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Schoolgirl leaps to victory at international show jumping competition

Millie Mason and her horse Freddie leapt over fences 1.3m-high to claim gold in Spain

Workers escape after fire at building undergoing refurbishment

Emergency services received 35 calls from concerned members of the public

West African art exhibition comes to Kensington for third year

Aabru art is the leading platform for modern and contemporary west African art, and you can see its Transcending Boundaries exhibition in Kensington this spring

BAFTA nominations: Hammersmith's Benedict Cumberbatch up for TV award

The BAFTA TV awards will celebrate the very best of television from 2014 and will be held next month

Restaurant offers refuge to residents evacuated from Marylebone flats fire

Around 60 firefighters spent more than two hours tackling the blaze, in which no one is believed to have been injured

'Cyclists may hold vital information about fatal Victoria crash'

Police issue a fresh appeal for witnesses to the lorry collision which left 36-year-old Claire Hitier-Abadie dead

A car exhaust adds to air pollution in London

Heathrow air pollution forecast 'could be show-stopper for third runway'

Latest government figures suggest air quality around the airport will breach EU limits in 2030 even without a new landing strip

Tragic cyclist killed in Victoria lorry crash named by police

Police have identified the cyclist killed in a collision in Victoria this week as Claire Hitier-Abadie, a 36-year-old French national living in Marylebone, Westminster

Aspiring Marylebone journalists get a visit from former Empire Magazine editor

Students at DLD College London have been inspired to go into the media industry after a visit from Helen O'Hara

Nando's opens new restaurant in the West End

Nando's opened the doors of its new restaurant in St Christopher's Place this week

Chef Patron Arnaud Stevens

Food Review: Smuggle your date to Sixtyone for an evening of sumptuous food this Valentine's Day

Food reviewer Adrian Seal discovers what's on offer for Valentine's visitors at Sixtyone in Marylebone.

Family and friends in shock after 'polite, intelligent and quiet' student fatally stabbed

Police will be in Salisbury Street, Marylebone this evening as they appeal for more information after Bilal Mirza, 18, of Queen's Park was fatally stabbed there

Boy, 16, in court over Bilal Mirza murder in Marylebone

Bilal Mirza, 18, of North Kensington, died on Thursday after being stabbed in the leg

One of the stained glass windows at St Dunstan’s Church

Looking Back: Stone in a Feltham churchyard has a life story behind it

Eddie Menday uncovers the life of Susan Chick, who was buried with her son in St Dunstan’s, Feltham in 1839 and whose story features in a new book.

Major west London hospital trust misses A&E target waiting times for 13th week

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Imperial College NHS Trust has missed the four hour target for over two months while other west London trusts have also missed the target

Westminster Albanian money laundering gang jailed and deported

The four criminals were caught with £300,000 in cash by the NCA

The classy interior of Sixtyone, at 61 Upper Berkeley Street, W1H

Food Review: Former Gherkin head chef has made Sixtyone in Marylebone a must-try experience

Adrian Seal eats at Sixtyone, 61 Upper Berkeley Street, London W1H 7PP. Telephone 020 7958 3222 www.sixtyonerestaurant.co.uk

Ideas of places to eat out in west London over the festive season

If Christmas shopping leaves you feeling peckish or in need of a good night out, we've compiled a list of some good London locations to eat out.

Hospital chief responsible for A&E closure pulls out of £120,000 taxpayer funded US study tour

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Dr Tracey Batten pulled out of the trip at the last minute after campaigners expressed their outrage at using taxpayer's money to go on the American trip

Police assaulted during Million Mask March in Westminster

Ten people were arrested during the Million Mask March last night.

West London hospitals' boss: 'We need to change our outlook to wellness not illness'

Alix Culbertson spoke to Dr Tracey Batten, the chief executive of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the body which runs Hammersmith, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea, Charing Cross, St Mary’s and Western Eye Hospitals.

Free hot chocolate for every skater at Wembley's new outdoor ice rink

North west London will have an outdoor ice rink - at the London Designer Outlet under Wembley Stadium's arches - and there'll be a Christmas market too.

Celebrities take over tube Tannoys for Poppy Day

Famous voices ranging from Brian Blessed and Stephen Fry to John Terry and the man who does the X Factor will be making tube announcements for London Poppy Day on Thursday (October 30)

CANVAS is at 1 Wilbraham Place, Chelsea SW1X 9AE

Food Review: Passion is the extra ingredient at CANVAS in Chelsea

Adrian Seal eats at CANVAS by Michael Riemenschneider, 1 Wilbraham Place, Chelsea SW1X 9AE. Telephone 0207 823 4463 www.canvaschelsea.com

Londoners to join Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution in Marylebone tonight

A pro-democracy demonstration outside the Chinese Embassy will start at 7pm today (October 1)

Westminster Magistrates Court

Man found with four guns and live ammo in Notting Hill

Nathan Cuffy, 25, of Dartmouth Close appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court today following his arrest on Friday (September 26)

Pair charged with gun possession and another arrested in Notting Hill today

Two men arrested on Wednesday (Sep 24) in Marylebone have been charged with having a gun to endanger life and another was arrested in Notting Hill today

Breaking: 'Gang members' arrested as Russian handgun seized in Marylebone

Five men were arrested last night in Marylebone for having a Baikal loaded handgun

Thousands campaign against NHS 'sell-off' in Trafalagar Square

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Save Our Hospital campaigners performed a 'die-in' in Hammersmith's Lyric Square before joining others at a rally in Trafalgar Square, including Billy Bragg and Bill Bailey

Jailed: Teen who ripped £50,000 of jewellery from woman in car

Gang member Remy McLeod, 19, ripped earrings and a Rolex from a woman in St John's Wood after forcing his way into her car.

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Uxbridge
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Uxbridge
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Ealing
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Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster
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Harrow and Brent
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Hounslow
Camilla Horrox
Ealing
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Sports Reporter
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Hounslow
Tim Street
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