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Countdown for bargain hunters as Black Friday deals set to hit Hounslow and Feltham shops

High street store giants Asda and Argos prepare for busiest shopping day of the year

Uxbridge MP at heart of Plebgate row reacts to verdict

Uxbridge MP Sir John Randall, who played a part in the 'Plebgate' investigation, has given his reaction after Andrew Mitchell lost his libel case against the Sun.

Drug addict jailed for committing burglary in Edgware four days after leaving prison

Sonny Bruce, 36, was jailed for three years for carrying out a burglary in Edgware just four days after getting out of prison
Sonny Bruce, 36, of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, stole mobile phone and two watches from house in Whitchurch Lane, Edgware

Inquiry launched into 'long waiting times' at Northwick Park Hospital following A&E closures

One in four patients have had to wait more than four hours for treatment in the nine weeks since the closures of neighbouring units

Officers investigating 2004 Wembley rape want to trace man, 58

Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command are seeking to speak to Gonzales Santana, 58, who was with victim in former Spotted Dog pub in High Road, Willesden

Crime

Sonny Bruce, 36, was jailed for three years for carrying out a burglary in Edgware just four days after getting out of prison

Drug addict jailed for committing burglary in Edgware four days after leaving prison

Sonny Bruce, 36, of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, stole mobile phone and two watches from house in Whitchurch Lane, Edgware

West Drayton man jailed for bizarre theft of £1,000 worth of condoms and baby milk

Chemists Boots says it has protection measures in place for these types of offences. 

Officers investigating 2004 Wembley rape want to trace man, 58

Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command are seeking to speak to Gonzales Santana, 58, who was with victim in former Spotted Dog pub in High Road, Willesden

Best-One convenience store in Isleworth wins a national award

Alkesh Gadher and his wife Chan were crowned kings of merchandising at last night's Independent Achievers Academy (IAA) awards

'Police incident' on border of Northwood Hills and Pinner delaying buses

Traffic accident held up H13 buses

Car left overturned in South Harrow after crash outside Quakers' local HQ

Silver hatchback left on side in Rayners Lane near Friends Meeting House and former Buckingham College Preparatory School
Roy Summers leads an outdoor workout for Ealing Half Marathon runners

Get fit with Roy: My top seven exercise tips for you to try

Ealing personal trainer Roy Summers presents his seven top tips for exercising in his latest column.

Wider range of treatments at St Luke's Hospice's new £600,000 Woodgrange Centre

Patients can receive more flexible complimentary therapy and consultations thanks to Kenton-based charity's extension
The Mayor of Harrow in 2013/14 Councillor Nizam Ismail pictured at Edgware's Bob Lawrence Library

Closure of four Harrow libraries and reduction of hours of remaining branches proposed by council

Consultation launched on shutting of Bob Lawrence Library in Edgware, North Harrow Library in North Harrow, Hatch End Library in Hatch End, and Rayners Lane Library in South Harrow

Volunteer could be forced to quit charity work following car fine row with 'heartless' Harrow Council

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Graham Miller could be forced to sell his vehicle to pay off fines he was hit with while doing charity work, leaving disabled people without a helping hand

Education

Nishkam School West London is one of only two free schools to have opened in the borough to date updated

Nishkam School West London could move to old sports ground in Osterley

The free school in Isleworth is considering expanding onto the former Pyrene sports and social club, just north of Great West Road, getwestlondon has learned

Beavers Community Primary School named 'outstanding' by Ofsted

School in Hounslow gets top marks from inspectors less than two years after being told it 'requires improvement'

Football icon Pele fighting for life: Updates and reaction as Brazilian legend enters intensive care

According to reports in Brazil, the legendary striker's condition has deteriorated after he was re-admitted with a urinary infection

Heroic uncle throws himself in front of bus to save twin toddler

Ethan Tait helped save twins Ruby and Lennon Clews
Little Lennon was left with head injuries and a broken leg after the incident but it would have been worse if it hadn't of been for the heroic actions of Ethan Tait

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Ethan Tait helped save twins Ruby and Lennon Clews

Heroic uncle throws himself in front of bus to save twin toddler

Watch: Great Gatsby star Carey Mulligan plays air guitar while launching film club

'Eco-warriers' at Acton High plan new garden for community

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