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Man Jailed for Spiking Another Man's Drink in Ealing Pub
Admitted in court that he intended to sexually assault victim
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Nearly 40,000 London NHS Staff Not Double-jabbed
Key worker shortages loom if not fully vaccinated by April
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Second Arrest in Rishmeet Singh Stabbing Investigation
17-year-old boy held on suspicion of murder
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Greenford Teenager Charged With Terrorism Offences
Ayub Khan allegedly had knife linked to terror plot
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Featherstone High Students Win Medical Research Contest
Idea for battling heart disease judged best in national competition
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Mayor Urges Support for Rough Sleeping Campaign
Calls on Londoners to help contribute to ending homelessness in the capital
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Transformative Policing Institute Launches at UWL
Committed to training and educating police services across London
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Two Men Sought in Connection with Greenford Robbery
Packages taken from delivery driver on Sarsfield Road
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Police Seek Witnesses To Southall Assault
Man subjected to unprovoked attack at Lady Margaret Road bus stop
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Greenford Barber Who Posed as Taxi Driver Jailed
Isaac Mabwa kidnapped a woman and drove her round for over and hour
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Rupa Huq Teams Up With Matt Hancock To Make Politics Kinder
Rivals join forces to detoxify public debate
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New NHS Mental Health Service Launched for Young People
Best For You provides a patient-centred model of care
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New Plan To Develop Hanwell Arts and Crafts House Garden
Two semi-detached houses could be built covering 50% of the green space
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Illegal Cigarette Dealer Fined £200,000
Quarter of a million fags found in Uxbridge Road storage unit
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Go View London Win Big at AllAgents Awards
Rated as best sales branch for W5 for third year in a row
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Lord Patten Presents Scholarships at St Benedict's
Calls for academic free speech saying an argument is different to a quarrel
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Trio Sought After Racist Attack on Central Line
Train was travelling between Shepherd's Bush and Ealing Broadway
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UWL Transforms Buildings To Slash Carbon Emissions
Says changes are the equivalent of planting 25,000 trees
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No Last Minute Breakthrough in Tube Dispute
Strikes over Night Tube restart set to proceed this week
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West Ealing Drug Dealer Jailed for Three Years
Local Safer Neighbourhoods Teams found him selling heroin
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Campaign Launched To Save Ealing's Swifts
Local wildlife group wants to put up a large number of nesting boxes
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Mayor Fails To Endorse Warren Farm Nature Reserve Plan
But Sadiq Khan says council must consider its conservation value
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Ealing Man with Multiple Sclerosis Hails Helpline
Now volunteers for service which provided him support when first diagnosed
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Mayor Warns That Tube, Bus and Cycle Schemes Face Cuts
Says transport network will be in a state of managed decline without funding
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UWL Launches First Sustainable Food Course
Focus will be on alternative ways of cooking and eating
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Night Tube Dispute Threatens Christmas Chaos
RMT union says it is planning weekend strikes which will affect regular services
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Ealing Hospital Physio Going To The World Cup
Alicia Taylor will be part of the back room staff for the Jamaican rugby league team
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Judge Describes Southall Road Death as 'Tragedy All Round'
Driver killed pedestrian after pressing accelerator rather than brake
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Ealing Council Chief Executive Stepping Down
Paul Najsarek 'moving on to new challenges' after six years
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Heart Screening for the Young Resumes at Ealing Trailfinders
Over eighty people were tested with five referred for further tests
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Dream Job for Rufus the Dog From Ealing
Set to travel the country helping to review canine friendly cottages
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Huge Southall Development Approved by the Council
564 housing units to be built in three tower blocks
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'Michaelmas Marvel' Card Shop is Back for its 37th Christmas
Charity Christmas cards for sale in centre of Ealing
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Climate Tops Agenda at Rupa Huq's School Visit
Sixth formers at St Benedict's challenge MP with their questions
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Ealing Friends of the Earth Demonstrate Outside Town Hall
Highlighting importance of local action in combatting climate change
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Ealing Foodbank Serves 100,000th Client
Sad but impressive milestone reached by local charity
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Council Accused of Dragging Out Victoria Hall Tribunal Process
Borough has applied to be represented at hearing
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Ealing Among First Hospitals To Trial Trump's Covid Drug
Ronapreve given to former President when he caught the virus
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Consultation Being Held About Online GP Services
Local NHS commissioning group wants to hear your views
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Anger and Dismay Over Manor Road Tower Decision
Planning inspector overrules council's rejection of the application
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Council Accused of Being 'Tone Deaf' on Youth Centre Demolition
Decision justified by the need for housing and plans for new facility
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Ealing Residents Invited To Name New Independent Cinema
Venue will be at the site of the former Karma Club
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Gunnersbury Car Park Charges Introduction Delayed Again
Management now says they will start in November at the earliest
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Has Money Run Out for Ealing Broadway Station Works?
Concern growing at apparent lack of progress for forecourt upgrade
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The West London Queer Project December Events
Come along and enjoy some much needed sparkle
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What's On At Watermans Cinema This Week
Films include The Power of Dog, Petite Maman and Pirates
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Pitzhanger Exhibition Aims To Focus on Society's Inequalities
Features work of artists from local youth centre
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Questors Choir Holding Christmas Concert
Programme ranges from Bach to George Michael
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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 and train services hit by engineering works and revised timetables
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December Listings for Gunnersbury Park & Museum
Exhibitions, special performance of The Snowman and Christmas Crafternoons
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Ealing Film Festival Goes Live for 2021
The first in-person event will take place in the town centre in December
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Public To Paint Eco-action Mural at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre
Film of community artwork project to be shown at COP26 conference
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Girls Sing in Ealing Abbey Choir For the First Time
After 111 years they are included in the intake of new choristers
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Ada Lovelace CofE High School To Collaborate with IBM
Announcement made on day to honour polymath after whom school is named
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Ealing Half Marathon Runners Raise Over £155,000 for Charity
Entries now open for the 2022 event with discounted entry fees
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Local Hospital Trust Holding Virtual Half Marathon
Fundraising for charity that supports projects for dementia patients
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Free Dance Classes in Southall for Visually Impaired People
Dance Dosti catering for those from a South Asian background
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London's New Year Fireworks Display Cancelled
Event called off due to 'uncertainties caused by Covid'
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Over 6,000 Take Part in the Ealing Half Marathon Weekend
Ealing Eagles pair take first and second in women's race
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Live Audiences Return to St Mary's Perivale
After 18 months, concert venue opens its doors again
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Special Event Held To Launch Cricket Pitch at Blondin Park
New facility and sports pavilion opened by the Mayor of Ealing
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International Slavery Remembrance Day Marked in Perivale
Ex-Chelsea footballer Paul Canoville addresses gathering
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French Market Returns To Ealing Broadway
A range of delicacies will be on offer from street food vendors
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Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery Reopens
Public welcomed back with two new exhibitions
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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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Local Over Fifties Fitness Group Make Fundraising Video
Spritely Fitness use Kylie song to raise money for Crisis
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St. Andrew's Church Centre Now Reopened
Facilities available for conferences, exhibitions and exercise classes
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Hanwell Ukulele Group Marks Seven Years
Two performances combined for video to mark anniversary
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Ealing's 'Unique' Amateur Theatre
Questors features in new book just published
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 Leisure
It Shouldn't Happen To A Plumber
The Italian Plumber: A Christmas Tale -Daddy, is Father Christmas real?
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Castano Lounge Cafe Bar Set To Open on High Street
Restaurant to take over former Royal Bank of Scotland Premises
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Fuller's 'Surprised' To Hear Concerns About The Black Horse
Company says it has no plans to close Greenford pub
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Ealing Park Tavern Plan for 'Slightly Smaller' Pub
Nine new apartments proposed for historic site
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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
 Property
Stamp Duty Deadline Leads To Rush of Ealing House Sales
Unusually high proportion of million pound plus homes change hands
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Stretch of Broadway in West Ealing Sold to Developer
Catalyst disposes number of buildings including St James's House
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Ealing House Price Record Smashed
Property on Carlton Road sells for over £5,000,000
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Figures 'Show Wrong Kind of Housing' Being Built in Ealing
Concerns expressed that pandemic has permanently changed local needs
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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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Concern Over Pitshanger Development Plans
Consultation underway over proposals for prominent site
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Hanwell Station Wins Ealing Civic Society Award
Restoration of Grade II listed building praised by panel of judges
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LAGER Can Receives Award Signed By the Queen
Members of the Ealing litter picking group at Westminster Abbey to collect
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Number of Polish Children in Ealing Schools Continues to Fall
Majority of families staying despite Brexit and Covid
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Pick and Mix Helping Saves Babies' Lives
Ealing based sweet business donating sales proceeds to children's charity
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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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Local A&E Ranked Best Performing in the Country
Trust that runs Ealing Hospital top for four hour wait targets
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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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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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Ealing Council Relent on Charity Worker Parking Fines
Andrew Mcleay had been ticketed even though he had an exemption
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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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Ealing Soup Kitchen Helping The Homeless
Volunteers responded to a call to provide food and drinks for those in need
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