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Tar smells from Hayes asphalt plant reaching Southall homes

The owners of the plant argue they have never failed to meet legal standards and that emissions are carefully monitored

Car park for new Brentford marina to be built in public park

A small section of Watermans Park would be turned into a 14-space car park for boat owners

Hundreds sign petition against 'cruise ship' development

Residents are not happy with the current plans to replace Tommy Flynns pub, in Hillingdon, with a 30-flat complex

Fight involving gun ends in smashed shop window in Fulham

Police arrested three men, after a fight broke out between two groups, in the early hours of Friday morning (22 May)

Vulnerable missing man last seen at Shepherds Bush Market

Kensington man, Taffazul Hoque, has autism and epilepsy and does not have his medication with him

Grand Union Canal gets spring clean from M&S staff

The Marks & Spencer clean-up has helped to protect local wildlife and the environment in the area

Walk like a pirate for Barnardo's Big Toddle

The children's charity has urged families to get on board with this year's fundraising event

Walk like a pirate for Barnardo's Big Toddle

The children's charity has urged families to get on board with this year's fundraising event

Unexploded bomb causes chaos in Wembley

A police cordon, put in place on Thursday afternoon to keep members of the public away from the building site, was finally lifted on Friday afternoon after the bomb was moved

Wormwood Scrubs officer jailed for having sexual relationship with inmate

Anita Whittaker, 52, from Acton, was given a 15-month sentence for misconduct

Britain to be as hot as Marbella this weekend

It's looking good for the Bank Holiday weekend so time to get that barbecue out of the shed and get down to the shops to pick up some burgers

Crime

Kevin Tull is beginning a 15 month prison sentence

Startled burglary victim tracks down stolen property to police station

Police had items stolen by Kevin Tull after he was picked up on a separate matter

Qualified barrister plotted to smuggle tonne of shisha into UK

Mohammed Shaikh, of Hounslow, was working as a jeweller when the drugs were found hidden in a shipment of charcoal sacks

Man stabbed during fight in west Ealing

A man has been arrested and remains in a west London police station

Bank Holiday Monday supermarket opening times

Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose

Indian bank's new Hounslow branch to be 11th in UK

The State Bank of India branch will offer money transfer services and safety deposit box facilities, alongside the usual savings accounts and mortgages

West London hospitality graduates secure hotel jobs near Heathrow

Mayors of Hounslow and Hillingdon congratulate 14 youngsters on passing Hospitality in Heathrow programme

News in Pictures

Ealing Hospital's maternity unit to close in July, health bosses confirm

Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group's governing body made the decision that Ealing Hospital's maternity unit would close as of July 1

Activity day for dementia patients and carers

Singing, quizzes and exercise for inpatients at West Middlesex Hospital's Crane ward
Chelsea and Fulham MP Greg Hands (front right) sits at the Cabinet table

Greg Hands named in cabinet and given powerful position in Treasury

Greg Hands is the first MP from Chelsea or Fulham since 1970 to sit on the cabinet table

Boris Johnson answers Twitter questions in #askboris

Boris Johnson shows off sense of humour with Twitter Q&A #askboris and blames being a "weirdo" on his "genes and upbringing"

Education

West London hospitality graduates secure hotel jobs near Heathrow

Mayors of Hounslow and Hillingdon congratulate 14 youngsters on passing Hospitality in Heathrow programme

Whizz kids preparing to sit GCSE FIVE years early

The 10 and 11-year-olds at Al-Tawheed Arabic School in Feltham are all predicted to get A*s in the language
Civil partners of four years Paul Higgins (right) and Richard Lucey, who have been in a relationship together for 19 years, arrive to cast their votes at their polling station in Cabra, Dublin for the referendum on gay marriage

Emigrants return to Ireland as polls open in gay marriage vote

More than 3.2 million voters in the Republic have been asked for their say, with polling stations open from 7am to 10pm

Tory MP Eric Pickles to be given a knighthood

Former Communities Secretary Eric Pickles
Former Communities Secretary to be made Knight Bachelor in recognition of public service as an MP, a former Cabinet minister and his time in local government

Videos & Photos

Hundreds sign petition against 'cruise ship' development

Unexploded bomb causes chaos in Wembley

Inquest rules Harrow student's death in Germany was NOT suicide

Kensington French school begins centenary celebrations with Princess Anne visit

38-year-old Anis Abid Sardar killed a US Army soldier and severely injuring four others in an explosion in Iraq

Wembley man convicted of murdering US soldier in Iraq

See stunning displays at fairy tale-inspired Chelsea in Bloom

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