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West London cycle superhighway almost certain to fall short of Hyde Park, mayor suggests

Cycle Superhighway 9 is now expected to run through only Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham, stopping short of Hyde Park

Top running routes in west London to get you in the best shape for summer

Fancy getting fit this summer? Well you're in luck, as west London has loads of gorgeous running routes that will make it easy to get out for a jog

Multi-millionaire loses latest round in battle with council over her stripy house in Kensington

Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring must return the property to its original appearance and pay thousands in costs after losing appeal

Six great places in west London to go for a milkshake

If you fancy cooling down this summer, why not head to one of these great diners and cafés for a refreshing milkshake?

National Cream Tea Day: Nine cute cafés in west London to get a delicious cream tea

National Cream Tea Day will this year be falling on Friday June 24; why not head to a cute café in London and enjoy one for yourself?

Award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden finds a new home in Kensington

The Australian-inspired garden won Silver at the famous show and is now on display at the Royal Garden Hotel

New help for young people with eating disorders in west London

Services will allow patients to refer themselves, speeding up the help and support they urgently require

Comedian's tube trek reaches Kensington on World Refugee Day in aid of charity

Ben Van der Velde is walking to every London tube station in aid of charity Refugee Council

Money needed to ensure popular Golborne Road Festival can go ahead in North Kensington

Organisers fear a cash shortfall could curtail activities at the Golborne Road Festival and have set up a crowdfunding page

Hopeful homeowners need FORTY times their earnings to buy a home in west London hotspots

Those dreaming of snapping up property in some of west London's most affluent areas will need much more than the average earnings in the area, according to the latest figures

Man abandoned in Fulham as baby appeals for help tracing his biological family

Nick Ayres, 49, was left in a church and has grown up with no knowledge of his biological family or his exact date of birth

Sex card pest banned from loitering near every phone box in London

Marcin Mikolajewski was nabbed placing prostitutes' cards in South Kensington, and handed a long list of restrictions

Meet the man planning to run 20,000 central London roads this year

Costin Boldisor got bored running the same routes every week, so he set himself an unusual challenge

Number of people with diabetes rises rapidly in west London

Ealing and Brent have seen the largest increase and highest number of diabetes sufferers over the last year in west London

Southall man booted from Kensington casino - weeks after winning £10,000

Ravi Ram says he does not need to work given his roulette winnings, but the casino denies his winning streak is what has got him banned

Money raised for Hammersmith Hospital in memory of Kensington patient

The first of an annual football match in memory of Lee Blowers helped raise £8,000 for the hospital which treated him

Controlled explosion carried out after terror alert in Kensington leads to evacuation on high street

Police carried out a controlled explosion outside the Israeli Embassy after a suspicious package was left by the building

Where are west London homes rising by £160 a day?

The new official house price index reveals which boroughs have seen the biggest rises and which is the most expensive in the UK to live (no prizes for guessing which)

Police arrest two more suspects following 2011 murder of Adeniyi Lateef Shode murder in Northolt

Adeniyi Lateef Shode, also known as Aden, died of stab injuries in 2011 but no one has ever been charged for his murder

Young friends aim to set up first full-time skate school in London

The teens say the school in Ladbroke Grove will be the first in the capital to run throughout the year

Birthday Honours: Serpentine Galleries director named Dame

Julia Peyton-Jones recognised for 25 years of services to the world of arts

Birthday Honours: Co-founder of skincare company in Kensington named MBE

Simon Duffy was honoured for his Bulldog Skincare products for men's grooming


Lilian Thuram in Kensington: 'It's an England versus France final' predicts World Cup winner

Former Fulham target and one of the best of his generation boldly predicts a less than entente cordial showpiece - but no prizes for guessing which one wins

Officer who used police database to track down woman who 'scratched his car' fired from force

PC Craig Marcham used the force's database to find a woman's address before hand delivering a letter accusing her of scratching his car

'We will try to appease campaigners, but Crossrail 2 decision is not a referendum' says project director

Crossrail 2 director Michele Dix told getwestlondon of the difficulties of the project and why it's not over for campaigners until the final go ahead is given

Just the (gin and) tonic: Company to launch Notting Hill super-distillery

The Distillery is being launched by Portobello Road Gin and will provide a haven for gin buffs and aficionados

West London areas among those to see biggest rise in rents for one-bedroom flats

Renters in one London borough have seen an increase of a staggering 51% since 2011

Firefighters put out flames in Kensington house fire as man escapes unharmed

A man fled the scene before crews arrived and no one was hurt

National Picnic Week: Great parks in west London for a spot to eat in the sun

It's nearly time for National Picnic Week, and to celebrate, we've rounded up nine of the best parks in west London for a bite to eat in the sunshine

Watch fire rescue demonstrations and meet life-sized Playmobil firefighters at Willesden open day

Willesden fire station is throwing open its doors on Sunday, June 5 to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Fire Brigade


Kensington has a rich mix of culture and upmarket shops, including Kensington High Street; one of London's busiest shopping destinations. South Kensington is home to Exhibition Road, famous for its museums such as the Natural History Museum, while other attractions include Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.

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