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A&E waiting times in west London show improvement

However figures released by NHS England show that one in 10 patients are still waiting too long at some west London A&Es.

Thousands facing eviction in west London, MoJ data shows

Nearly 3,000 people in Hillingdon, Ealing and Hounslow are at risk, according to homelessness charity Shelter's analysis of government figures.

Mum of Azelle Rodney 'shocked' by loss of confidential data on son's shooting

Azelle Rodney, of Hounslow, was shot dead by police officers in April 2005
Discs containing documents about the killing of the 24-year-old from Hounslow and two other men have been missing for at least three weeks

Family pays tribute to West Drayton motorcyclist who died in Uxbridge crash

Postal worker Peter Ginn, 50, died after his motorbike collided with two cars on the A4020 Oxford Road last week.

Independent Health Commission to hold public meetings on north-west London NHS restructure

Barrister Michael Mansfield QC, who represented  Stephen Lawrence’s family, will head the commission

Hounslow's secondary schools ranked 13th in England

Schools in the borough are seventh best in London according to latest league tables, with 66.1 per cent of students getting five or more good GCSEs

Violent thug who chased 22-year-old into shop before stabbing him repeatedly is jailed

Sydney Espulien left his victim slumped in a Sudbury shop doorway before returning to attack him again.

Uxbridge man found guilty of prostitute's murder had 'harboured thoughts of becoming serial killer'

Murder victim Karolina Nowikiewisz is said to have been working as a prostitute to fund her studies.
Married father-of-three Michael Wenham murdered prostitute Karolina Nowikiewicz following a botched penis enlargement operation, a court heard.

More than 30 dogs rescued from squalid conditions at £4million home in Holland Park

Dog in a cage
Owner Robert McElhill was convicted of six counts of animals cruelty after animal welfare officers and police made the find.

Patrick Wolf to lead artist takeover at Osterley House

Singer will headline Night Songs this March, with a series of intimate performances unfolding in the historic rooms and stairwells of the Grade I-listed property over two evenings

Theatre Review: Twelve Angry Men sees jurors face agonising choice between guilt or innocence, life or death

Tom Conti stars in Twelve Angry Men at The Theatre Royal, Windsor
Tom Conti stars in Twelve Angry Men at The Theatre Royal, Windsor, writes Barry Dix

Country musician Rachel Button to perform in hometown Chiswick this weekend

Rachels' homecoming gig after returning from recording studios in Nashville, Tennessee, to be held at George IV pub on Chiswick High Road
Police officers hit the streets

Police anti-burglary operation in Harrow results in 55 per cent drop in offences

Operation Regulus was so successful that the month-long crackdown is being extended into February.

Violent thug who chased 22-year-old into shop before stabbing him repeatedly is jailed

Sydney Espulien left his victim slumped in a Sudbury shop doorway before returning to attack him again.

Five arrests in west London over suspected £50m money laundering racket

Suspects from Brentford, Hounslow, Kingsbury and Wembley were among a total of 11 men arrested yesterday across London and the home counties by HMRC
A carer assists a pensioner to the shops

Home Instead to create 850 new jobs caring for elderly

Home Instead is recruiting new carers in the Capital to bolster its 6,000 strong national workforce.

Valentine's window dressing masterclass in Brentford this Thursday

You can watch for free as the windows of Brentford business Marvin Architectural get a floral makeover from staff at Vogue Flowers

LED specialists turn the spotlight on the future investment of energy saving lamps

Integral Memory director Sanjiv Kotecha, MP Greg Clark and the company’s MD Sunil Kotecha
Intergral Memory in Wembley celebrated its 25th anniversary with a visit by science minister Greg Clark MP

Manchester City boss tells Diego Costa to learn from his ban

Manuel Pellegrini urges suspended Chelsea striker to change his ways in future

Chelsea striker Diego Costa to miss Manchester City clash

Spain international found guilty of violent conduct  and will miss three games

QPR make £2million bid for former Fulham target

Wolves player on Rangers radar

Brentford boss fires warning ahead of Forshaw reunion

Warburton tells players to think twice before leaving Bees

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