The past seven days have seen a number of wide-ranging stories grabbing your interest. Here we run down some of the top stories you read over the week.
Teenager wanted for Hanworth knifepoint robbery
Police issued warrant for the arrest of 19-year-old Sahal Farhann, after he failed to attend court when another two young men, from Hanworth , were sentenced for their part in a knifepoint robbery of five teenagers in a park.
Detective Constable Paul Wright, from Richmond CID, praised the victims and described the incident as "a frightening experience in which their personal possessions were taken".
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Sahal Farhann should call Hounslow Police on 101.
11 things you'll only know if you went to Brunel University
Whether past or present students, readers enjoyed looking over 11 things that will be all too familiar to anyone who attended the Uxbridge -based uni.
From nightmares on the Metropolitan Line and Thursday morning lecture struggles, to bunny cuddles and selfies with Isambard himself, Brunel sure has it's fair share of quirks!
Appeal to help a well-known elderly man fix up his farm
Getwestlondon were inundated with offers of help, warm wishes and fond memories of the farm.
It began as a shelter for those moving into high rise accommodation in the borough, who could no longer keep their cats and dogs with them.
If you'd like to offer Stan a helping hand, contact email@example.com.
The truth behind viral photos of Knightsbridge car sprayed with 'cheater' graffiti... revealed!
This video showed how the public were duped in a clever marketing stunt , revealing the truth behind the 'cheater' graffiti on a £90,000 car, parked outside Harrods in Knightsbridge.
The video, released by an auto design and enhancement workshop, exposes the incident as an advertising stunt for the new Revere Range Rover Vogue.
Were you fooled?
'Heated' meeting confirms Ealing Hospital children's ward closure
Readers reacted to the news that the in patient children’s ward at the hospital, known as the Charlie Chaplin ward, will close on June 30.
Oliver New, chairman of Ealing Save Our NHS, had a particularly strong opinion, labelling the decision as “disgusting” and said it endangered the lives of young people.
He said: “There will mean there are no paediatric consultants based at Ealing. That means if a child goes to Ealing A&E there’s no back up or specialists to see the child."