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Alice Gross: A community in mourning over murder of a 'sweet and beautiful daughter'

Ealing Town Hall is flying its flag at half mast today in tribute to Hanwell schoolgirl Alice Gross, whose body was found in the River Brent on Tuesday triggering a murder inquiry.

Shed used by Alice Gross murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns sealed off in Isleworth - neighbours in shock

Police are searching a shed in Isleworth that was used by Arnis Zalkalns, the prime suspect in the Alice Gross murder inquiry.

Free car maintenance lesson for women in Hounslow

Female drivers can learn about looking after their cars at a free lesson next Monday (October 6) designed to boost their confidence

West London estate agents brand Labour's Mansion Tax 'ill thought out'

Labour announced they would place an annual levy on all properties worth £2million or above but estate agents in the country's most expensive areas said this would not put buyers off the most pricey houses

Burglars break into old Brentford police station

Crooks stole internal fixtures and fittings from the Met's former premises in Half Acre this afternoon

Crime

Thug from Wembley who attacked brain damaged man wins cut in jail term on appeal

Christopher King, 26, of Clarendon Gardens, Wembley, sees prison sentence reduced from 11 years and two months to 10 years for causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent, robbery and breaching a suspended sentence

Burglars break into old Brentford police station

Crooks stole internal fixtures and fittings from the Met's former premises in Half Acre this afternoon

Alice Gross: Questions for police as body is found in river that had already been searched

It has emerged that police looking for missing teen Alice Gross had already searched the stretch of river where a body has now been discovered.
McDonald's in Station Road, Harrow, whose franchisee owner seeks permission to open 24 hours a day exclusive

Big Mac o'clock? Harrow could get its first 24-hour McDonald's - in the town centre

Franchisee K&G Restaurants has applied for a premises licence for late night refreshment - soft drinks and hot food - between 11pm and 5am in order to keep the fast food joint open round the clock

The One Direction voice over artist uniting members of 'loneliest profession'

Rachael Naylor, who is also the voice of Virgin Media, set up The VoiceOver Network to bring voice over artists together and help them find work

Record number of entries for West London Business Awards.

Just over a week to wait until the judges announce their shortlist.
Dr Manisha Desai

Mental Health Matters: Early Intervention in Psychosis

Dr Manisha Desai, a psychiatrist for over 15 years, discusses one of the psychosis - a common and misunderstood condition in this column.

Hammersmith and Fulham pensioners least likely in England to get flu jab

West London pensioners were among the least likely to get a flu jab last winter

Record number of children adopted in London

The Government is attributing the rise in adoptions to its changes to the adoption system which make it quicker and easier

New primary school gets green light to open in Brentford

Floreat Brentford Primary School is due to open next September, with a site in Commerce Road the preferred location, after being approved by the Department for Education

Education

Science specialist primary school to open in Hounslow

Edison Primary School is due to open next September in the Cranford or Isleworth area after getting the go-ahead from the Department for Education

New primary school gets green light to open in Brentford

Floreat Brentford Primary School is due to open next September, with a site in Commerce Road the preferred location, after being approved by the Department for Education
Nick Griffin after losing his seat during the European Parliamentary elections count at Manchester Town Hall - Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Nick Griffin expelled from BNP for 'trying to cause disunity'

Conduct committee, established by new BNP chairman Adam Walker, informed the ex-MEP in a letter

Madeleine McCann: Police investigating Twitter campaign against missing girl's parents

Still off BBC Crimewatch as an emotional Kate and Gerry McCann talks to the camera as the Police launch a major public appeal over the disappearance of Madeleine.
Kate and Gerry McCann have been subjected to vile attacks by internet trolls, some of whom have suggested the couple be tortured or killed

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In pictures: Crowds lap up watery circus show Source in Hounslow's Bell Square

In-pictures: Magic and music bring crowds to BigFest

From Heston to LA: Meet the face of Ingress, the online game played by millions

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