Let the Kp-independence number αp (G) of a graph G be the maximum order of an induced subgraph in G that contains no Kp. (So K2-independence number is just the maximum size of an independent set.) For given integers r, p, m > 0 and graphs L1,…,Lr, we define the corresponding Turán-Ramsey function RTp(n, L1,…,Lr, m) to be the maximum number of edges in a graph Gn of order n such that αp(Gn) ≤ m and there is an edge-colouring of G with r colours such that the jth colour class contains no copy of Lj, for j = 1,…, r. In this continuation of  and , we will investigate the problem where, instead of α(Gn) = o(n), we assume (for some fixed p > 2) the stronger condition that αp(Gn) = o(n). The first part of the paper contains multicoloured Turán-Ramsey theorems for graphs Gn of order n with small Kp-independence number αp(Gn). Some structure theorems are given for the case αp(Gn) = o(n), showing that there are graphs with fairly simple structure that are within o(n2) of the extremal size; the structure is described in terms of the edge densities between certain sets of vertices.
The second part of the paper is devoted to the case r = 1, i.e., to the problem of determining the asymptotic value of
for p < q. Several results are proved, and some other problems and conjectures are stated.