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07:04, 6 JUL 2015
Fight to save cherished 'green oasis' from flood alleviation plans continues
Neighbours fighting to save a small plot of greenery could get support from Hammersmith & Fulham Council
Mother and daughter killed by train at Ealing Broadway, police confirm
Commuters at the scene described it as a 'nightmare' as emergency services flooded the area at the height of rush hour
Fears cherished 'green oasis' will be lost as part of anti-flood proposals
People living near the square on Barons Court Road are concerned with Thames Water's Counters Creek plans
Shepherd's Bush Green flooding: Hundreds lose water after pipe bursts
Around 500 customers reportedly lost their water supply after the main was damaged at around lunchtime
Flood alert could affect homes in Chiswick and Twickenham
Businesses and residents should be prepared for flooding at locations between Putney Bridge and Teddington Weir including Chiswick and Twickenham
Burst water main floods area the size of TWO football pitches in Northolt
Burst water main to blame for flooding of an area in Northolt the size of two football pitches
Almost 60,000 Hammersmith and Fulham homes at risk of flooding
New report reveals tens of thousands of west London homes are at risk of flooding
Hillingdon Council approves Airports Commission response against Heathrow expansion
The council says the airport's proposals are 'fulled of hollow promises and gaping holes, lacking any realistic assessment'.
Vote now to help open up 'little known' river through Isleworth and Twickenham
The Duke of Northumberland's River is in the running for a major cash injection to help transform it into a 'haven for wildlife and people'
ATM gas attack hits cash machine in Hanwell
Police were called to the attempted raid the ATM at Boston Parade at 4.43am today, Monday, January 12.
Review of the Year
Review of the Year: July: Flashflood in Hillingdon and the sudden collapse of an office block in Hounslow
July was a dramatic month in west London as flash-flooding brought misery for thousands of residents in Hillingdon and a building collapsed without warning next to Hounslow Bus Garage.
Luxury canal-side housing development opens in Harefield
Developers say the Royal Quay site will boost Harefield's economy, with house prices starting at £215,000
Burst water main causes foot deep floods in White City
Du Cane Road is still closed following the floods on Saturday morning
Weather warning: Easterly wind dubbed Beast from the East headed from Russia
The Beast from the East will see temperatures plummet to minus 10C next month say weather experts.
Twickenham 'fatbergs' blamed for River Crane pollution
MP Vince Cable says more needs to be done to educate residents and crack down on restaurants pouring cooking fat down their drains
Harrow London Borough Council
Children sent home from Belmont School after rogue radiator floods building
Council spokesman confirms that a Year One classroom carpet got 'quite wet'.
Mouse infestation, filth, floods and mould at butchers in Acton
Al-Rafidain has been forced to pay more than £13, 500 after pleading guilty to seven charges
Sewer abuse floods over 800 Ealing homes due to 'Fatbergs'
Congealed lumps of leftover cooking fat and wet wipes, dubbed fatbergs by Thames Water sewer staff, have blocked pipes and caused sewage to overflow into gardens and even inside homes.
Hundreds of homes in Harrow and Brent flooded with raw sewage due to fat build-up
Congealed lumps of cooking fat and wet wipes, dubbed fatbergs by Thames Water staff, have blocked pipes and caused sewage to overflow into gardens and even inside homes.
EXCLUSIVE: Biggest gathering of Spitfires and Hurricanes for decades planned for RAF Northolt
To mark its centenary and the 75th anniversary of the Battle Of Britain, planners at the base in West End Road, Ruislip, want a fitting tribute and an event worthy of the double celebration.
West London News
Met Office warns of possible 'localised flooding' today
The Met office has issued a yellow - be aware - warning of thunderstorms over west London today, which could pose flash flood problems.
Ealing shopping centre traders in mammoth clean up operation after flood
Traders count the cost of yesterday's flood caused by a burst water pipe on The Mall in Ealing Broadway, as products worth many thousands of pounds are destroyed.
Flooded shops forced to close in Ealing Broadway
Thousands of pounds worth of stock has been destroyed due a burst watermain in Ealing
WW1 memorial postponed as Bertha batters Hounslow
First World War service in Brentford rescheduled for a fortnight's time due to winds and heavy rain yesterday