This week's most read stories include a sensational singer, crime and weather talk.
Among the stories that struck a chord with getwestlondon readers over the last seven days include superstar Adele announcing her homecoming shows in Wembley Arena.
Other stories include a woman suffering life changing injuries after a crash and two muggings.
Here are your top five most read stories of the week:
Adele's world tour - Homecoming finale
Pop sensation Adele is coming home as the last stop on her world tour and she's heading for Wembley.
The Hello and Skyfall singer will play the final shows of her 'Adele Live' tour at the end of June and beginning of July next year.
An extra two show dates were announced after the original two shows sold out within an hour on December 2.
Terrified teen beaten and threatened at knife point in Hayes
'I thought I was going to die at the end of the street' were the shocking words of a teenage boy to his mum after he was beaten in a knife-point robbery.
The mum of the 15-year-old from Hayes, who has asked not to be named, spoke to getwestlondon about the terrifying ordeal he faced at the hands of his offenders.
The horrific attack has left the family unable to sleep.
Elderly woman suffers life-changing injuries
A female pedestrian in her 70s suffered 'possible life-changing injuries' after she was hit by a car in South Ruislip .
The accident on West End Road resulted in motorists stuck in traffic for nearly four hours, while emergency services dealt with the aftermath of the collision.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene and is helping police with their enquiries, according to the Metropolitan Police.
Gang rob children at knife-point outside Sainsbury's
Police have this week launched a witness appeal after an alleged knife-point robbery of a group of children outside Sainsbury's in South Ruislip.
The mum of one of the victims, a 12-year-old boy, said her son was too scared to leave the house and that onlookers walked past as the attack happened.
A statement from the police said: “The suspects are reported to be a group made up of around three males and two females; all described as black and aged mid to late teens. "
The terrifying ordeal happened on Thursday (November 24) between 5.30pm and 6pm.
UK White Christmas predicted
Based on the Met Office weather forecasts of biting cold mornings, it was time to get winter accessories including scarf and gloves out from the back of the cupboard.
Readers were also gripped by the chance of a White Christmas.
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