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Ealing Council leader has 'no case to answer to' on home claims

The council's opposition leader Greg Stafford had called for a formal investigation into the housing arrangements

Festival to celebrate Rugby World Cup trophy's visit to Hounslow

Redlees Park in Isleworth will host the Webb Ellis Cup on September 13, five days before the tournament begins down the road at Twickenham Stadium

Deliverance at last for Whitton postcode campaigners

Consultation begins over plans to make Whitton a postal district after householders complained they were paying the price of having Hounslow in their address

Emaciated and injured cat found cowering in garden

Poor Grassy was emaciated, injured and frightened when he was found by the RSPCA cowering in a garden

Tree-rific Hounslow: Hundreds of new trees planted

Hundreds of trees planted in Hounslow, Feltham, Cranford, Heston, and Osterley as part of a London-wide initiative

General Election: Expat living in France to contest Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat

James Jackson cannot vote in the UK, which he hopes to do something about, but could theoretically win a seat in the House of Commons

Election 2015: Your chance to meet the candidates in Ealing and Acton

If you have questions to ask the candidates, please email them to cmynors@gmail.com

Election 2015: Your chance to meet the candidates in Ealing and Acton

If you have questions to ask the candidates, please email them to cmynors@gmail.com

Brent police investigating distraction burglary of 60-year-old woman

The men tricked their way into the home and forced a woman to remove her jewellery

Jill Dando cops failed to act on rape threat letters before her murder in Fulham

Her fellow TV host Alice Beer tells for the first time how she too was targeted by the maniac who threatened to rape and kidnap her and Jill

Gurnell Leisure Centre could see major £33m re-design with new homes

One councillor said the plans for a leisure centre and new homes will "transform the area and open up green space"

Crime

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Teenagers who chased and fatally stabbed man in Harlesden convicted

David Headlam, then just 19, was "walking home with a friend" when he was pursued through Harlesden and brutally stabbed in a residential street

Cyclist stabbed five times in 'unprovoked attack' in Greenford

The victim suffered five stab wounds to his legs, chest, armpit and back - and collapsed shortly after the attack not realising the severity of his injuries

Three teenagers convicted of fatally stabbing 'vulnerable' man in Northolt

Police say the motive for the attack is unclear but the criminals took advantage of the victim's 'frailties' and had been using his home for drug dealing
The newly redeveloped Wembley Central shopping centre

Wembley Central invites you to fun-filled day to mark shop openings

The newly redeveloped shopping centre celebrates its new appearance

Building noise 'driving away customers' from Japanese restaurant

Builders say they are taking steps to "minimise disruption" after the owner of Suzu in Hammersmith complained of vibrations causing plates and bottles to crash to the floor

London's unemployed given a start on the career ladder

Anthony Radwell is presented with his certificate after completing the 'Give Someone a Start' scheme
Thanks to a new programme run by Thames Water, London's unemployed are now more attractive to employers

News in Pictures

Alexandra Dixon with Edward Heaton

Brain tumour patient calls for more investment in 'most deadly' cancer

Alexandra Dixon, from Chelsea, is receiving treatment following a second brain tumour diagnosis

West Middlesex Hospital maternity team receive Baby Friendly award

Award recognises top care for mothers and babies at West Middlesex Hospital

Election 2015: Your chance to meet the candidates in Ealing and Acton

If you have questions to ask the candidates, please email them to cmynors@gmail.com

Election 2015: What YOU want from your politicians

Parliament
Reducing transport costs, stop west London hospital A&E closures and capping rents to help first-time buyers: Some of your top manifesto points

Education

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Slice of toast nearly causes student accommodation fire in Chelsea

A build-up of crumbs caught alight, leading to the evacuation of 200 people

Hounslow school makes country's top 100 list

St Mark's Catholic School has been hailed by ministers after being rated in the top 100 nationally for three key performance measures
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls gives a speech on Labour's manifesto commitment not to raise VAT during the next parliament at the IET Birmingham on Tuesday

Morning news headlines: Labour's tax battle; Internet terror warning; binge drinking cost

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Bets are on for the royal baby's name

Alice, Charlotte, Victoria, Arthur, Henry and James are amongst the favorite names for punters

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Election 2015: Your chance to meet the candidates in Ealing and Acton

Dog's life! Middlesex landlords least tolerant of tenants having furry friends

Jill Dando cops failed to act on rape threat letters before her murder in Fulham

Vaisakhi procession in Hounslow attracts huge crowds to dazzling orange spectacle

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
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Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
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