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Chelsea v Burnley - and the five things that made the difference

It wasn't quite help yourself - but Blues had an easy ride against the newly promoted side at a sweltering Stamford Bridge - here are the reasons why

Chelsea only won 3-0 against a dispirited Burnley - and this is why it wasn't more

It should have been six or seven as Conte's crew enjoy a stroll in the sun to inflict a master class in passing,movement and speed of thought

Four flee home gutted by fire in Chelsea

The occupants fled the building before fire crews arrived to fight the flames

Go-ahead given for Chelsea café with removable glass frontage

The innovative building in Chelsea will include a circular roof terrace and windows which which retract into a basement during good weather

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

Drinkers left 'stunned' as pioneering gay pub in Chelsea calls last orders

The Queen's Head pub is closing after its lease was not renewed, as staff say they are 'bloody gutted'

National Burger Day: Nine great burger joints in west London to scoff the meaty treat

Thursday August 25 marks National Burger Day in the UK; why not head to a great fast food joint to enjoy a juicy burger?

Notting Hill Carnival: Road closures in west London over the festival weekend

If you're driving to the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend, you might want to check out the area's road closures before you set off!

Triple-whammy of maintenance work to affect Parsons Green roads until 2017

National Grid, Vodafone and Thames Water are all carrying out maintenance work in the area over the next few months

Missing elderly man with dementia and schizophrenia may be in Kensington or Westminster, police say

Shirley Smith suffers from dementia, diabetes and schizophrenia and left hospital without his medication earlier on Thursday (August 18)

21-year-old man charged with Hyde Park murder of Jairo Medina from Chelsea

Jairo Medina was found dead in the park in the early hours of Friday August 12 and police have arrested and charged a 21-year-old man in connection

Concern: Life is getting tougher for first-time buyers

Brent rated Britain's fourth most miserable place to live

But three west London boroughs were named among London's happiest areas, according to Rightmove

Call to save Chelsea Farmers' Market as NHS trust plans to build homes to fund new hospital wing

The market in Chelsea is under threat after Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust submitted plans to build on the site

Hyde Park murder: victim named as 62-year-man from Chelsea

The victim, named as a 62-year-old from Chelsea, was found dead by a member of public in Hyde Park on Friday morning (August 12)

Sporting heroes back Mayor's #LondonIsOpen campaign

Following Brexit, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is keen to tell the world 'London is Open' for business

K&C parks triumph in 2016 Green Flags Awards

All 10 parks put forward by the council were awarded the prestigious scheme, which recognises the best green spaces in England and Wales

A blue badge

Man admits to using mum-in-law's disabled blue badge, but moans charge 'a bit harsh'

Miguel Ramos said he is a law-abiding citizen after he was nabbed parking with the permit in Chelsea

Free Santander bikes this weekend: Where can you cycle in 30 minutes?

Transport for London (TfL) is offering FREE half-hour bike rentals on Santander Cycles to celebrate sixth anniversary of the London hire scheme

Firefighters on scene as fire breaks out in Hammersmith takeaway

Emergency services were called to the scene at around 10.30am on Tuesday morning and were still fighting the fire at midday

Who are west London's biggest workaholics?

Staff in some London boroughs are more than twice as likely to work a 45-hour week as those in others

Segregated cycle lane to transform 'intimidating' Hammersmith gyratory

The safety changes could pave the way for a new cycle superhighway running to Hounslow

Chelsea Crossrail 2 opposition anger council over claims luxury accommodation will replace social housing

K&C deny the project will result in luxury accommodation replacing social housing

What's going on in west London this weekend, including a fun one-day outdoor water festival!

A fun one-day aqua obstacle course is coming to west London, along with a host of other activities and events

Help stop child abuse and neglect by volunteering for NSPCC

NSPCC is looking for people to give up two days a month to visit primary school children across west London for its Speak Out. Stay Safe programme

It's here! Riders pedal through west London as Prudential RideLondon gets underway

Thousands s are cycling for charity, while Tour de France winner Chris Froome is using it as preparation for the Rio Olympics

Roads to avoid in west London when Prudential RideLondon cycles into town

Thousands of amateur cyclists will be pedalling through Kensington and Chelsea in the annual event on Sunday (July 31)

Two women and a dog escape house fire in Brentford thanks to smoke alarm alert

Around 21 firefighters battled the blaze for around three hours to get it under control

999 operator helps woman trapped in Chelsea home by flames before she is rescued

The operator gave vital advice to the occupant while fire crews raced to the scene to rescue her

Man from Brent arrested by police on suspicion of collecting terror plot information

A 20-year-old was arrested in Kensington and Chelsea and is in custody at a south London station

House prices fell by 1.2% in London between June and July

London house prices fall amid Brexit 'uncertainty'

But average house prices in Kensington and Chelsea leap by nearly 11% during July


Chelsea is one of London's most affluent areas, known for its exclusivity, high property prices, and the shopping 'mecca' that is the Kings Road. It is perhaps best known for the Royal Hospital, home of the red-coated Chelsea Pensioners since the 17th Century.

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