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Tree to be planted in honour of Chiswick 'car lady' Anne Naysmith

The homeless former pianist's funeral will take place this Saturday, with the tree to be planted at a later date

Police concerned for welfare of girl missing for more than two weeks

Giorgia Welch-Adesanya, 15, was last seen in Wembley on February 12 and officers are concerned for her welfare

Man admits masturbating in front of pupils at school

Noland Frederick, 48, is due to be sentenced on March 20 after admitting to performing a sexual act in front of a class at a Harrow school

Woman charged with murder of man and child in Notting Hill

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A man in his 40s and a four-year-old girl were found dead in a flat in Notting Hill on Friday

Ealing Tories slam council's creation of £44k senior role despite budget crisis

Ealing Council's Conservatives said the creation of the role was "scandalous", adding: “Residents want services, not more Labour town hall mandarins”

Wembley removal man fined for 'unsightly' flytipping in Brent

Rubbish illegally dumped by Christopher Stokes in Essoldo Way, Brent
Christopher Stokes, owner of PJ Rubbish Removals, must pay up within six months or face a spell behind bars

Chelsea fans face fresh racism allegations over 'Auschwitz chants'

Four men, believed to be Chelsea FC supporters, were taken off the London to Manchester train for allegedly singing racist songs

Chelsea fans face fresh racism allegations over 'Auschwitz chants'

Four men, believed to be Chelsea FC supporters, were taken off the London to Manchester train for allegedly singing racist songs

Coroner backs mandatory drugs education following teen's ecstasy death after rave

The assistant coroner for west London has taken the unusual step of publicly supporting a foundation set up by the parents of Daniel Spargo-Mabbs, 16

Coroner's appeal to find relatives of woman from Feltham

Officers believe Ivy Hawkins was from Feltham and have urged anyone who knows one of her five children to get in touch

Victorian church and historic Sunday school to become homes

Conversion of St George's Church and neighbouring hall in Brentford is approved a decade after they were earmarked for demolition

Crime

Man admits masturbating in front of pupils at school

Noland Frederick, 48, is due to be sentenced on March 20 after admitting to performing a sexual act in front of a class at a Harrow school

Woman charged with murder of man and child in Notting Hill

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A man in his 40s and a four-year-old girl were found dead in a flat in Notting Hill on Friday

Mystery over deaths of man and child in Notting Hill

A woman has been arrested in connection with the deaths of a man, aged in his 40s, and a four-year-old girl, in Colville Square, over the weekend

Fuller's historic Chiswick Bitter runner-up in Beer of the Year awards

West London brew Chisiwck Bitter named runner-up in the Castle Rock beer awards

Hounslow Council reveals exciting vision for Feltham

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"Feltham has huge potential" - Hounslow Council reveals plans for the town and residents are urged to have their say before Monday (March 2)

Hot Yoga exercise bring punters flocking to Eastcote

Hillingdon borough’s first hot yoga studio has opened in Eastcote.

News in Pictures

Figures show 10% of staff costs goes on agency workers at west London mental health trust

A spokesman for Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust said their preference is to use those permanently employed

Save Our NHS protest in Uxbridge against 'creeping privatisation' of service

Members of 38 Degrees gathered signatures for a petition against cuts to the NHS outside Uxbridge tube station on Saturday

New UKIP candidate is champion canoeist and former police inspector

Richard Hendron, who defected from the Tories two years ago, has been chosen to represent UKIP in Brentford and Isleworth

All parties should have quotas for ethnic minority candidates, says MP hopeful

Godson Azu, standing for the All People's Party in Brentford and Isleworth, also backs a third runway at Heathrow

Education

Cllr Gary Malcolm: Ealing school pupils getting a better deal thanks to the Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats in Government are making a difference in schools in Ealing, says local Lib Dem leader Councillor Gary Malcolm in his latest column.

'Saving anthropology A-levels could help prevent home-grown terrorists'

Tomislav Maric, who teaches anthropology at Heston Community School, is backing a national campaign to prevent it being axed as an A-level subject

Footballer Adam Johnson on bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16

Sunderland and England player has been suspended by the club after being questioned by police on Monday

Celebrity Big Brother receives nearly three thousands complaints but Ofcom not investigating

Channel 5 show will not be investigated even though it had 2,736 complaints including 715 about Perez Hilton's behaviour

Videos & Photos

Photo album documents WW2 through eyes of teenage Navy recruit

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh attends squadron parade at RAF Northolt

Job Centre protests as union tries to protect unemployed

Family of WW2 airman in victory over developers planning to bulldoze crash site

Red carpets and chandeliers at Barbara Speake Stage School 70th anniversary

Cats, cats and more cats: Londoners love their feline friends

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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
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Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
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Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
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Deputy Sports Editor
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