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Rare Patek Philippe watch worth £35,000 stolen in Knightsbridge home raid

Police released an image of the rare watch today in a bid to track it down

Calls for extra lorry mirrors after Fulham pensioner's death

Lezli Taubler, 72, died in North End Road after a lorry driver did not see him despite double checking all his mirrors

Police officers injured in Westminster

Five men from Westminster and Kensington who 'swore allegiance to IS' charged with plotting terror attack

Five men are appearing in court in Westminster on charges including 'hostile reconnaissance' of Shepherd's Bush Police Station and having a magazine featuring beheading.

Hounslow bucks the trend in affordable housing

Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Ealing also see an increase but west London figures drop overall largely due to a slump in Harrow

Right to Buy sales soar in West London as prices are slashed

The number of houses bought as part of the Right to Buy scheme in West London has soared over the past year.


Kensington and Chelsea's budget report so complicated you'd need over 20 years of education to understand it

This makes it the equivalent of a graduate level text when it is supposed to be accessible to the general public.

New tax 'could put developers off' investing in Hounslow

But Hounslow Council insists its proposed Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is in line with that being charged by neighbouring boroughs

Hammersmith and Fulham deny scuppering attempts to delay Earls Court demolition

The council has been accused of reneging on its promises after holding a private meeting to push through demolition details

Police praised after Ladbroke Grove student arrested for suspected Islamist terror plot

Police made four arrests on Tuesday, including one of a Ladbroke Grove student, and have been praised for keeping on top of radicalisation

Cyclists blame lack of cycle route into central London on Kensington and Chelsea Council

The Royal borough said separate cycle lanes would pose a risk to pedestrians, especially on busy Kensington High Street

West London women 'would rather lose their friends than their handbags' survey claims

Firm run by Chiswick resident Cath Kidston also reveals the deepest darkest secrets of the deepest darkest bags

Jailed: Prolific criminals given 30 years for spree of violent robberies and attempted kidnap

Jonathon Finnegan and Dail Sillah were jailed yesterday (October 6) for committing a multitude of offences, mainly against women, across Kensington and Chelsea

West London estate agents brand Labour's Mansion Tax 'ill thought out'

Labour announced they would place an annual levy on all properties worth £2million or above but estate agents in the country's most expensive areas said this would not put buyers off the most pricey houses, writes Rahul Vashisht

Record number of children adopted in London

The Government is attributing the rise in adoptions to its changes to the adoption system which make it quicker and easier

Brentford primary school blessed as building reopens one year after devastating fire

Bishop of Kensington leads a rededication service for St Paul's Church of England Primary School

Former Bond girl leads the way for Silver Sunday

Honor Blackman, who played Pussy Galore in Goldfinger, will be taking part in this weekend's Silver Sunday celebrations to help conquer loneliness in older people across west London, writes James Sherrard

Worries over super sewer getting in way of new cycle superhighway

The new east-west cycle would go from Tower Hill to Acton, through Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea, writes James Sherrard

Hammersmith and Fulham pensioners least likely in England to get flu jab

  • NHS

West London pensioners were among the least likely to get a flu jab last winter

CaféPod gives you a chance to sit on the iconic Friends Central Perk sofa

The orange sofa which Joey, Rachel, Phoebe, Ross, Monica and Chandler used to sit on will be in Kensington on October 11 in association with CaféPod coffee capsules

NOTE TO SELF: Meet the dogs who take 'man's best friend' label to a whole new level

Rachel Agnew visits a charity which trains dogs to assist disabled people by fetching, carrying, pressing buttons and even unloading the washing machine!

Pensioner with dementia missing from Notting Hill for five days

Police are asking for help to find Leslie Ambrose, 78, who is often seen in Portobello Market

Decorex 2014 hailed a success on return to Syon Park home.

Thousands of visitors basked in the height of fashion and chic at four day event writes Norresa Perucho

K&C and Westminster come up trumps in London in Bloom competition

The two central west London boroughs won several awards in the annual London in Bloom awards, writes James Sherrard

Mansion tax will hit a quarter of Kensington and Chelsea homes

A 'mansion tax' on homes worth £2 million or more would be implemented by Labour if they win the next election. They have been accused of taxing just Londoners.

West Londoners are generally a happy bunch, says official survey

Latest wellbeing figures show large increase in satisfaction levels, according to Office for National Statistics

West London parents fear homes in their areas will be beyond the pay packets of their children

Rent prices in some parts of west London have risen by more than a fifth in two years according to figures released by the National Housing Federation

Malay orphan wins top nursing award

Amin Abdullah has gone from living in a Malaysian orphanage to winning a nursing award at Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith

In pictures: Disused Olympia train platform transformed into community kitchen garden

The platform in Kensington Olympia is now home to 89 garden plots where green-fingered residents can grow fruit and veg and is already attracting insects and wildlife

BBC journalists helping dementia sufferers remember

  • BBC

Love Your Stories is documenting people's lives to help dementia sufferers and their families and is also donating memory aids to dementia centres

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.


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