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November (Page 3)

Month: November 2018

Outbuilding

A Southall landlord is almost £42,000 worse off after repeatedly ignoring council orders to stop illegally letting so called "beds...
Anthony Bennett - winning entry for Seasons of Ealing autumn 2018

This patiently posed picture of a squirrel was voted as the winner of our fifth Seasons of Ealing photography competition,...
Cllr Midha wins Dormers Wells by-election

Mohinder Kaur Midha has won the Dormers Wells ward by-election and will now join Tejinder Singh Dhami (Lab) and Ranjit...
Samantha Smith - Apprentice of the Year

The borough’s finest apprentices were celebrated as part of the Ealing Apprenticeship Network Awards on Thursday, 1 November at Ealing...

Sian is an early years practitioner at Buttons Day Nursery in Hanwell. She started an apprenticeship two years ago that...
Thamel Bar & Grill

Ealing Council has taken legal action against a Northolt restaurant, Thamel Bar and Grill, after council officers from the food...
Save Our Hospitals campaigner

NHS North West London has confirmed that controversial plans to cut 500 acute care beds in the region have been...

How do you travel around the borough? Whether it is by Tube, car, bike or on foot, or a combination...
Seasons of Ealing photo competition - time to vote for the winner

You can pick your favourite autumn photo and, by voting, help decide the winner of our fifth Seasons of Ealing photography competition. Entries closed Wednesday night (31...

We all know that smoking is terrible for your health - and if that wasn’t a good enough reason to...
Meath Court

Ealing Council’s ground-breaking modular temporary accommodation has won the Homes and Housing category at the Place West London Awards 2018,...
Armistice Day celebrations in London, 11 November 1918

Dr Jonathan Oates concludes our series on the First World War by reflecting on what happened locally when reports of...
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