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Man runs naked through Chelsea before biting chunk out of his OWN arm

A 55-year-old naked man was seen running through Cale Street at 4.45am, smashing windows then biting a serious chunk out of his own arm.

Hounslow Council leader warns new homes may have to be built on green belt

Council leader Steve Curran says it would be 'remiss' not to look at building on the protected open space in an attempt to meet the huge demand for housing

Police looking for good Samaritan who stopped woman jumping from Battersea Bridge

The samaritan helped pull a woman back over barriers after she tried to jump off Battersea Bridge on Tuesday (October 28)

Rotarian helps Ebola-stricken Liberia with supplies as club launches fundraising drive

Suresh Bharwaney, branch president of Edgware and Stanmore Rotary Club, arranged for his family-run business in the Liberian capital to supply A4 paper, a photocopier and cartridge to the Rotary Club of Monvoria, which passed them on to the Ministry of Health
Edgware and Stanmore Rotary Club is sending paper and equipment to Liberia to help in the fight against Ebola.

Teen in critical condition after 'taking illegal drug' at Red Bull gig in Earls Court

The 18-year-old is thought to have taken an illegal drug at the Red Bull Culture Clash in Earls Court One last night (October 30)

Man injured after Mercedes collides with bus in Chelsea

The incident in Cheyne Place closed down Chelsea Embankment, causing severe delays on Albert and Battersea Bridges during rush hour which has now cleared
Patrick Wickens was jailed for 12 months for sexual assault and theft

Man jailed for sexually assaulting woman bus passenger while trying to steal her bag

Patrick Wickens from Bedfordshire attacked his 54-year-old victim after she got off at 28 bus at Kensal Rise.

Passengers taken on a sensory journey around the globe before setting foot on a plane

Heathrow brings a 'scent' of paradise from five nations to celebrate a full-house at Terminal 2

Weather warning: Claims this winter could be the worst for 100 years!

It's been an unseasonably warm autumn but some weather experts say we could be in for ice, snow and Arctic winds from next month.

Half term fun: Four ideas of things to do with the kids on Halloween

Halloween events for kids are taking place in Ealing, Harrow and Uxbridge today.

Families take advantage as free tennis coaching is served up in Hounslow

Free training sessions will continue this weekend and every Sunday for the next year in Lampton Park

Friday's weather: All set to break the record for the 'hottest Halloween'

Hallowe'en pumpkin
Today will be unseasonably mild and temperatures could surpass the 20C recorded in 1968, which is the current record for the warmest Halloween.

'Hugger muggers' target elderly people on streets of Feltham

Pensioners have been targeted by an Eastern European trio in a silver Mercedes, one asks for directions and another jumps out to 'hug' and takes necklace

Man jailed for sexually assaulting woman bus passenger while trying to steal her bag

Patrick Wickens was jailed for 12 months for sexual assault and theft
Patrick Wickens from Bedfordshire attacked his 54-year-old victim after she got off at 28 bus at Kensal Rise.

Shock discovery for family of murdered West Drayton man

Chris was killed at his home in West Drayton by a man he considered his friend in a revenge attack following a scuffle in a pub.

British businesses call for Heathrow expansion in letter to Airports Commission

Hounslow, Hillingdon and West London are among 23 Chambers of Commerce calling for expansion at Heathrow, to tap into emerging markets and drive tourism, or fall behind European rivals

Ex-NHS manager's community cafe plan for Hatch End Station submitted to Harrow Council

Plans for a coffee shop at Hatch End Station have been submitted to Harrow Council for approval exclusive
Commuters could pick up hot drinks and snacks at a coffee shop planned by former NHS senior manager Adam Mackintosh to open in Hatch End Station's former bike store

Have a 'butcher's hook' at the fine fayre on offer at Hammond's Christmas do.

Find the perfect food for your festive feast

AFC Wimbledon include QPR youngster in squad for Northampton Town

Frankie Sutherland will travel to Sixfields after loan move from Premier League side

Teenage Brentford keeper heads out on loan

Mark Smith joins Ryman Premier club Hampton & Richmond for a month

Brentford dealt Alan McCormack injury blow

Irishman facing three months out after suffering ankle ligament damage at Bolton

Is Halloween a trick or treat for Chelsea and QPR?

We look at how Blues and Hoops perform in Premier League around October 31

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