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Shopkeeper wishes 'no harm' to knifepoint robber who struck twice in five days

Newsagent Ghanshyam Patel had not been robbed in 25 years before Andre Rose, jailed for 40 months, held a knife to his throat

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

Kensington has fewest first-time voters for 2015 General Election

Ealing North has the highest proportion of first-time voters on the electoral roll in west London, while Kensington has the fewest

Row over Vince Cable's appearance at Heathrow rally

The Twickenham MP is listed as the headline speaker for the anti-expansion rally, but business leaders claim his original billing breached the ministerial code of conduct

Woman arrested after man and four-year-old girl found dead in Notting Hill

Police were called to an address in Notting Hill at around 8pm on Friday (February 27), after neighbours raised about the welfare of its occupants

Concerns grow for missing Surrey man who could be in Victoria

Police are continuing to search for missing Epsom man John Walsh who has not been seen since Friday (February 27)

Ickenham trader retires after 20 years selling local souvenirs

Sheena Rosser, 69, is to retire after running her souvenir shop PhotosOnThings for 20 years

Ickenham trader retires after 20 years selling local souvenirs

Sheena Rosser, 69, is to retire after running her souvenir shop PhotosOnThings for 20 years

Priest convicted of historic sexual assault at children's home

Father Anthony McSweeney, 68, was convicted of sexually assaulting a boy and making indecent photographs following a 10-day trial

Minister visits Aspire charity in Stanmore

Minister of State for Disabled People visited Aspire in Stanmore for a tour of the facilities and to meet staff

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)

Crime

Shopkeeper wishes 'no harm' to knifepoint robber who struck twice in five days

Newsagent Ghanshyam Patel had not been robbed in 25 years before Andre Rose, jailed for 40 months, held a knife to his throat

Priest convicted of historic sexual assault at children's home

Father Anthony McSweeney, 68, was convicted of sexually assaulting a boy and making indecent photographs following a 10-day trial

ASBOs for two men jailed for robbing Wembley pensioner

The police say they will not tolerate such crime and will bring perpetrators to justice
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Hounslow Council reveals exciting vision for Feltham

"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.

Ribbons are for wimps: Screwfix marks Isleworth opening with chain-cutting

Screwfix in Isleworth holds a drilling contest to mark its opening

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

MP Steve Pound joins BHF campaign to teach CPR in schools

The BHF says too many lives are lost needlessly because people do not know how to perform CPR

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.

London Assembly Member for Ealing and Hillingdon says Boris Johnson's 'empty' budget lacks ambition

The London Mayor rejected proposals to fund hundreds more police officers for the capital

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

Family said they were "prepared for the worst" as searches resume for the missing 16-year-old

16-year-old Rebecca Watts, known as Becky, was last seen at her house in Crown Hill in St George, Bristol, on the morning of February 19

What colour is The Dress and why is it sending Twitter into meltdown?

The two-tone dress (left) alongside an ivory and black version, made by Roman Originals, that has sparked a global debate on Twitter over what colour it is
Some people see white and gold, others see blue and black - what's your view?

Videos & Photos

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

Cat crazy London goes moggy mad with special pet selfies

Thousands of firefighters protest in Westminster as part of strike

Take first look inside pub transformed into shrine to Hammersmith Palais

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Will Ackermann
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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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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
Sports Reporter