Calf talks about playing youngest sibling, Phyllis, in the stage adaptation of Edith Nesbit's much-loved novel for which children are being invited to audition

Children get taste for theatre at launch of Young Performers Academy

Actress Terri Ann Bailey successfully launched a performing arts academy in Bedfont

Annie the Owl: Meet the owl-pack at Soho's latest pop-up bar

Meet Annie the Owl, and the rest of the Owl-pack, at Soho's latest pop-up cocktail bar

Mystery over deaths of man and child in Notting Hill

A woman has been arrested in connection with the deaths of a man, aged in his 40s, and a four-year-old girl, in Colville Square, over the weekend

New drug-driving legislation to target dangerous motorists

New law sets legal limits for how much of a substance, including prescription medication and illegal highs, motorists can have in their system when driving

Burglars steal medals from Second World War hero's 90-year-old widow

Some of the medals taken from the burglary in Hayes
Police say the victim has been left "distraught" after the theft of the priceless medals and officers have appealed for their return
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Hounslow Council reveals exciting vision for Feltham

"Feltham has huge potential" - Hounslow Council reveals plans for the town and residents are urged to have their say before Monday (March 2)

Hot Yoga exercise bring punters flocking to Eastcote

Hillingdon borough’s first hot yoga studio has opened in Eastcote.

Ribbons are for wimps: Screwfix marks Isleworth opening with chain-cutting

Screwfix in Isleworth holds a drilling contest to mark its opening

AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper ruled out for visit of Southend

James Shea will be missing for at least two weeks with fractured ankle

Chelsea not celebrating despite Man City slip at Liverpool

Skipper John Terry insists the Blues are keeping their feet on the ground

Skipper John Terry fighting for his Chelsea future

Legendary Blues captain admits the power in the club's hands over new deal

Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham: Result of Rate the Wembley Blues

Your say on how Jose Mourinho's Blues lifted the trophy at Wembley Stadium

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter