Tube strike: The deal that the rail unions rejected

Bonuses, pay rises, assurances, opt-outs and up to 52 days annual leave a year – the offer that the unions rejected, plunging the capital back into chaos

Chelsea murder victim named by detectives

A woman who was found dead in a property in Stadium Street, Chelsea, on Sunday (August 2), has been named as Natasha Davies

Missing Notting Hill woman has no phone, money or Oyster Card

Isis Gutierrez, 27, was last seen on Monday (August 3) at 8.30pm in Ladbroke Grove

Whopping £170m of unclaimed money left on dormant Oyster cards

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London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon urges Transport for London to do more so people know how to claim back money on unused cards

Crooked mortgage broker from Hillingdon lied to escape tax

Southwark Crown Court
Mortgage arranger Asim Hussain, from Hillingdon, lied about his profits to evade corporation tax and spent the cash on his mortgage and a home in Dubai

Missing dementia sufferer may try to get to Heathrow Airport

Police are concerned a missing dementia sufferer, Abdel Gaber, 84, may try to make his way to Heathrow

British Airways boss will not support Heathrow expansion

Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG which owns BA, has said the costs associated with building a third runway at Heathrow are "outrageous"

Reports of 'explosion' as firefighters tackle house blaze

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Six fire engines and 35 firefighters tackled a blaze at a semi-detached house in Uxbridge, on Monday. Neighbours said a mother and her son were "lucky" to escape

Tributes to Westminster pilot who died in CarFest plane crash

Dad Kevin Whyman was flying at CarFest, an event run by TV and radio presenter Chris Evans, when his plane plunged to the ground

Man left trapped after bus and van collision

Collision: High Street, Harrow on the Hill
Police were called to the scene at 5.10pm on Monday (August 3) to reports of a bus and van colliding in Harrow-on-the-Hill

Revellers enjoy disability group's fun day in Hounslow

Bouncy castle and karaoke were among attractions at party thrown by WeAre1

Cause of Kensington house fire under investigation

London Fire Brigade sent 21 firefighters to tackle the blaze at a three-storey end of terrace house in Ladbroke Grove

Brentford v Ipswich: Who should start in Dijkhuizen's first game?

Your chance to be the boss and name the Bees team to take on the Tractor Boys

Doctor Who: Find out when the new series starts

See Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in a new picture from series nine which is set to return in September

Ramsey hits out at clubs trying to take advantage of QPR's relegation

Rangers boss unhappy at derisory bids for Matt Phillips

Real Schools Guide: How well did your child's school do?

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See how your child's secondary school, or senior schools near you, did in our Real Schools Guide 2015 by using our interactive search tool

Body found in Stanmore believed to be that of missing man

Police found the body on Sunday (August 2) and believe it is that of missing man Paul Nevin, from Edgware, who was last seen on July 18

Smash-and-grab robbery at Hayes jewellers

An eyewitness saw someone being chased down the road and reported a "big hole" in the window of the family-run jewellers

More celebrities join battle to keep Crossrail 2 out of Chelsea

Loyd Grossman and Cherie Lunghi are the latest celebs - joining Trevor Eve and Felicity Kendal - to oppose a new station in King's Road

Rail workers set to strike over August bank holiday weekend

First Great Western rail staff are expected to strike in response to job loss threats, removal of buffet facilities, and the introduction of driver-only operations

Cat rescued from life in bedroom with 20 other pets

Zula is finally coming around to people and is looking for a quiet and patient home to call her own

Former Bond villain opens 'London's first' purpose-built parkour course

Sebastien Foucan, who appeared in Casino Royale, unveiled the course at Avenue Park in Cranford, Hounslow

How former Kew Gardens student helped design India's 'Garden City'

Gustav Hermann Krumbiegel, who studied at Kew in the early 1890s, went on to help design Bangalore's tree-lined avenues

Cultivate London benefits from £22,500 funding for youths

Keen young gardeners got their hands dirty at Turnham Green to launch new landscape gardening venture

Tube strike: The deal that rail unions rejected

Bonuses, pay rises, assurances, opt-outs and up to 52 days annual leave a year – the offer that the unions rejected, plunging the capital back into chaos

Notting Hill Carnival: Take a look back at last year's event

The Notting Hill Carnival is returning to west London in a few weeks... Cast your eyes over the fun of last year's event to get in the mood for celebrating!

School holidays: What's on for children at the theatre this summer

A guide to what's on in children's theatre during the summer season in west London

West End Musical Choir launches in Fulham

Musical fever has taken over the UK, and is coming to Fulham! New musical choir offers free taster session for local musical theatre-lovers
Southwark Crown Court

Crooked mortgage broker from Hillingdon lied to escape tax

Mortgage arranger Asim Hussain, from Hillingdon, lied about his profits to evade corporation tax and spent the cash on his mortgage and a home in Dubai

Smash-and-grab robbery at Hayes jewellers

An eyewitness saw someone being chased down the road and reported a "big hole" in the window of the family-run jewellers

Woman charged with Chelsea murder

Tracy Phillips, 48, has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a 35-year-old in Chelsea on Sunday (August 2)

Hayes cloud computing firm to sleep rough for charity

Staff from the Hayes IT company Rackspace have signed up to sleep out at this year's Byte Night.

New MileHi App to revolutionise passenger travel

Make new friends, arrange taxi shares from the arrival airport, or exchange tips on where to go

Marks & Spencer announces closing date of Hounslow store

Staff will be offered positions at one of the retail giant's other west London stores

Brentford winger Dallas completes move to Leeds United

Bees player puts pen to paper on a three year deal at Elland Road

Premier League Fantasy Football 2015-16: Who are the best midfielders?

GetWestLondon takes a look at the statistically top-scoring midfielders

Fresh beginning for Barnet new boy Shaun Batt after Orient woes

New Bees forward relieved to have swapped negative atmosphere for vibrant one

Jonathan Douglas completes Brentford exit and joins Ipswich

Popular midfielder was frozen out at Griffin Park and joins Bees' opening day opponents

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