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16:53, 14 JAN 2015
A&E Crisis: GP surgeries opening at weekends to relieve A&E pressure
In the wake of lengthy A&E waiting times the NHS is urging people not to go to A&E if it is not absolutely necessary
French community supported by politician in wake of Charlie Hebdo attacks
Councillor Joe Carlebach has said he is standing with the French community in his Hammersmith and Fulham ward after last week's terror attacks in Paris
Brook Green man denies raping and robbing pensioner
The woman in her 80s was allegedly attacked at her house in August
Olympic gold medallist opens first London boat club in 50 years
Katherine Grainger opened the Fulham Reach Boat Club today which is providing free training to schools in the area
Police praised after dramatic hit and run of police officer
It has also emerged that the car which hit the police officer yesterday afternoon had failed to stop during a police operation to identify uninsured vehicles on Hammersmith Bridge.
Man arrested for attempted murder after police officer injured in hit and run
The police officer was seriously injured in the middle of Shepherds Bush Road just after 3.30pm after attempting to stop an orange car which had mounted the pavement.
Female police officer 'mowed down' during car chase in Hammersmith
A female police officer has been seriously injured in the middle of Shepherds Bush Road after attempting to stop a car which had mounted the pavement.
Brook Green's run-down tennis courts get major spruce up with Boris Johnson's help
The refurbished tennis courts, complete with floodlights, are now open to the community and schools at an affordable rate
Founder of new Wild Food Market hoping to put west London on foodie map
Emma Agyemang speaks to Pushpal Dhawan about his passion for locally sourced fresh food and drinks at the weekly market in Brook Green
The 233 unidentified bodies found across London
A corpse found under a Hounslow railway bridge last month and a man whose head was blown off in an explosion near Wormwood Scrubs 31 years ago are among the bodies the Met Police has never been able to identify
Man charged with rape of pensioner in her 80s
Robert Lashley, 32, has been charged with raping the pensioner while robbing her house on Saturday (August 16).
MP congratulates Chelsea sisters on art charity fundraiser
Culture minister Ed Vaizey sang the praises of a pair of Chelsea teenage sisters who came up with art competition where the best works are auctioned for charity.
Two men in hospital after 'window cleaner' falls from ladder
A man in his 30s has been taken to hospital in critical condition after falling from a ladder in Brook Green and another man in his 60s has suffered a head injury.
Police hunt pervert suspected of a string of sexual offences across west London
Police are linking a string of sexual offences which took place in Earls Court, and Chelsea in April.
Food & Drink
Food Review: Classy fish and chips at Kerbisher & Malt
DANYA BAZARAA eats at Kerbisher & Malt - Fish and Chips, New Broadway, Ealing. 02088404418. www.kerbisher.co.uk.
Repairs to major roads in Hammersmith & Fulham expected to cause congestion and delays
Some of the busiest roads in Hammersmith and Fulham are to close for essential repairs during February, resulting in delays and disruption for motorists
Linden Homes to demolish former Carpet Right and build 40 flats
Residents welcome smaller plans for the five-storey block in Goldhawk Road
Concerns Hammersmith 'flyunder' tunnel could lead to over-development
Plans for a tunnel to replace the aging Hammersmith flyover have been welcomed, but some are concerned it could open the floodgates for developers
Shepherd's Bush mum's tree drawing could win major art prize
AN ARTIST has been shortlisted for two major prizes, the £30,000 Threadneedle prize and in the prestigious National Open Art Competition.
Brook Green cafe was once a meeting place for a magical society
HUNDREDS pass through the doors of the George’s Cafe every week to enjoy a cup of tea and a bacon roll, not knowing of the building’s mystical past.
Hate crimes and cuts in police numbers are topics raised at roadshow
HATE crimes against people with learning difficulties and concerns about the loss of police officers with local knowledge, were two of the topics raised by the public at police roadshows recently.
Building homes on Olympia car park would be 'intolerable' say residents
DETERMINED Olympia residents came together this week and vowed to stop major regeneration plans which they say will make life in the area ‘intolerable’.
Looking Back: Eros statue's links with Feltham
I SUSPECT that many local people when photographing the Eros statue in Piccadilly are not aware of its strong connection with Feltham.
Long-serving Brook Green publican wins award for his ales
A PUB in Brook Green has been given an appreciation award by Fuller's brewery for the care of its ales.