Boy, 15, charged with possession of knife at Notting Hill Carnival

Teen is accused of carrying weapon at the carnival's Panorama event held in Pleasance Park on Saturday

Notting Hill Carnival: Warnings about 'extremely dangerous' legal highs

Ambulance service asks carnival-goers to avoid legal highs, while police tell trouble makers to stay away

Plans revealed to crack down on cash-in-hand labour

Council asking residents if they want to see new measures brought in

'Unlawful' Marlborough School plans to go ahead despite playing fields concerns

Opponents to the controversial scheme to demolish the Victorian school say K&C Council failed to apply for the disposal of school land and are calling for the project to be scrapped

Chelsea Pensioner jailed for 'shocking' sex attack on young woman

The Royal Hospital Chelsea
The attack followed last year's Chelsea Flower Show - in the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital where Patrick Teegan lived

Four people bailed over shooting of three-year-old girl in Hanworth Park

Three teenage boys and a 23-year-old man have been bailed to a date in early October, police said

Two Costcutters' shop workers face deportation for 'overstaying visas'

The Home Office said the pair have been transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the UK

Heartfelt tributes to tragic teenager one year after she went missing

We look back on the year since tragic Alice Gross disappeared, as family and well-wishers pay their respect using a social media hashtag #ForAlice

FGW train strike could cause travel chaos this weekend

First Great Western train
Industrial action means there will be no FGW service between Paddington and Greenford, along with a number of other disruptions

Cancer Research UK cancel 'Pretty Muddy' event in Hammersmith

Organisers say not enough people have entered despite 2,100 women taking part last time

Businessman's luxury sports car 'firebombed'

Jonathan Penn admitted he has a "chequered past" but described this as a "malicious and random attack"

Your complete guide to the Notting Hill Carnival

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Route maps, transport details, location of sound systems and road closure info - the complete Notting Hill Carnival guide

Notting Hill Carnival finale could be a washout

Downpours are likely between 6am and 2pm tomorrow, latest forecasts show, but today is set to be drier

Notting Hill Carnival: Send us your snaps and stories

The Notting Hill Carnival is coming up this weekend; we want to see your photos and hear your stories!

Bank Holiday charity festival returns to Ealing pub

Ploughfest 2015 will feature live music, fun activities for children and an outdoor cinema screening

Super Saturday of Sport event in Feltham attracts hundreds of families

Event featured more than 20 clubs and a range of sporting activities from indoor rowing to cycling

Ealing Half Marathon: See the official route map

The Ealing Half Marathon is just around the corner... And here's the official route map!

Get ready for Chiswick's street party of the year

Devonshire Road will be transformed into a grassy oasis with stilt walkers, live music, freebies, and plenty of food and drink

Winston Churchill painting worth £50k goes on display for first time

The work by Walter Sickert was painted in 1927 when Winston Churchill was the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Popular Italian restaurant to close after 21 years

On his reason for closing Pizza on the Green owner Jalal Meradji said that "age is catching up on me"

London Air Ambulance treated more than 400 west London patients last year

London's Air Ambulance treated 1,806 patients in 2014
The charity is hoping to raise £6 million for a second helicopter to support its vital life-saving work

Boy, 15, charged with possession of knife at Notting Hill Carnival

Teen is accused of carrying weapon at the carnival's Panorama event held in Pleasance Park on Saturday

Plans revealed to crack down on cash-in-hand labour

Council asking residents if they want to see new measures brought in

Super Saturday of Sport event in Feltham attracts hundreds of families

Event featured more than 20 clubs and a range of sporting activities from indoor rowing to cycling

Bank Holiday charity festival returns to Ealing pub

Ploughfest 2015 will feature live music, fun activities for children and an outdoor cinema screening

Get ready for Chiswick's street party of the year

Devonshire Road will be transformed into a grassy oasis with stilt walkers, live music, freebies, and plenty of food and drink

Ealing Half Marathon: See the official route map

The Ealing Half Marathon is just around the corner... And here's the official route map!

Boy, 15, charged with possession of knife at Notting Hill Carnival

Teen is accused of carrying weapon at the carnival's Panorama event held in Pleasance Park on Saturday

Chelsea Pensioner, 71, jailed for 'shocking' sex attack on young woman

The Royal Hospital Chelsea
The attack followed last year's Chelsea Flower Show - in the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital where Patrick Teegan lived

Four people arrested over alleged air gun shooting of three-year-old girl

Police said four people, aged 13 to 23, were being held in custody after being arrested on suspicion of causing GBH

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

UK's biggest bike manufacturer Brompton Bicycle plans to double production at new factory

Brompton Bicycle is leaving Brentford, where it has been for nearly 30 years, for Greenford Park, in the borough of Ealing

Mourinho warns Chelsea squad: Perform well or be dropped

Misfiring Blues need to improve after second home defeat under the Special One's reign

What can Brentford expect in the final hours of the transfer window?

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Bees hopeful of one further signing before September 1 deadline, while Marco Djuricin move set to be completed

View from the Brentford press box: Six key talking points after the Bees' latest home nightmare

Bees beaten heavily at home to Reading, moreso than the scoreline suggests

View from the press box: A changing of the AFC Wimbledon striking guard and a monkey off Neal Ardley's back

Dons secured their first victory at Kingsmeadow since March against Exeter

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