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Life for sex predator who raped OAP in her own Shepherd’s Bush home

Robert Lashley, who had already served a prison sentence for raping a 59-year-old, will serve a minimum seven-and-a-half-years

Hillingdon Hospital failings led to father's suicide

The hospital trust has accepted responsibility for the death of Uxbridge father-of-four Rory Magill, whose widow wants lessons to be learned from the 2013 tragedy

Public inquiry over Brentford FC stadium set for September

Eight days have been set aside to consider appeal over compulsory purchase order for Brentford FC stadium land

Landlady fined £160,000 following fatal flat fire in Hounslow

Surinder Rana was found guilty of four fire safety breaches, following the blaze in which a man died

Rivers Academy in Feltham thrilled with first 'outstanding' Ofsted report

Students and teachers thrilled as former Longford Community School turned Aspirations Academy earns first outstanding report in 80-year history

Campaigners reopen Preston Library after long closure

Preston Community Library re-opened last week, after a three and a half year battle
Locals and volunteers celebrated with a pavement performance of a variety of Shakespeare plays on World Book Night

See Hounslow's transformation over 50 years

A public information film made when Hounslow became a London borough in 1965 shows how much it has changed

Election 2015: What happens if no-one wins?

Check out our guide to what happens if no-one wins the General Election and we end with a 'hung parliament'

Mum escapes major gas leak after housing association gaffe

Shepherd's Bush Housing Association is fined following the gas leak in a residential part of Fulham

Homeowners spend hundreds heating homes - for pets!

How much do Harrow homeowners spend to keep their pets nice and warm?
Hot dogs or cool cats? Study finds just how much Harrow pet owners spend on their bills to keep their pets happy

Prestigious award for Fulham Royal Navy officer

The Second Sea Lord Vice Admiral Woodcock with Warrant Officer Robert Maile during the presentation aboard HMS Victory
Warfare Specialist Robert Maile is one of only 52 people to receive the Meritorious Service Medal

Cultivate London recruit for horticulture youth trainee programme

Aged between 16 and 24? Fancy trying an apprenticeship in landscape gardening and horticulture? This could be for you...

Election 2015: Who should I vote for?

Not sure who to vote for in the General Election? Perhaps we can help

Rivers Academy in Feltham thrilled with first 'outstanding' Ofsted report

Students and teachers thrilled as former Longford Community School turned Aspirations Academy earns first outstanding report in 80-year history

Finally, some general election news to really sink your teeth into...

Food on offer at All Star Lanes in Bayswater include something for Labour, Tory and Lib Dem supporters

Indie horror flick Darkest Day to screen in Notting Hill

Fancy a fright this weekend? Head to Notting Hill, where indie zombie film Darkest Day will be screening... Don't forget popcorn!

What Kevin Heard: They Might Be Giants delight

Music reviewer Kevin Bryan reviews another selection of records from years gone by, including Songs From The Road by Spin Doctors and Glean by They Might Be Giants

Life for sex predator who raped OAP in her Shepherd’s Bush home

Robert Lashley, who had already served a prison sentence for raping a 59-year-old, will serve a minimum seven-and-a-half-years

Gunpoint kidnapper jailed for Shepherd's Bush abduction attempt

Benson Igbokwe has been jailed for trying to abduct a terrified woman from outside her Shepherd's Bush home as he wanted keys to the boutique she worked at

Man wanted for exposing himself to girl he trapped in Burger King

Police want to speak to this person after a 16-year-old girl was trapped in a Burger King bathroom by a man who exposed himself to her
The suspect also made lewd gestures to the frightened 16-year-old before fleeing
The Centre for Dentistry will open in the new Sainsbury's in Fulham

Buy groceries and see dentist at new Sainsbury's in Fulham

The new branch opens on May 13 on the site of a smaller Sainsbury's in Townmead Road

Heathrow Airport T2 scoops project of the year award

The Queen's Terminal along with Brent Civic Centre and King's State Apartments at Kensington Palace pick up trophies at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) awards night

London company help locals build vital IT skills

This start-up business could help you gain all the vital IT skills you need!

Brentford star puts friendship with Middlesbrough pal on hold

Full back keen to inflict misery onto Adam Forshaw and relishes underdog tag

Why Brentford's form is irrelevant ahead of the play-offs

Bees go into the shootout on the back of a rocky patch but it won't matter

QPR want west Londoners to vote for club in General Election

Candidates urged to keep Hoops in the area around Loftus Road

Fulham ready to offer goalkeeper a Newcastle escape route

Rob Elliot of Newcastle United in action against Burnley at Turf Moor
Whites preparing for possible departure of Chelsea transfer target Marcus Bettinelli   

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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