Seller of 'miracle cure' for cancer and HIV is exposed

A man has been selling "natural health items" which are actually harmful solutions made of chemicals used in household bleach

Hercules Festival of Sport in Bedfont Lakes cancelled over 'safety' fears

A notification cited the grounds access and exit to the park unsafe for cyclists, and exit to the lake unsafe for swimmers

Feltham officers top for using force to control violent young prisoners

On average prison staff used force to control prisoners or to defend themselves against being attacked, more than four times a day

Car thieves who triggered police number plate cameras jailed

After cameras clocked the stolen Audi Q7 in Wembley, police followed the car to Southgate where the driver lost control

Airport runway expansion: Will it be Heathrow or Gatwick?

Artist's impressions of new Heathrow Airport runway (left) and Gatwick
The Airports Commission is set to reveal its preferred option for increased runway capacity this week

Young woman with osteoporosis elbowed in bus attack

Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak with in connection with the alleged assault

Illegal prescription medicines worth £30,000 seized in Ealing

Getwestlondon reporter Camilla Horrox joined a Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency raid as the officers swooped on an unsuspecting pharmacy

Men armed with knife rob house occupant in 'terrifying ordeal'

The victim suffered a fractured nose after being punched repeatedly before the robbers took computers, phones and watches

Estimated 70,000 bikes stolen last year in London

Across London, Westminster had the second highest number of bikes reported stolen last year, with 1,336 thefts

Two people escape basement house fire in Fulham

The fire damaged half of a basement in Stevenage Road in Fulham on Monday morning

Five-year-olds in Hounslow 'being left behind'

"Shocking" figures show children on path to "a lifetime of inequality and denied opportunity"

300,000 children live in London low income households

Department for Work and Pensions figures show that 19% of children living in the region were in households classified as being in the low-income category

Pride in London sees the capital flooded with colour

London is flooded with colour and excitement as Pride, the world's biggest LGBT+ celebration hits the capital

Wimbledon 2015: Novak Djokovic begins title defence with routine victory over Philipp Kohlschreiber

Straight sets win on opening day guides super Serb through to round two

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Free River of Music concerts come to Isleworth

Free concert group River of Music will be welcoming concerts of classical quartets and singers to Isleworth this summer

Nostalgic pictures of Heathrow Terminal 1

Take a trip down memory lane with our archive pictures of Terminal 1 - before it closes on Monday - which feature the opening, a Derren Brown stunt and its role as a London 2012 gateway

28 THINGS we all do as soon as the SUN comes out...

Nearly 30 guaranteed things that will happen when us Brits are basking in sunshine

Arsenal ready to confirm deal for Chelsea keeper Petr Cech

Gunners have agreed a fee with the Blues and the shot-stopper has passed medical

Game of Thrones naked body double stars in new horror film

Rebecca Van Cleave stood in for pregnant Lena Headey in the finale of the hit fantasy show's fifth series

Alice in Wonderland comes to Opera Holland Park

Watch a stunning performance of this beloved children's classic with the beautiful backdrop of Holland Park

Watch Buddy Holly reborn as tribute show comes to Hayes

Amazing Buddy Holly tribute act Marc Robinson comes to Hayes Beck Theatre for a one-off show

Harrow car thieves who triggered police number plate cameras jailed

After cameras clocked the stolen Audi Q7 in Wembley, police followed the car to Southgate where the driver lost control

Hercules Festival of Sport in Bedfont Lakes cancelled over 'safety' fears

A notification cited the grounds access and exit to the park unsafe for cyclists, and exit to the lake unsafe for swimmers

Seller of 'miracle cure' for cancer and HIV is exposed

A man has been selling "natural health items" which are actually harmful solutions made of chemicals used in household bleach

The Little French Restaurant: Spoil yourself for little cash

Reporter Danya Bazaraa enjoys a little taste of France in the capital which is big on value

Free River of Music concerts come to Isleworth

Free concert group River of Music will be welcoming concerts of classical quartets and singers to Isleworth this summer

Pride in London sees the capital flooded with colour

London is flooded with colour and excitement as Pride, the world's biggest LGBT+ celebration hits the capital

CCTV appeal after young woman with osteoporosis elbowed in bus attack

Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak with in connection with the alleged assault

Around 70,000 bikes stolen in London in 2014

Across London, Westminster had the second highest number of bikes reported stolen last year, with 1,336 thefts

Illegal prescription medicines worth £30,000 seized in Ealing

Getwestlondon reporter Camilla Horrox joined a Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency raid as the officers swooped on an unsuspecting pharmacy

Hillingdon Business Expo: All you need to know about the event

Hillingdon Business Expo takes place at Brunel University on Thursday July 9

Hammersmith shopping centre sold in £153m deal

Kings Mall, in Hammersmith, has been sold to new owners following its recent refurbishment and after attracting top high street names such as H&M

Deadline extended to nominate favourite Hounslow business

Last chance to nominate your favourite business to be recognised at the 2015 Hounslow Business Awards
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Brentford set to confirm €3million defender deal

Bees agree fee with FC Twente for Danish international Andreas Bjelland

Hayes & Yeading United run the rule over trialists as players return for pre-season training

A mixture of existing squad members and hopefuls turn out for first session back

Fulham stall over move for Swansea defender Jazz Richards

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