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Acton Lane remains closed after over an hour of delays as lorry gets jammed making a turn

The busy NW10 spot in Harlesden has built up traffic in the area as the lorry remains stuck

Owner of More Munchies cafe in Acton promises 'brand new shop' after fire damage forces closure

The owner of More Munchies in Acton has promised customers he will soon be back in business, and explains what he thinks caused the blaze

Firefighters rescue adults and children after blaze in Acton flats and restaurant

London Fire Brigade were called to a fire at The Vale at 1.28am this morning (September 22)

Police arrest pair in Acton and Earls Court on suspicion of money laundering

Officers have arrested a 64-year-old man and a 69-year-old woman at addresses in Acton and Earls Court

The best things to do in west London this week, including Americana band Red Sky July live!

Americana Country band Red Sky July is coming to west London this week, along with a host of other activities and events

Which MPs could be the biggest winners and losers from electoral boundary review in west London?

The Conservatives look set to benefit in three of west London's most marginal seats - but Labour may be happy with another two...

New book looks to crack 50-year-old unsolved Jack the Stripper murder mystery

The Nude Murders killing spree saw eight women killed in west London by a serial killer with echoes of Jack the Ripper

What's going on in west London this week, including the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein performed live!

A stunning musical concert of the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein is coming to west London this week, along with a host of other activities and events

Brother of Acton teenager Usaama Ali who was stabbed to death says 'we miss him terribly'

Brother of Usaama Ali, who was stabbed to death last October, pays tribute after a 17-year-old was jailed for manslaughter on Friday (September 9)

Teenager who stabbed to death Usaama Ali in Acton is jailed for nine years

Usaama Ali, 17, was knifed in the heart following a row with his killer outside a café in Crown Street last October

Heartbreak for Acton UFC fighter after first 'dream' fight ends in loss

'Judo' Jimmy Wallhead signed his Ultimate Fighting Championship contract earlier this year and made his debut in Hamburg, Germany

20mph trial launched to Acton with the aim of improving road safety

If the 12-month trial is a success, the speed limit could be rolled out across the whole of the borough

Chelsea's 'oldest fan' dies weeks before turning 107 - and gets Blues-themed funeral

Fred Cuddeford was buried with his Chelsea FC cushion and a bottle of whisky, while the club's colours featured prominently at his funeral

See Acton fighter in action as he gets 'dream' contract with UFC

Jim Wallhead has been training at the London Shootfighters gym in Acton for two and a half years and has finally had the call up to the UFC 

August Bank Holiday: Monday's supermarket opening times

Here are the all-important Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose

GCSE results: Plenty of smiles in Ealing as students find out their grades

Move over A Levels, it's time for GCSEs! Here's how students from across Ealing got on

Police arrest naked man who smeared car with human faeces in South Acton

Police tweeted to say officers had been called after the nude man apparently covered a parked car in human excrement

Union says new bus strikes will disrupt Notting Hill Carnival

Two 24-hour walk-outs have been called by Tower Transit bus services, with the second clashing with the carnival parade and grand finale

More than 200 new homes set for Ealing on brownfield sites - but less than half affordable

Ealing Council has struck a deal which will see 216 homes built on brownfield sites in a bid to meet its council housing target

Night Tube: Tesco trials 24-hour opening to serve late-night Londoners

Tesco is trialling 24-hour opening times at several of its stores in West London on Fridays and Saturdays in line with the Night Tube

Mauritius Open Air Festival draws huge crowds to Gunnersbury Park

Are you among the revellers featured in our gallery from the festival?

Police hunt for man who exposed himself to a woman on the tube

British Transport Police detectives release images of a man they want to speak to after indecent exposure to a woman

Mauritian festival expected to draw 10,000 revellers to Gunnersbury Park

The Mauritius Open Air Festival on Sunday (August 21) will feature live music, food and drink from the island nation

A Level results: Nine alternative ways to celebrate in west London

Want to celebrate your results, but don't fancy the traditional meal or pint? Here are nine alternative ways to celebrate in west London!

Massacre of Braybrook Street: Victim's son speaks out at 'rage' he feels towards murderer 50 years on

DC David Wombwell's son wishes the death penalty was still an option when Harry Roberts and co carried out the crime which shook London

Acton and Victoria businesses 'named and shamed' for failing to pay staff the minimum wage

The two firms were 'named and shamed' online as part of the government's biggest release of companies failing to pay the minimum wage

Dozens of firefighters battle blaze at Wembley recycling centre

Fire crews were called to Hannah Close in Wembley in the early hours of Sunday morning and the blaze was under control before 9am

11 great Ealing pubs with the best drinks selection

Whether it's ales, ciders or a classic Cosmo you're after, we take a look at pubs offering the best range of drinks - have you visited?

Eight reasons why you should head to London Oktoberfest in Ealing

If you're on the fence about whether to head to Ealing's special Oktoberfest celebration this week? This might persuade you...

Oktoberfest comes to west London for five-day celebration

Fancy visiting Oktoberfest this year? There's no need to travel to Munich, as the world-famous beer festival is coming to Ealing this week

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Sports Reporter
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