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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Southern
15:21, 7 MAY 2017
Real life James Bond's 'M' was 'eccentric' nature enthusiast running MI5 missions from west London flat
The "eccentric" spymaster ran his famous MI5 operations from his flat in Knightsbridge
Meet some of the stars in the new series of behind-the-scenes documentary on Heathrow
Security officers, animal handlers and passenger service managers to feature on Episode 1 of Britain's Busiest Airport - Heathrow
Boaty McBoatface beats late Fulham explorer in public vote to name polar research ship
But the name of Henry Worsley, who died during an Antarctic mission, could yet be emblazoned on the vessel as the final decision rests with the competition's organisers
Forest nursery planned to save Chiswick Children's Centre
Woman behind open air nursery praised by Sir David Attenborough claims new nursery would provide income to preserve threatened children's centre
Kew Gardens says government funding u-turn will not 'fully resolve' financial shortfall
Botanical gardens welcomes £1.5m government funding pledge but says job cuts are still necessary to secure long-term future
Sir Richard Attenborough: Fans of legendary actor's beloved Chelsea plan fitting tribute.
Online petition seeking 10,000 signatures to rename East Stand in film maker's honour.
William Morris pupil gets 100 per cent to study at David Attenborough's Cambridge college
Students at William Morris Sixth Form in Hammersmith did better than last year, with several success stories to buck the national A-level trend.
Bill Bailey expected to leave no room for boredom when he performs at Kew Gardens
The comedian talks about living in Hammersmith, politics and dingoes ahead of his performance on Sunday
Ealing Tory insults Sir David Attenborough on Twitter
A TORY councillor has said he ‘did not set out to make anyone miserable’ after causing outrage on Twitter by insinuating Sir David Attenborough should commit suicide.
Ealing's first Muslim mayor sworn into office
ONE of the first Pakistanis to set up shop in Southall became Ealing’s first Muslim mayor this week.
Queen takes afternoon tea in Richmond Park
THE QUEEN enjoyed afternoon tea in Richmond Park during the latest leg of her Diamond Jubilee Tour this week.
Restaurant review: 86, Fulham Road, Chelsea
After enjoying the last mouthful of a stunning starter of scallops and pork belly, I headed to the lavatory in 86 already feeling rather delighted with life.
Skull found in Sir David Attenborough's garden
A SKULL thought to belong to a woman murdered 131 years ago has been found in the garden of Sir David Attenborough's Richmond home.
Council leader celebrity backing condescending
COUNCILLOR Serge Lourie, in his letter of February 5, states 'the local community will get a state-of- the-art river centre' which is supported, not by local people, but by David Attenborough and Vince Cable MP.
Bm@il: If you must be a fossil, be a man
IT IS good to hear that David Attenborough, aged 83, has signed up to do a new series for the BBC.
What form does Sir David's support take?
COUNCILLOR Serge Lourie's defence of the appallingly vulgar 'liar, liar pants on fire' picture put on the Liberal Democrat website clearly comes out of his party's very large Department of Feeble Excuses.
Website image furore diverts from the issue
THE use of the image of a young boy on the Richmond Liberal Democrats website was an error by our volunteer webmaster and it will not be repeated.
Who is saying what about Twickenham Riverside
Last month, Richmond Council leader, Serge Lourie, sensationally announced that he was to postpone signing a contract to transform Twickenham Riverside until after next May's local election.
Prince launches Darwin 'cocoon'
PRINCE William has officially opened the Darwin Centre at South's Kensington Natural History Museum.
Bm@il: Hang onto our quirkiness
I say well done to the fruit and veg woman who was arrested for dealing not in drugs, but in pounds and ounces.
The Fox and the child
Following on from Luc Jacquet's masterpiece March of the Penguins, the French filmmaker has managed to once again create a timeless, picturesque backdrop, in The Fox and the Child.
£3.3-million landscape project at risk
A £3.3MILLION project to increase enjoyment of public spaces and historic palaces will be put at risk if Heathrow is expanded, it is feared.