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Ealing and Acton Go To the Polls This Thursday
Vote taking place for Mayor, London Assembly and council by-elections
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Trailfinders Starts Work on Multi-million Pound Training Centre
Project marks Ealing based rugby club's determination to play in top flight
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Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit By Car in Southall
Driver arrested after collision on Lady Margaret Road
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Rupa Huq on Campaigning in Her Old Stomping Ground
Unlike the Mayor she wasn't up for re-election this Super Thursday
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Ealing School Wins Top Education Award
Notting Hill and Ealing High School impresses in competition for Independents
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Three Brothers Jailed for Life for Hacking Man To Death
Drug turf war led to brutal slaying near Uxbridge Road
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This Week's Strike By Bus Drivers Called Off
TfL says that industrial action on Friday and Saturday has been suspended
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A Taste of the Tropics Arriving in Northfields
Mystery over new shop that is ''not another estate agent's'' revealed
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'Election Day Parking Chaos' Promised in Ealing Borough
Serco civil enforcement officers set to strike during Mayoral elections
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Man Found Guilty of Murdering Mehran Heydari
Ismail Yusuf killed man he believed was rival for his girlfriend's affections
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Northolt Teenager Arrested After Machine Gun Found
Armed police launch dawn raid of residential address
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Central Line To Be Hit By Strike on Polling Day
RMT taking industrial action after dismissal of union official
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Questions Remain Unanswered About Collapse of Church Building
No permission appears to have been given for demolition
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New Bid To Introduce Parking Charges at Gunnersbury Park
Colour of signs to be changed to make them less visually intrusive
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Huge Response To Lammas Park Pavilion Fundraising
More help needed to get project to its target
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LTNs, Trips to France and Tower Blocks Part of Same Problem
Cllr Gary Malcolm claims Labour and Conservatives equally culpable
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Baby Grey Slender Loris Born at Hanwell Zoo
First ever at the centre which is now reopened to the public
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Man Convicted of Assaulting Police Officers in Southall
Bit one and kicked female officer after smashing up fast food restaurant
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Crowdfunder Launched To Stop 'Sell-off' of Victoria Hall
Friends group want the scheme approved by Charity Commission scrapped
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Demand for Ealing Foodbank Hits Record High
Praise for volunteers and donors and warnings that food poverty is not going away
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Participants Claim Ealing LTN Protest Biggest Yet
Pro-traffic scheme group says turnout half that of previous event
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Gasworks Monitoring Delays Unacceptable Say Southall Residents
Council continuing to rely on data supplied by developer
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Helicopter Comes to Aid of South Ealing Stabbing Victim
18-year-old's condition assessed as non-life threatening
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Ealing Councillor Apologises for Accepting Cannes Hospitality
Southall Green developer partly paid for former housing boss's trip
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Row Blows Up Over Gunnersbury Park Notice Boards
New signs show Putt in the Park despite lack of planning permission
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Spate of Robberies Targeting Mobile Phone Users
Incidents take place in Lammas Park and Paradise Fields, Greenford
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Ealing Man Jailed for Gunning Down Man in Soho
Richard Palmer fired shots in crowded street after nightclub brawl
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West Ealing and Hanwell LTN Survey Shows Massive Opposition
Over three quarters of residents who responded want changes removed
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Deadline Looming for Borough of Ealing Art Trail
Artists and makers who wish to take part need to apply now
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Teenager Airlifted to Hospital After Walpole Park Stabbing
Robbers were reportedly attempting to steal his electric scooter
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Three Council Seats Being Contested in Upcoming Elections
Ealing Broadway, Hanger Hill and Hobbayne wards to pick new councillors
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18 Year Jail Sentence for Double Rapist from Northolt
Ex-Princeton student Paulo Kretteis had played for Ealing Trailfinders
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''Life Changing'' Challenge For Southall Homeless
Local staff raised thousands in a Ten Million Step Challenge
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Police Seize Hugh Haul of Counterfeit Goods in Southall
£2.5million of knock off items found in shipping containers
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Ealing Borough Parking Attendants Vote To Strike
Claim Serco has been targeting union activists
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Local MP Blasts Student Campus Return Delay
Rupa Huq says Government fails to 'recognise reality of student experience today'
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Ealing Man Charged With Smuggling Ecstasy in a Digger
X-rays revealed 450kg of drugs bound for Australia
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Northolt School Reopens Refurbished Library
PTA funded upgrade at Greenwood Primary is fulfilling Cressida Cowell's vision
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Pandemic Has Seen Big Rise in TB Cases in Ealing
Borough has London's second highest rate of infection
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Vintage Buses Run on the 65 Route for a Day
London Bus Museum offers chance to experience historic route as it used to be
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Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub Finally Opens
Centre provides large gym, sports hall, tennis courts as well as ten outdoor pitches
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Pick Up After Your Pooch Messages Spotted Around Ealing
Dog owners and walkers being urged not to leave mess behind
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Ealing Council 'A Disgrace' For Not Paying School Staff Living Wage
Catering workers only being given standard minimum
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Time For A New Brew in Ealing
Popular craft ale company Brewdog is opening its doors in Dickens Yard
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Suspected Stolen Car Collides with Bus in Ealing
Three men arrested following high speed police pursuit
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Councils in Stand Off Over West Ealing LTN
Hounslow asking Ealing for collaborative approach to traffic restrictions
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Recycling Rates Down in Ealing Borough
Councillor says bringing service in-house has been a failure
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Future of Boston Manor Park Remains Unclear
Community run pavilion cafe closes but is it goodbye or au revoir?
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Perceval House Decision Will 'Destroy the Character of Ealing Town Centre'
Approval given to development at third attempt
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Watermans Gets Further Support from Culture Recovery Fund
Local arts centre and cinema receives grant of £67,000
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Time Running Out for Ealing Half Marathon
More entrants needed to ensure this year's event can proceed
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Ealing Borough Ranked Worst for Potholes in London
Over 8,000 recorded in the area over the last three years
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Filming for New TV Crime Drama Underway in Greenford
Actor Steve Coogan stars in series about the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation
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Clamour Grows To Keep Gurnell Leisure Centre Open
Council accused of lacking clear plan following refusal of planning application
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Developer Appeals Against West Ealing Tower Refusal
Plan for 20-storey tower on Manor Road had been blocked by council
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Nurse Given Parking Fine While Distributing Vaccine
Parking company rejects appeal despite being notified of reason for visit
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New Date Set for Filmworks Opening
Council now saying cinema will be in action in Spring next year
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Northfield and Walpole Councillors Pressed on LTN Promise
Had pledged to support removal if schemes proved unpopular
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Stirling Road Tip Closure Approved Along with Budget
Opposition amendment to reverse decision fails at Ealing Council meeting
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Nearly 6,000 Fines Issued By Ealing LTN Cameras
Number plate recognition devices already bringing in significant revenue
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Ealing Council Removes Green 'Road Open' Signs
Drivers were using them as grounds for appeal against LTN fines
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Ealing Council Pays Ealing LTN Objectors' Legal Fees
High Court hearing was due to decide on validity of access restrictions
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Support Continues to Grow for Warren Farm Nature Reserve Plan
Over 6,000 back campaign to protect the local habitat
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Introducing Weezy
Happiness delivered, from our local store to your front door
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Are You An Overweight Male, Non-Smoker Aged 18-65?
Imperial College Seeks Subjects For Study
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West London Kitchens And Bedrooms
Looking for a lockdown project?
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Ealing Independent College - Online Resource Hub
Find out more about what makes Ealing Independent College such a great place to learn
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Shooting Stars at Ealing Studios
Audrey Hepburn features in new photo exhibition at Gunnersbury Park
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Service To Be Held To Commemorate Armenian Genocide
Local MPs to be present to mark 106th anniversary of ethnic cleansing
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Watermans Hosting Free Online Family Show
Live theatre meets animation in work based on best-selling book by Michael Forman
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Roadworks Ahead in The Ealing Area
Traffic likely delays as a result of lane and road closures
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Ealing
Local tube services hit by engineering works and revised timetables
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Ealing Borough Leisure Centres Begin Phased Reopening
Indoor activities to take place with strict operational measure to prevent infection
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Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery To Reopen in May
First exhibition will be This is Ealing featuring local residents photos
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Hopes Remain for Hanwell Hootie 2021
Event can't take place in May but organisers looking to return this year
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Secret Cinema Plans Return to Gunnersbury Park
Three options proposed for immersive event to allow flexibility
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Ealing Band Make Musical Magic During Lockdown
NDX release new EP and are hopeful for their first live gig bookings
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Greek Myths To Be Staged Online for Children
Watermans presenting a series of four shows with puppetry
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Watermans 'Saved' By Public Generosity
Response to its appeal sufficient to keep it operating through next year
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The Music Plays On in Ealing
No audience but Ealing Eclectic is providing gigs in lockdown
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Watermans Closes Until Further Notice
Arts centre unable to operate under Tier 3 restrictions
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Local Over Fifties Fitness Group Make Fundraising Video
Spritely Fitness use Kylie song to raise money for Crisis
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Osterley Park 10K Raises Over £5,000 For Ealing Foodbank
Join challenge that can be done anywhere to get total to £10,000
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Virendra Sharma MP Hosts Virtual Meeting on LTNs
Over 130 residents living in Elthorne and Northfield Wards take part
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Ealing Save Our NHS Holds Protest
Joins national day of action against proposed US Trade Deal
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St. Andrew's Church Centre Now Reopened
Facilities available for conferences, exhibitions and exercise classes
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Walk-Through Covid-19 Test Centre Set Up in Acton
Pre-booked testing available for people showing symptoms of the virus
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BEAT's Online Silent Auction Hailed as Success
65 lots from local artists sold raising just over £8,000
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Artists for Pitzhanger Launched As Part Of Fundraising Drive
Backed by range of top artists including Anish Kapoor and Emily Allchurch
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Ealing Writers Light Up Chiswick Book Festival
Strong representation of local authors in the event’s programme
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Grease Singalong Proves To Be Lifeline for MS Sufferers
Over 50 join choir organised online by Elizabeth Lusty
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Calendar To Support Homeless Photographers Launched in Ealing
Best images from the last seven years of Cafe Art's project to be included
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Linda Massey's Diary of a Virtual Event Manager
Running the Brentford Festival not in Boston Manor Park
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The Questors To Showcase Work of Ealing Artists
Art Quest is a free exhibition taking place in the theatre
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Contagion Writer Holds MetFilm School Masterclass
Film predicts many of the scenarios seen during coronavirus pandemic
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Ealing Artist to Face Challenge from Nick Knowles
Vivien Phelan appearing on BBC One's 'Home is where the Art is'
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Hanwell Ukulele Group Marks Seven Years
Two performances combined for video to mark anniversary
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Pomp in Incredibly Difficult Circumstances
Ealing Symphony Orchestra perform lockdown version of Elgar's march
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Ealing Business Buddies Anniversary
Local networking group has grown to more than 750 members
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Ealing's 'Unique' Amateur Theatre
Questors features in new book just published
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Zoom Past The Supermarket Queues In West London
Ocado Zoom delivers just what the doctor ordered – more food, less waiting
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Why I Became A Plumber And How I Ended Up With A Business In The UK Part 2
Read the final part of the Italian Plumber's story
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The Upper Scale Home Delivery Service
Finest quality of fish delivered to your door.
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Go View Selling Unique Home In The Middle Of Nature And Wildlife
Seldom available house within Warren Farm
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While I Have You
First novel by local author A C Harlow
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Exclusive Serviced Office To Rent
14 square meter office for 1-2 occupants 5 minutes from Ealing Broadway.
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Stability In The Face Of Uncertainty
Falcons Pre-Preparatory School for Boys
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Dancing With H By C. S. Fiore
Be ready for Christmas presents. Keep safe. Give a book.
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Ealing Park Tavern Plan for 'Slightly Smaller' Pub
Nine new apartments proposed for historic site
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Ealing's Gourmet Burger Kitchen Saved From Closure
One of 35 sites to be kept open by new owners
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Prince William Orders Curry from Ealing Restaurant
Murgh masala and poppadoms delivered to Kensington Palace
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Hollywood Star's Curtain Call at Ealing Hospital
Blade Runner legend filmed some of his last scenes
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The Stars Are Out Again in Hanwell
Actor Mark Strong is latest celebrity to grace the area
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Stamp Duty Holiday Fails To Boost Ealing Property Market
Low turnover and falling rents bringing concern for future
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Go View London Win Big at This Year's AllAgents Awards
W5 branch wines overall gold award and ranked best for sales
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Average Ealing House Price Reaches Record Level During Lockdown
Buyers snapping up large family homes despite the pandemic
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Historic England Condemns Perceval House Scheme
Says 26-storey tower would harm conservation areas and nearby listed buildings
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Concern Over Pitshanger Development Plans
Consultation underway over proposals for prominent site
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Massive Opposition to Manor Road Development
Over 700 objections to West Ealing plan despite developer reducing height
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Council Blocked From 'Selling' Ealing Town Hall
Charity Commission withhold approval and council told to revise application
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Tallest Ever Building in Ealing Borough Gets Go Ahead
MP blasts 'presumption to build' after 55-storey tower block approved
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Local A&E Ranked Best Performing in the Country
Trust that runs Ealing Hospital top for four hour wait targets
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Hanwell Town Teenager Receives Grassroots Football Award
Elsa Jones honoured at virtual ceremony with Geoff Hurst and Gareth Southgate
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Birds of Prey Take Up Residence in Ealing Hospital
A pair of peregrine falcons are roosting on the roof of the building
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Is This Ealing's Most Neighbourly Street?
Residents in West Ealing raise spirits in uplifting show of community
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Woman Who Campaigned for Ealing for Decades Dies
Coinne Templer was honorary vice president of the Ealing Civic Society
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Gone But Never To Be Forgotten
Friends and family pay tribute to Allan Isichei killed in Southall last year
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Local Conservation Group Publishes Vision for Warren Farm
Brent River & Canal Society says it is ready to work with Ealing Council
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Southall Broadway Ranked as Capital's Most Polluted Road
Since ULEZ implementation outer London streets now worse than city centre
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The Log Cabin Charity is Turning Forty
It needs your support to help Ealing's most vulnerable young citizens
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Moment Tree Falls Down in Ealing Caught on Camera
Dramatic footage shows pedestrians narrowly avoiding being crushed
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Ealing Council Relent on Charity Worker Parking Fines
Andrew Mcleay had been ticketed even though he had an exemption
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Southall Cattery Threatened With Closure
£47 million black hole in RSPCA's accounts means they must make cuts
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Residents Groups Unconvinced By Ealing's New Planning Policy
Consultation period extended but guidance on methods of informing residents ignored
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Praise For Ealing Charity Volunteers
Ealing Soup Kitchen is one organisation providing variety of services to help during crisis
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Ealing Soup Kitchen Helping The Homeless
Volunteers responded to a call to provide food and drinks for those in need
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Appeal To Help Hanwell Zoo
Contingency funds running low and support is needed
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Ealing Women Are Living Donors
Kiran Gupta and Jacquie de Bidaph urge others to consider helping those in need
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