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Tube strikes: How to get around WITHOUT using Underground

Here's how to get around without taking the Underground during this week's Tube and rail strikes, expected to be "the most chaotic in a decade"

Alice Gross family 'just want answers' over schoolgirl's suspected killer

Alice Gross
The 14-year-old's family want to know whether UK authorities knew, or should have known, that her killer was a convicted murdered abroad

7/7 anniversary: Remembering the victims of the London bombings

We remember all 52 victims - including several from west London - who lost their lives in the 7/7 terrorist attacks

Chelsea Stamford Bridge expansion: Blues in Wembley bid

Reports claim Roman Abramovich is willing to pay £11million a year to use ground

London Underground strikes: All you need to know

The Tube and rail strikes across services in London are likely to cause serious travel disruption for commuters

Duchess of Kent supports 30th anniversary of scanner centre- D

Eve Melsome presents flowers to The Duchess of Kent
The Duchess of Kent opened the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre 30 years ago - and returned for the anniversary event

Chiswick Bridge restored to former glory for 82nd birthday

A bronze plaque was unveiled to mark the milestone moment

Public asked to have say on curbing noisy construction work

New plans up for discussion include banning noisy construction work over weekends

Thousands raised for Marie Curie in UK's biggest charity swimathon

The total figure raised by the leisure centres in Acton and Northolt has now been calculated

Business owners devastated as fire destroys Perivale industrial site

Families are worried about how they will afford to live following what firefighters have called one of the biggest fires in London for a long time

Man admits lying to police officers investigating Redwan El-Ghaidouni shooting murder

Marwais Kakar will be sentenced next month
Marwais Kakar pleaded guilty to making a false statement and will be sentenced in August

Temporary hostel for in Brent given green light

The temporary hostel for homeless Brent families will use a vacant building in Brondesbury Park
"This decision means that we can improve the living standards for these families as well as save the council £75,000 over a period of five months"

More than 1,200 pupils participate in Singing Festival

Four-day event sees primary school children put on a show for parents as part of annual music festival

Charity concerned for welfare of missing 15-year-old

Aslan Azizi, 15, went missing from West Ealing on June 27 and charity Missing People is concerned for his welfare

Queues stretch through Hayes as Asda opens new supermarket

The new ASDA store proved a big hit with locals at the opening celebrations
Hundreds of customers queued for almost an hour to get a first-look in the new 44,000sq-ft supermarket when it opened on Monday morning (July 6)

Grass fire on Hounslow Heath prompts safety warning

Firefighters urged people to dispose of cigarettes and glass bottles to reduce the risk of such fires

Man given ASBO for anti-social and criminal behaviour over the last five years

Mohammed Shakeel is banned from entering an area of Southall  bordered by the Paddington main line railway, Grand Union Canal and Merrick Road

Investigation launched after flooding closes part of District line

Tankers lined up to pump water from tracks near High Street Kensington
Marwais Kakar will be sentenced next month

Man admits lying to police investigating Redwan El-Ghaidouni murder

Marwais Kakar pleaded guilty to making a false statement and will be sentenced in August

Man given ASBO for anti-social and criminal behaviour over the last five years

Mohammed Shakeel is banned from entering an area of Southall  bordered by the Paddington main line railway, Grand Union Canal and Merrick Road

CCTV appeal after suspects distract and steal £400 from elderly woman

After the crime, the woman in her 80s said: "I'm still nervous when I go shopping and always look over my shoulder"
The new ASDA store proved a big hit with locals at the opening celebrations

Queues stretch through Hayes as Asda opens new supermarket

Hundreds of customers queued for almost an hour to get a first-look in the new 44,000sq-ft supermarket when it opened on Monday morning (July 6)

Third Runway and emergency budget will top agenda at Hillingdon Business Expo

Visitors to Hillingdon Business Expo will have plenty to talk about - George Osborne’s emergency budget, the third runway decision and the drones buzzing overhead.

Hillingdon Business Expo: All you need to know about the event

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Hillingdon Business Expo takes place at Brunel University on Thursday July 9

News in Pictures

Volunteers wanted for healthy lifestyle programme to reduce obesity

Obesity is lower than the national average in Ealing in children aged five, but well above the national average at age eleven

Health watchdogs in west London have budgets cut by up to half

Healthwatch England has demanded answers from councils, including Hounslow, Harrow and Ealing, about the scale of the cuts

MPs in bid to protect Hillingdon from 'disastrous impact' of air pollution

Hillingdon MPs debated issues with HS2 and a third runway at Heathrow Airport during a Westminster debate this week

Brentford by-election candidates on key campaign issues

A ballot box
Find out more about the five candidates vying for your vote on July 9

X Factor star talks to children about how bullying affected her childhood

Emily Middlemas spoke to children from Burlington Danes Academy and Old Oak schools

Guru Nanak Sikh Academy: 'Malicious communication' forced school to send 'staff and pupils' home

Guru Nanak Sikh Academy said police "traced the source" of the communication and that "there's no cause for alarm"

Remembrance services have begun to mark the tenth anniversary of the July 7 attacks

Survivors and relatives of victims are attending other services at stations in the capital.

Britain remembers victims of 7/7 London terror attacks ten years on

People look at flowers left by the July 7 memorial plaque at Aldgate Station, London, which names those who were killed in the bombings at the station, as Britain remembers the July 7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on.
52 people were killed by four home-grown terrorists in July 7, 2005

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Ed Sheeran at Wembley Stadium: Everything you need to know

Gala concert to celebrate 50 years of Hillingdon Borough

Maggie's Culture Crawl: charity walk around west London's best-known venues

Memorial garden unveiled for former 'well-loved' headteacher in Acton

The Gate: Treat yourself to a decadent vegetarian meal

Unwanted Brunel students' duvets given to dogs' charities

8 outdoor hidden gems in west London to enjoy with children

Wimbledon 2015: How to avoid a tennis injury this summer

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