In a week the Government revealed its views on airport expansion, Heathrow Airport and its third runway dominated the news in getwestlondon . But there was plenty more you clicked on - from tragedies in Hayes and Brentford , to a Royal visit at St Mary’s Hospital.

Here are the stories you wanted to read this week.

Heathrow’s third runway

What an expanded Heathrow will look like

Where do we begin? The government revealed it will back the recommendation of the Davies Commission and support a third runway at Heathrow. Cue pandemonium !

Residents vowed to carry on fighting , as did Greenpeace, and failed Conservative London Mayor candidate and Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith MP quit the party in protest.

But there were a fair few which welcomed the decision , including Hounslow Chamber of Commerce.

This is a story which is going to run and run and run.

Pardeep Kaur murder investigation

Pardeep Kaur ibody was found beneath a flyover

The search for missing Harlington woman Pardeep Kaur came to a sad end when her body was discovered hidden on waste land beneath a flyover in Hayes.

The 30-year-old had been reported missing on October 17, and a murder investigation has been launched following the discovery of her body on October 22.

Police have released CCTV image of her walking shortly before her disappearance, and released two men without charge during the week .

This photo shows Pardeep Kaur walking home from work on Sunday October 16. She was reported missing the following day and five days later were body was found concealed on waste ground

A fatal fire in Brentford

Surapol Tassadetan died after a fire broke out in his flat

There was more sad news when firefighters discovered the body of a man following a blaze at a tower block in Brentford on Wednesday (October 26).

Surapol Tassadetan, 72, was found in the hallway of his 20th floor flat in Fraser House in Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, Hounslow, and pronounced dead at the scene.

Tributes were later paid to the pensioner by Hounslow Council.

A Royal visit

Critical Care Outreach & Resuscitation Team practitioner Naomi Hosking applauds the Prince of Wales after he performed chest compressions on a resuscitation training mannequin, during his tour of St Mary's Hospital in London to celebrate the achievements of nurses shortlisted for the Nursing Times Awards

Prince Charles dropped into St Mary’s Hospital on Wednesday (October 26) to meet nurses ahead of a prestigious awards ceremony .

HRH spoke to the four nurses who work for the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust who have been shortlisted for the Nursing Times Awards 2016.

He was taken on a tour of the Charles Pannett ward, which specialises in caring for patients with bowel and upper gastro-intestinal conditions including cancer, and the intensive care unit which looks after the most seriously ill patients at the Paddington hospital.

Afterwards Professor Janice Sigsworth, Director of Nursing, said: “His Royal Highness has been a big supporter of the nursing profession for many years and it was a pleasure to be able to showcase the work our nurses are doing to ensure the highest levels of patient care.”

Trick or Treat!

Ghoulish delight at cemetery building's listing decision

Yes Monday (October 31) is Halloween , and getwestlondon has been awash with everything you need to know, and possibly don’t need to know, and the big day.

For instance, you can find out where the ghosts and ghouls are in your neighbourhood, or see if you can handle the hottest supermarket pizza in the UK .

There were more serious issues, with police issuing killer clown advice , while the London Fire Brigade has offered crucial safety tips .

You can also find out how to make your own pumpkin latte , and learn about a recognition for a building used to house the dead more than 100 years ago (see video).

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