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Reports of loud 'explosion' as firefighters tackle Uxbridge house blaze

Six fire engines and 35 firefighters tackled a blaze at a semi-detached house in Haig Road, Uxbridge, on Monday afternoon. Neighbours said a mother and her young son were "lucky" to escape the flames

Tributes to Westminster pilot who died in CarFest plane crash

Dad Kevin Whyman was flying at CarFest, an event run by TV and radio presenter Chris Evans, when his plane plunged to the ground

RideLondon collapse death cyclist was Stephen Green from Reading

Stephen Green
The 55-year-old design consultancy founder and part-time football referee had also taken part in the RideLondon FreeCycle with his wife and children on Saturday

Man left trapped after bus and van collision

Collision: High Street, Harrow on the Hill
Police were called to the scene at 5.10pm on Monday (August 3) to reports of a bus and van colliding in Harrow on the Hill

Man rescued after threatening to jump into river

Police, Chiswick RNLI lifeboat crew and a team from London Fire Brigade saved the man from falling into the river

Six months on: Who killed dad Redwan El-Ghaidouni?

"Six months on from Redwan's murder, the investigation to find his killer(s) is as active as it was on day one, and we remain committed to bringing whoever is responsible to justice"

Woman charged with Chelsea murder

Tracy Phillips, 48, has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a 35-year-old in Chelsea on Sunday (August 2)

In pictures: Lacklustre Chelsea punished by Arsenal in the Community Shield

Re-live the best of the action with our gallery from the season's traditional curtain raiser at Wembley

Hayes teacher wins six-figure prize in EuroMillions lottery

The lucky lady from Hayes scooped a six figure prize after entering the online EuroMillions draw

August to be washout as wind and rain forecast to batter country

It doesn't look like August is going to bring balmy summer temperatures and sunshine with it - but wind and rain instead...

Police roll out CCTV in vans carrying detainees

Police commissioner has said at least one van in every borough in London will be equipped with the recording devices

New ban for ex-council social worker who failed to report teenage knife girl

But the door has been left open for Luke Tydeman to return in the near future after he demonstrated improvements and promised to make more

Real Schools Guide: How well did your child's school do?

See how your child's school, or schools near you, did in our Real Schools Guide 2015 by using our interactive search tool

Body found in Stanmore believed to be that of missing man

Police found the body on Sunday (August 2) and believe it is that of missing man Paul Nevin, from Edgware, who was last seen on July 18

Smash-and-grab robbery at Hayes jewellers

An eyewitness saw someone being chased down the road and reported a "big hole" in the window of the family-run jewellers

Rail workers set to strike over August bank holiday weekend

First Great Western rail staff are expected to strike in response to job loss threats, removal of buffet facilities, and the introduction of driver-only operations

View from the press box: Chelsea already ruing Cech departure

Where it all went wrong for Chelsea in their Community Shield loss for Arsenal

When is Notting Hill Carnival?

Dust off your best carnival outfit and start practising your twerking moves... The Notting Hill Carnival is returning for another year!

Missing Southall woman found 'safe and well'

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Lucy White, 32, went missing from Southall on July 4 but on Monday (August 3) charity Missing People confirmed she had been found

Neighbours fed up of stench due to rubbish collection problems

"I was disgusted to find used condoms and empty whiskey bottles scattered on Lorraine Road," said one resident

RideLondon day two: HandCycle, Ride 100 and Classic in pictures

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Find out what happened on day two of the cycling festival as the elite men took to the roads of London and around 26,000 amateurs pedalled 100 miles

RideLondon FreeCycle, family festival and Grand Prix: In pictures

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Check out our photos of the first day of Ride London as thousands took part in the FreeCycle and the pro women took on the Grand Prix
Collision: High Street, Harrow on the Hill

Man left trapped after bus and van collision

Police were called to the scene at 5.10pm on Monday (August 3) to reports of a bus and van colliding in Harrow on the Hill

Volunteers want more recruits for drive to keep Grand Union Canal looking beautiful

"There's a growing awareness of how natural beauty in our environment improves our health and wellbeing but that beauty needs our care and protection to flourish"

Five talented music artists from Hounslow make Mayor's Gigs competition shortlist

Vote for your favourite act in the Gigs street music competition by August 8

Ealing Green to be transformed by street velodrome

As part of this event, you will be able to see Europe’s largest skateboard ramp and the pro BMX and skateboarders in their ultimate playground

ROS StageWorks Summer School wins award

ROS StageWorks Summer School has been awarded the National Operatic and Dramatic Association London YOUNGSTARS trophy for its production of Beauty and The Beast Jr.

Win dinner at Joe Allen and tickets to Bend It Like Beckham

Enter our competition and you could be in with a chance of winning dinner for two at Joe Allen and a pair of tickets to see Bend It Like Beckham The Musical

Smash-and-grab robbery at Hayes jewellers

An eyewitness saw someone being chased down the road and reported a "big hole" in the window of the family-run jewellers

Woman charged with Chelsea murder

Tracy Phillips, 48, has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a 35-year-old in Chelsea on Sunday (August 2)

Six months on: Who murdered Uxbridge dad Redwan El-Ghaidouni?

"Six months on from Redwan's murder, the investigation to find his killer(s) is as active as it was on day one, and we remain committed to bringing whoever is responsible to justice"

Hayes cloud computing firm to sleep rough for charity

Staff from the Hayes IT company Rackspace have signed up to sleep out at this year's Byte Night.

New MileHi App to revolutionise passenger travel

Make new friends, arrange taxi shares from the arrival airport, or exchange tips on where to go

Marks & Spencer announces closing date of Hounslow store

Staff will be offered positions at one of the retail giant's other west London stores

Exiled Brentford midfielder set to join Ipswich

Douglas' time at Griffin Park coming to an end as Tractor Boys offer exit

Barnet complete signing of Nelson ahead of League Two campaign

Martin Allen's men have bolstered their squad ahead of the upcoming season in the football league

AFC Wimbledon complete move for Paul Robinson

Dons boss signs up veteran to boost the squad ahead of the new season

Brentford full back Odubajo nears Hull switch

Former Leyton Orient man close to moving to Humberside after holding talks with the club

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