Ealing’s young people receive awards for outstanding community achievements

The 11 to 25 year olds have done tremendous work for the borough and were recognised for their dedication

Brentford duo Maxime Colin and Yoann Barbet go back to school to help Cardinal Wiseman students

The event, organised by the Brentford Community Sports Trust, saw the pair referee football matches in the sports hall before moving to the classroom for a Q&A

Police "concerned for the welfare" of missing 14-year-old girl from Acton

Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing 14-year-old girl who has recently spent time in Acton, Ealing, Fulham and Greenford

Harry Potter Book Night 2016: What is it and how can I get involved?

If you're a Harry Potter fan, this spellbinding night of fun is not to be missed!

Were you in the Lyon Way area of Greenford on Tuesday, February 2?

Police satisfied that 'no crime committed' after suspicious activity seen around vehicle in Greenford

The behaviour of people in a van on Tuesday (February 2) led to a member of the public contacting police in the Greenford area

Missing: 31-year-old Neil Coady was last seen at a pub in Harrow

Police need your help to find missing man who was last seen in Harrow

Neil Coady told friends he was moving to the Greenford area, but has gone missing and since deleted his Facebook account

Were you in the Lyon Way area of Greenford on Tuesday, February 2?

Police appeal for witnesses after 'suspicious activity' around vehicle in Greenford

The behaviour of people in a van or minibus on Tuesday (February 2) led to a member of the public contacting police

West London pupils to join Britain's Got Talent stars Bars & Melody on stage at Wembley Arena

Children will unite in song at the world famous arena to raise awareness of the plight of kids in care

Could you quit smoking for January... or stop altogether?

Smokefree Ealing is promoting events in Ealing, Acton, Hanwell and the surrounding areas so why not see if you can ditch the cigs for good?

Pakistani cricket caterer from Ealing gathers hundreds for Super League Cricket warm up

Dalawar Chaudhry, from Southall, persuaded cricket icons including former England coach Andy Flower to gather for a media conference at West Middlesex Golf Club

Elections, Heathrow and terrorism: Local political leaders reflect on 2015

West London political leaders reflect on big moments from 2015 and challenges ahead, in their festive messages.

A-grade students and care workers celebrated at Somalian awards in Ealing

High-performing students and other Somalians were celebrated at the Somali Achievement Awards in Ealing on December 11

Failure to replace door trim by Ealing care home increased risk for 90-year-old who died, inquest hears

Iride Brigdale fell at the Downhurst Residential Nursing Home and an inquest today (December 17) established that the removal of a trim under the door increased the risk

Police searching for man who fled through Ealing with severe neck wounds

According to Met police, a man attempted to board a bus with severe neck wounds but fled the scene after refusing help from an ambulance

Woman seriously injured as car crashes into garage in Greenford

The woman was taken to hospital with a serious leg injury after being released from the vehicle by firefighters

Convicted Ealing paedophile has sentencing suspended due to ill-health

Robin Wheatley, of Hicks Avenue, Greenford, was due to be sentenced on Friday (Dec 11) but the sentencing was adjourned due to his ill-health

Ealing man loses six stone in four months - and beats his diabetes in the process

Anupam Sharad hit the scales at 18 stone in January, prompting a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, but he has since been given the all-clear

Fan collapses and dies at North Greenford United game

Physio and paramedics battle in vain to save local man as match is abandoned

Olympic athlete Tosin Oke visits Ealing primary school

Tosin Oke, who won a gold meal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in 2010, was at Selborne Primary school to offer up advice to aspiring school pupils

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Lib Dem councillor accused of crying "crocodile tears" at Ealing cabinet meeting

Council leader Julian Bell accused Lib Dem councillor Gary Malcolm of crying "crocodile tears"  at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday (November 24) following criticism 

Ealing Town Hall, home to the borough council

Services in Ealing to have lost 50% of funding by 2020

At a cabinet meeting on Tuesday (November 24) Ealing Council will decide how to save £14.7m over the next three years, contributing to the £205m it expects to have saved since 2010

Sadiq Khan hails Ealing council and urges London to "follow lead"

Labour Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan MP, who was visiting Ealing on Saturday (November 7), praised Ealing council for its efforts to transport

Guide to Remembrance Day services in Ealing

Remembrance Day services will be held in Ealing, Greenford and Southall on Sunday (November 8)

Motorcyclist from Greenford admits dangerous driving after collision with woman

Ishmael McLean is due to be sentenced next month over the crash, in which the female pedestrian was seriously injured

Police investigate 'stabbing' following party at church hall in Perivale

The incident is believed to have taken place close to Holy Trinity Church Hall, where a party was being held, last night

Greenford man jailed for role in mass plot to avoid motoring offences

Mohammed Babar, of Twickenham Gardens, was jailed for four months and disqualified from driving for six months

Firefighters free trapped driver after A40 lorry crash

The collision caused heavy traffic from Greenford to Hillingdon Circus on the A40

Man stabbed 10 times in 'unprovoked attack' in Greenford

The 51-year-old victim was walking in Greenford when he was attacked from behind in what police are calling an unprovoked attack

Team of volunteers board canoes to clean up Greenford canal

A total of 40 bags of rubbish were cleared from the canal, thanks to a team of canoe-riding volunteers

Ex-Ealing teacher jailed for sexually abusing former pupil

Paedophile Richard Alston, a former teacher at Cavendish School, was sentenced to 21 months in jail for abusing a pupil in the 1970s

Greenford

Greenford has a small town centre with good links to the A40 and is considered the birthplace of the modern organic chemical industry, where William Perkin discovered the first aniline dye 1856. It is home to Ealing borough's newest secondary school and encompasses Perivale and popular walking spot Horsenden Hill.

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