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300 soldiers drafted in to drive ambulances during NHS workers strike on Monday

From 7am to 11am on Monday November 24, workers at Ealing, Central Middlesex and Charing Cross hospitals will join hospitals across London by striking for a second day as part of nationwide action over pay.

Drug dealer jailed after police in Isleworth find cocaine and heroin between his buttocks

Ben Mash has been jailed for 40 months after being found with 58 wraps of class A drugs

West Drayton man accused of stealing £1,000 of condoms and baby milk

Ensley Graham, 36, is scheduled to stand trial at West London Magistrates' Court today.

Motorist who left man seriously injured in Kenton road crash is jailed

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Kevin Noel, of Drayton Green, west London, imprisoned for 17 years and banned from driving for four years after hitting Minaben Shah in Kenton Road, Kenton, on September 30 last year

Gun, cash and drugs seized following South Harrow police raid

A firearm, drugs and cash were discovered by a raid at a property in Stiven Crescent, South Harrow
Stash of narcotics, money and a firearm found in Stiven Crescent yesterday when a warrant was executed by Harrow Police

Graffiti vandals from Shepherd's Bush and Greenford jailed for 15 months for criminal damage

Graffiti vandals Sebastian Lucas and Come Rischmann
A pair of west London graffiti vandals have been jailed after being convicted of causing close to £200,000 worth of damage to railway property.

Engineer creates winning chess set from scraps in Heathrow hotel recycling challenge

Other creations included a picture hanger, a portable barbecue and a hanging mobile as Hilton T4 staff marked National Recycling Week

Graffiti vandals from Shepherd's Bush and Greenford jailed for 15 months for criminal damage

Graffiti vandals Sebastian Lucas and Come Rischmann
A pair of west London graffiti vandals have been jailed after being convicted of causing close to £200,000 worth of damage to railway property.

Chinese immigrant fighting deportation sentenced for running Rayners Lane brothel

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Kok Hoon Low moved to the UK in 2007 and began as a tenant at the property before realising its true function.

Explore magical setting at island artists' colony in Brentford this weekend

You can meet the artists on Johnsons Island and enjoy live music, plus roast chestnuts and other festive treats, during an open weekend

Friday's weather: Cloudy, misty and dry with some rain later

Top temperatures today will be 10C and you can expect some rain later on following a dry start.

Wider range of treatments at St Luke's Hospice's new £600,000 Woodgrange Centre

Patients can receive more flexible complimentary therapy and consultations thanks to Kenton-based charity's extension

Helping ex-offenders go straight: a rare insight into the life of a probation officer in Hounslow

A probation officer describes the difficult first steps in helping convicts turn their lives around

Gun, cash and drugs seized following South Harrow police raid

A firearm, drugs and cash were discovered by a raid at a property in Stiven Crescent, South Harrow
Stash of narcotics, money and a firearm found in Stiven Crescent yesterday when a warrant was executed by Harrow Police

Motorist who left man seriously injured in Kenton road crash is jailed

car crash police
Kevin Noel, of Drayton Green, west London, imprisoned for 17 years and banned from driving for four years after hitting Minaben Shah in Kenton Road, Kenton, on September 30 last year

Ealing Mums in Business honoured at House of Commons

The founders of the company will be acknowledged at a parliamentary reception next month

Mobster-themed Brentford café Goodfillas celebrates first anniversary

'Ball breaking jerk chicken' and 'wise guy wiener' are among the homemade sandwiches on sale at café in Ealing Road

Kensington and Chelsea only borough with property price drop

The borough has had a 3.7 per cent dip since last year but still leads the way with an average price of over £2 million
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