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Gunnersbury Park Museum to close as £21 million restoration gets underway

The museum will close from next Tuesday afternoon, and its refurbishment is not set to be completed until spring 2017

Revised rubbish and recycling collection dates in Ealing

Revised door-to-door rubbish and recycling collections, information on Christmas tree collections and other ways to be green over the festive season and beyond

Young musicians from Ealing and Africa come together to raise money

From south Acton to Eastern Congo, youths record their experiences and hopes for the future


Man found dead on tracks between East and North Acton stations

British Transport Police have now confirmed the body was a 29-year-old man of Hanwell

Entrepreneurial mums honoured at Houses of Parliament

The founders of Ealing Mums in Business enjoyed a reception for the support they give to small businesses in their community

New £21million A&E open at Northwick Park Hospital

The opening of the A&E was hit by three delays in the past few months

Missing Acton woman with dementia found safe and well

Police are thanking the media for publicising the appeal after Yvonne George was found

Council's decision to recommend Curzon cinema for Old Library building Acton disappoints arts centre campaigners

A final decision will be made on the future of the listed building at a cabinet meeting on December 16

Missing 13-year-old girl of Ealing found safe and well

Police say Hanaa Bennis has been found today in Acton.

Have you seen Hanaa Bennis? Missing Ealing teen may be in Hounslow area

Police are appealing for help to find the 13-year-old who went missing yesterday.

As new James Bond film 'Spectre' is announced, we uncover 007's links to west London

James Bond creator Ian Fleming lived in Chelsea and Sean Connery was once a resident of Acton. Discover these and more 007 local links.

Tribute to former Ealing mayor who always made everyone laugh

Fred Dunckley, who was a councillor for the borough for 20 years, died on Saturday

Biggest increase in insolvencies in England or Wales during 2013 recorded in Southall

There was a 47 per cent rise in insolvencies from 2012-2013 in the constituency

More free potatoes and a chance to help the homeless on offer in Acton

Charity City harvest is providing free spuds again after a popular giveaway in August

Police appeal to find missing Acton woman with dementia

Yvonne George was due to attend her church in Neasdon on Friday night but nobody has heard from her

Fraudster sentenced after elderly man duped into handing over credit cards

In the wake of this recent case of courier fraud police are again warning the public that they must contact police on 101 if they receive a phone call asking them to hand over their credit cards to a ‘courier’.

Cycle hub at North Acton station now ready for commuters

The council is focused on creating a local culture of cycling as one of TfL’s ‘Biking Boroughs’

Oaks Shopping Centre

Campaigners attempt third High Court challenge to Acton's Oaks Shopping Centre plans

The Oaks Action Group say the ruling dismissing their claims could take the process back to the 'dark ages'

Ealing's best buildings announced at Civic Society awards - pick your favourite

The aim of the competition was to recognise all kinds of buildings and designs

Detectives hunt for man involved in three indecent assaults on women in Chiswick and Acton border

Suspect described as white, 5ft 4ins to 5ft 9ins, aged 25 to 30, of stocky or athletic build with brown hair, wearing a grey beanie hat, and spoke a foreign language

Foxtons founder sues garage after his Lamborghini blows up in flames on the A40

Jon Hunt says the wrong type of spark plugs were fitted to his car by H.R Owen Dealerships Ltd

See picture of a baby donkey being used as a golf caddie

Have a look at a more unusual sight on the course from back in 1935

Executive head chosen for new Ark academy in Acton

Events will take place for parents who would like to meet Jacqueline Steele and discuss the future of the school

Getting to know Ealing's latest borough commander, Superintendent Paul Martin

Danya Bazaraa meets with Ealing's temporary borough commander to find out what his aims and priorities are.

'Eco-warriors' at Acton High plan new garden for community

Pupils have been awarded a £1,000 grant by City Pitch after promoting environmental issues

West London's queen of perfume creates her own bit of magic in Acton

Sarah McCartney is not so much a perfumer but more of a white witch. Mixing potions interwoven with spells and incantations that really place her in a league of her own.

Southall Pizza Hut takeaway closed after cockroaches found

The takeaway was one of four restaurants shut by council inspectors

Vince Cable: We were right to enter the coalition

The Secretary of State for Business spoke at a Liberal Democrats dinner in Ealing

Ealing Mums in Business honoured at House of Commons

The founders of the company will be acknowledged at a parliamentary reception next month

Commuter havoc as Victoria Station evacuated because of smoke inside shop

Closures on the District line and Piccadilly line also caused massive delays from those coming in from west London


Acton is a popular place to live largely thanks to an extremely strong community spirit and excellent transport links. It is home to more railway stations than any other part of the capital. Most of the area is sited within Ealing Borough with the rest in Hammersmith and Fulham.

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