A diverse range of stories in west London were the most read this week including a double stabbing, major traffic delays and the postponement of a new Primark.
Police revealing that a teenager had been disembowelled at this year's Notting Hill Carnival was also among the most read articles this week.
Here are the most read stories of the week:
Second stabbing in less than 24 hours in Hounslow
That it occurred less than 24 hours before a man was knifed in the stomach on Thursday (October 6) is possibly what made it our most read story of the week.
Police were called to Hanworth Road, Hounslow, to reports of a robbery at around 2.30am, to find a male had also suffered a knife attack.
He was taken as priority by paramedics from the London Ambulance Service (LAS) to a major trauma centre in West London.
Man stabbed in the stomach in Hounslow is rushed to hospital
The first of the two stabbings in Hounslow this week happened when a man in his 40s has been rushed to hospital after he was stabbed in the stomach.
The male is believed to have suffered serious injuries following the incident which took place on Thursday (October 6) morning.
Emergency services including the police were called to reports of a stabbing in Great West Road in Hounslow at around 8am.
Teen disemboweled at this year's Notting Hill Carnival, Met chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe reveals
A 15-year-old was disemboweled at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival, Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe revealed on Tuesday (October 4).
He made the gruesome revelation when discussing crime and policing of Europe’s largest street party at a Q&A session for Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea residents .
But the out-going head of the Met also said overcrowding was a concern and that introducing a form of ticketing to the event, which was attended by an estimated one million people this year, could provide it with "a layer of control."
Major traffic delays as police close off roads behind Treaty Centre in Hounslow
Before police revealed that a man had been robbed and stabbed near Hounslow town centre on Friday (October 7), there were major delays in the area for motorists unaware of what was going on .
Officers had sealed off a large area behind the Treaty Centre, with Hanworth Road closed off at the junction of Grove Road and Chapel Road at around 3am.
At least 17 bus routes operating in the area were placed on diversion.
Uxbridge Primark opening delayed, but you can apply for jobs soon!
But Primark bosses did finally announce when jobs will be open for applications and when interviews will be held for the 120 positions it will create.
The store was originally set to open in time for Christmas but has now been delayed until Spring 2017.
Job applications however will open on October 27 and interviews will be held a month later on November 27 and 28.