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Caring for a loved one with mental health problems can be very challenging physically as well as emotionally. But there...
One You Ealing health campaign
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A health campaign called One You Ealing has been helping hundreds of people change their lifestyles. The NHS spends £11billion...
Liam Barber, Innov8 apprentice taken on with the help of Ealing Apprenticeship Network
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Ealing Council has smashed its target of attracting 100 apprenticeship pledges from local businesses in 100 days; the ‘100 in...
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Age UK Ealing is taking over the running of Greenford Community Centre – keeping it a key part of life...
Hambrough Primary School pupils with a Beat the Street card
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The streets of Southall will become a three-dimensional board game for school pupils this autumn as they attempt to ‘journey...
Apprentice Jasmeet Bhurjee in the council chamber
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Apprentices Jasmeet and Seamus chose to earn while they learn after they left school. Now they find themselves on a...
Gruffalo trail at Horsenden Hill - little girl meets the fox
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You may have noticed the new Gruffalo trail snaking across Horsenden Hill for children to chase along, finding characters as...
Solar panels on the roof of Castelbar primary school in Ealing
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Thanks to a new community energy project, supported by Ealing Council, a local school will be partially powered by the...
Alex Molokwu of Co Work Hub used a Smart Energy Grant from the council
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A business in Acton is slashing its electricity bills after being one of those to have benefited from energy advice...
Fly-tipping
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Last year, more than 15,000 tonnes of fly-tipped waste was cleared from the streets and open spaces of the borough....
Post-exams: No need to panic
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Exam results not what you expected? Have no clue what to do next? Well, firstly, stay calm and do not...
Congratulations
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“I had been out of work for a very long time,” said Symone Liburd of Greenford, who is now a...
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