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08:22, 17 JUL 2014
Student scoops national sociology award
A pupil from St Benedict's school in Ealing has won the British Sociological Association Sixth Form Competition
Vicious assault: police appeal for public's help to trace man in CCTV images
The unprovoked attack caused the victim such bad head injuries that he is still in hospital
Watch: Simon Cowell, Ricky Gervais and Jude Law among celebs doing World Cup dance for Cancer Research UK
A football song with a music video packed with celebrities is sweeping the nation ahead of the World Cup. John Shammas talks to the people involved.
BM@il Barbara Fisher
Bm@il: Compulsory school until 18 is a lesson in futility
"Leave the sixth forms for those who have probably spent years pretending they’re not academic in order to appear cool and now want a bit of peace and quiet to study A-levels."
Geek Speak's App of the Week: 'Cloak' welcomes you to the anti-social network
'Cloak' is the new app which uses data to help you hide from friends, so-called friends, and family. Useful, eh?
Met to spend £200million on mini iPads to replace beat bobby's notebook and pen
The Met is to equip officers in Hammersmith & Fulham with mini iPads as part of a pilot scheme to see if technology can increase time bobbies have to spend on the beat
BM@il Barbara Fisher
Bm@il: You Google if you want to, iPod (it's true, I do)
The first Apple Macintosh went on sale 30 years ago – January 1984 – and I remember joining the Gazette as a full-time reporter to find that typewriters had been replaced by computers.
City Gardener: How to grow your own herbal tea
City gardener Sarah Heaton issues a challenge to grow your own herbal teas in a our West London gardens and balconies
Fans' phones stolen while they are 'moshing' in Wembley
Quick-thinking police officers use app to find stolen phones and alleged thieves during Queens of the Stone Age gig at Wembley Arena
Win tickets to see The South in concert in London
getwestlondon has two pairs of tickets to give away to the band's gig at Islington Academy on November 2
Take part in West London's biggest witches coven this Halloween
Children of all ages can pick up a free witches hat at Lyric Square and take part in a special Chronicle photo
City Gardener: Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness
Autumn is here and it is time to rediscover your appreciation of apples, writes Sarah Heaton
Scary wolves among new trail attractions
SOME scary-looking wolves and a place to reflect are the latest additions to artwork among the trees set up by a charity which provides activites for youngsters.
Ealing mum designs 'Gobaby' app to help parents
A MOTHER has launched the first App identifying pram friendly tube stations and baby changing spots around London.
Three arrested after Southall drugs raids
THREE people have been arrested in Southall following drug raids earlier today.
This Week On Westside: Ronell and Elle review new talent
At Westside we're proud to introduce a new show ‘The Westside Review’ hosted by the duo Ronell & Elle every Sunday from 7-9pm.
NOTE TO SELF: Molly has left junior school - and I'm terrified!
We’ve just celebrated something of an important milestone in our house – Molly has left junior school.
On the beat: New officers working to make Harrow safer
I WELCOMED 16 new police officers joining us this week who will be based on Safer Neighbourhoods teams across the borough.
Cannes puts local film maker on road to success
A FILM-maker has followed up a top award at Cannes Film Festival by snapping up an exclusive distribution deal.
Treat in store for Ninja Turtles fans this weekend
YOUNG fans TV's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have a chance to impersonate their heroes when a battle bus arrives at Asda in Park Royal this weekend.
Isleworth film maker wins at Cannes
A FILM maker is celebrating winning a top award at Cannes Film Festival followed by snapping up an exclusive distribution deal.
Jail increase for teen knife thugs
THREE teenage thugs jailed for stabbing a man in the face during a street robbery have been given stiffer sentences.
Letters: TfL heavy-handed when dealing with public
I have been amazed at the lack of engagement with the public from Transport for London in relation to the rolling out of the Boris Bike scheme across Hammersmith and Fulham and their heavy-handed approach to steamrolling their schemes through.
Big stars among the fans
FOLLOWING a string of raucous UK live performances supporting The Rifles and The View alongside summer sets at both the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the all-male rock band The IC1s headed back to their studio to record their latest single.