Teenage boy raped and sexually assaulted young girls

The boy, who was 13 at the time of the offence, was also found guilty of raping a girl aged under 13

Manslaughter summonses three years after falling window killed pedestrian

Four individuals and three companies have been told to attend court following a police and HSE investigation into the death of Amanda Telfer

West Drayton man found after two-week disappearance

Family members were concerned for William Byrne and have thanked everyone who helped in the efforts to trace him

Kensington & Chelsea pupils top national Key Stage 2 results

ATL claims
90% of 11-year-old pass in reading, writing and maths

Two arrested after officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

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It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Person hit and killed by train at Whitton station

Commuters have been advised to expect cancellations and delays on services on all Windsor and Reading lines following the incident

MP 'very, very concerned' about new school building plans

Ruth Cadbury says roads around Nishkam School West London's proposed new home are already "gridlocked" in the morning

Could David Cameron save Kensington Odeon cinema?

The Prime Minister is said to be keeping an eye on the developments as campaigners continue their battle to save the cinema

Cause of fatal Shepherd's Bush fire is 'non-suspicious'

The fire in a flat in Sawley Road left one man dead at the scene

Chelsea turn to cut-price deadline day deals after John Stones defeat

Champions go for Papy Djilobodji and Michael Hector after missing out on top target

Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship

"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"

Huge 'industrial development' on 30-acre greenfield site gets approval

The vacant site in Hayes will be turned into a 465,000 sq ft light industrial and distribution development - creating more than 650 jobs

SWT to introduce customer ambassadors at stations

Rail operator invests £50m in new technology and customer service roles to make passengers journeys easier

Brentford transfer window review: Phil Giles reflects on Bees' deals

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Co-director of football happy with his first summer transfer window's work as the club adapts to the new systems

Notting Hill Carnival's big clean-up

Around 290 tonnes of rubbish was cleared from Notting Hill Carnival - enough to power a staggering 43.5 houses for a whole year!

Giles believes Brentford will get stronger as the season progresses

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Bees will need time for new faces to gel and co-director of football pleads for patience

School admissions: All you need to know about the process

All the dates you need to know in your borough if taking part in the school application process this year

Student halls shortlisted in search for ugliest new building

Jonathan Notley, who nominated Woodward Hall for Building Design magazine's Carbuncle Cup, says it should be the architects' "tombstone"

Charlie Austin to stay at QPR but Hoops risk losing striker next summer

Talismanic forward tweets his commitment to the cause and honours his R's contract

Wimbledon 2016 ticket ballot open!

Excitement for Wimbledon 2016 is already mounting, and the ballot for ticket applications opens on Tuesday (September 1). Here's how to enter...

What's going on near you this week: Things to do

Find out what's going in your area this week for fun ideas of things to get up to!

Why Chelsea would be bucking their trend with any deadline day deals

Blues seldom do business on final day of the transfer window than most of their rivals

Tube strikes postponed by unions after Night Tube delay

Union bosses have postponed strikes planned for September 8 and 10 after London Underground delayed its controversial Night Tube plans

South West Trains to introduce customer ambassadors at stations across network

Rail operator invests £50m in new technology and customer service roles to make passengers journeys easier

West Drayton man found after two-week disappearance

Family members were concerned for William Byrne and have thanked everyone who helped in the efforts to trace him

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

How long until the next Bank Holiday? Get your calendars ready!

You'll have heard many people referring to August Bank Holiday as the final one of the year - but that's not strictly true...

Wimbledon 2016: Ticket ballot open!

Excitement for Wimbledon 2016 is already mounting, and the ballot for ticket applications opens on Tuesday (September 1). Here's how to enter...

Teenage boy raped and sexually assaulted young girls

The boy, who was 13 at the time of the offence, was also found guilty of raping a girl aged under 13

Two arrested after police officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

updated
It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Man arrested for punching police officer at Notting Hill Carnival

The officer was injured during an operation tackling alleged laughing gas street trading

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

Poundland buys 99p Stores in £55m deal

The takeover was under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority over concerns it would have an impact on competition

New gym opening in Hounslow at old Gala Bingo hall

Xercise4Less will become the latest in a number of gyms in Hounslow town centre when it opens on August 28

Yeovil dump Barnet out of JPT despite not having a shot on target: 90 minutes in 90 seconds

Bira Dembele's calamitous own goal proved pivotal in poor game at Huish Park

Gutted AFC Wimbledon chief Neal Ardley picks the bones out of JPT exit to Plymouth Argyle

Here's what the gaffer had to tell Dons Player after seeing Wembley dream crushed

Giles believes Brentford will get stronger as the season progresses

exclusive
Bees will need time for new faces to gel and co-director of football pleads for patience

Brentford transfer window review: Phil Giles reflects on the Bees' summer deals

exclusive
Co-director of football happy with his first summer transfer window's work as the club adapts to the new systems

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