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First-look at proposed Brentford FC tower-block flats

Proposed buildings "significantly smaller" than limits set in outline planning permission, says developer as application is expected this summer

Embarrassing Hayes road sign blunder corrected

The company responsible for the Hayes road sign slip-up has corrected its spelling error

Skateboards and loitering banned from Uxbridge car parks

The rules form part of a wider Hillingdon Council plan to ban a raft of activities, including feeding pigeons and using remote-controlled cars in the borough's parks

Thousands sign petition for Harrods worker suspended for taking home free lunch

More than 6,500 have signed a petition criticising the move and calling for the worker to be reinstated at the Subway branch in Harrods

Council works to increase number of primary school spaces

Crackdown on false applications as well as building of new schools and expansion of existing ones

Residents who 'no longer live in fear' award police with plaque

Police had received an anonymous email from neighbours of Marnham Crescent about drug dealing and antisocial behaviour in their area

Poor Norris just wants to be loved

This gorgeous English Bull Terrier has ended up in kennels through no fault of his own and is desperate for a new home

Poor Norris just wants to be loved

This gorgeous English Bull Terrier has ended up in kennels through no fault of his own and is desperate for a new home

Weather: Rain and wind forecast for half-term

The half-term holiday will be marred by cooler weather, with no sign of summer as we head into June

Extra investment in Ealing street lights to reduce antisocial behaviour

Three new schemes in Acton and Northolt will receive £103,000 to improve lighting in a bid to stamp out antisocial behaviour

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

Year 10 pupils at St Augustine’s Priory school in Ealing completed a sponsored walk to raise money for the Nepal relief appeal


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

'Inadequate' care agency placed into special measures

Lean On Me Community Care Services Ltd, which provides at-home carers for clients in Ealing, Hayes and Hounslow, faces possible closure if it fails to improve

Ealing Hospital's maternity unit to close in July, health bosses confirm

Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group's governing body made the decision that Ealing Hospital's maternity unit would close as of July 1
Chelsea and Fulham MP Greg Hands (front right) sits at the Cabinet table

Greg Hands named in cabinet and given powerful position in Treasury

Greg Hands is the first MP from Chelsea or Fulham since 1970 to sit on the cabinet table

Boris Johnson answers Twitter questions in #askboris

Boris Johnson shows off sense of humour with Twitter Q&A #askboris and blames being a "weirdo" on his "genes and upbringing"


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
In this Oct. 29, 2007 file photo, a person stands next to the FIFA logo at the FIFA headquarter in Zurich, Switzerland. The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said six soccer officials have been arrested and detained pending extradition at the request of U.S. authorities ahead of the FIFA congress in Zurich. In a statement Wednesday, May 27, 2015, the FOJ said U.S. authorities suspect the officials of having received paid bribes totaling millions of dollars. (Steffen Schmidt/Keystone via AP, File)

Fifa in crisis after six officials arrested in Switzerland over bribes investigation

Vice-president Jeffrey Webb Jeffrey Webb believed to be among those held but not president Sepp Blatter

No homicide probe into BB King death despite claims he was poisoned

US blues musician BB King
Blues star died in Las Vegas earlier this month aged 89

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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

Greenford school wins in London's most outstanding architecture awards

Teddies stolen from grave of Uxbridge toddler Oliver Joyce

Hundreds sign petition against 'cruise ship' development

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