6:29 pm, Mon 15 Apr 2013 Heathrow consultation
Council: Heathrow noise disrupts lessons
An infant school has been the setting today for the latest stage of the campaign against the possible expansion of Heathrow.
Hounslow Council chose it, claiming that lessons there are frequently disrupted because the school lies directly under the flight path.
Martin Stew reports.
3:10 pm, Mon 15 Apr 2013 Heathrow consultation
Consultation on impact of Heathrow expansion
Hounslow Council has launched its consultation on aircraft noise from Heathrow.
8:00 am, Mon 15 Apr 2013 Heathrow consultation
Heathrow expansion debate
Hounslow Council opens consultation with people affected by airport expansion
Consultation is about to begin between Hounslow Council and residents and businesses that will be impacted by planned expansion at Heathrow Airport. Hounslow is the borogh most affected by noise from the airport as it lays directly under both main approach paths.
9:00 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 'Hounslow slasher' jailed
The 'Hounslow slasher' jailed for 18 years
A man dubbed the Hounslow Slasher has been jailed for 18 years, for knifing two women in the face and neck.
Police say they believe it was "only a matter of time" before 21-year-old Sasha Masamba went on to kill. Jamie Shepherd has the story.
5:30 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 'Hounslow slasher' jailed
Police: 'very likely' 'Hounslow slasher' would have killed
Sasha Masamba, who was sentenced to 18-years in jail today, was described by DCI Hargreaves as 'a danger to women' and said his violence had escalated.
Dubbed the 'Hounslow slasher' police believe if he had not been caught he would have gone on to kill someone.
5:11 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 'Hounslow slasher' jailed
DCI: 'Hounslow slasher' victims left with permanent scar
DCI Amanda Hargreaves has said the two victims who were attacked last August by a man dubbed the 'Hounslow slasher' have permanent scars, both physically and mentally.
Sasha Masamba, 21, described by a judge as 'every woman's nightmare' was jailed for 18-years today.
1:36 pm, Fri 12 Apr 2013 'Hounslow slasher' jailed
'Hounslow slasher' victim did not know her throat had been cut
One of the women to have been attacked by the 'Hounslow slasher' Sasha Masamba said she did not know her neck had been slashed.
She was walking home from work when Masamba attacked her from behind.
He grabbed the victim round the neck, who cried out as she thought he was trying to strangle her, unaware he had a knife to her neck.
When the victim screamed out, Masamba said "I was only joking!"
As the victim was left standing in the street she realised that her neck was painful and was bleeding.
7:49 pm, Tue 04 Dec 2012 Welsh Guards' Hounslow parade
Video: Hounslow pays respect to fallen soldiers
In just 7 months a west London regiment has lost five soldiers in Afghanistan.
Today was an opportunity for hundreds to pay their respects to them, and to welcome home to Hounslow their comrades from 1st Battalion Welsh Guards.
Piers Hopkirk was there.
2:39 pm, Tue 04 Dec 2012 Welsh Guards' Hounslow parade
Welsh Guards glad to be home
The commanding officer of 1st Battalion The Welsh Guards, Lieutenant Colonel Dino Bossi, said he was pleased to be back at their barracks in Hounslow after an eight-month deployment in Afghanistan.