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14Dec
You might think being a landlord sounds like a great way to earn a living, but it can be tougher than you imagine. Letting homes is not always easy – and finding the right tenants is often a challenge. This...
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Ealing Council is thanking residents for their efforts in helping the borough improve its recycling rates, with 2018 proving to be its most successful year to date. The latest figures show 52.86% of household waste is recycled across the borough,...
Christmas travel disruptions
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Over the festive period Network Rail will be making upgrades affecting travel from Paddington and stations across Ealing. Western Route stations in the borough will be affected by the planned works which will see no services from Paddington to Slough...
High Lane estate CGI
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Residents of an Ealing estate have overwhelmingly backed council plans to rebuild their neighbourhood, marking the first time a mandatory ballot has been used by a London council to determine public support for a regeneration...
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Lovebox and Citadel Festivals will be returning to Gunnersbury Park next year following the success of the 2018 music festivals enjoyed by more than 100,000 people last summer. Lovebox Festival will be held on Friday...
Talk Future Ealing - summer 2018
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Government cuts and a huge increase in demand for social care mean the way public services are delivered must change in Ealing. Rather than spreading our ever-dwindling resources across many services, we are proposing to start again and take a...
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School exhibition: Shirley Sexton, year 6 teacher and head of English and art; pupils from years 5, 6, 4, and 3; and Christina Urbanski, year 4 teacher and head of humanities.
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A school in Perivale held two weeks of activities themed around the First World War to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the 1918 armistice. English, reading, history, art, RE and maths lessons all had a...
Wood End Primary School council members in front of new solar panels
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Schools are becoming partially powered by the sun, thanks to a solar power scheme which has involved the coming together of community organisations, the council and residents. Local sustainability group Ealing Transition offered residents a...
Guy Ritchie - picture by Kathy Hutchins
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Hello again film buffs. I’m very sorry for the year-long hiatus. Ealing has been brimming with filming for TV and film this year, so here’s a round-up of the best reasons why I haven’t been able...