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Alice Gross murder suspect released with 'no further action'

Police say they will take no further action against a 25-year-old man who they arrested on suspicion of murdering missing Hanwell schoolgirl Alice Gross.

Man, 19, raped in toilets at nightclub in Kingston-Upon-Thames

Police would like to speak to this man, caught on CCTV at the club
Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the rape of a man at a popular nightspot in Kingston.

Car destroyed in fire that spread across two houses in Southall

Four adults and a child evacuated themselves at 12.28am this morning after a fire broke out in the car port of a house.

Distraught owner asks for help to find £60,000 rare vintage Mercedes Benz

The green Mercedes Benz 250SL was stolen from Holland Villas Road in Holland Park by two men on September 4

Brentford Football club support the #FindAlice Gross campaign

Players wore yellow t-shirts emblazoned with a picture of Alice Gross and #FindAlice on Saturday to rise awareness that the teenager has still not been found.

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Police would like to speak to this man, caught on CCTV at the club

Man, 19, raped in toilets at nightclub in Kingston-Upon-Thames

Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the rape of a man at a popular nightspot in Kingston.

West London Muslim group condemns murderers of British aid worker

President rejects Islamic State as having 'nothing to do with Islam' and hopes killers are brought to face justice.

Jailed: robber who threw bike at woman in Chiswick

Kingston Crown Court in Penrhyn Road
Mark Weirich, who threw the bike so hard it left a tyre imprint on his victim's jaw line, has been jailed for four years
Phones 4U has gone into administration after losing contracts with EE and Vodafone

10 Phones 4U stores closing as company goes into administration

Phones 4U's 10 west London stores are closing after the company went into administration with some 5,000 jobs now at risk, writes Norresa Perucho.

Nominate your favourite Hammersmith & Fulham shop or service for a Brilliant Business Award

Nominate a business in Hammersmith & Fulham for an award
Do you know a brilliant business you wouldn't hesitate to recommend? A local business hero? Or a business that makes a difference to the quality of your life or others?

End throwaway society with new focus on 'reuse, replace and refurbish' says report

Envirowaste recycles people's unwanted electronics
A new report has highlighted the need to end the ‘throwaway society’ and focus on changing behaviour to hit European recycling targets.

News in Pictures

Does your packed lunch need more variety?

Simply Healthy: Time to inject some life into your tired packed lunch

West London weight management guru Aaron Grewal offers readers some alternatives to tired and repetitive packed lunches in his latest column.

Chief exec of North West London Hospitals NHS Trust to step down

David McVittie, the chief executive of the trust that runs hospitals in Harrow and Brent, will leave his post next year following a merger.

Angie Bray MP: Scotland's decision will have huge implications for England too

Regardless of whether its Yes or No, the Scottish independence vote will have wide ranging implications for those of us in England, writes Ealing Central & Acton MP Angie Bray

PR guru chosen to contest Feltham & Heston for Tories in general election

Simon Nayyar ran for Hackney South & Shoreditch in the 2010 general election

Education

Alex James visits The Smallberry Green Primary School in Isleworth

The Blur bassist turned cheese-maker was at the school this morning, where he showed children how to make butter from cream, to mark Red Tractor Week

Robert Winston claims Hounslow students' exam results outshone his as he presents school awards

The TV scientist took time out from campaigning against Scottish independence to hand out awards at The Heathland School last night
South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright

South Yorkshire's police chief Shaun Wright quits over Rotherham sex abuse scandal

Mr Wright, who was councillor responsible for children's services in Rotherham between 2005 and 2010, had until now resisted mounting calls to resign

Brave Stephen Sutton raised nearly £5million for the Teenage Cancer Trust

Stephen Sutton
The charity will spend the 19-year-old's legacy by developing specialist units in seven cities

Videos & Photos

Mother of missing Alice Gross describes 'agonising wait' in TV appeal

Police speak to new witnesses who saw Alice Gross' rucksack on towpath

Mayor cuts ribbon of new nature area at Eastcote school

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