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Friday bus strike called off - but Monday's is still on

Bus strikes across the Capital have been cancelled on Friday but will still go ahead Monday, and we have details of services affected.

West London Muslim group condemns murderers of British aid worker

President rejects Islamic State as having 'nothing to do with Islam' and hopes killers are brought to face justice.

Nursery showcasing new resources at open weekend

Peapods nursery in Greenford has a new sensory room and outdoor area and new ICT facilities

Police divers resume river in hunt for missing Alice Gross

Specialist officers from Devon and Cornwall called in to help track down missing teen

Yellow ribbons across Hanwell as community rallies behind search for Alice Gross

Alice, a Brentside High School pupil, has been missing from her home since Thursday August 28. She was last seen on CCTV at 16:23 near Trumpers Way Canal Bridge.

Garden association display produce in 80th show

The Horsenden Allotments and Garden Association had more than 100 people at their event

Community man 'who was everybody's friend' made his wife feel like the luckiest woman in the world

George Harris, the husband of a former Northolt Mandeville councillor, has died

Indian cuisine helps raise money for West London Bangladesh Welfare Association

Youths from different backgrounds helped ensure the charity lunch ran smoothly

Sharp shooting Heston Rotarians claim district darts trophy

Rotary Club of Heston and Isleworth see off rivals from across west London in the annual competition

Jail for burglars who tied up and threatened 71-year-old woman

David Augustine and Krishna Modely were jailed for 26 years for a string of offences across west London

Helping keep watch over Greenford homes

Watchdog Locksmiths held their opening ceremony on Monday

Go-ahead given to transform Starlite ballroom into 39 flats

The Greenford site was an Odeon cinema in 1935. Now it will be reconstructed into housing

Save the Starlite demo held by Greenford campaigners

Ealing Council's planning committee will decide the fate of a former cinema site on Wednesday

Former Starlite cinema should become community centre not flats, say Ealing campaigners

Ealing Council's planning committee will decide whether a former cinema will be transformed into 39 flats in a meeting on Wednesday.


Distraught mother says her family will struggle to deal with the death of son Dean Mayley forever

Donna Mayley says her son was killed for no reason and now she has to lie to her other children to try and protect them

Teenager guilty of murdering man with learning difficulties, Dean Mayley, in Greenford

A 17-year-old has been convicted of murder and three others were convicted of manslaughter today

Two men injured in Greenford road accident

A man was treated for a head injury and leg injury and another patient was treated for an eye injury

Group of artists sharing their creations in Perivale

The public get to see what goes on in artists' studios and buy their favourite work

Photo released of suspect in Greenford Broadway head-butt assault

A man was hit on the back of the head outside the local William Hill bookmakers

Police step up patrols after teen stabbed in Greenford park

Police will have more of a visual presence in the borough's open spaces after a 16-year-old was attacked in Oldfield Recreational Ground

Ealing GCSE results

Results as we get them, scroll down to find your school 

16-year-old boy stabbed in the leg in Greenford park

Officers are appealing for witnesses to the attack of a young boy in Oldfield Recreation Ground last Saturday

Balancing 'The Best of Both Worlds' : Author publishes book on the struggles of South Asian Brits

A Greenford Hindi-Punjabi speech and language therapist has released a book on the psychosocial effects of migration

A dead rat, mouse droppings and contaminated food found as crack down on Ealing restaurants continues

All businesses have since reopened following extensive cleaning and pest control measures and Ealing Council continues to work with them to maintain their standards.

Hotel given the go-ahead in Greenford

An application for a hotel in Greenford Road was accepted at the last Ealing Council Planning Committee meeting

Best ever results for the school at Greenford High

More than 200 students are heading off to university after excellent A-level results

Accused in Greenford murder trial had 'samurai sword in car'

An 18-year-old accused of the murder of Dean Mayley had previously been caught with a samurai sword and a knife, an Old Bailey jury was told.

Cllr Julian Bell: Anxiety and excitement about the next four years

Ealing Council leader Julian Bell reflects on the tough financial challenges that lay ahead for his Labour administration in his latest column.

Great Greenford Crown Post Office re-advertised for franchising

Applications to franchise the post office in Greenford Road opened today

Silver medal for McGuinness in Commonwealth Games bowls

England's John McGuinness had to settle for silver at the Kelvingrove Bowls Club, writes Jon Batham .


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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