Sleepless nights for Chelsea trader who could lose business to Crossrail 2

Robert Coughlin owns The Flower Yard, which is "smack bang in the middle " of the proposed new station

Lack of trains on Piccadilly Line cause delays at peak times

The union boss claims that up to 17 trains are out of action on the line, causing delays for commuters

Violent boyfriend guilty of Grand Union Canal body in suitcase murder

Thomasz Kocik from Brent has been found guilty today (Tuesday) after the body was Marta Ligman was found in a suitcase dumped in Little Venice

Man dies after being hit by train at Ealing Broadway station

Officers from British Transport Police have confirmed a man has died following reports he was hit by a train

West London boroughs face 'dire consequences' if fire engines get the axe

London Assembly Member for Brent and Harrow, Navin Shah claims that the possible axe 'could have dire consequences for Londoners'

Workplace thefts twice as common in west London

There were 663 thefts by employees across west London in the year to June, at twice the rate of the national average

Ambulance responds to 13 drug-related call outs daily in west London

So far this year the ambulance service have been called out to 3,766 drug-related emergencies

Police launch national counter terrorism awareness week

Public and police relations key to tackling terrorism in the UK

Police appeal after bus drivers assaulted in Brent

The suspect is described as a black man around 30-years-old, 6ft 2ins of slim build, with short black hair and trimmed beard.

Man and woman found dead in North Kensington

The female was found inside the property in Freston Road, while the man's body was discovered outside the address

Met police launch two-week firearms surrender campaign

Londoners are urged to give up firearms, imitation weapons and ammunition, as the capital remains on a heightened state of alert following Paris attacks

Report highlights crippling costs of renting in K&C

A row of houses in Kensington
Tenants 'cannot enjoy decent standard of living' after paying rent

Christmas: Lights event set to bring festive cheer to Ealing

Join Santa at the annual parade event and festive light show in Ealing Broadway!

Fight stepped up against prostitutes' calling cards in K&C phone boxes

Police make arrests and confiscate 100,000 cards, while council strike deal with BT to have frosted covers on booths

The worst destinations for long flight delays from Heathrow

The route from hell is Heathrow to Algeria where passengers have a one in four chance of facing a delay of at least one hour

Rooms in Ealing Town Hall put to be rented out in bid to save millions

Ealing Town Hall
Ealing Council announced they will put out some of its rooms for lease, but will still own the building and occupy its eastern wing

School adopts Chinese 'Mastery' technique to boost maths grades

St Mark's Catholic School in Hounslow is one of the first in the UK to implement the radically different style of teaching

Westminster City Council to sweep up a staggering 1,000 tonnes of autumn leaves

The foliage will be bagged and converted into enough energy to power 4.4 million hours of TV 

Revealed: Just under 7,500 food packages given out in west London between April and September

Ealing foodbank saw the equivalent of 11.3 people coming every dayin the first six months

Spencer Matthews says he was axed from I'm A Celebrity after steroids confession

The Made In Chelsea star broke his silence on Twitter, suggesting producers culled him from the show

Pig found dodging traffic in Hammersmith makes a friend

Wilbur is being cared for by the RSPCA and has struck a close friendship with another young porker

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