Teenage boy raped and sexually assaulted young girls

The boy, who was 13 at the time of the offence, was also found guilty of raping a girl aged under 13

Driver cut free from Ruislip two-car collision

London Ambulance Service took the driver of one of the vehicles to hospital after firefighters cut them free

Manslaughter summonses three years after falling window killed pedestrian

Four individuals and three companies have been told to attend court following a police and HSE investigation into the death of Amanda Telfer

West Drayton man found after two-week disappearance

Family members were concerned for William Byrne and have thanked everyone who helped in the efforts to trace him

Kensington & Chelsea pupils top national Key Stage 2 results

ATL claims
90% of 11-year-old pass in reading, writing and maths

Man arrested for 'urinating against Cenotaph and ripping down wreaths'

Mareqa Fuser, 24, will reappear in court later this month charged with a public order offence

Person hit and killed by train at Whitton station

Commuters have been advised to expect cancellations and delays on services on all Windsor and Reading lines following the incident

MP 'very, very concerned' about new school building plans

Ruth Cadbury says roads around Nishkam School West London's proposed new home are already "gridlocked" in the morning

Two arrested after officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

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It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Could David Cameron save Kensington Odeon cinema?

The Prime Minister is said to be keeping an eye on the developments as campaigners continue their battle to save the cinema

Cause of fatal Shepherd's Bush fire is 'non-suspicious'

The fire in a flat in Sawley Road left one man dead at the scene

Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship

"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"

Walkie Talkie wins Carbuncle Cup ahead of North Acton halls

The West Acton Residents' Association member, Jonathan Notely, likes to think Woodward Hall "might have come second"

'Polar plume' to send temperatures plunging to 0C

'Polar plume' to send mercury crashing before the effects of El Nino can be felt with a warmer autumn than usual

Chelsea transfer window: How the summer sales unfolded

We assess the business done by Jose Mourinho as superstar names failed to sign

SWT to introduce customer ambassadors at stations

Rail operator invests £50m in new technology and customer service roles to make passengers journeys easier

Brentford transfer window review: Phil Giles reflects on Bees' deals

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Co-director of football happy with his first summer transfer window's work as the club adapts to the new systems

What's going on at this weekend's London Mela?

London Mela festival at Gunnersbury Park is just around the corner; here's all you can get up to at the event!

Notting Hill Carnival's big clean-up

Around 290 tonnes of rubbish was cleared from Notting Hill Carnival - enough to power a staggering 43.5 houses for a whole year!

Giles believes Brentford will get stronger as the season progresses

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Bees will need time for new faces to gel and co-director of football pleads for patience

School admissions: All you need to know about the process

All the dates you need to know in your borough if taking part in the school application process this year

Wimbledon 2016 ticket ballot open!

Excitement for Wimbledon 2016 is already mounting, and the ballot for ticket applications opens on Tuesday (September 1). Here's how to enter...

Isleworth fun day to help buy life-changing equipment for disabled girl

Sophie Pritchett, who grew up in Isleworth, has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and needs a specially adapted chair costing about £3,000

Walkie Talkie wins Carbuncle Cup ahead of North Acton student halls

The West Acton Residents' Association member, Jonathan Notely, likes to think Woodward Hall "might have come second"

Man arrested for 'urinating against Cenotaph and ripping down wreaths'

Mareqa Fuser, 24, will reappear in court later this month charged with a public order offence

Hughie Dixon's live music round-up: Weekend boogie and beverage

Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's latest round-up of live music in and around Hillingdon borough

London Mela: Arts, dance and more

London Mela festival at Gunnersbury Park is just around the corner; here's all you can get up to at the event!

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

Man arrested for 'urinating against Cenotaph and ripping down wreaths'

Mareqa Fuser, 24, will reappear in court later this month charged with a public order offence

Teenage boy raped and sexually assaulted young girls

The boy, who was 13 at the time of the offence, was also found guilty of raping a girl aged under 13

Two arrested after police officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

updated
It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

Poundland buys 99p Stores in £55m deal

The takeover was under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority over concerns it would have an impact on competition

New gym opening in Hounslow at old Gala Bingo hall

Xercise4Less will become the latest in a number of gyms in Hounslow town centre when it opens on August 28

Boro boss battled bowel disease - and won!

Baker was in pain for much of pre-season but feeling better now

Fulham boss to turn to youngsters when the time is right

Symons will always select the best available Fulham side and is keen to give the young Whites a chance

Marinus Dijkhuizen reflects on his first three months at Brentford

Bees have undergone a turbulent pre-season and August but Dutchman sees positive signs

Chelsea transfer window: How the summer sales unfolded for the Premier League champions

We assess the business done by Jose Mourinho as superstar names failed to sign

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