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The elderly woman who died in a collision with a lorry in Harrow Road last week has been named as Margaret O'Brien.
The 93-year-old died after the incident at the junction of Chippenham Road on Wednesday (27) last week at about 1.30pm.
Labour councillors have backed a call by residents for a pelican crossing to be installed at the busy junction where an elderly woman died yesterday.
The pedestrian, believed to be in her 90s, died at the scene following a collision with a lorry in Harrow Road near the junction with Chippenham Road.
An elderly woman, believed to be in her early 90s, has died following a collision involving an articulated lorry.
Police plan to set up two new bases in St John's Wood Library and the Beethoven Centre following the closure of three police station front counters in the borough.
Harrow Road (pictured), Marylebone and St John's Wood police stations are among 63 out of 136 front counters across the capital to close to the public.
A PLEDGE to ensure that all new food products will be tested before they appear on school menus has been made by Westminster Council.
The promise comes in the wake of revelations that up to 19 schools in the borough could have served halal chicken sausages contaminated with pork to their pupils for lunch.
HER Majesty The Queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cambridge on a visit to Baker Street tube station on Wednesday to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground.
The royal party met with station staff and train operators as well as representatives of the Railway Children charity.
by Camilla Horrox
A two-year programme hopes to stamp out human trafficking after it was found that Westminster was the worst in London for the crime.
A free day of games and activities will challenge and inspire families to try a new sport for the first time at a Westminster leisure centre this weekend.
The open day on Saturday from 10-3pm at Queen Mother Sports Centre, in Vauxhall Bridge Road, Pimlico, hopes to capitalise on the enthusiasm for sport during last summer's London 2012.
Parents, childminders and an eight-year-old boy have signed a petition to reinstate a much-loved playground.
by Josh White
Firefighters are expected to join a day of action tomorrow (Sat 16) against proposals to close Westminster fire station.