West Drayton nursery nurse GUILTY of possessing indecent child images

55-year-old Mark Curl appeared in Uxbridge Magistrates Court faced with four counts of possession of indecent images of children

Police hunt man after woman's body found in Brent

Police want to speak to 34-year-old Miles Donnelly, who had been in contact with the deceased woman, who's body was found on Thursday (October 8)

Elderly woman hospitalised after collision causes overturned car in Uxbridge

Police cordoned off the area where two cars were in collision on Cowley Road, as school children were in the area

Man fighting for his life after Brentford stabbing

Stabbing: Kew Bridge Road, Brentford
One of the victims is in a critical condition, while Met Police confirm no arrests have been made

Campaigners against Heathrow Airport third runway to 'be heard' at London rally

MPs and Mayoral candidates, national organisations and local people will be taking part in the rally in Westminster over the weekend

Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas given driving ban after going more than double speed limit

The offence gave the Spanish player another six points on his licence and an automatic six-month driving ban  

Alice Gross inquest moved to different coroner after sensitive paperwork mislaid by former handlers

Alice Gross
Police tried to trace the paperwork, which contained information about Alice's killer, but decided it had probably been “destroyed as waste”  

Help woman track down mystery hero in Acton who stood up to assault on bus

Kaitlyn Regehr claimed she was assaulted on a bus before a man intervened and said "She could be your sister"

Ealing police throw support behind National Hate Crime Awareness Week

The campaign, which begins on Saturday (October 10), is hoping to get more people reporting hate crimes across the UK

Britain facing SNOW within two weeks as Arctic blast swoops in from east

Temperatures are set to take a nosedive after the weekend as Europe wraps up for an early whiteout with bitter easterly winds

Isleworth councillor poses for charity 'nudes' calendar

Councillor Sue Sampson was among the models for the calendar, being sold in aid of domestic violence charities

Hounslow school awarded 'world class' status

The Heathland School has received the World Class School Quality Mark (WCSQM) which recognises exceptional standards

How much did the heaviest baby born in west London weigh?

12 lbs, 13 lbs, 14 lbs? The weight of this baby - the heaviest born in west London in the past five years - may surprise you...!

Harrow teen singer wins Michael Sobell Hospice Talent Show 2015

Ten varied acts battled it out in front of audience members and a panel of judges at the Watersmeet Theatre

New figures reveal whether councils are winning battle against fly-tippers

Fly-tipped waste in Fairlawn Close, Hanworth, earlier this year
The findings from eco-friendly rubbish removal company Junkwize make for interesting reading

Air steward jailed for mutli-million pound cocaine haul through Heathrow

Air steward for Arik Air, Chika Egwu Udensi, jailed for six years

Husband denies murder of transgender escort wife

A husband who denies the murder of his 33-year-old escort wife, Vanessa Santillan, after seeing her have sex with a client, is standing trial at the Old Bailey

London businesses suffering because of "painfully slow" broadband

The capital is lagging behind European capitals, warns council

Top heart doctor fined £200,000 for dodging tax

Professor Raad Mohiaddin, from Royal Bromton Hospital, lied about his income from a private practice

Air steward jailed for multi-million pound cocaine haul through Heathrow

Air steward for Arik Air, Chika Egwu Udensi, jailed for six years

Man fighting for his life after Brentford stabbing

Stabbing: Kew Bridge Road, Brentford
One of the victims is in a critical condition, while Met Police confirm no arrests have been made

Chiswick business scoops start-up of the year award

Businesswoman Martha Keith left a career in healthcare to launch her own handmade personalised gifts business

Career advice and support at Westfield shopping centre jobs fair

The two-day event will be put on by the National Careers Service

Tesco hosts Wembley rugby fun day

Deputy Manager Kay Coggins and Community Champ Nelam Patel with stars from Kilburn Cosmos RFC
The supermarket chain also donated £1,000 to a local Brent rugby team

News in Pictures

NHS urges more blood and organ donors during Black History Month

NHS Blood and Transplant have launched a month-long campaign - 'You're Rare, Be There' - to coincide with Black History Month

Harrow becomes first area in England to offer HIV home testing kits

Harrow Council has teamed up with charity Terrance Higgins Trust to offer people the chance to test for HIV in their own homes

Jeremy Corbyn crowned Labour leader hailing new era for party

The veteran left-winger convincingly defeated Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall to the party's top job

Boris Johnson: The Trade Union Bill is 'right way forward for country'

The Mayor of London and MP for Uxbridge & South Ruislip is glad the Bill has started it's journey into law as TfL have been "lobbying it for many years now"
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School admissions: Which are west London's most oversubscribed schools?

Using exclusive data from local councils, we take a look at which secondary schools are the most oversubscribed across west London

Northolt High School enjoys Ofsted success

Northolt High School improved from grade 3 in its last inspection to grade 2 in its latest Ofsted report

Sir Bruce Forsyth ordered to rest by doctors after fall

Fall has forced the 87-year-old to pull out of presenting his variety show

Morning news headlines: Russia on agenda as David Cameron meets Angela Merkel and Estonia PM

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge updated

Duke & Duchess to visit Harrow

YOUR stunning animal snaps and pet pictures on World Animal Day!

Shoppers to be charged 5p per plastic carrier bag from October 5

Can you quit this Stoptober?

Smokers beware: New ban starts

When do the clocks go back?

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Smokers beware: New ban starts

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