Storm Imogen: Magical Lantern Festival closed on Chinese New Year as weather wreaks havoc in Chiswick

People with tickets for the lantern festival in Chiswick dated Monday (February 8) will be offered an alternative date and time

Gay UKIP member resigns over choice of 'Gaystapo' candidate for London Assembly elections

Alan Craig, who was invited to address a 'gay cure' conference in 2015, has been chosen to stand in south west London at the London Assembly election

Primary school may have to close due to flooding in Cranford

A number of roads in the area have also been flooded, according to a local councillor

'They seemed really nice' - Neighbours on west London members of 'Beatles' IS group behind 27 beheadings

Aine Davis and QPR fan Alexanda Kotey were part of a group dubbed the Beatles, which included Jihadi John

Big fines for West End restaurant after salad onions found garnished with rat droppings

Carmina and Lancelot and its director were told to pay £8,500, while the hipster cafe has 'effectively ceased trading'

Just one in 20 Heathrow staff living within 5km of the airport cycle to work

The figure was revealed as part of a major drive by Heathrow to get more employees on their bikes

Appeal following a serious road traffic collision in Isleworth

A 51-year-old woman is in a critical condition following a serious road traffic collision in Isleworth

Construction bosses urge government to approve Heathrow expansion

In a letter to Chancellor George Osborne businesses say they are ready to deliver the nation’s largest privately funded infrastructure project

Parents up in arms over parking restrictions surrounding Hillingdon's Glebe School

A total of 200 parents have joined a Facebook page calling for proposals to stop parking outside Glebe School in Hillingdon before 5pm

Trio jailed for brutal stabbing of former child refugees in Kensington home

Jailed: Aymen Hajila, Ahmed Hajila and Rehan Ullah
In what has been described as an 'abhorrent act', one of the victims was stabbed over 30 times, while the other was stabbed 10 times in the face

Dog poo could be DNA TESTED to catch those fouling in Ealing

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Ealing Council says it will await the outcome of Barking & Dagenham Council's three-month trial before deciding whether to DNA test dog litter

Eagles could be used to take down drones, say Met Police

Dutch police are experimenting with the use of eagles to tackle drone-related crimes

Mark-Francis unable to compete in The Jump showdown after joining long injury list

Three celebrities have already pulled out and four more sustained injuries in an eventful second episode

Hillingdon man pens crime novel - inspired by Hayes

Neal Bircher had Hayes town in mind as he wrote his first published novel - Love Sex Work Murder

Pancake Day: MPs prepare to take on Lords and media for Parliamentary pancake race crown

We take a lighthearted look ahead to one of the racing calendar's biggest derbies, as MPs take on Lords and the media in the Magnificent Tin Cup pancake race

Fire Brigade remembers heroic firefighter who died trying to save two girls from Harlesden blaze

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70 years ago, fireman Frederick Davies was posthumously awarded The George Cross, the highest award for civilian gallantry

Westminster Abbey hosting Gucci fashion show is 'Disneyfication' of church

Gucci and the abbey have agreed to use the venue for the collection release in June, but the move has been criticised as "Disneyfication" of the church

Ealing pub takes part in World Record attempt with quiz

The Star & Anchor pub, in Uxbridge Road, Ealing, raised £400 for the Ealing Food Bank by taking part in a World Record attempt for the number of people participating in a series of pub quiz's

Local teen becomes the face of national advertising campaign

Sarah Al Saedi from Hatch End High School has become the face of a national ad campaign, appearing on TV and even cinemas
The 18-year-old from Harrow will be on our TV screens promoting the National Citizen Service

Ealing gardener praises trial RADICAL drug that has stopped cancer growing

Jayne Smith, who moved to Ealing in 1981, took part in Cancer Research UK's RADICAL trial and it has so far helped stop her breast cancer growing

Health adverts in Brent urging people not to use A&E forced to be taken down

The A&E poster told Brent patients that it was 'for life-threatening emergencies only'
The poster was described as misleading, and found to be potentially harmful if patients stuck to the message

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