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Motorists are to blame for nearly 70 per cent of all collisions involving cyclists in Westminster, a report has revealed.
Meat will be back on school menus within weeks following the horse meat scandal.
Pupils have been eating only fish and vegetarian meals since March after halal chicken sausages served in Westminster schools were found to have traces of pork DNA.
Photographers are encouraged to submit their snaps on the theme of home for a photo competition.
Accademia Apulia, based in Westbourne Grove, Bayswater, is working with Amnesty International and the European Commission, to promote cultural diversity.
An artist whose work includes creating glowing dead rats has designed an enormous wooden spaceship for a prestigious US arts festival.
Undertakers are helping grieving friends and family while raising money for cancer patients.
Clients are able to purchase one of 10 potted plants in memory of a loved one at EA Langley Funeral Directors in Chippenham Road, Maida Vale. All funds will be donated to St John's Hospice in St John's Wood.
Students can help shape the future of car design on a new apprenticeship scheme at Nissan's design headquarters in Paddington.
A suspected illegal shisha factory has been uncovered - with enough counterfeit tobacco to fill a three and a half tonne lorry.
Trading standards officers from Westminster Council found 38 boxes of shisha tobacco in a basement flat in Harrow Road last week after a woman living above was overcome by fumes.
Thousands of residents are having their say on a multi-million pound project to regenerate three estates.
Westminster Council is working with residents on plans to improve Ebury Bridge Estate, Pimlico, Church Street Estate in St John's Wood and Tollgate Gardens Estate in Kilburn Park.
Westminster Council has added its support to a residents campaign to save a Post Office in Pimlico from closure.
Councillor Jonathan Glanz, cabinet member for housing and property, has vowed to keep the Lupus Street branch's rent at the same level for the next five years in a bid to preserve the 'vital resource' for the hundreds of residents on the nearby Churchill Gardens Estate.
Little Venice was awash with colour this weekend when 160 canal boats sailed into Paddington.
More than 30,000 people enjoyed the 30th anniversary celebrations of the Canalway Cavalcade on the Grand Union Canal over the bank holiday weekend.