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Three men bailed in connection with suspected Southall arson attack

The men aged 30, 35 and 40 have been bailed to return to a police station in early September

Ealing MP Rupa Huq under fire for defending MP Naz Shah's anti-semitic Facebook posts about Israel

MP Rupa Huq was interviewed on the BBC's Today Programme on Thursday (April 28)

Police name man killed in suspected Southall arson fire

Police are confident it is 21-year-old Sherif Adel Makar Habib from Acton, as a post mortem indicates cause of death as 'severe burns'

Co-operative food store in Acton to re-open after £420,000 facelift

The store closed on April 13 so that a £420,000 makeover could go ahead but it will now re-open on Friday (April 29)

Nine fun things to do in west London this May Bank Holiday weekend

Monday May 2 is a bank holiday across the UK, and you should make the most of your time off... Here's what's going on in west London

Truth and Reconciliation themed Ealing Autumn Festival touring libraries across the borough

Ealing Autumn Festival arrived in the borough on Saturday April 23, and will be chock-a-block with interesting artists

Police appeal for missing 16-year-old from Acton

Ayaan Mohamed from Acton was last seen on Wednesday and police have issued a description of her as they appeal for information

Here's where to spot the celebratory train tour on the Queen's 90th birthday

The train will be winding through London and Surrey to celebrate the Queen's birthday this Thursday - here's where to see it

Greenford Vet group crowned best in London

Goddard Veterinary Group, in Oldfield Lane, Ealing, were crowned the London winner by regional award scheme

Police seek man following string of sexual assaults in Acton area

Detectives are investigating four assaults between January and March which they now believe may be connected

Stone's Fish & Chips: What's the secret behind one of Ealing's most popular chippys?

Reporter David Rivers reviews Stone's Fish and Chips, which opened in Acton last year

Roadshows aim to win over residents who think controversial new Ealing bin collection system is rubbish

Council officials will explain the benefits of the new collections to those who

Ealing to spend £4.3m improving borough's roads and footpaths

Pot holes and cracks will be among the problems tackled, starting this month

Pudsey Bear brings a smile to west London groups working for disadvantaged and vulnerable youngsters

Children in Need will give nearly £30,000 to three groups based in Acton, Fulham and White City

Man charged with attempted murder after Acton shooting

21-year-old Jamal Myers-Ghani is accused of attempted murder after a number of shots were fired towards a group of three men

Central Line services back to normal following 'three days of chaos'

Londoners were subject to severe disruption on the line this week, thanks to a transformer fault that took three days to fix

Ealing Oktoberfest accused of being unlawful by Open Spaces Society

The society believes the event, which will bring 20,000 litres of beer to Ealing, is not allowed in London's parks under a 50-year-old law

There will be no London Mela this year in Gunnersbury Park

Organiser says Europe's largest South Asian festival could be run by an independent trust when it returns better than ever in 2017

Flat and shop damaged in Wembley fire

London Fire Brigade (LFB) said they were called to the blaze at 10.18pm on Monday (March 22)

Plans submitted for new glass and steel structured building at Acton Station

Network Rail has submitted plans for a new building at Acton Main Line station and various other improvements in preparation for Crossrail

Firefighters rescue four from blaze in six-storey block of flats in Acton

London Fire Brigade (LFB) were called to a fire at flats in Acton where firefighters rescued four people

Two men re-bailed after alleged rape of man forced Acton police station closure

Three men were arrested after the alleged rape of a man forced the closure of Acton police station for up to four hours in January

Ealing summer festival dates announced by council

Ealing summer festivals will kick off with the Greenford Carnival on June 18

Firefighters put out blaze at Park Royal factory as staff evacuated

Firefighters tackled a blaze at a factory in Park Royal and said it was under control by 3.15pm

Detectives appeal for witnesses and information after man injured in Acton shooting

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was injured by gunshot in Acton on Tuesday (March 15)

Charlie Brooker gets support from Ealing MP in bid to use Parliamentary clips for TV satire

Ealing Central and Acton MP Rupa Huq wants to change a law banning satirists from using Parliamentary clips on TV

Man punched and had pillow placed over his face while his home was burgled

Ealing police have described two suspects as light skinned black men in their 20s or 30s along with a third, younger, black male suspect

Second suspect charged with the murder of Acton teen Usaama Ali

Elijah Herry Gooding, 18, of West Street, Erith, has appeared in court after being charged by police

Oktoberfest in Acton will not destroy park or disrupt residents, claim Ealing Council

Fears of noise, anti-social behaviour and the condition of Acton Green Common have been raised after Ealing Council conditionally granted approval for and Oktoberfest event there

30,000 square foot indoor trampoline park to open near Heathrow Airport

Jump Giants will be opening a giant indoor trampoline park in Colnbrook near Heathrow Airport... Why not come down this Easter?

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