Ealing Hospital maternity unit CLOSED but campaigners vow to fight-on

A week-long occupation which saw protesters camped in the hospital to prevent the closure has now ended

Hottest July day EVER as temperature reaches 36.7C at Heathrow Airport

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West London has been gripped by extreme heat with temperatures rocketing above 34C

Devastated Hillingdon family want to 'save lives' after sudden death of daughter

Young science student Balinder Mann - described as "beautiful inside" - was thought to be fit and healthy when she tragically died

Recap after Heathrow Airport gets third runway decision

Artist's impressions of new Heathrow Airport runway (left) and Gatwick null
See how the community and social media responded to news that the Davies Commission has backed Heathrow Airport over Gatwick for a third runway

Man jailed for 'truly horrifying murder' of Harrow mother

The husband of murdered Alison Morrison said "her death will always be beyond my comprehension"

Pub landlord guilty of manslaughter after pushing customer into path of van with ironing board

Charles Hickox
Charles Hickox, 53, hit his head on a wheel of the van and died an hour later

Reaction after commission backs third runway at Heathrow

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Campaign groups react to the news, which was announced at 7am today (1 July)

Jury set to consider verdict in police marksman trial

Azelle Rodney, of Hounslow, was shot dead by police officers in April 2005
Former police officer Anthony Long was unable to fit a ballistic shield before the fatal operation, the Old Bailey hears

Paramedic accused of 'dropping underwear' for 'Snapchat picture' - tribunal hears

Ambulance
Tribunal heard that when female colleague turned to take picture, Paul Woodland had his "trousers around his ankles"

Person hospitalised after vehicle crashes into RAF Northolt fence

One shocked witness reported the car "had gone into the airfield", while one of the vehicle occupants was taken to hospital

Burglar caught red-handed in garden told police: 'The handbag is MINE'

Burglar Michael O'Brien is now behind bars
Victims were left "badly affected" after Michael O'Brien broke into their home, according to police

Hercules Festival of Sport in Bedfont Lakes cancelled over 'safety' fears

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A notification cited the grounds access and exit to the park unsafe for cyclists, and exit to the lake unsafe for swimmers

Dramatic moment armed police entered park following reports of 'person with firearm'

The Met said a person was located in Feltham Park but not found to have a firearm on him

Fun activities along the River Thames

Thames Explorer Trust's summer play scheme is open to disadvantaged children aged five-11

Sure UK's Run to the Beat 10k will get the party going

With Marathon fever running high, many of you will feel inspired to start running. Sure's Run to the Beat 10k is a brilliant place to start, and there's a special twist to the race...

Songs For A New World coming to St James' Theatre

Watch amazing musical Songs For A New World at St James' Theatre in Westminster

Championship Rumour Mill LIVE: Latest from Brentford, Fulham, QPR and their rivals

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Keep up to date with all the deals as they happen across the second tier

Hounslow's Mo Farah insists he is '100 per cent clean'

Double Olympic champion would sever ties with under-fire Alberto Salazar if allegations proven

Heathrow Airport third runway decision 'will not be end of story' - campaigners

Artist's impressions of new Heathrow Airport runway (left) and Gatwick
Anti-noise pressure campaigners say MPs could stop plans for a third runway even after decision is made

Terminator Genisys review: How good is the movie?

The new Terminator movie is out on Thursday July, 2, but is it as good as the others?

HEATWAVE alert for 42 hours starts midday TUESDAY

Dangerous conditions are set to start form midday on Tuesday until 6am on Thursday

Ealing Summer Festivals to kick off with annual hit Greenford Carnival

There will be something for people of all ages, including the usual fun fair, food and market stalls, African drumming and water play

Armed police called to Feltham Park following reports of 'person with firearm'

The Met said a person was located in Feltham Park but not found to have a firearm on him

Pub landlord guilty of manslaughter after pushing customer into path of van with ironing board

Charles Hickox
Charles Hickox, 53, hit his head on a wheel of the van and died an hour later

Paramedic accused of 'dropping underwear' for 'Snapchat picture' - tribunal

Ambulance
Tribunal heard that when female colleague turned to take picture, Paul Woodland had his "trousers round his ankles"

Terminator Genisys review: How good is the movie? And is it worth a watch?

The new Terminator movie is out on Thursday July, 2, but is it as good as the others?

Songs For A New World coming to St James' Theatre

Watch amazing musical Songs For A New World at St James' Theatre in Westminster

Sure UK's Run to the Beat 10k will get the party going

With Marathon fever running high, many of you will feel inspired to start running. Sure's Run to the Beat 10k is a brilliant place to start, and there's a special twist to the race...
Burglar Michael O'Brien is now behind bars

Burglar caught red-handed in garden told police: 'The handbag is MINE'

Victims were left "badly affected" after Michael O'Brien broke into their home, according to police

Banker stole £10,000 of customer's money to pay 'gambling debts' - court

The Santander in Church Street, Ashford
Court heard banker Asif Siddiq had been demoted at his branch and lost £3,000 gambling on a horse

CCTV appeal after young woman with osteoporosis elbowed in bus attack

Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak with in connection with the alleged assault

Hillingdon Business Expo: All you need to know about the event

Hillingdon Business Expo takes place at Brunel University on Thursday July 9

Hammersmith shopping centre sold in £153m deal

Kings Mall, in Hammersmith, has been sold to new owners following its recent refurbishment and after attracting top high street names such as H&M

Deadline extended to nominate favourite Hounslow business

Last chance to nominate your favourite business to be recognised at the 2015 Hounslow Business Awards

Fulham determined to land £1.25m Wolves ‘pass master’

Whites double their efforts to lure midfielder

Brentford bring in set-piece coach from AC Milan and add former Derby man to staff

Bees have made a significant amount of changes at the back-room level

Premier League clubs pay a whopping £2.4billion in tax

Figures released in the latest annual season review reveal eye-watering amount

Petr Cech insists he still respects Mourinho and justifies Arsenal move

Chelsea's former number one believes going from the Premier League champions to the Gunners is not a step backwards

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