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15:56, 15 DEC 2015
Poll: Who do you think will win the fight for Christmas Number One this year?
The Christmas top spot is the most sought-after musical accolade of the year, and with X-Factor winner Ben Haenow scooping it last year, who will win in 2015?
Some of west London's most harmonious voices to sing for charity in Ealing
A barbershop chorus and a rock choir will be performing for a wide range of tastes later this month
West Thames College
TeenStar finalist hoping to go one better in Open Mic UK
Jeniequa Quamina, who lives in Hanwell and studies at Isleworth's West Thames College, reached the regional finals of the national talent contest after deciding to go solo
From Heston to LA: Meet the face of Ingress, the online game played by millions
Ione Butler plays Susanna Moyer on the Ingress Report, updating players on progress in the game played across the globe
Move to ban pigeon-feeding in Hounslow divides opinion
Responses range from 'about time' to 'what harm have they done?'
Battle Of The Bands this Sunday as school kids rock on
The winners will go on to headline the main stage at this year’s Hillingdon One Youth Festival
Funeral of Raiders Of The Lost Ark stuntman Terry Richards
Known to hundreds of millions of people the world over as the black clad swordsman felled by Indiana Jones
Olympic stars launch Acton's new £19m leisure centre
Olympic stars including swimmer Mark Foster were joined by 3,500 visitors at the launch of Acton's new Everyone Active leisure centre.
Children wear silly, odd and loud socks for World Down Syndrome Awareness Day
Families urged to take pictures and even 'selfies' to highlight the genetic disorder - send us yours!
Diesel the drug sniffer dog calls it a day
A DRUG sniffer snog who uncovered hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of drugs - including a find at a Hounslow pub - is to take retirement.
Gurdwara founder among local people given honours
A CO-FOUNDER of Hounslow's gurdwara, who put his house on the line to fund the building of the Sikh temple, has been made an MBE.
Shining a light on Stonebridge
Stonebridge has already starred in one film from Scruffbag Productions and will soon feature in another.
Charlotte Campbell is doing it her way
Charlotte, 23, of The Fairway, South Ruislip, has been writing songs since she was 15 years old and has dreamed of performing since she first picked up a guitar.
Skyfall - the best Bond by far
Time waits for no man, not even the suave and sharply attired 007.
Singing one’s own praises through gigging and the internet
A SINGER-SONGWRITER from Surrey, Elissa Franceschi is part of a new wave of DIY artists on the London music scene.
On the spot: Craig Burley
FORMER Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley reveals why he wouldn't borrow Nigel Spackman's clobber, Frank Sinclair's awful taste in music and why John Spencer managed to avoid the wrath of his team-mates.
The harmful notion of size zero
By THE time you read this, people of Ealing, the media coverage will no doubt have died down somewhat.
Hundreds of young dancers wow Ealing theatre goers
HUNDREDS of young dancers wowed sell-out audiences in a spectacular production at Questors Theatre in Ealing.
NOTE TO SELF: Real bodies come in all shapes and sizes
By the time you read this, people of Ealing, the media coverage will no doubt have died down somewhat.
Magical melodies brighten up care home garden party
CARE home residents had a double dose of musical fun when they were visited by talented schoolgirls and enjoyed a summer garden party.
Shepherd's Bush rapper reaching for the stars
A BUDDING young Shepherd's Bush rapper is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Adele, Jessie J and Amy Winehouse.
Lenny Henry on his first love - music
Veteran comic Lenny Henry visits the Beck Theatre this Saturday (5) as part of his new music-inspired tour, Cradle to Rave.
Traders fear rise in parking charges will hurt business
TRADERS and residents fear increased parking charges for anyone without a HillingdonFirst card will 'drive a stake through the heart' of Northwood.
Adele Parks sets her lastest novel in Chiswick
A famous author has set her latest book in her home town of "leafy" Chiswick.