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Hanwell schoolgirl goes to prom on a Harley Davidson in touching gesture by bikers after she lost her father

Eliza Jane tragically lost her dad when he was hit by a bus last year - but bikers rallied together to make her prom night extra special

David Lloyd leisure centre chain to face trial after six-year-old boy nearly drowned in Hounslow pool

High-end leisure chain David Lloyd has been charged with exposing a person to risk of drowning at its Hounslow centre

Man's body pulled from canal in Ealing

The man's body was pulled from the Grand Union Canal, close to Three Bridges in Southall, on Sunday (July 24) morning

Ealing Council to impose new licencing rules on landlords in New Year

It will soon be a legal requirement for landlords to obtain a licence to operate a house in multiple occupation (HMO)

Pokemon GO players warned after two phones snatched on same day in Westminster

Fans of the game have been advised to remain aware of their surroundings so they don't fall prey to crooks while pursuing the animated monsters

Gang jailed for string of violent robberies at jewellery stores in west London

The gang raided stores in Ealing, Hounslow and Southall, where a knife was held to the owner's throat

Increase in recycling after Ealing wheelie bins has been linked to fly tipping

Ealing Council said it has improved recycling since the introduction of new wheelie bins - but there are claims this is offset by fly tipping

Pokémon GO: British company release insurance aimed at masters who might damage their phone 'in the wild'

Row promises trainers they will be able to have a replacement 'Pokédex' within 24hours if their claim is accepted

Scooby, Skippy and Sammy need a home after a tragic fire left them homeless

Animal columnist Marion Garnett tells the tale of the trio of cats looking for their new home

Four Met Police staff face misconduct action over handling of Hayes woman Anita Kapoor's murder

Anita Kapoor was found dead in a lay-by in Buckinghamshire last year after she was strangled by Navin Mohan from Southall

Majority of Norwood Green travellers move on to make camp on Ealing Common

Caravans were seen pitching up on Ealing Common in the early hours of Wednesday and are believed to have come from Norwood Green

Getwestlondon round-up: Your top five stories of the week

From a driver caught on camera in collision with a motorbike, to a raging fire in a block of flats in Feltham to new Chelsea boss' first day

Norwood Green residents want protective barrier to prevent further traveller camps

The Residents Association are asking people to email or write to Norwood Green's councillors to show their support

Norwood Green residents to hold demonstration as new traveller camp appears days after last one cleared

Around 20 caravans have appeared on the green again, although it is thought to be a different group to the one that recently left

Pokémon GO release in the UK means game can finally take over our lives too

The game had only previously been officially available in the US, Australia and New Zealand but has now crossed the seas to arrive in the UK

Watch the moment delivery driver collides with motorbike in Southall, refuses to give insurance details and drives away

The motorcyclist uploaded the video to YouTube after the crash. WARNING video contains strong language

Complete FA Cup draw for EVERY west London club in Extra-Preliminary round

If it only seems five minutes since Manchester United lifted the world's most famous domestic trophy - believe it or not, the 2016/17 competition is almost on us

Travellers on Norwood Green claim they did not realise village fair was planned, after organisers cancel

Travellers in the camp on Norwood Green say they would have moved on if they had known there was an event planned

Where are homeowners selling up most in west London?

New figures show that homeowners in Southall are the least likely in the UK to sell their homes

What is the process for removing the travellers from Norwood Green?

Ealing Council have started proceedings to remove the travellers on the site, but residents are concerned with how long this is taking

Travellers camp on Norwood Green forces annual village fair to move

The Norwood Green Village Day will now take place on Norwood Hall Playing Field on Saturday

Travellers set up near children's playground in Southall

Around six caravans appeared on Norwood Green this week, but the council says it is working on moving them on

Angry campaigners gather outside Ealing Hospital as children's ward closes for the last time

Ealing Hospital's children's ward is due to close today as part of NHS reforms in London- sparking a protest outside

Ealing Hospital's children's ward set to close today as campaigners plan protest

Campaigners are planning to protest outside the hospital from 12.30pm as its children's ward faces closure

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Around 100 people escape from burning block of flats above Asda store in Feltham

Firefighters contain damage to a five-room third floor flat above Asda supermarket in the town centre

Hounslow 'stands up to hate' as hundreds pay tribute at Jo Cox vigil

Hounslow mayor says tragedy should not scare politicians from standing up for residents

Timid twosome Pinky and Perky need Tabby lovers to offer new home

This week, animal columnist Marion Garnett tells the tale of shy siblings Pinky and Perky, only just five months old

Getwestlondon round-up: Your top five stories of the week

From flash flooding and thunderstorms to fighting at a funfair, here are the top five stories you were reading and sharing last week

Parents facing loss of Ealing's Heller House offered alternative care as far away as Croydon

Respite centre Heller House is expected to close in July and parents are concerned taking their children for care outside of Ealing will have an impact on them

Hounslow man jailed for planning Remembrance Day ISIS-style beheading

Nadir Syed was sentenced at the Old Bailey after planning to carry out a brutal murder similar to that of Fusilier Lee Rigby in 2013

Southall

Southall has earned the nickname ‘Little India’ owing to its large Asian population but it is also a model example of different cultures, backgrounds and faiths co-existing together. With more investment in the area than ever before and a housing boom expected to coincide with the Crossrail project, Southall is on the rise.

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Salina Patel
Hounslow
Katherine Clementine
Uxbridge
David Rivers
Ealing
Goolistan Cooper
Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster
Ryan O'Donovan
Harrow and Brent
Robert Cumber
Hounslow
Emily Chudy
What's On Reporter
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Tom Moore
Sports Reporter
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter