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Thousands of children treated for substance misuse in London last year

Almost 300 of those under 18s treated for substance misuse in the capital were young children under the age of 14, according to shocking new figures

Man escapes immediate jail term for selling counterfeit headphones

One of the fake headphones found at the property in Cricklewood
Anton Dyleuski made £170,000 from selling dodgy Sennheiser headphones on Amazon

Hounslow cycling group call for safe routes to school in Feltham

Cyclists have called for continuous protected cycle lanes from Oak Hill Academy to Feltham railway station

Council tax frozen as Hillingdon Council approves budget

The council's budget also includes funding for a raft of projects, including a new borough museum, a new theatre and three new youth centres

Record 20,000 street trees planted across London as part of Boris Johnson scheme

A total of 20,000 trees were planted around the capital to brighten up roads, keep the air clean and enhance the environment

Walk-in clinic in Harrow extends opening hours for trial period

The service provided at the Alexandra Health and Social Care Centre is open seven days a week from 8am to 8pm until the end of March

Wembley man who left ‘woman for dead’ in 'ferocious' attack is jailed

Diprash Shakya
Diprash Shakya, 23, was part of a gang which carried out the "vicious" attack in Camden

16-year-old girl of Middle-Eastern appearance vanishes from Hanwell

Khedidja Benmoulai was last seen at 8am on Monday, March 2 when she left home in Greenford Avenue, Hanwell

Cockroach infestations close bakery and restaurant

Cockroaches caught in a trap in High Crown Bakery
One of the businesses has been allowed to reopen, but a restaurant in Wembley remains closed after cockroaches were discovered

Election 2015: Have your say and help shape west London manifesto

The General Elections are nearly upon us so getwestlondon is launching a survey to find out what YOU really want to see happen in the capital

Millions tune in to watch Uxbridge mum in Comic Relief's Strictly

Anna Kennedy was chosen to appear on The People's Strictly because of her work setting up schools and supporting people with autism

Opening of new Ealing free school postponed by a YEAR

Decision to postpone opening by a year described as "deeply disappointing" as negotiations are ongoing regarding a preferred site in south Ealing

Walk-in clinic in Harrow extends opening hours for trial period

The service provided at the Alexandra Health and Social Care Centre is open seven days a week from 8am to 8pm until the end of March

Hounslow cycling group call for safe routes to school in Feltham

Cyclists have called for continuous protected cycle lanes from Oak Hill Academy to Feltham railway station

Record 20,000 street trees planted across London as part of Boris Johnson scheme

A total of 20,000 trees were planted around the capital to brighten up roads, keep the air clean and enhance the environment

Food Review: 'Domenica Italiana' family feast at Casa Roberta

Danya Bazaraa eats at Casa Roberta, St Mary’s Road, Ealing, W5 5ES. Call 0750 1468 131

National win for kids cookery school founder from Acton

A trained Cordon Bleu chef has been named the national winner of the Halifax Giving Extra Awards

Comic Relief Red Nose Day 2015 - when is it?

Red Nose Day is fast approaching but there's still time to 'make your face funny for money'

Mother in court over deaths of partner and four-year-old daughter in Notting Hill

Shelley Christopher, 36, is accused of killing Emanuel Amphahasa and her daughter, Sophia Christopher, in Notting Hill

Wembley man who left ‘woman for dead’ in 'ferocious' attack is jailed

Diprash Shakya
Diprash Shakya, 23, was part of a gang which carried out the "vicious" attack in Camden

Two of three men arrested by anti-terrorism police bailed

Police generic shot
All three are suspected of being part of a scam duping vulnerable victims out of money to fund extremism in Syria. Two were caught in west London.           

Shepherd's Bush entrepreneurs crashing the sugar industry with healthy iced green tea

Dr Hua He and Sohpia Nadur have developed healthy sugar-free Tg Green Tea

Two new major office spaces coming to Uxbridge

Work on the new buildings has begun, and is expected to be completed in early 2016

Kensington art dealer wins her height in sausages

Emily Tsingou won a link of 26 sausages after winning a competition at Lidgates Butchers in Holland Park

QPR sweating over who plays right-back against Spurs

Rs head coach awaits reports on Onuoha and Isla

Whitton Wanderers claim deserved draw at Sutton United

Young footballers enjoy strong weekend

Ipswich Town v Brentford: Pick the Bees XI to face the Tractor Boys

What Brentford team would you name to face Ipswich?

Fulham v AFC Bournemouth: Pick your Whites starting XI

Here's your chance to step into Kit Symons' shoes ahead of the big match

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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