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Convicted murderer Arnis Zalkalns lured wife to woods before bludgeoning her to death

The last day that Arnis Zalkalns was seen coincided with the day police announced they had found CCTV footage of Alice at Brentford Lock. The next morning Mr Zalklans left for work and has not been seen since.

Friday bus strike called off - but Monday's is still on

Bus strikes across the Capital have been cancelled on Friday but will still go ahead Monday, and we have details of services affected.

Walk: Join an autumn amble from Gunnersbury to Osterley.

Event is one of 40 taking place across the capital writes Norresa Perucho


Family friend of Alice Gross suspect Arnis Zalkalns describes him as a 'quiet polite man'

A neighbour of the Latvian man being sought by police as a suspect in the disappearance of Alice Gross describes his horror at hearing recent revelations.


Alice Gross suspect Arnis Zalkalns is a convicted murderer and 'could pose a risk to the public'

Police searching for 14-year-old Alice Gross are treating a 41-year-old man with a murder conviction as a suspect in her disappearance.

Missing Latvian builder officially named as suspect in Alice Gross disappearance.

Police also offer £20,000 reward for information which leads to them finding missing 14-year-old

Five things to do in Hounslow this weekend and next

Meet Thomas the Tank Engine in Brentford, check out celebrity self-portraits at Hogarth's House in Chiswick and much more

Locals with Scottish roots cast their votes over referendum question.

It's crunch time for England's neighbour and tensions are high ahead of one of the biggest decisions likely to be made in history writes Goolistan Cooper.

Watch riverside screenings of classic films at Watermans in Brentford this weekend

The open-air screenings are part of The River Weekender at the riverside arts venue, which also includes a children's treasure hunt and much more

Litter on the street

Trash talk: rubbish on Chiswick High Road branded 'unacceptable'

Hounslow Council promises to crack down on businesses and householders flouting the rules by leaving waste out long before a collection is due

World's Biggest Coffee Morning to be celebrated across Hounslow

Live music and a raffles are among the activities planned at events in Brentford and Isleworth, along with the traditional cake sales in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Aviation scout badge criticised as a Heathrow marketing gimmick

Scouts will soon be able to learn about flight while working towards a new badge sponsored by Heathrow, but a Labour councillor has criticised the scheme as a cynical marketing ploy

West London Rape Crisis Centre gets £140,000 funding to continue support

The money will be used to provide counselling and therapies to victims of sexual violence in Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon and Hounslow over the next two years

Brentford ticket clerk sentenced over Richmond station scam

Julia Cann was part of a gang of six former ticket clerks estimated to have pocketed more than £100,000 by selling illicit tickets

Old Brentford police station sold to highest bidder

The sale of the premises, which closed last September, has yet to be completed but the site is likely to be used for housing

Former bank manager sheds 294 pounds (that's 21 stone to you and me)

Tony Orrell, who went from 38.5 to 17.5 stone, is opening two Slimming World groups in Isleworth

Southfield Safer Neighbourhoods team host Peace in the Park day for families

The event will take place on Sunday in Southfield Recreational Ground

Gloriana team invited to Brentford to see royal barge's prospective new home

Brentford Chamber of Commerce president Suzie Betlem wants Lord Sterling and his team to see for themselves what the royal barge would mean to the area

Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth, Mary Macleod

MP to lobby Lord Sterling to bring royal barge Gloriana 'home' to Brentford

Brentford and Isleworth MP Mary Macleod promises to write to Lord Sterling making the case for Brentford to host the boat, which he funded

Boost for Brentford as Twickenham says no to royal barge Gloriana

Lord Jeffrey Sterling, who funded the boat's construction, says he and the Gloriana team will now 'explore further locations along the river'

Arrests in dawn raids targeting the criminal masterminds behind mobile thefts

British Transport Police officers arrest 13 people during raids in Ealing, Harrow, Hounslow and other areas

Rare chance to visit Thames wildlife haven Isleworth Ait on World Rivers Day

London Wildlife Trust is offering tours of the island nature reserve as part of TideFest on Sunday, September 28

Consultation promised on controversial warden service in Brentford's Great West Quarter

A2Dominion says the service, which costs residents £105 a year, will be scrapped if they say it is not helping to tackle antisocial behaviour

iPhone was missing from rucksack belonging to Hanwell teen Alice Gross

Officers want to recover the missing teenager's white iPhone 4s. An interactive map of her final sightings has also been published.

Crash on M4 Chiswick flyover causing tailbacks in Brentford

Lane restrictions in place on the M4 eastbound, near the junction with Windmill Road, Brenford

Shadow work secretary hears about 'rising cost of learning' from West Thames College students

Students at the Isleworth campus complain about tuition fees, travel costs and childcare expenses during a visit by Labour MP Rachel Reeves

Freeze frame: ice cream and art to be made side-by-side at new Isleworth shop

You can sample the unusual flavours on offer at the opening of a new ice cream factory and art workshop in Lower Square next Friday

Equivalent of four new secondary schools needed to meet growing demand in Hounslow

Hounslow Council is awaiting the outcome of two free school applications before deciding how to meet the shortfall in places

Hounslow businesses face judgement day in battle for awards glory.

Panel will pick the winners of 11 categories ahead of second annual recognition ceremony

Brentford marina plans approved

Proposals for a £5.45 million marina beside Watermans Park are due to go on show later this month after being approved at last night's cabinet meeting


Brentford is home to some of the world's biggest corporations such as GlaxoSmithKline and Audi. Picturesque Syon Park, Gunnersbury Park, Kew Bridge Steam Museum and the Thames have been drawing people to this up and coming London suburb. Brentford FC is the much loved local football team.

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Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
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Michael Russell
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Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
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