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Public support for long serving Notting Hill Carnival DJ facing the axe over noise complaints

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Channel One Sound System may not get a licence to perform at Notting Hill Carnival after people objected, despite more than 8,000 people signing a petition for them to stay for their 33rd year

Drug dealer jailed for supplying drugs which killed teen at Hayes rave

The drug dealer who supplied ecstasy to 16-year-old Daniel Spargo-Mabbs has been jailed for five years

'We're full': Harrow Council to start housing tenants elsewhere as homes crisis deepens

Harrow Council currently spends £1.4million on housing those on waiting lists in temporary accommodation such as bed and breakfasts.

Ambulance service confirms fatality at Ealing Broadway Station

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Sadly a person has died under a train at Ealing Broadway station this afternoon (August 1)

Londoners urged to plan ahead to avoid getting caught out by RideLondon road closures

Residents affected by this year's Prudential RideLondon street cycle race are being urged to take note of road closures and plan ahead.

Death in police custody: investigators go through hours of CCTV images from cells

IPCC says investigators have also taken statements from most of the officers who had contact with dead man during his arrest and subsequent detention

'Scotch', 'jam jar' and a double-barrelled 'April fool'. Hitman tells court of day he blasted love rival

Bernard Pillay, who once served 11 years’ jail for attacking two police officers with a knife, admits conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm but denies a charge of conspiracy to murder.

Death in police custody: investigators go through hours of CCTV images from cells

IPCC says investigators have also taken statements from most of the officers who had contact with dead man during his arrest and subsequent detention

Newspaper report from 1914 reveals first Ealing casualty of WW1

Ealing borough archivist Jonathan Oates has been researching the First World War
Seaman Richard George Jones, 19, is thought to be the first First World War fatality from Ealing after the light cruiser he was serving on was sunk by a German mine on August 6, 1914.

Five family things to do in west London this weekend

Try out fishing at Little Britain Lake in Cowley or enjoy the Queens Park Festival - details are in our latest summer holidays things to do round-up.

Hindu festival in Hounslow to be 'biggest of its kind in west London'

Thousands are expected to attend the two-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival, celebrating birth of Lord Ganesh, at Laxmi Narayan Temple

What's on this weekend in Hillingdon?

Commemorate the outbreak of WW1 and celebrate the borough's heritage

'Scotch', 'jam jar' and a double-barrelled 'April fool'. Hitman tells court of day he blasted love rival

Bernard Pillay, who once served 11 years’ jail for attacking two police officers with a knife, admits conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm but denies a charge of conspiracy to murder.

Drug dealer jailed for supplying drugs that killed teen at Hayes rave

The drug dealer who supplied ecstasy to 16-year-old Daniel Spargo-Mabbs has been jailed for five years

Men sentenced for attack on driver from rival coach firm in Southall

Inderjit Singh, of New Punjab Coaches, and his nephew Harsimran Sran are both given a community order after being convicted of the attack in Southall
Justina Taylor models TK Maxx fashions

Win £50 to spend at Hammersmith's new look TK Maxx

TK Maxx in Hammersmith has undergone a stylish makeover and the store is giving away five £50 vouchers to celebrate. The competition is free to enter, so what are you waiting for?

Ten kittens abandoned in Pinner add to RSPCA re-homing crisis

Cats were dumped on Monday but only contribute to crisis at the animal charity, which doesn't have enough room for all the rescued pets

Read: poet's emotional First World War ode to Harrow - and send in your own

'Harrow's Honour' was written two years into the Great War in Germany by a Captain in the Queen's Regiment and appeared in The Muse in Arms, an anthology of British war poetry published in November 1917

Dunne wants to end career at QPR after quitting international football

Irishman wants to see out his playing days at Loftus Road

Live: Transfer news and rumours

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Keep up to date with all the latest transfer talk from west London clubs

MK Dons eye move for QPR youngster

Sutherland could join League One side on loan to continue his development

Brentford swoop for Finland U21 international

O'Shaughnessy agrees two-year deal with Bees after impressing on trial

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