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09:45, 27 AUG 2014
Man shot in leg and stabbed in torso in Pimlico last night
Police are asking for witnesses to the shooting and stabbing in Cumberland Street, Pimlico, just after midnight today (August 27).
Jailed for life: Pimlico teen murdered friend over £30
Yusef Al-Jaaf stabbed his friend Basel Aghabra six times in the torso in February.
Jailed: Boys as young as 14 part of prolific Pimlico drug dealing gang
The 25-member gang were jailed following a massive operation by police who swooped on two west Pimlico estates in May, arresting 19 people for dealing class A and B drugs.
First World War Centenary
Your guide to World War One centenary events in west London
First World War commemorative events are taking place across west London in August and September. Here's our guide to what's on where.
Video: London entrepreneur's new alarm system smokes out burglars
Pimlico-based entrepreneur Frank Fernando has invented the Combat 360 which releases thick white smoke, temporary blinding burglars legally.
Schoolgirl talks about FGM to beat thousands to Speak Out final
St Marylebone School pupil Sophia Beach impressed judges with her speech which she says David Cameron quoted.
Cycling superhighway proposed between Oval to Pimlico to keep riders safe
TfL launched a consultation on a two-way cycle track between Oval and Pimlico today (July 9).
Campaigners save Pimlico Post Office
The community and several politicians campaigned for over a year against the closure
£40m cycle and pedestrian bridge to link Pimlico and Nine Elms
Pimlico residents raised concerns about the possible positions of the crossing last year
Cabaret night promises thrills and spills, from sword swallowing to flying sanitary products
Come With Me If You Want to Live the quarterly cabaret night presented by Ben Walters, returns to Chelsea Theatre next Friday, July 11
In pictures: Alaskan family day a hit
Pimlico Gardens was turned into a gold rush settlement this Saturday in celebration of Alaskan seafood
Traffic jams as teen hit by vehicle in Pimlico Road
The 15-year-old has been taken to hospital with a minor head injury
Alaskan seafood day in Pimlico: A gold mine for foodies this Saturday
A one-off day in Pimlico with premium Alaskan seafood and fun for the whole family as well as an exclusive dinner.
The army helps Westminster and Chelsea youngsters build confidence
Rock climbing, kayaking and first aid were among the activities on offer
Dawn raids catch Pimlico 'drug dealers'
Police arrested 19 suspected drug dealers thought to be selling to homeless people in Westminster after a number of stabbings and community complaints
'Third runway would expose more than a million to aircraft noise'
New figures from London mayor Boris Johnson 'blow out of the water' Heathrow's claims that the number of people affected by noise would reduce with a third runway, say campaigners
Westminster Bridge Russian cab death student named
The 18-year-old died in hospital after being hit by a cab in the early hours of the morning on May 4.
Breaking: Former head of the year given lifetime teaching ban for spending school funds on 'extravagant parties'
Jo Shuter, former headteacher at Quintin Kynaston Academy in St John's Wood, has been banned after claiming for hotels, parties and phone calls from Thailand
Help find missing Pimlico mental health patient with heart condition
Michael Manktelow is a patient at the Gordon Hospital and does not have his heart medication with him
Donate clothes from a spring clean and help young people spring up
The Octavia Foundation is asking people to donate clothes to its charity shops this spring to fund its work with vulnerable young people
Armed police called after gunshots heard on estate
No-body was injured but two males were arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm
Cabaret comeback for singer who appeared with David Bowie and Gene Wilder
Eve Ferret continues her comeback, after a two-decade break from performing, in a new cabaret night at Chelsea Theatre
Parents' anger at paying for new school uniform
Pupils at Pimlico Primary have been told to buy a new summer uniform just six months after opening
Pimlico ex-rioter in running for £1,000 youth prize this Saturday
A 21-year-old who served time in jail for his part in the London Riots has turned his life around by becoming a football coach.