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Police are appealing for information about a missing woman with links to Maida Vale, Kilburn and the Edgware Road amid a claim she has been kidnapped.

Some homeless people in Westminster will be moved out of London with many sent to live in private sector properties in Coventry and Leicester.

Tube workers could stage a second walkout this year on February 6 as part of a dispute over jobs and ticket office closures.

Police have launched a fresh bid to find the killer of a young woman who was murdered in her Maida Vale flat 44 years ago.

Opposition councillors in Westminster have slammed the council for its proposal to provide vitally needed social homes for its homeless households - in the borough of Hounslow.

A 19-year-old man is fighting for his life after he was stabbed in Queen’s Park.

Police are appealing for information leading to a chronically ill man who frequents Kilburn and has been missing for six weeks

A community living in a conservation area in Marylebone fear their quiet neighbourhood will become a congestion infested rat run if the council ploughs on with the Baker Street two-way traffic scheme.

Westminster police are appealing for information after a man was kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint by three men who abandoned his car in Kensal Rise.

The Ham&High has teamed up with a West Hampstead entrepreneur in a drive to encourage people to shop locally this Christmas.

Seriously ill children in St Mary’s Hospital may yet have a happy Christmas after a charity raised more than £20,000 to replace stolen presents.

Thousands of pounds’ worth of Christmas presents donated to critically ill children have been stolen from St Mary’s Hospital.

Two objectors stand in the way of a Little Venice pensioner battling wintry elements to have a bus shelter placed outside his doctor’s surgery in St John’s Wood.

A vicar from Little Venice has hit the screens starring in a new Christmas television advert for Amazon.

Search our table of London MPs’ expense claims to find out how much your local MP spent in 2015-16

More than 1,000 Westminster pensioners put on their best frocks and suits for an afternoon of high tea and dancing.

Bike frames, wine glasses, keys and scaffolding poles were amongst the haul fished out of the Little Venice canal.

In July 2016 we published articles concerning Wilberforce Primary School which made reference to Michael Larkin’s time as the interim head teacher of the school. The articles claimed that Mr Larkin had been sacked, that half the staff resigned while he was there and that claims of bullying were upheld by an independent investigation.

The battle to rebuild a Maida Vale pub has reached the other side of the world where a similar Carlton has been illegally demolished by developers.

Nursing staff at a Paddington Hospital received a royal surprise with a visit from HRH the Prince of Wales.

Cyclists say they are lucky nobody was seriously injured after tacks were discovered on the roads inside Regents Park as the row over a proposed new cycle superhighway in north west London escalates.

A petition has been launched for a public consultation among rumours that Westminster Council is to make £750,000 worth of cuts to its libraries.

A rapper and actor from Kilburn broke down while talking about a close relative who had experienced a mental breakdown.

A senior Rabbi from Maida Vale has helped launch World Jewish Relief’s emergency appeal for Haiti following the devastation caused by Hurrican Matthew.

A violent thug has been banned from EVERY pub and club in London after he carried out an unprovoked drunken attack on an innocent man.

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