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Worst rail incidents caused SEVEN WEEKS worth of delays

The top ten worst incidents last year caused a total of 1,129 hours or 47 days of delays

People smuggling gang jailed after fall out

Greedy gang members, including men from Feltham and West Drayton, will spend a total of 80 years behind bars

'Eyesore' hotel proposed for Heston rejected by councillors

Plans for a new six-storey hotel and 34 homes, for the site of the Master Robert Hotel, were turned down

Government response to refugee crisis branded 'appalling'

As the Government promises to accept thousands more Syrian refugees, Ruth Cadbury MP accuses leaders of taking too long to act

£100m refurbishment of Hammersmith Flyover completed

Re-strengthening and refurbishment work on Hammersmith Flyover has resulted in a prestigious engineering award
Transport for London says the work means less congestion for years to come

Harrow landlord fined for property with no hot water

"It is a disgrace for a landlord to rent out a property that does not even have basic hot water"

Dogs Trust create emoji of Harefield hound

The Dogs Trust have created emojis based on a dog from each of their re-homing centres, including this cute canine

Soldiers gearing up for 1,300-mile bike ride between Rugby World Cup venues

Around 10 members of the Household Cavalry Regiment will be involved with the challenge

Surgeons at Marylebone hospital use world's smallest implant to help patients' eyesight

The iStent is just 0.33mm and weighs 60mg, but is transforming the lives of glaucoma sufferers

Properties evacuated as firefighters tackle workshop blaze

Harrow residents were advised to close all windows and doors as a precaution updated
A 75m hazard zone was put in place around the fire, amidst fears a flammable gas cylinder could explode

New homes approved for Brentford's Griffin Park site

A total of 75 family houses will be built around a memorial garden, honouring the club's history, when Brentford FC moves to its new stadium

See ice cream van go up in smoke in Hayes

The emergency service received calls from concerned evening rush-hour motorists

Elderly woman's hour-long wait for ambulance 'unacceptable'

Ambulance service apologises for delay, which Ealing health watchdog blames on cuts to the local NHS

Man assaulted on late-night Tube train in Harrow

The victim was on his way home after a night out and was assaulted by three other passengers, police said

London is most congested city in Europe

Londoners spent, on average, a total of FOUR DAYS stuck in traffic in 2014

Owner of stolen £250k jewellery offers cash reward

A box containing nine items of jewellery was taken from the boot of a Land Rover last year

Brunel Uni website page linked to Japanese PORN

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One shocked researcher had a nasty surprise when they clicked on the link under a 'Japanese Culture' section

Chelsea fans hail 'iconic' new stadium design

Excited fans got a glimpse into Chelsea's future at an exhibition unveiling the expansion proposals for Stamford Bridge stadium - and supporters told getwestlondon they love what they see

People smuggling gang jailed after fall out

Greedy gang members, including men from Feltham and West Drayton, will spend a total of 80 years behind bars

Man assaulted on late-night Tube train in Harrow

The victim was on his way home after a night out and was assaulted by three other passengers, police said

Floodlight theft casts shadow on MP's visit to junior football club

The lights worth £2,000 were taken from Football Samurai Academy's storage by a man posing as a council worker

Rugby star opens Hounslow's newest gym at old Gala Bingo venue

Worcester Warriors and former England scrum-half Paul Hodgson performed the honours at Xercise4Less's first gym in London

New kitchen retailer opens in Hanwell

Dream Doors Hanwell is offering 20% off all kitchen make-overs during its first month

Ealing Half Marathon: 35,000 bottles of water for runners

Staying hydrated will be a key component of success for runners who are taking on the 13.1-mile Ealing Half Marathon on September 27

News in Pictures

Surgeons at Marylebone hospital use world's smallest implant to help patients' eyesight

The iStent is just 0.33mm and weighs 60mg, but is transforming the lives of glaucoma sufferers

West Middlesex Hospital finance director cost £280,000 for eight months' work

West Middlesex Hospital
Jonathan Molyneux, who has since left, oversaw a huge increase in the hospital's deficit

Government response to refugee crisis branded 'appalling'

As the Government promises to accept thousands more Syrian refugees, Ruth Cadbury MP accuses leaders of taking too long to act

Labour MP Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship

"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"
ATL claims

Kensington & Chelsea pupils top national Key Stage 2 results

90% of 11-year-old pass in reading, writing and maths

School admissions: All you need to know about the application process

All the dates you need to know in your borough if taking part in the school application process this year

Prime Minster announces Britain will take thousands more refugees from Syria

Downing Street have not put a figure on the number of Syrians to be admitted to the country

Washed up children to be buried in the Syrian Kurdish region by distraught father

A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a child after a number of people died and a smaller number were reported missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near the Turkish resort of Bodrum early Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/DHA)
Haunting image of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach focused the world's attention on the wave of migration fuelled by war and deprivation
The North American Yellow Sac Spider is venomous and has been known to bite humans

Are fuel-sniffing poisonous SPIDERS hiding in your car?

Indian summer forecast - after wet and windy Autumn

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Beautiful rainbow pictured over London skyline

How long until the next Bank Holiday?

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Real Schools Guide 2015: How well did your school do?

Ealing Half Marathon: Take a look back at last year's event!

National Dog Day: YOUR adorable pooches from West London

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August Supermoon: Everything you need to know about the incredible celestial event

Rugby World Cup: When are all the England games?

Outfoxed: London Fire Brigade rescued a fox cub that had a bit of trouble earlier this year

London Fire Brigade called out to rescue chimps, hamsters, foxes and cats

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