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BREAKING: Reports of man injured after "fall from a height" in Uxbridge

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Ambulance crews and London's Air Ambulance called to an incident near Oxford Road, Uxbridge, at 12.43pm

Woman rescued from overturned car

47-year-old suffers back and abdominal injuries in collision

'The apocalypse never happened': Barnet football club welcome Harrow Council standing down in planning saga

The authority are standing down in their fight against the club's appeal in a planning saga dating backing to 2008

Blind man left stranded after Transport for London blunder

A disappointed Stephen Anderson said it is not the first time TfL has let him down

Brother of missing man takes his fight for the truth to Crimewatch

James Scott hopes BBC Crimewatch appeal will provide a breakthrough in the search for his brother Raymond who went missing without trace 13 years ago

Teen stabbed in broad daylight in Hounslow

A 19-year-old suffered two stab wounds. Police enquiries ongoing.
Runners take part in the Ealing Half Marathon

Ealing Half Marathon runs away with 'best race' prize

It ain't half a good marathon you might say. The Ealing Half Marathon, now in its third year, has been named the Best Half Marathon.

'Saddest of days': Everest climber from Hanwell reflects on fatal avalanche

Andy James from Hanwell hopes to follow in the footsteps of Everest conqueror Sir Edmund Hilary
Andy James, a Hanwell man who is climbing Everest to raise money for a cancer charity, has blogged about the loss of members of his party in an avalanche

Unbaalievable! Footballing lambs predict the outcome of Easter weekend games

A flock of spring lambs were on ‘sheep’-shape form as they took part in the world’s first ever game of ‘lamb football’.

Watch: Fun and games as Pinner celebrates St George's Day

Hundreds of families and friends gathered to enjoy the annual celebrations of St George's Day in Pinner.  

Ruislip Operatic Society's Wiz is wonderful!

The first of Ruislip Operatic Society’s two shows of the year was fast-paced and expertly delivered

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory celebration at Kew Gardens

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired fun at Kew Gardens
Mark Lundrigan visits Kew Gardens, where a sweet surprise is in store for visitors this Easter

Teen stabbed in broad daylight in Hounslow

A 19-year-old suffered two stab wounds. Police enquiries ongoing.

20-year-old taken to hospital after 'hit-and-run' in Ruislip

Hillingdon police are appealing for information after a man was struck by a car that failed to stop

Banned insecticide was used to poison five dogs in Brent

Police and the RSPCA have renewed their warnings to the public, as the person responsible for poisoning five dogs - two of which died - remains at large
The West Collection in Fulham, by London Square

Demand for Fulham townhouses grows despite price tag

Developer London Square is selling 11 townhouses with a starting price of close to £4million as the property market hots up locally

Awards for Ealing grandmother who became oldest woman to sail solo around the world

Jeanne Socrates was presented with the Cruising Club of America’s Blue Water Medal
The plaudits continue for 71-year-old Jeanne Socrates who has picked up an award in the US in recognition of her achievement in circumnavigating the globe solo

Latest figures show London house prices up by an average £11k in March

A young couple study homes in an estate agents' window
The latest House Asking Price Index produced by estate agents Rightmove reveals that the price of new properties coming on to the market is now at an all time high, with outer London boroughs now surging
Queens Park Rangers v Charlton Athletic - Sky Bet Football League Championship

QPR boss offered players for next season

Redknapp reluctant to do any deals until Rangers' fate is decided

Button settled at Brentford following years of uncertainty

Bees keeper feels at home at 14th club of his short career

Harriott departure cuts Hayes & Yeading's midfield options

FA Trophy 1st Round - Hayes & Yeading United FC vs Barnet FC
Midfielder heads back to Northampton Town ahead of United's clash with Dover

Carts to continue conducting Uxbridge's midfield orchestra

Reds captain happy to let the youngsters do his running on the pitch

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