However figures released by NHS England show that one in 10 patients are still waiting too long at some west London A&Es.
There will be bad delays for commuters changing between the Victoria line and the Circle and District from this Sunday when works to put lifts in start
Recent crises in the local NHS are the results of decisions in Westminster, argues Feltham and Heston Labour MP Seema Malhotra
in her latest column.
NHS Blood and Transplant say blood and platelets are often crucial in the treatment of the cancer patients
Ealing Borough Commander Andy Rowell was dismissed last week after being arrested almost two years ago in February 2013 after allegations of leaking information to a journalist were made against him.
Mr Sharma met privately with Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana to discuss the Indian dispersion in both America and United Kingdom.
Figures have revealed the two boroughs are in the top 10 places in England for pensioners to suffer injuries from falls
Mohammed Abdul Qayyum, 36, had a fight with his wife and mother-in-law which ended up with him stabbing the elderly woman seven times in St Johns' Wood
Nearly three quarters of benefit claimants in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea have been doing so for three or more out of four years
Police are still searching for three more youths involved in the assault where an 18-year-old was stabbed seven times
Jordan Loughran, who starred iin the Disney Channel's Evermoor and is now appearing in The Chronicles of Kalki at the Gate Theatre, says she loves the freedom of playing adolescents
Researchers from the university have created a map of the capital which shows that people with specific personality types flock to certain areas in a phenomenon dubbed ‘geographical clustering’.
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
Everybody knows house prices in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea are sky-high, but how much would you pay if prices from 20 years ago had only increased with inflation?
Bilal Mirza, 18, of North Kensington, died on Thursday after being stabbed in the leg
A multitude of drug packing equipment, a gun, £100,000 in cash and more cocaine was found after police chased a van through Pimlico
Four hospitals comprising of three trusts had no spare beds this week as the NHS winter crisis continued to bite.
Police are asking for anyone with information to come forward after an 18-year-old male was stabbed multiple times in Salisbury Street, Lisson Grove last night (January 8)
London Ambulance Service was the best in the country however for getting back in contact with patients treated at the scene
Police have reclaimed £21million from convicted criminals in the last year and say it shows that crime doesn't pay.
Those living in Kensington have the most confidence in the police than any other neighbourhood in the capital
The percentage of children living in too-small family homes in London can now be revealed thanks to census data.
Imperial College NHS Trust has missed the four hour target for over two months while other west London trusts have also missed the target
Housing provider Peabody is offering a 13-week parenting course for Westminster residents to help them build stronger and closer relationships.
The gap between boys and girls achieving good GCSE results was the largest in west London this year, and wider than the English average
A new TV series uncovering the world of battle re-enactment hobbyists brought Cromwell's Roundhead army back to the borough of Westminster.
Wandsworth Council has launched an international competition for someone to design a pedestrian and cycle bridge over the Thames to link Nine Elms with Pimlico.
The four criminals were caught with £300,000 in cash by the NCA
Public Health England has launched a hard-hitting campaign to highlight how smoking damages the body.
With 250,000 people heading into London to usher in the New Year, St John Ambulance is deploying over 125 first aiders to keep revellers safe.