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Campaign to make London a National Park City builds momentum but needs your help

We caught up with the National Park City London campaign, as London's mayoral hopefuls pledged their support

Angry protesters gather in Greenford to fight Ealing Hospital changes

Around 20 protesters gathered outside Greenford Town Hall where the Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group were holding a meeting

Greenford Vet group crowned best in London

Goddard Veterinary Group, in Oldfield Lane, Ealing, were crowned the London winner by regional award scheme

Missing Daria Pietrzak from Ealing has been found

Police thanked the public and media for their support in the search for the 15-year-old who is safe and well

Uxbridge actor to star alongside famous footballers in upcoming film

Upcoming football comedy movie Kicking Off features footballers past and present such as Robbie Savage, Mark Bright and Sir Geoff Hurst

Roadshows aim to win over residents who think controversial new Ealing bin collection system is rubbish

Council officials will explain the benefits of the new collections to those who

Police 'increasingly concerned' for welfare of missing Ealing teen

Daria Pietrzak, 15, has not been seen since Monday (April 4), when she was spotted around Greenford

Ealing to spend £4.3m improving borough's roads and footpaths

Pot holes and cracks will be among the problems tackled, starting this month

Boris Bikes to be rolled out across greater London, Goldsmith pledges

Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith has said he will keep cyclists safe and also extend Boris Bikes to places such as Ealing Broadway

Police concerned for missing Ealing teenage girl

13-year-old Alicia Manget was last seen at around 8pm at her home in Greenford

West London men 'among UK's grumpiest'

Find out which three west London areas made the top 10 in a dating website's table of the UK's grumpiest men

Pet shops suspend sale of rabbits over Easter to prevent 'impulse' bunny purchases

Pets at Home is instead running workshops over the Easter holidays teaching youngsters how to be responsible pet owners

Ealing summer festival dates announced by council

Ealing summer festivals will kick off with the Greenford Carnival on June 18

Greenford man charged with kidnap and threats to kill after alleged rape

Aqil Ali was charged on March 7 after an alleged sexual assault on a woman

Council closing in on culprits who dumped 160 tonnes of waste at Warren Farm in Southall

Waste, including furniture and building materials, was discovered on March 2, and the culprits and households it came from may have to foot the bill

Man charged after alleged serious sexual assault in Greenford

A suspect was charged on Monday (March 7) after an alleged serious sexual assault took place in the vicinity of Perivale Park on Saturday (March 5)

New wheelie bins in Ealing described as an 'eyesore' to be introduced in June

Ealing Council has announced a date for the introduction of wheelie bins but the move has drawn criticism from residents and councillors

Motorbike yobs destroy part of 80-year-old Greenford golf course by riding on the green

Operator of 80-year-old Horsenden Golf Club, Tyran Adam, forked out £1,500 after yobs destroyed part of the golf course by riding motorbikes on the green

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

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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Salina Patel
Hounslow
Katherine Clementine
Uxbridge
David Rivers
Ealing
Goolistan Cooper
Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster
Nathan Spendelow
Harrow and Brent
Robert Cumber
Hounslow
Emily Chudy
What's On Reporter
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Tom Moore
Sports Reporter
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter