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Community rallies together to help #FindAlice as search for the missing Hanwell girl goes into fourth day

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A poster campaign appealing for people to help find missing 14-year-old Alice Gross has blanketed the Ealing area as fears grow for the safety of the vulnerable school girl.

Architects worried 'cash for trees' will set planning precedent

Kensington and Chelsea Council is set to OK a Notting Hill development paying thousands to get rid of trees in a conservation area so they can build.

Two arrested after double stabbing in Hounslow's Inwood Park

Yesterday's stabbing comes just weeks after the park received a Green Flag Award, recognising it as one of Britain's safest and best maintained open spaces

Man denies attacking George Galloway in Notting Hill

Neil Masterson, 39, has denied attacking the Respect MP who reportedly has a broken jaw and rib.

Witness claims stabbed Notting Hill grandfather was 'executed'

Anthony Charley was fatally stabbed on August 29 after leaving the Mau Mau bar in Notting Hill updated
Tony Charlery had a quick chat with a friend in Mau Mau bar in Portobello Road on Friday and was then stabbed in the neck and left to bleed to death in the street.

Traffic marshal with severe leg injuries after lorry collision

A 25-year-old male traffic marshal is still in hospital after the collision on Victoria Embankment near Westminster Bridge.

In Pictures: All the fun of the Ealing Half Marathon

There's less than four weeks to go to this year's Ealing Half Marathon and here are some photos from last year's event to inspire runners.

First yoga studio opens at Heathrow Terminal 4

Passengers have started to try out the new facility in the SkyTeam airlines exclusive lounge

Cockney rhyming slang gunman is jailed for life

Bernard Pillay of Campion Close had admitted blasting Atif Ali in the leg with a sawn-off shotgun in a contract ‘hit’ paid for by the victim’s love rival.

Grants mean Ealing Autumn Festival can stage its biggest production yet

Opera based on the life of Galileo will be joined by a poetry competition and other events next month

Circus group behind Muse tour to help unveil new-look Brentford Market Place

Cirque Bijou show is one of three free events in five days lined up to celebrate the completion of the square's £2m revamp

The voice that made Sir Tom Jones cry is singing In Twickenham

Sally Barker and Sir Tom Jones
Sally Barker, whose singing made Sir Tom Jones cry on BBC1's The Voice, will be performing at The Cabbage Patch pub in Twickenham as part of Twickfolk events.

Two arrested after double stabbing in Hounslow's Inwood Park

Yesterday's stabbing comes just weeks after the park received a Green Flag Award, recognising it as one of Britain's safest and best maintained open spaces

Motorists urged to stay alert after spate of catalytic converter thefts in Isleworth

Police say Isleworth is a hotspot for the crime, but the devices have been stolen from cars across the borough

Jailed: Man who assaulted and forced vulnerable couple to let him move in

Paul Wilkins, 39, took advantage of two vulnerable adults in Fulham as he repeatedly assaulted them over a year and moved himself into their home

Mum-of-three opens first women's clothes shop in Ruislip Manor

Good news for the high street as independent shops move in

Place West London: Innovate to accumulate

Innovation is central to economic success and it’s something West London has a grand history in, writes Ross Sturley.

Firms could be charged for handing out flyers in Hounslow

Businesses would be charged £25 a day or £250 in a move designed to cut litter and protect consumers from misleading promotions
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Kacaniklic signs new Fulham deal before sealing Copenhagen switch

Swedish winger heads to Denmark for the remainder of the campaign

Niko Kranjcar in negotiations over return to QPR

Croatian set for another reunion with Redknapp after previous spell at the Hoops

QPR move for Liverpool striker on the verge of collapse

Fabio Borini (R) celebrates after scoring the second goal for Sunderland with Adam Johnson
Fee agreed but personal terms are proving a stumbling block in Borini deal

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