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Two arrested after police officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Person hit and killed by train at Whitton station

Commuters have been advised to expect cancellations and delays on services on all Windsor and Reading lines following the incident

Cause of fatal Shepherd's Bush fire is 'non-suspicious'

The fire in a flat in Sawley Road left one man dead at the scene

Labour MP Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship

"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"

Huge 'industrial development' on 30-acre greenfield site gets council planning approval

The vacant site in Hayes will be turned into a 465,000 sq ft light industrial and distribution development - creating more than 650 jobs

Social enterprise café to 'break down barriers' in Hammersmith

New Hammersmith café, Kettle & Crust, aims to train and equip long-term unemployed people for a career in catering

Tag rugby world record attempt to celebrate Rugby World Cup

More than 300 children will attempt to break the record in Richmond's Old Deer Park for the most number of players in a game

'Unhappiness is spurring business boom in Hounslow' - claim

Dissatisfaction may help explain the high number of business start-ups in the borough, new research suggests

Man arrested for punching police officer at Notting Hill Carnival

The officer was injured during an operation tackling alleged laughing gas street trading

'Unlawful' Marlborough School plans to go ahead despite playing fields concerns

Opponents to the controversial scheme to demolish the Victorian school say K&C Council failed to apply for the disposal of school land and are calling for the project to be scrapped

School admissions: All you need to know about application process

All the dates you need to know in your borough if taking part in the school application process this year

Could David Cameron save Kensington Odeon cinema?

The Prime Minister is said to be keeping an eye on the developments as campaigners continue their battle to save the cinema

Student halls shortlisted in search for ugliest new building

Jonathan Notley, who nominated Woodward Hall for Building Design magazine's Carbuncle Cup, says it should be the architects' "tombstone"

Award-winning Isleworth pub stripped of protected status after appeal

The Red Lion, a four time local CAMRA pub of the year winner, was one of only three buildings in Hounslow to be recognised as 'assets of community value'

Chelsea Pensioner, 71, jailed for 'shocking' sex attack on young woman

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The attack followed last year's Chelsea Flower Show - in the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital where Patrick Teegan lived

Four people bailed over shooting of three-year-old girl in Hanworth Park

Three teenage boys and a 23-year-old man have been bailed to a date in early October, police said

Chiswick PhD student prepares to take on half marathon for Diabetes UK

Adrian Brown is currently studying  a PhD looking into the use of low calories formula diets in patients with Type 2 diabetes with insulin

Two Costcutters' shop workers face deportation for 'overstaying visas'

The Home Office said the pair have been transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the UK
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Two arrested after police officer stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival

It was one of several incidents during the street party which saw police injured or officers come under fire

Man arrested for punching police officer at Notting Hill Carnival

The officer was injured during an operation tackling alleged laughing gas street trading

Men arrested following stabbing at Notting Hill Carnival

Three 18-year-old men have been arrested following a stabbing at the annual street party

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

Poundland buys 99p Stores in £55m deal

The takeover was under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority over concerns it would have an impact on competition

New gym opening in Hounslow at old Gala Bingo hall

Xercise4Less will become the latest in a number of gyms in Hounslow town centre when it opens on August 28

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New e-cigarette findings welcomed by quit-smoking group

Kick-It hails new report, which suggests they are much safer than cigarettes and should be available on subscription

Ealing maternity closure has brought 'positives' to Hillingdon

"It's been a positive thing for us because we've been able to put services into place that we've never been able to do before"

Labour MP Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship

"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"

MP criticised over 'tardy' response to constituents' letters and emails

Kensington MP Lady Victoria Borwick promises to take action and says: "I apologise to anybody that feels they have not had an appropriate response from me"

School admissions: All you need to know about the application process

All the dates you need to know in your borough if taking part in the school application process this year

'Unlawful' Marlborough School plans to go ahead despite playing fields concerns

Opponents to the controversial scheme to demolish the Victorian school say K&C Council failed to apply for the disposal of school land and are calling for the project to be scrapped

Spending cuts could see 20,000 police jobs axed

The Home Office said no decisions have been taken on police funding beyond 2015/16 and the core government grant for this financial year is £7.8 billion

Government accused of 'window dressing' after announcing a crackdown on firms that fail to pay staff the new national living wage

Businesses face fines of up to £20,000 and bosses could be barred being company directors if they do not ensure the new wage rise is passed on to staff, said Prime Minister

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Popular Italian restaurant to close after 21 years

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Outfoxed: London Fire Brigade rescued a fox cub that had a bit of trouble earlier this year

London Fire Brigade called out to rescue chimps, hamsters, foxes and cats

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