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Unexploded 50kg bomb unearthed in Wembley

People have been evacuated and roads remain closed after a 50kg unexploded bomb was discovered at a building site in Wembley

Wembley man convicted of murdering US soldier in Iraq

38-year-old Anis Abid Sardar killed a US Army soldier and severely injuring four others in an explosion in Iraq
Anis Abid Sardar, from Wembley, was convicted of murder for manufacturing a device which exploded under US Army vehicle in Iraq, killing a soldier

Controversial school plans go on public display

Nishkam School West London says old playing field in Osterley was only chosen as its new home after considering 196 other sites

Masked men attack pub landlords and son in terrifying burglary

Joint landlord Sue Carpenter has told how the three men, carrying a hammer, a knife and a crowbar, broke into the pub and demanded cash

Hundreds sign West Drayton road safety measures petition

Campaigners who had their initial petition rejected by Hillingdon Council have rallied together for a second time calling for traffic-calming measures

Chiswick massage parlour fined £2,000 for unlicensed treatments

Li Ping Yang admitted offering Thai massages at Nutri Herb, in Turnham Green Terrace, without the necessary licence

Ealing 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

Ealing 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

Rail strike suspended after Network Rail pay offer

TSSA and RMT union members will NOT take part in a rail strike planned for Bank Holiday Monday (May 25) and Tuesday (May 26)

How can Hammersmith & Fulham Council prevent flooding?

An artist's impression of the SuDS pilot scheme
Residents have until May 27 to make their feelings known

Students perform flashmob to raise money for cancer charities

Pupils at St Augustine’s Priory school, in Ealing, hope to raise £3,000 by taking part in Race for Life

Crime

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

Anis Abid Sardar, from Wembley, was convicted of murder for manufacturing a device which exploded under US Army vehicle in Iraq, killing a soldier

'Drug dealer taken off the streets' by 40-month jail-term

Satnam Singhof, of Marlborough Road, Southall, pleaded guilty to two charges of possession with intent to supply

Masked men attack Uxbridge pub landlords and son in terrifying burglary

Joint landlord Sue Carpenter has told how the three men, carrying a hammer, a knife and a crowbar, broke into the pub and demanded cash

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

Friends set up business to make life easier for amateur sports enthusiasts

MyLocalPitch.com takes the hassle out of booking a venue for 13 different sports

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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

Maths exams ordered to be re-written amid concerns they could be too tough

The new maths GCSEs are due to be introduced in September

Morning news headlines: Cameron immigration speech; Hatton Garden raid court date; Sheridan Smith honoured

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street, London, as he begins his second term as Prime Minister following his party's General Election victory. Photo by Anthony Devlin/PA Wire
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