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Police make arrest after man found fatally wounded in Newham cemetery

A 52-year-old man is being held at a south London police station

A&E department of Central Middlesex Hospital will close its doors in September, pushing patients to Northwick Park Hospital

The accident and emergency department at Central Middlesex Hospital in Harlesden will close on September 10, patients will be directed to other north west London hospitals, including Northwick Park Hospital.

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Police launch murder hunt after Acton man found fatally wounded in east London cemetery

The victim, who was named today, was found with neck injuries and died in hospital

£7.05million to be injected into Ealing primary schools

The money will go towards creating much needed school places for three primary schools across Hanwell and Acton.

Police appeal after empty designer bags and Rolex boxes found in flat

Ealing officers are asking anyone with information to come forward after they found empty designer bags in an Acton property

One Ealing Youth Festival attracts MOBO award winner and a disc spinning MP

The free festival has been organised to celebrate and support the youngsters across Ealing.

Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth, Mary Macleod

Brentford MP given little hope by bookies

Brentford & Isleworth MP Mary Macleod has a 73.8 per cent chance of being ousted next May, according to Ladbrokes. Read on to see how it rates your MP's chances.

Independent music company says more support needed for smaller production businesses

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The founder of Delicious Digital in Acton says local music production companies need a boost

Grant given for headteacher's memorial garden

Pupils at Acton High won £1,000 through the Mayor’s Fund for London which they will use to honour a former head

Attacker storms Acton Police Station armed with a 'trowel'

Thug hit his victim with a weapon before escaping and being caught by officers nearby

Man who slashed another's face during row convicted of GBH

Abdulaziz Sharif Osman has been convicted of GBH following a brawl outside a shisha café in Acton which left one man dead, another fighting for his life, and a third seriously injured

Blaze damages warehouse in Park Royal before firefighters go on strike

Firefighters were called to fight a fire in a steel fabrication warehouse on Minerva Road last night 12 hours before the Fire Brigades Union strike today

Achievements of African and Caribbean youths celebrated in ceremony

The 10th Dr John Roberts CBE QC Achievement Awards took place on Friday

Morrisons hoping to name a delivery van after a community hero

The supermarket launched its online delivery service in Ruislip today and wants to put a local person who has gone above and beyond on one of its vans

Father of baby born in Morrisons car park tells his tale

Holy Mtombo was delivered in Morrisons car park, Acton, on July 1

Gunnersbury Park restoration set to begin within next year

Work to restore the park's orangery, bring boating back to the Round Pound and build a new cafe, using £4.7m of Lottery funding, is expected to take between 18 and 30 months

Sagal Osman is campaigning for an end to female genital mutilation.

Watch: FGM survivors tell their harrowing stories in new video

The NSPCC video was shown at an event in White City to raise awareness of female genital mutilation in the Somali community

Boating to return to Gunnersbury Park thanks to £4.7m grant

A new cafe and the restoration of the Orangery are among other changes to get the 'jewel of west London', which straddles Hounslow and Ealing boroughs, sparkling again

Positive spirit of Acton spread throughout the annual carnival

Acton Carnival was enjoyed by almost 10,000 people over the weekend

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Have your say on Chiswick High Road proposals

Tomorrow (Sat, July 5) is the final day of the second public exhibition by developers Lend Lease

Women's community group gets £5,000 grant

The South Acton Skills and Arts Collaborative (SASAC) was awarded a cash boost from the Santander Foundation

Café Project could leave many autistic adults out of work if customers don't start flocking in

A scheme which provides work experience for autistic over 18s could shut down without more help and publicity

Campaigners vow to continue fight against Oaks Shopping Centre development in Acton

Opponents claim the planning committee which approved the controversial plans was fixed

The procession at 2013's Acton Carnival

Revellers prepare to show their pride in Acton as the carnival approaches

The event will include a parade, live music, dance performances, and activities for all ages on Saturday

NUT, UNISON, GMB and UNITE strikes planned

A number of public sector unions will strike on July 10 about pay, pensions and work conditions

No affordable homes in Ealing for first-time buyers

Shelter's recent research shows only 86 affordable homes for sale in London; none of which are in Ealing

Morrison's supermarket in Acton

Police officers deliver baby in car park at Morrison's

A woman who went into labour while at Morrison's supermarket in Acton had her baby delivered in the car park by the police.

Oaks Shopping Centre

Ealing Council welcomes Acton Oaks judicial review decision

The controversial Oaks shopping centre redevelopment in Acton is a step closer after opponents lost their bid for a judicial review.

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Michael Russell
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John Shammas
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Mort Smith
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Tim Street
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