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London 2012 Olympics
12:47, 20 MAR 2015
What is the greatest iconic British design?
It's the Great British phone box of course - but there are also plenty of other popular London sights in the top 25...
West London youngsters battle in mini Paralympic games
Young people with a range of special educational needs from eight west London boroughs took part
Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock shows Hammersmith gym members how it's done
The Olympic bronze medallist helped launch the newly-refurbished Fitness First in Hammersmith
Queens Park Rangers FC
QPR chief executive quits club
Beard goes after three plus years with Rs
Jewish charity gets £121,000 to boost support for those with learning disabilities
Huge donation to Jewish charity to inspire vulnerable into sport
Young double-amputee who survived fatal coach crash has been honoured at mini Paralympics
11-year-old Malik Bebiche from Harefield dreams of becoming a Paralympian - and the experts believe he could go far
Bell-raising fire show marks festive lights switch-on in Hounslow
A blazing bell rose from the ground in a fiery finale to the Winter Lights show on Saturday (November 22)
Teaching assistant admits sex activity with teenage pupil at Uxbridge school
Commonwealth Games athlete and former teaching assistant at Kevin Sempers, changed his plea on the second day of his trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
Latymer Upper School
Nine Hammersmith schoolboys rescued from icy Thames after boat capsizes
A crew of nine young rowers from Latymer Upper School fell into the Thames when their boat capsized
Olympic and Paralympic heroes Beth Tweddle and Natasha Baker honour Swakeleys School girl
After meeting the two stars of British sport, Megan Lawley was left pinching herself as to just how far the Get Set to Make a Change programme had taken her and her classmates.
Cyber crime conference aims to keep the hacker out of your business
The conference will bring together experts who will explain the scale of the threat of cyber crime to businesses, the types of threat and ways to recognise and protect against them.
London 2012 Olympics
Woman who sold fake Olympic clothing during London 2012 hit with hefty sum
Yi Wang has had to pay more than £150,000 for selling counterfeit Olympic goods and for making money from criminal means
Olympic gold medallist opens first London boat club in 50 years
Katherine Grainger opened the Fulham Reach Boat Club today which is providing free training to schools in the area
10 Things you might not know about Brentford's Golden Mile
Links to BBC hit The Apprentice and a very royal barge revealed in our fun facts compilation.
Interview: Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington launches swim school
British Olympic swimmer launches Becky Adlington's Swim Stars for adults at Hilton London Syon Park hotel
Invictus Games competitor injured in Afghanistan gives inspiring talk to pupils
Derek Derelangi brings a message of staying positive and working with your situation
Ealing Half Marathon
Ealing Half Marathon reinvented as community company
The Ealing Half Marathon has recently changed its company status to be a Community Interest Company (CIC).
Rugby sevens captain: I was nearly lost to basketball
Abigail Chamberlain, who lectures at West Thames College, in Isleworth, reveals how she only took up rugby aged 21
Harrow London Borough Council
Under One Sky: timeline of Harrow's largest community event that celebrates borough's immense diversity and richness
getwestlondon presents a short history of the cultural and music spectacular hosted by Harrow Council
Hayes YMCA teams up with Dame Kelly Holmes to get young people back on track
World-class athletes will help disadvantaged 16-25 year-olds get into work
If West London was, like New York, divided into five boroughs, which one would it be?
A report published by a law firm puts forward the pros for converting London into a five-borough city.
A Clockwork Orange, condoms and the Crown and Treaty: some more Uxbridge facts from our readers
The town's been hitting the headlines amid speculation Boris Johnson could take the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat
Sir Bradley Wiggins to ride in Sunday's London to Surrey cycle race
The Olympic legend announced today (August 7) he will join Team Sky for the 200km race which goes through west London.
Angie Bray MP: Scottish referendum is no bad thing (and neither is one on Europe)
After what seems like a lengthy campaign, the referendum on Scottish independence is just weeks away, writes Ealing Central & Acton MP, Angie Bray