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Laura Forsyth, best dressed window winner Acton 2016
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Acton’s traders got especially creative recently for a best dressed shop window Christmas competition. The stores were lit up by...
Units in common alcoholic drinks
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With the party season upon us, it is easy to get swept up in rounds and drink more than we...
Officers talking to people with drink in a public park
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A six-week public consultation began on 14 November, asking residents what they think of Ealing Council putting a legal order...
Ealing cinema ground breaking
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Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, joined Tony Pidgley, chair of the Berkeley Group, and Holly Smallman, from Picturehouse...
Four of the apprentices working on Havelock estate through Catalyst
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The first phase of a dramatic overhaul of Havelock estate in Southall is almost complete and it has seen local...
Brentside High School pupils developed a walking app
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Pupils in Hanwell have developed an ‘app’ for mobile phones that has successfully encouraged others to walk to and from...
New schemes are in place for private sector rental sector
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New licensing for privately rented housing comes into force on New Year’s Day; and landlords should embrace the change, not...
Police and council safer communities officers
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Your local ward forum is the perfect place to share any thoughts on crime or anti-social behaviour – and to...
Claire and Marisa in the transformed area in Stephenson Street, thanks to Transform Your Space
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A community of railway cottages in an industrial heartland in Acton has transformed an urban space into a green haven,...
Over 50 table tennis club at Northolt Leisure Centre
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Did you know local leisure centres run a wide range of popular sessions for people aged 50 and above? It...
Primary school classroom
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If your child was born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013 he or she will be due to...
Gunnersbury Park: The round pond being restored
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Gunnersbury Park and its many historic buildings have been closed to the general public while a large and complex restoration...
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