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Chiswick woman killed in Shepherd's Bush bus crash

Carol Elizabeth Thomas, 50, of Chiswick, died on Wednesday (April 15) after being hit by 260 bus near Westfield shopping centre

Firefighters battle to control blaze at Paddington takeaway

Four fire engines were called to Praed Street, Paddington, on Tuesday morning to tackle a fire at a Chicken Cottage fast-food takeaway restaurant

Who is my MP? Use our election gadget to find your seat and constituency

What constituency am I in? Who is my MP? Enter your postcode and find your local MP and other information about your constituency

Rest & Run experts' tips to combat London Marathon nerves

Running the London Marathon can be a daunting task, and often leads to some anxiety. But specialist Rest & Run experts are on hand to help

Do you recognise this war memorabilia and jewellery?

Images of the sentimental mementos have been released by police in the hope that they will be able to reunite them with the owner

Man rescued from second-floor window of burning Knightsbridge flat

The man was taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service suffering from smoke inhalation.

More than 2,600 estate agents in London, research reveals

Westminster has the highest number of estate agents as a whole, while Ealing Broadway has the second highest number of estate agents within 400m of the tube station

London Marathon 2015: Five fashion essentials for race day

Make sure you're wearing these fashion essentials and stay cool for the 26.2-mile race

Loaded gun, 10kg of cannabis and cash found in car in Greenford

Armed officers stopped two cars and arrested four people as part of an intelligence-led operation in west London

Recognition for CCTV man who helps keeps Hammersmith safe

Hammersmith CCTV operator Sid Alba with his two awards
Sid Alba, who works for the town's BID team, picked up two police awards at a New Scotland Yard ceremony

General Election count to close car park in Ealing

The car park behind Perceval House will close temporarily from April 27 until May 13 so it can be transformed into the count centre for the general election

First-time parents raise awareness of surrogacy in UK

Mansi Gandhi, 35, and husband Pritesh, 36, urge other couples contemplating surrogacy abroad to consider asking friends and family in the UK first

Ealing is top London borough for bringing robbery offenders to justice

Police say this positive news will not make them complacent

Charity urges Hamersmith election candidates to promote debt help

The organisation which runs National Debtline says hundreds of people from the area have contacted it for help and advice

Harrow Hindu community hosts election hustings

The Harrow Hindu community hosted its first ever election hustings
Questions raised ranged from local planning issues to international trade and co-operation with India

Short film by Hounslow youths making waves in the US

Trouble was written and directed by 18-year-old former Hounslow student Ben Steel, and its young cast and crew are all from the borough

Fulham charity Haven presents art showcase

The Haven helps people deal with the emotional and physical side-effects of breast cancer. The Chrysalis art showcase is launching in aid of the Fulham-based charity

Clay and display: Free pottery exhibition coming to Isleworth

Work by 23 potters will be available to buy at the exhibition in Redlees Park on April 25 and 26
Hammersmith CCTV operator Sid Alba with his two awards

Recognition for CCTV man who helps keeps Hammersmith safe

Sid Alba, who works for the town's BID team, picked up two police awards at a New Scotland Yard ceremony

Loaded gun, 10kg of cannabis and cash found in car in Greenford

Armed officers stopped two cars and arrested four people as part of an intelligence-led operation in west London

'Predatory paedophile' admits string of sex offences and rapes

"D'Costa is a predatory paedophile who kept a sickening account of his abuse on his young victims"

New scheme to help people find local and trusted traders comes to Ealing

Traders have provided tips on how to avoid home improvement nightmares

More than 2,600 estate agents on London's high streets, research reveals

Westminster has the highest number of estate agents as a whole, while Ealing Broadway has the second highest number of estate agents within 400m of the tube station

Independent 'naanwich' shop needs YOUR vote to return to Uxbridge

Jag and Shushma Kumar are pleading with the public to vote for them to win enough money in a competition to keep Naked Naan open permanently

Jose Mourinho making plans for Chelsea's emerging stars

Boss wants to supplement squad with up to four academy prospects next season

Result of Rate the Bees: On song midfielder shone against Bolton but defender flopped

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Your say on the Bees' display against the Trotters

Who is QPR's most fouled Premier League player this term?

Leroy Fer of QPR is closed down by Liam Bridcutt of Sunderland
Charlie Austin has been banging in the goals but one R's man has received more attention from opposition defenders during the 2014-15 campaign

In pictures: Chelsea put three past stunned Manchester City

Commanding Blues youngsters in pole position to retain their FA Youth Cup crown

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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