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Billionaire enjoys Knightsbridge meal as he watches wardens ticket his gold super cars

Saudi Turki Bin Abdullah barely flinched when his £370,000 run-about was given an £80 ticket


High Street Kensington Tube station reopens after fire crew deals with flood

Trains had stopped at the station after a problem in an electrics intake room in nearby shops

London mayor hopeful Sian Berry joins row over future of North Kensington Library

The Green candidate said it should remain in public use during a visit, but Kensington & Chelsea Council says criticism is 'almost laughable'

Eight people escape from laundrette fire in Maida Vale

Fire crews from Paddington and North Kensington tackled a fire in Maida Vale on Tuesday evening (April 26)

Nine fun things to do in west London this May Bank Holiday weekend

Monday May 2 is a bank holiday across the UK, and you should make the most of your time off... Here's what's going on in west London

Public responds to appeal to attend ceremony for Kensington First World War hero

No family of Humphrey Firman could be traced, but a crowd still stood to remember the brave actions which saw him posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross

Super car worth £10m slapped with £120 parking fine in Kensington

The classic car dealership lumbered with the fine said it was "probably the most expensive car ever ticketed”

Van Morrison to perform at Nell's Jazz and Blues Bar in Kensington

Legendary singer/songwriter Van Morrison is coming to Kensington this summer to perform two special shows

Ealing football fan 'killed unlawfully' in Hillsborough crush, jury rules

The findings of the inquest conclude all 96 victims of the 1989 tragedy were 'unlawfully killed', and criticise police actions on the day

Hillsborough verdict: Family of Ealing student Joe McCarthy await outcome of inquest into 96 stadium deaths

Joe McCarthy was just 21 when he died in the disaster which claimed the lives of 95 other Liverpool fans

Calls for heavy 'hindrance' gates to be removed from West Kensington estate

A resident says elderly people feel they would be better off without the gates, while H&F promise to gauge public opinion

Apparently, west Londoners are 31 times more likely to die from air pollution than in a car accident

Climate change campaigners say they knew the "aviation industry's emissions are killing us" but Heathrow Airport believes cars are the cause of air pollution

Bobby Moore's widow visits Kensington hotel to promote Football Shirt Friday fundraiser for her husband's charity

Stephanie Moore MBE visited Royal Garden Hotel where staff are wearing Bobby's famous red No 6 England jersey as part of #footballshirtfriday

Kensington man arrested after police find £10m of Class A drugs in helicopter

Two Dutch nationals who who flew the aircraft in from Belgium have also been arrested

Lest we forget - public asked to attend service to First World War hero after attempts to trace family fail

No family belonging to VC recipient Humphrey Firman have been found ahead of a service in Kensington on April 25

Teenager shot in Notting Hill in area's third violent incident in 24 hours

It is was the third severe injury suffered in 24 hours in the area following two separate stabbings nearby in North Kensington

Man found by crashed car with stab wounds in North Kensington, hours after similar attack

The incident in Harrow Road followed another stabbing in a car hours earlier in nearby St Helens Gardens, but police are not linking the crimes

Man in serious condition after being stabbed in car in Kensington

Trident police investigators have made one arrest and want people with information to come forward

Here's where to spot the celebratory train tour on the Queen's 90th birthday

The train will be winding through London and Surrey to celebrate the Queen's birthday this Thursday - here's where to see it

Get out the history books... a blue plaque could make your house worth THREE TIMES more

Tamir Davies' study looks at how much value is added to homes by a blue plaque  - which show a link between the building a famous person from history

See what happened when young people got put in charge of interior design at 17th century Brentford manor house

Youngsters from Hounslow and Richmond sought inspiration from the Jacobean era for a new exhibition at Boston Manor House, in Brentford

Record breaking levels of scarlet fever reported in west London

Ealing sees the biggest rise in reported cases of bacterial infection followed by Hounslow

New group launched to help west Londoners find work

The Best Chance programme will  primarily help people from H&F, Ealing and Hounslow

Community looks at ways to improve road under Westway flyover

They were joined by designers to come up with ideas to encourage visitors to Thorpe Close

National Tea Day: Eight cute cafés and tea shops to visit in west London

Why not celebrate National Tea Day enjoying a brew in one of these cute cafés and tea rooms in west London?

TV wildlife expert to give elephant talk in Kensington

Saba Douglas-Hamilton will bring her A Life With Elephants tour to the Royal Geographical Society

13 Instagrams that will make you want to explore west London this spring

We pick our favourite Instagram posts capturing the weather cheering up this year

Special thanks for newsagent and customers after £1,500 raised for hospital charity

DJ News in Ladbroke Grove has raised the total over 10 years from a shop counter collection tin

Mean Girls actress Lindsay Lohan splashes out on diamond Southall ring

The star was at the Asian Awards in London earlier this month where she bought the ring for an undisclosed fee

Four runners aim for London Marathon world record - dressed as a fire engine

The London Fire Brigade team hope to break the record for the fastest time in a four-person costume


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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