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It would take 15 years and £807m to repair London's 'crumbling' roads

A recent survey found 17% of London's roads were in a poor structural condition and it would take 15 years to clear the backlog of road maintenance across the capital

Cleared: Two men accused of Uxbridge dad manslaughter acquitted

Harkitan Singh Tiwana and Bikram Multani were acquitted following a two-week trial at the Old Bailey

Woman injured after brick thrown through bus door

Enquiries are ongoing and police have urged anyone with information to get in touch

Campaign calls for lighting on Chiswick footbridge

Families feel vulnerable crossing the footbridge, between Deans Close and Herbert Gardens, following several attacks nearby

Nearly half of all basement works fail on-the-spot safety checks

A dangerous basement discovered by HSE inspectors in Hammersmith and Fulham during its recent safety checks
Inspection by Health and Safety Executive shows shocking rise in figures on last year

Acton murder: Shocked neighbours say road is 'pleasant and quiet'

Neighbours said they were shocked following the death of a 50-year-old man, who has not yet been named by police

Pictured: Chelsea fans accused of Paris Metro racism incident

(L-R) Joshua Parsons, Richard Barklie, Jordan Munday, Dean Callis, William Simpson at Waltham Forest Magistrates Court
Five football fans who appeared in court over the notorious Paris Metro racism incident will fight football banning orders

Downton Abbey to end after series six, ITV confirms

Much-loved TV drama Downton Abbey, partly filmed at Ealing Studios, is due to come to an end

Sainsbury's eyeing former Post Office in Ruislip

The supermarket giant wants to open one of its Local convenience stores inside the building which, until recently, housed a Nisa shop

Council's anger at Westminster plans to move homeless families to Essex

Westminster Council leader Philippa Roe
Westminster leader Philippa Roe has been told the move “simply props up your failing housing system” by Thurrock's Labour leader John Kent

When do the clocks go forward in 2015?

Wave goodbye to the dark, frosty mornings and short wintry nights and say hello to the summer!

Royal Albert Hall: Kensington venue's historic secrets revealed

From the super-strength toilets for sumo wrestlers to a ghost that's haunted Michael Bolton, there's much to see
Alexandra Dixon with Edward Heaton

Brain tumour patient calls for more investment in 'most deadly' cancer

Alexandra Dixon, from Chelsea, is receiving treatment following a second brain tumour diagnosis

MP Angie Bray welcomes rise in apprenticeships in Ealing and Acton

The MP held her annual apprenticeships fair at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

Woman injured in Northolt incident after brick thrown through bus door

Enquiries are ongoing and police have urged anyone with information to get in touch
The Pinner walk of Witness last year

Walk of Witness for Pinner churches on Good Friday

The Pinner Association of Churches welcomes you to take part in its Good Friday walk through the town

When do the clocks go forward in 2015?

Wave goodbye to the dark, frosty mornings and short wintry nights and say hello to the summer!

Downton Abbey to end after series six, ITV confirms

Much-loved TV drama Downton Abbey, partly filmed at Ealing Studios, is due to come to an end

Woman injured in Northolt incident after brick thrown through bus door

Enquiries are ongoing and police have urged anyone with information to get in touch

Isleworth man who was 'looking after drugs for friend' jailed

Benjamin Scudder was jailed for nearly three years after police found a bag containing cocaine and heroin outside his kitchen window

Acton murder: Road is 'pleasant and quiet' street, neighbours say

Neighbours said they were shocked following the death of a 50-year-old man, who has not yet been named by police

Building noise 'driving away customers' from Japanese restaurant

Builders say they are taking steps to "minimise disruption" after the owner of Suzu in Hammersmith complained of vibrations causing plates and bottles to crash to the floor

London's unemployed given a start on the career ladder

Anthony Radwell is presented with his certificate after completing the 'Give Someone a Start' scheme
Thanks to a new programme run by Thames Water, London's unemployed are now more attractive to employers

Family owned Banham locks in the future

Alix Culbertson talks to Charles Hallatt, executive chairman of security company Banham, which has had a major presence in Kensington for three quarters of a century           

England v Lithuania: Pick your Three Lions starting XI

How many Chelsea and QPR stars would make your team at Wembley on Friday?

Dominant FC Bridge lift Middlesex County Junior Cup

Manager Bazza Walsh delighted as his side remain on course for stunning quadruple

Fitness test for AFC Wimbledon winger ahead of Tranmere trip

Dons are sweating on George Francomb ahead of Saturday's game with Rovers

Chelsea legend John Terry deserved new contract - and it won't be his last at Stamford Bridge

Skipper has rediscovered his best form at the age of 34 and put the dark days of Rafael Benitez's Blues reign firmly behind him under the Special One

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter