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Police name pensioner killed in Marylebone lorry collision

Herta Groves, 96, was killed in the collision in Wigmore street on the afternoon of April 27

BHS administration: 'No-one is to blame' says owner as stores set to continue trading for now

Collapse of high street giant BHS made official as administrators confirm west London stores and head office among those in danger

Life sentences for two west London jihadists who planned to kill soldiers, police and the public

Four are jailed in total after men planned drive-by shootings on mopeds and researched key locations in Shepherd's Bush and White City   

The Night Tube service will run on Friday and Saturday nights

Calls to postpone Night Tube amid fears over noise and vibration disturbance

London Assembly member Murad Qureshi calls for Night Tube delay after survey reveals 90% of residents already suffering from noise disturbance

West London jihadists guilty of plotting to murder soldiers, police and public

The ISIS extremists, plotted to execute British soldiers and researched Shepherds Bush Police Station and a White City Territorial Army Centre

House prices in one Westminster postcode increase by 1,875% in 20 years - but how has your area's value changed?

Some addresses in Westminster, Belgravia and Knightsbridge have increased in price by up to 20 times in the last 20 years

Homecare organisation Bluebird Care in Westminster receives impressive CQC rating

Bluebird Care, which delivers home and community care in Westminster received an over rating of Good

New BID to boost business in Westminster district

The formation of the Business Improvement District in Marble Arch comes following a vote

Winding your way down on Baker Street could be about to change, with introduction of two-way traffic

Feedback sought on proposals to change the road - famous from the Gerry Rafferty hit - to allow two-way traffic. But how many lyrics from the song can you spot?

Charity which cooks three-course meals for vulnerable people using supermarket leftovers set to open

The national FoodCycle charity will open its new project in Marylebone next month

TfL are offering party goers free travel on New Year's Eve

Residents disturbed by Tube noise urged to speak out

The London Labour group wants to know how bad the problem is in Marylebone

Ladbroke Grove actress to star in 2016 Netflix movie Confessions of Isabella

Mary Cruz, raised in Kensington and Chelsea, has moved to LA to pursue her acting dreams and will now be starring in a brand-new Netflix film

Dozens of jobs to go in Tesco branch closure in Marylebone

A total of 36 members of staff work in the Tesco Express branch, which has been operating for 13 years

Police want to speak to this man after bus passengers assaulted in separate attacks

They are linking two incidents, which happened within an hour of each other, and saw one victim require hospital treatment

West London trio jailed for trafficking Thai nationals for prostitution ring

Female and transgender victims were recruited in Thailand and brought to the UK, where they were forced into prostitution

Kensington firefighters stand guard to honour London Fire Brigade's first black fireman

The funeral of Arthur Bailey, who lived near Ladbroke Grove, took place on Monday (January 11)

David Bowie tributes: When Ziggy played guitar one last time in Hammersmith

Music fans have been rocked by the death of David Bowie. Getwestlondon looks at the photos and the background behind his most famous concert

Two escape from burning flat in Marylebone

One occupant needed treatment for smoke inhalation after the fire on the first floor of an eight-storey block

Marylebone businesses donate more than 400 Christmas toys to kids in need

The Baker Street Quarter Partnership’s Smarter Giving programme saw 46 businesses help five children’s charities and groups

Great British Bake Off star to conduct orchestra during fundraiser

Sue Perkins is well experienced with a baton, after winning a BBC TV show on conducting in 2008

Popstar Ellie Goulding to work at homeless centre in Marylebone over Christmas

Singer Ellie Goulding has agreed to be patron of a London-based homeless project and will be volunteering there over Christmas

Marylebone station evacuated after fire breaks out on train

Around 500 people were cleared from the station concourse, and firefighters spent two-and-a-half hours tackling the blaze

Top 10 restaurants we've reviewed in 2015

We've dined at some amazing restaurants and reviewed them for you, so here is a taste of the very best we visited this year

Westminster road named Angela Hooper Place in honour of late Tory councillor

A plaque was also laid in memory of Cllr Angela Hooper's 25 years' service

West London schools fly high in annual league table

Schools in Hounslow, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster excel in the Sunday Times Schools Guide

Piece of literary history up for grabs... if you have more than £3m to spare

Marylebone apartment where H. G. Wells hosted his book club is on the market for £3.65m

Son of billionaire steel company owner dies after falling from Marylebone flat

Angad Paul, son of billionaire Lord Paul who owns steel company Caparo, has died after falling from his penthouse flat

Expected traffic delays: A406 Neasden

Traffic delays expected as A406 Neasden major roadworks begin

Transport for London have urged to check before you travel to avoid major A406 roadworks at Neasden this Diwali

New railway link opens to ease commuting from London to Oxford

With rail forecasts set to double over the next decade, Network Rail chiefs said they are pleased with the new line.

Burglary, robbery and domestic abuse top priorities for Hounslow's new top cops

Crime-fighting duo Acting Detective Chief Superintendent Raj Kohli and Superintendent Mike Hill settle into new roles

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