Goldmith claims Khan would pay for transport cost freeze with council tax hike

The Labour Party Mayoral Candidate said tube fairs freeze will cost £450 million, but TfL said it would be £1.9 billion

Noisy Harlesden bar owner who kept neighbours up at night taken to court

Fined: The owner of Bladi bar in Harlesden was taken to court over noise complaints
The owner of Bladi, has had to pay a fine of £1,210 for loud noise in the early hours

Ex-homeless Ealing man delivering two tonnes of supermarket food a week to charity

Mark Harvey, who was homeless for nine months, is now running a charity in Acton delivering two tonnes of surplus food to charity each week

Man jailed following Shepherd's Bush hit-and-run that left teenage boy in life-changing coma

A man who left a boy in a coma following a hit-and-run in Shepherd's Bush has been jailed for a total of three years and nine months

Desperate appeal for teen missing from Ealing for more than four months

Samanta Cerniauskaite, from Acton, Ealing, first went missing on October 12 in 2015 and has not been seen since

Boat dwellers facing eviction claim council cut electricity with no warning

Occupants of houseboats beside Watermans Park in Brentford have accused the council, which wants the boats gone, of 'harassment'

London Mayor clamps down on unhealthy takeaways in the capital

Boris Johnson said: "We still need to do more to tackle our expanding waistlines"
Up to 40 fast food takeaways have been found to be within half a mile of schools in some boroughs

Woman remains in 'critical' condition and man bailed following Ealing collision

Met police confirm a man arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs has been bailed  following a collision in Northolt

New project to improve living of people in sheltered accommodation in Hounslow

Sheltered Accommodation Residents Association (SARA) is urging secondary schools in Hounslow to take part in community cohesion project

Heathrow gets off to a record start for passenger numbers in January

Passenger and cargo growth reported in the first month of 2016 at airport

Junior doctors in west London 'demoralised' by Jeremy Hunt's shock NHS contracts announcement

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt
One junior doctors in west London threatened to quit after the Health Secretary announced he will impose a new seven-day contract

Paralysed local handcycles 2,000 miles to raise funds for charity

Joe Gilbert handcycled 1,000 miles in just three months, cutting his time target in half
When Joe Gilbert completed his initial aim of 1,000 miles, he decided to double it, raising almost £1,500 for charity

Catch the pigeon! Milo the hawk proves a hit at Hounslow school

The feathered pest controller has proved a hit with staff and students at Cranford Community College

Mystery surrounds 'Buy More Pointless Stuff' advertising board in Ealing

Four advertising boards in Acton, Ealing, have been edited to feature the message "Buy More Pointless Stuff"

Single? Here are the best places to live if you're looking for a partner

We look at which places in west London have an imbalance of male to female populations

Transport for London cracks down on taxis refusing service for people with guide dogs

Make sure you know your rights when travelling around London
The new campaign lets assistance dog users know of their rights when travelling in the capital

Ealing Autumn Festival to hold "unique" musical performance in March

Four Ealing musicians will be giving a unique performance celebrating the work of French composer Oliver Messiaen this March as part of Ealing Autumn Festival

Dedicated cycle lane could form part of Westway A40 flyover as part of TfL Cycle Superhighway

The cycle superhighway, which members of the public are being asked to comment on, would run from Paddington to Acton

Parents urged to sign petition rejecting amalgamation of Feltham schools

Concerns include loss of funding, a high staff turnover and one headteacher across two sites being detrimental to children's education

Hillingdon Hospital midwife speaks out on female genital mutilation

Aissa Edon helps victims of FGM in the community through the Hope Clinic, and worldwide, all while being a full-time midwife

New competition to encourage estate residents to recycle more

Those taking part in the H&F-wide challenge can win cash prizes

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