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Inquiry launched into 'long waiting times' at Northwick Park Hospital following A&E closures

One in four patients have had to wait more than four hours for treatment in the nine weeks since the closures of neighbouring units

Officers investigating 2004 Wembley rape want to trace man, 58

Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command are seeking to speak to Gonzales Santana, 58, who was with victim in former Spotted Dog pub in High Road, Willesden

Pimlico parents in race against time to raise £100k for toddler's life-saving cancer treatment

Chloe Balloqui, three, has come to the end of treatment the NHS can provide and has until January 10, 2015 to get on a £100,000 drug trial in America

'Super-dog' alerts owner to burglars and scares them off

Kate Alliott says she and her 12-year-old daughter Grace feel safer with Lurcher Imogen around.

Cyclist airlifted to hospital with life-changing injuries after incident in Northwood Hills

The man, believed to be in his 50's-60's was injured on the border of Northwood Hills and Pinner and is in a critical condition

Redlees Park playground in Isleworth could remain closed for several weeks

The play area at the park in Twickenham Road is closed due to subsidence, but one woman claims some youngsters are still using the dangerous equipment
The proposal treatment and assessment unit will provide more beds to help address 'under-capacity' at Northwick Park Hospital, where only 68 per cent of patients are seen within the four-hour target exclusive

Proposed treatment and assessment centre will 'relieve pressure' at Northwick Park Hospital

Treatment and assessment unit will provide more beds to help address 'under-capacity' at Northwick Park Hospital, where only 68 per cent of patients are seen within the four-hour target

In Pictures: Former British Airways engineer at Heathrow builds model aircrafts from 10,000 matchsticks

Norman Dawson, 68, spent more than two years creating the striking artwork and is in search of a permanent home to display them

Inquiry launched into 'long waiting times' at Northwick Park Hospital following London A&E closures

One in four patients have had to wait more than four hours for treatment since the closures of neighbouring units nine weeks ago.

Hundreds expected to raise more than £100,000 for homeless charities by sleeping rough

450 people will sleep in cardboard boxes to raise funds in this year's Big Sleep Out event

'Unforgettable encounter' with homeless man in Chiswick is inspiration for new Christmas song

‘A Church On New Year’s Day’ is released on Monday December 1
An unforgettable encounter with a homeless man in Chiswick inspired musician Joseph Baker to create a new Christmas song in the style of Fairytale of New York.

Meet Santa at Hounslow Phab's Christmas bazaar

Young people take part in one of Hounslow Phab's weekly activity sessions last year, joined by charity trustee Lorna Stephens
The charity is offering people the chance to rent a table for the fair at Hounslow Youth Centre next Saturday

West Drayton man jailed for bizarre theft of £1,000 worth of condoms and baby milk

Chemists Boots says it has protection measures in place for these types of offences. 

Officers investigating 2004 Wembley rape want to trace man, 58

Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command are seeking to speak to Gonzales Santana, 58, who was with victim in former Spotted Dog pub in High Road, Willesden

Woman caught with 11 stolen bikes in Twickenham is sentenced

Marie Sharon Scotts is ordered to do 60 hours of unpaid work after being found guilty of possessing stolen goods

Best-One convenience store in Isleworth wins a national award

Alkesh Gadher and his wife Chan were crowned kings of merchandising at last night's Independent Achievers Academy (IAA) awards

'Police incident' on border of Northwood Hills and Pinner delaying buses

Traffic accident held up H13 buses

Car left overturned in South Harrow after crash outside Quakers' local HQ

Silver hatchback left on side in Rayners Lane near Friends Meeting House and former Buckingham College Preparatory School

Fulham defender suffers injury setback

Duo ruled out of Saturday's Championship clash against Brighton

QPR defender has 'big role' to play in club's survival: Harry

...but Rs boss admits it's been 'difficult' for ex-Man Utd player

QPR set to assess Rio Ferdinand ahead of Leicester clash

Defender has fingers crossed ahead of Foxes clash

Fulham keeper is penalty king against Brighton

December 14, 1995, FA Cup round two: Brighton 0-0 Fulham (Fulham win penalty shoot-out 4-1)

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