Recently by Poppy Bradbury
There are delays northbound on Church Road in Northolt between the White Hart Roundabout and the Bengarth Road junction due to an accident.
The London Ambulance Service were called to Church Road at 3.15 pm.
A 72-year-old man was being treated for back pain and taken to Ealing Hospital as a priority.
All lanes have been re-opened.
A man was taken to hospital after being found beaten up on the pavement on Monday afternoon (15).
He was found in Ruislip Road East near Cardinal Wiseman School at 3.25pm.
A pedestrian involved in a road crash has died despite 'extensive efforts' by paramedics to save his life.
The victim, a man believed to be in his 30s, was pronounced dead outside Greenford station in Rockware Avenue, Greenford.
A new higher education college is urging landlords to welcome its 'hard working and focused' students looking for term-time accommodation.
The Greenwich School of Management will welcome students starting degree courses at its new west London campus in the former Glaxo Smith Kline headquarters in Greenford Road, Greenford.
More than 20 years after he splashed onto the front page of the Ealing Leader with his catch, a keen angler caught this big fish - weighing a hefty 64lbs 14oz.
Lewis Daneshi, 26, has always had a love of fishing, but was gobsmacked when he reeled this carp in.
Aged three, Lewis graced the front pages back in 1989, after he helped angler Hoy Pearman land a 3.5lb carp in Gunnersbury Park.
The Codfather could be the catch of the day in a competition to find the country's best fish and chip shop.
The chippie in Oldfields Circus, Northolt, has reached the London and South East regional final of the Independent Takeaway of the Year at the 25th National Fish and Chip Awards 2013.
A 21-year-old man has been jailed for stabbing a man in an unprovoked attack earlier this year.
Teniko Thomas, of Swallow Drive, Northolt, was sentenced to 30 months in prison at Harrow Crown Court last week.
He was also given a restraining order for five years prohibiting him from contacting the victim.
The Bar in Church Road, Northolt, is the place to be on Friday night when rock outfit Rotten Hill Gang crash in.
The five piece who have worked with Mick Jones from The Clash and Hard Fi's Richard Archer will play from 9pm.
After several decades, thousands of pints and bags of memories, last orders were finally called at the Red Lion.
The pub, one of the oldest landmarks in Greenford Broadway, closed after an emotional farewell party on Friday (10).
A specialist doctor will lead a free dementia awareness evening at Greenford Library this week.
Carers and sufferers can learn about the signs, symptoms and available treatments for the disease from guest speaker Dr Sujoy Mukherjee on Friday from 5-7pm.