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Concern after dementia sufferer from Westminster goes missing

Police and the family of 79-year-old Alfred Ryan say they are growing increasingly concerned

Campaigners rally outside Westminster Hall at Ealing Hospital debate

A debate on Ealing Hospital was scheduled after MP Virendra Sharma applied for one through a ballot

Man injured in fall from Westminster Bridge on to concrete steps

Witness says shocked office workers watched the air ambulance helicopter land in Parliament Square and paramedics rush to the man's aid

London Assembly elections: West Central candidates appeal to first-time voters in school hustings

The candidates discussed the burning issues in west London in front of event was organised by sixth form pupils and took place at Cardinal Vaughan School near Holland Park


Recap: Ealing Hospital future is debated at Westminster Hall

Reporter David Rivers provides live updates from Westminster Hall, where petitioners and MPs will be debating changes at Ealing Hospital

Massive rise in mega-basement planning applications in Hammersmith and Fulham

The number of these underground home extensions has more than doubled in a five-year period

Changes to Ealing Hospital WILL be debated in Westminster Hall following successful plea

The House of Commons Petitions Committee has scheduled a debate on Ealing Hospital after a petition failed to achieve this


Woman 96, dies after being hit by a lorry in Westminster

The elderly pedestrian suffered extensive head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene

Public asked for design ideas for Paddington Place development after ditching of 'Skinny Shard' plans

A planning weekend is taking place in which public suggestions for a new landmark building at Paddington Place are welcomed

Arrests made in Westminster drugs and prostitution crackdown

A joint operation featuring police and other organisations and agencies took place at the weekend, with focus on the Paddington area

Hounslow students inspired by audience with Barack Obama

Pupils from Cranford Community College were in the front row as the US president urged young people to 'reject cynicism'

What's going on in west London this week, including a fun jazz and big band concert in Hillingdon

Find out what's going on in west London this week, including music concerts, exhibitions, classes, plays and more!

Months to prepare, two hours to tidy up... London Marathon 2016 clean-up is over in a flash!

Rubbish and recycling weighing the same as a white rhinoceros was collected by a Westminster Council team in just two hours

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

London Marathon 2016: Take a look at the most weird and wonderful costumes

Thousands of runners took part in one of the most gruelling marathons in the world but it wouldn't be complete without some comedy character 

Danny Cipriani's lawyer fails in bid to have drink drive trial thrown out

A lawyer representing the fly-half tried to argue a delay in evidence should have forced the trial to be thrown out

Outcry from campaigners as Paddington 30-storey skyscraper approved

A skyscraper that will change the Paddington skyline has been approved by Westminster council, to the despair of protesters

Parliament rejects petition calling for debate on Ealing Hospital reforms

100,229 had signed a petition urging debate on Ealing Hospital changes but House of Commons refused

What's going on in west London this weekend, including the annual London Marathon!

Find out what's going on in every area of west London, including plays, exhibitions, musical concerts and, of course, the London Marathon 2016!

School classroom updated

Demand for primary schools growing as figures show many children missed out on first choice

Anxious parents have found out this week which schools their children have got into, and some are not going to be happy...

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

23% of adults in Hillingdon are classed as obese

Revealed: How many adults in west London are obese?

The new interactive map shows what percentage of adults in west London boroughs are obese

Record breaking levels of scarlet fever reported in west London

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


Arrests made after Greenpeace historic landmark demonstrations in London

The environmental group scaled Nelson's Column and other statues to highlight the capital's problem with air pollution

Two Greenpeace activists climbed Nelson’s Column at 4am on Monday (April 18).

Greenpeace activists take over London monuments in air pollution protest

The protesters climbed the likes of Nelson's Column, Baudica and even the statue of Thierry Henry

Watch England rugby player Danny Cipriani arrive at Westminster court for drink driving trial

The rugby fly-half allegedly ploughed his £60,000 Mercedes into a Toyota after a man-of-the-match performance in an international match

Three people taken to hospital after being rescued from Bayswater hotel blaze

Around 200 people were evacuated after a fire broke out in the basement on Friday (April 15) night

Ealing renters complained about their landlords more than ANYWHERE in UK

Figures obtained from Freedom of Information Requests reveal Ealing Council received more complaints from private renters than anywhere in UK

Missing Maida Vale man with dementia is found after police appeal

Police said Richard Cummings, 85, was found after being admitted to an east London hospital, and was safe and well

What's going on in west London this weekend, including The Cat Empire at The Eventim Apollo

Find out what's going on in every area of west London, including a fun music concert, exhibitions, and a brilliant Easter pantomime!


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