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Arts world legends in last ditch attempt to save King's Road Curzon Cinema

Famous directors, musicians, actresses and authors are urging people to keep rallying the council to reject plans to change the cinema into a smaller one on September 11.

Working parents furious as K&C Council agrees 'higher childcare costs'

Kensington and Chelsea Council has given the green light to transfer after-school and holiday childcare funding over to schools and third party providers.

Kensal Green Cemetery's iconic monuments workshop could be demolished for flats

The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery are concerned Kensington and Chelsea Council are pushing through the 'inappropriate' development through during the quiet summer holidays

What's on: What to do in West London today

Check out our suggestions on where to take the kids in the last week of the summer holiday

Notting Hill Carnival: The big clean-up

With a flurry of colour Carnival has come and gone - and created hundreds of tonnes of rubbish, but hard-working cleaners have been at work to make sure everything was cleared up by this morning.

Notting Hill Carnival ends in chaos with stabbings and police officers injured

Three men were stabbed and two police officers injured in violent clashes at Notting Hill Carnival on Monday evening.

Legendary explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes to talk about his life in support of cancer charity

The explorer will be talking about his life in support of The Urology Foundation next month - get your tickets now. Olivia Demetriades reports.

H&F, Westminster and K&C GCSE results

Results as we get them from Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. Alix Culbertson, Olivia Demetriades and Sheena Anadkat report. Scroll down to find your school. 

Notting Hill Carnival: Residents to get free clean-up

Neighbours living along the route in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster can sign up to get their gardens and basement areas cleaned for free after the Carnival.

Runaway rescue dog reunited with distraught owner

A mixed breed dog who went walkabout in Ealing has been returned safe and sound , writes Sheena Anadkat

Burst water main causes disruption on High Street Kensington

Eastbound road remains closed as emergency repairs are carried out.

About 35 firefighters battle blaze in Fulham after house catches fire

These dramatic pictures were taken by schoolgirl photographer Mia Lapwood

Gail's Bakery fined after birthday woman falls down hatch and fractures pelvis

The popular bakery in Fulham Road had to pay over £12,000 after a woman celebrating her birthday fell through an open hatch and fractured her pelvis

Ashbourne College gets best A-level results ever

Over half of students at the Kensington college got A* or A grades, writes Emma Agyemang

Housing association to pay thousands after lorries made window fall out and caused havoc

Catalyst Housing has had to pay nearly £16,000 for not adhering to a transport plan as they damaged a car near Portobello Market and caused endless problems for neighbours. By Olivia Demetriades

Looking Back with Eddie Menday: Changing places in West London.

Eddie Menday takes a look at how geographical names of local places have changed over the years.

Open House London: Doors to most exclusive buildings to open next month

Olivia Demetriades gives you a taste of the best sites to see during September's Open House London - many which are closed the rest of the year.

What's on August 12: Where to take the family this summer holiday

Check out our suggestions on how to make the most of our glorious summer holidays

Notting Hill Carnival 2014: How to get there

Don't get caught out trying to enter an exit-only station, or even one that's closed - check our our guide to find out the easiest way to start enjoying some reggae and rum.

Valentino FOURTH Knightsbridge designer handbag store to be raided in 15 months

Five people on mopeds smashed through the Sloane Street store just after midnight today (August 7) and stole handbags.

Dementia is on the rise but west London fares better than elsewhere

The number of patients diagnosed with dementia in West London is significantly below the national average, new figures released today reveal.

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Notting Hill Carnival reggae DJ WILL play this year after thousands sign petition

Channel One Sound System has been given the thumbs up to play at Carnival after more than 8,500 people signed a petition.

Whole Foods to donate tomorrow's sales to create edible forest for children

Whole Foods supermarket in Kensington High Street will give five per cent of its sales towards an edible forest in Holland Park to help children learn about where food comes from

Latest figures show why west London pupils were most likely to be suspended

The Department of Education have released numbers and percentages of students temporarily excluded for different reasons in the west London boroughs

Jailed: Homeless man admits stealing more than £100,000 of designer handbags but refuses to dob in accomplices

Christopher Gibbs raided the Designer Exchange in Knightsbridge with two others in May but was caught when his mask slipped off.

Firefighters battle early morning blaze at Fulham beauty salon

Twenty firefighters tackled the fire at a salon in Jerdan Place, Fulham this morning.

Londoners urged to plan ahead to avoid getting caught out by RideLondon road closures

Residents affected by this year's Prudential RideLondon street cycle race are being urged to take note of road closures and plan ahead.

World Breastfeeding Week: Mother praises health visitor who diagnosed baby's curable condition

Today marks the beginning of World Breastfeeding Week which promotes the importance of breastfeeding. Alix Culbertson speaks to a Fulham mother who was having problems with her baby feeding.

Join Kensington and Chelsea Police's twitter chat to ask about policing in the area

Officers and leading police will be answering your questions @MPSKenChel from 10am today (July 29), using #MPSKenChelDiscuss

Discover how the First World War impacted on life in west London a century ago.

Your guide to World War One centenary events in west London

First World War commemorative events are taking place across west London in August and September. Here's our guide to what's on where.

Kensington

Kensington has a rich mix of culture and upmarket shops, including Kensington High Street; one of London's busiest shopping destinations. South Kensington is home to Exhibition Road, famous for its museums such as the Natural History Museum, while other attractions include Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.

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Steve Bax
Digital Editor, Get West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Paul Bishop
Sports Editor
Caitlin Black
Pinner, Hatch End. Harrow Weald, Stanmore, Edgware, Queensbury and Kenton
Alix Culbertson
Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Zoe Drewett
Uxbridge, Ruislip, Eastcote, Hayes, Harlington & West Drayton
Alan Hayes
News Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Chris Longhurst
News Editor, Hounslow Chronicle
Mhairi Macfarlane
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
Ian Proctor
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Hannah Raven
Uxbridge, Harefield, Northwood, Northwood Hills
Michael Russell
News Editor, Ealing, Fulham, Kensington and Westminster
John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
Mort Smith
Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter