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10 Phones 4U stores closing as company goes into administration

Phones 4U's 10 west London stores are closing after the company went into administration with some 5,000 jobs now at risk, writes Norresa Perucho.

Man admits attacking George Galloway in Notting Hill

Neil Masterson, of Campden Hill, Kensington admits attacking the controversial MP but denies it was religiously aggravated.

Chelsea register office forced to deny George Clooney getting married there after world's press descends

The Register Office had to deny the rumours after hoards of media gathered outside the popular King's Road wedding venue

New bobbies on the beat for Kensington and Chelsea

43 new police officers are now fighting crime in the borough, bucking the London-wide trend of unfilled cop jobs.

Consultation launched to control busking in Notting Hill

Kensington and Chelsea Council is asking neighbours, businesses, market traders and buskers if performers should be controlled on Fridays and Saturday

Kensington and Chelsea remembers First World War VC hero with special paving stone

George Thomas Dorrell, of Chelsea, was the first of nine Victoria Cross holders in the borough to be honoured 100 years since the start of the Great War

Revealed: West London's police forces have hundreds of vacancies

Figures show all west London's borough police forces have double-digit vacancies which are not being filled. Labour believes this is how Boris Johnson is cutting down on costs

Anthony Charley was fatally stabbed on August 29 after leaving the Mau Mau bar in Notting Hill

Man named as he appears in court accused of murdering grandfather in Notting Hill

John Tayo Wesley, 38, will appear at the Old Bailey tomorrow, accused of murdering Tony Charlery in Notting Hill just over a week ago.

Duchess of Cambridge pregnant with second child

The Duchess is being treated at Kensington Palace for the same severe morning sickness she suffered from while pregnant with Prince George.

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Charities still have time to apply for Kensington and Chelsea Council grants

A slice of £2 million is up for grabs to help fund work in 2015 to 2017

Kensington Mums: Beauty masterclass and chocolate coffee morning for mothers

Mums and their tots can find out how to make natural beauty products while expectant mums can meet up for a coffee morning.

Anthony Charley was fatally stabbed on August 29 after leaving the Mau Mau bar in Notting Hill updated

Two men arrested in Notting Hill grandfather murder

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murdering Tony Charlery in Portobello Road on Saturday (August 30) morning but police continue to ask for information and help.

Longer trains and more capacity on Southern services on West London Line

Rail franchisee Southern increased yesterday all West London Line services from four to five carriages on the and three peak-time services from four to eight carriages

Man denies attacking George Galloway in Notting Hill

Neil Masterson, 39, has denied attacking the Respect MP who reportedly has a broken jaw and rib.

MP George Galloway's 'jaw broken' over Israel comments in Notting Hill

A man is appearing in court today after the Respect MP was attacked while posing for photos with residents in Golborne Road.

Anthony Charley was fatally stabbed on August 29 after leaving the Mau Mau bar in Notting Hill

'Much loved grandfather' stabbed to death in Notting Hill over the weekend

Police are hunting for two men from the Notting Hill area in connection with the fatal stabbing shortly before midnight on Friday.

Disadvantaged children get hooked on tennis

Disadvantaged youngsters from Kensington and Chelsea tried their hand at tennis thanks to a community initiative, writes Emma Agyemang

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

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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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Alan Hayes
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Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
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News Editor, Hounslow Chronicle
Mhairi Macfarlane
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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
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John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
Mort Smith
Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
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Paul Warburton
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