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Second man arrested in Hillingdon murder investigation

Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a man in Ryefield Avenue have arrested a second man

Brothers guilty of sexually abusing girls at Hillingdon Council-run children's home

Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, and Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton , were convicted of sexually abusing two girls from a Hillingdon Council-run children's home
Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton and Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, were convicted yesterday at Southwark Crown Court of crimes carried out between May and December 2012

Hillingdon 'assault' death - police treating as murder

Man in his 40s died at scene in Ryefield Avenue following reports of an assault and a post-mortem examination takes place today

Ballymore ready to face the music over Brentford town centre plan

Developer apologises for the two year delay but insists its scheme is the right one for the area.

Two-year-old girl who died after being hit by a car in Wembley Asda named

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An investigation was ordered by a coroner into her death with the inquest was adjourned.

Crime

Second man arrested in Hillingdon murder investigation

Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a man in Ryefield Avenue have arrested a second man

Brothers convicted of sexually abusing two girls at Hillingdon Council-run children's home

Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, and Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton , were convicted of sexually abusing two girls from a Hillingdon Council-run children's home
Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton and Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, were convicted yesterday at Southwark Crown Court of crimes carried out between May and December 2012

Feltham man due to be sentenced after he admits making child porn

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Phillip Gasson today admitted three further charges of making indecent photos of a child. He is due to be sentenced at Kingston Crown Court on October 16
Sarla Gopaldas and Lyndon Matroos of Specsavers

Specsavers celebrating 20 years in Wembley with day of activities and fun

Specsavers in Wembley will be holding a day of celebrations to mark their store's 20th anniversary.

West London rent rises leave parents fearing children will be priced out of area

Rents in some parts of West London have risen by more than a fifth in two years, as figures reveal parents fear their children will be priced out.

10 Phones 4U stores closing as company goes into administration

Phones 4U has gone into administration after losing contracts with EE and Vodafone
Phones 4U's 10 west London stores are closing after the company went into administration with some 5,000 jobs now at risk, writes Norresa Perucho.

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Does your packed lunch need more variety?

Simply Healthy: Time to inject some life into your tired packed lunch

West London weight management guru Aaron Grewal offers readers some alternatives to tired and repetitive packed lunches in his latest column.

Chief exec of North West London Hospitals NHS Trust to step down

David McVittie, the chief executive of the trust that runs hospitals in Harrow and Brent, will leave his post next year following a merger.

Feeding pigeons could be banned in Hounslow

Hounslow Council is considering introducing a borough-wide ban on feeding the birds, which were described last night as a 'health hazard'

Angie Bray MP: Scotland's decision will have huge implications for England too

Regardless of whether its Yes or No, the Scottish independence vote will have wide ranging implications for those of us in England, writes Ealing Central & Acton MP Angie Bray

Education

School caretaker charged on suspicion of sexually assaulting underage girl

The caretaker, who is 32 years old, has now been bailed.

Alex James visits The Smallberry Green Primary School in Isleworth

The Blur bassist turned cheese-maker was at the school this morning, where he showed children how to make butter from cream, to mark Red Tractor Week

Could 24-year-old Olive (an amazing 113 in feline years) be the world's oldest cat?

Owner John Burgess believes his pet could be about to claim the remarkable title after death of previous holder, Poppy from Bournemouth

Scotland votes no: historic referendum sees independence rejected

Better Together supporters celebrate at the Marriot Hotel in Glasgow as Scotland rejected independence, despite the Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow
Scotland votes to save the Union, despite Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow

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Could 24-year-old Olive (an amazing 113 in feline years) be the world's oldest cat?

Dawn raids at suspected crack houses across Hounslow

Police and forensics in Hillingdon after a fatal assault

Man dies and another arrested after assault in Hillingdon

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