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Urban farm and social enterprise Cultivate London recruiting for youth programme

Taster sessions are available in the last week of February

Four west London postcodes top burglary hotspots list

Chiswick W4 postcode has the highest burglary-related insurance claims among Hounslow, Ealing and Hillingdon

Ealing Mums in Business meet with Economic Secretary to the Treasury

Ealing's Mums in Business have met with the Economic Secretary to the Treasury to discuss what support is available to entrepreneurs.

Unemployment figures decrease in Ealing by more than a third since 2010

Figures have been released by the Office of National Statistics

Volunteers walk marathon for domestic abuse victims

Last week, January 17, Khadeejah Welfare Foundation (KWF) volunteers supported by the Central Jamia Mosque (CJM Mosque) Outreach Group in Southall braved the bitter cold to walk 23 miles.

Ealing Council Branded 'immoral' over closure of day care centres

A day care centre for adults with severe learning difficulties and two day care centres for elderly people with dementia were closed by Ealing Council at a cabinet meeting last night.

House of Lords welcomes second turbaned Sikh from Ealing

Ranbir Singh Suri, having been created Baron Suri of Ealing, was introduced to the Upper House on October 13 2014, supported by Lord Popat and Lord Leigh of Hurley.

Seven charged over violence which marred Bees' defeat to Watford FC

Two men from Hounslow, one from Acton and a teenager from Isleworth are among those charged with affray following the clash on September 30 last year

Ed Miliband honours Ealing 'champions' at House of Commons

The Labour leader met people from around the country who have made an impact

Cllr Gary Malcolm: Mental health in Ealing should not be ignored or stigmatised

Labour's proposed cuts to mental health services in Ealing is a blow to local sufferers, argues Liberal Democrat leader Councillor Gary Malcolm in his latest column.

New poll reveals boost in support for Heathrow expansion

Populus survey of 10,000 residents shows additional jobs and apprenticeships shape-up top reasons for supporting expansion

Free activity day to celebrate opening of women-only gym in Acton

Donations will be accepted for Breakthrough Breast Cancer and women are asked to wear something pink on the day

New subsidised bike lock scheme aims to reduce theft in Ealing

Discount will be available on a 'first come first served' basis at one of six shops in the borough

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Man dies in Brentford flat fire

A man in his 60s was pronounced dead at the scene after firefighters were called to a blaze at a ground floor flat in Layton Road this morning

Public meetings planned to discuss new North Twyford Church of England High School

People have the opportunity to ask questions at the meetings on Tuesday

Bus strikes: 'TfL and the mayor need to bang the bus operators’ heads together' says Unite

More than 20,000 workers of private bus companies are taking action around London today over unequal pay

Acton-born entrepreneur overwhelmed with MBE for services to hospitality industry

Wendy Bartlett is co-founder of Bartlett Mitchell which is a food-service company launched in 2000

A&E waiting times at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust worst in England

The trust, which is responsible for Central Middlesex Hospital, Ealing Hospital, Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospital has consistently missed its A&E target waiting times over the last three months.

London bus drivers to stage 24 hour strike on Tuesday in protest over 'pay inequality'

The Unite union has called a 24-hour strike by bus drivers tomorrow over pay and conditions, and claims two thirds of public support their aims.

Road closed by the police

ATM gas attack hits cash machine in Hanwell

Police were called to the attempted raid the ATM at Boston Parade at 4.43am today, Monday, January 12.

Breaking: Car part on fire on the A40 near Northolt

Motorists are experiencing severe delays between the Polish War Memorial, Northolt, and Gypsy Corner, Acton

Stephen Greenhalgh launches online tools to track confidence in police

The Confidence Dashboard shows that in Ealing overall confidence in the police is 67 per cent

Pimlico couple accidentally set fire to bed while trying to keep warm

'Lucky escape' for couple who accidentally set fire to their bed, tried to put it out, and did not have a smoke alarm.

Police on the hunt for Ealing's most wanted

Officers have released six images of the wanted suspects some of whom they have been trying to locate since May and June.

MPs meet to discuss concerns about housing association A2Dominion

The meeting followed concerns about issues including faulty lifts and hot water outages at properties across London, including flats at the Great West Quarter in London

Police appeal after unprovoked bus stop attack in Acton

Officers from Ealing Safer Transport Team are appealing for help in identifying two men who assaulted another two men who were waiting at a bus stop.

Big boost for iconic 286-year-old Ealing pub

One of Ealing’s most historic pubs, the Ealing Park Tavern has re-opened following an extensive refurbishment under new owners, ETM Group.

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

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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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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter