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Police name pedestrian killed in A4 Brentford crash

Henryk Pawel Luszcz, of Isleworth, died in a collision in Great West Road on May 17

Could you help fund vital op for young Chelsea fan?

The surgery will improve Jude Liversage's balance and ability to walk, and could prevent him being in a wheelchair at the age of 20

Motorcyclist injured in Hayes collision

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London Air Ambulance attended and the injured man was taken to hospital, where he remains, with leg injuries

Kensington and Chelsea schools among best in country, says Ofsted

95% of schools in the royal borough are either 'good' or 'outstanding' - compared to the 81% national average

Hounslow's first Muslim mayor vows to help 'defuse' tensions

Nisar Malik runs a string of halal counters at branches of supermarket Asda

Meeting arranged after protests over plans for school in public park

Learn more about plans for the Floreat Brentford primary free school in Brent Lea Recreation Ground

Fire damages coffee shop in Willesden

Firefighters spent just under an hour tackling the blaze, which damaged half the ground floor

Fire damages coffee shop in Willesden

Firefighters spent just under an hour tackling the blaze, which damaged half the ground floor

Queen's Speech: Full list of 26 Bills and what they mean for you

David Cameron's agenda includes the HS2 Bill, allowing the government to begin work on phase 1 of the controversial high-speed rail link project

London canals make way for ducks!

#Sharethespace designated 'duck lanes' have popped up along a London canal, have you spotted them yet?

Have you seen this missing cat in Eastcote?

An Eastcote pet owner is very worried about her cat, who has been missing for a week

Crime

Car tyres slashed while owners attend charity fundraiser in friend's memory

A group of women had organised the event to raise money for their church and a brain tumor charity, after their friend Caron Mitchell died in March

Startled burglary victim tracks down stolen property to police station

Kevin Tull is beginning a 15 month prison sentence
Police had items stolen by Kevin Tull after he was picked up on a separate matter

Qualified barrister plotted to smuggle tonne of shisha into UK

Mohammed Shaikh, of Hounslow, was working as a jeweller when the drugs were found hidden in a shipment of charcoal sacks

Sky's Osterley training centre named London's best new building

Sky's Believe in Better building and the work to refurbish Hammersmith Flyover were acknowledged at the Institution of Civil Engineers' (ICE) London Engineering Excellence Awards

Don't forget to nominate your favourite Hounslow business

Hounslow Business Awards 2015 search to uncover the best businesses in the borough

Historic Portobello and Golborne Market prepare for 150th anniversary

Portobello Road Market
Buntings, promotions and bargains galore for shoppers on May 30

News in Pictures

Jude Liversage with Didier Drogba

Family of seven-year-old Chelsea fan appeal for help funding vital operation

The surgery will improve Jude Liversage's balance and ability to walk, and could prevent him being in a wheelchair at the age of 20

New healthy lifestyle pilot project rolled out in Notting Hill

Councillors Pat Mason, Mary Weale and Catherine Faulks with some children from St Charles Catholic Primary School
If the three-year Go Golborne project is a success it will be rolled out across the borough

Queen's Speech: Full list of 26 Bills and what they mean for you

David Cameron's agenda includes the HS2 Bill, allowing the government to begin work on phase 1 of the controversial high-speed rail link project

Everything you need to know for the State Opening of Parliament

The Queen is due to reveal what the government's going to do over the next year. Here's everything you need to know about what to expect

Education

West London hospitality graduates secure hotel jobs near Heathrow

Mayors of Hounslow and Hillingdon congratulate 14 youngsters on passing Hospitality in Heathrow programme

Whizz kids preparing to sit GCSE FIVE years early

The 10 and 11-year-olds at Al-Tawheed Arabic School in Feltham are all predicted to get A*s in the language
Walter De Gregorio, FIFA Director of Communications and Public Affairs, addresses the media during a press conference at FIFA headquarters in Switzerland - Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, throwing FIFA deeper into crisis only hours after seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a separate U.S. corruption probe

Fifa election to go ahead despite criminal probe into awarding of 2018 and 2022 World Cups

Seven officials arrested today in separate probe of "rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted" corruption

Harriet Harman fires warning shot to David Cameron over Britain's 'fragile future'

Prime Minister David Cameron (left) Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and acting leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman, process with fellow members through the central lobby during the State Opening of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster in London
Ms Harman joked she shared the status of "interim leader" as she replied to the debate on the Queen's Speech

Videos & Photos

Charity dinner for Nepal earthquake appeal

Jude Liversage with Didier Drogba

Family of seven-year-old Chelsea fan appeal for help funding vital operation

London canals make way for ducks!

Schoolgirls walk Horsenden Hill to raise money for Nepal Earthquake relief effort

Chelsea FC fans enjoy victory parade through Fulham

Cunard liners in Mersey 'river dance' spectacular

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