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August Bank Holiday: Monday's supermarket opening times

Here are the all-important Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose

More than 200 new homes set for Ealing on brownfield sites - but less than half affordable

Ealing Council has struck a deal which will see 216 homes built on brownfield sites in a bid to meet its council housing target

A Level results: Uxbridge College student takes a second shot at education and gets Oxford University place

An Uxbridge student has been welcomed to one of the most prestigious universities in the country on his second attempt at A Levels

Greenford student gets straight A*s and As - but STILL misses out on university place

Batool Alharahsheh pulled off the remarkable grades but will have to go through clearing after not being offered a place at two different universities

Hounslow waste depot to close for a month as refuse work overruns

Space Waye in Feltham will close from October 3, and will only be available to the public at weekends once it reopens

Life-saving treatment plea for Greenford man who organised Green Day's first ever UK gig

Greenford's Lawrence Graham-Leigh has a 20% survival chance through chemotherapy but a 70% chance if money is raised for new treatment

A traffic warden on High Street, Ealing

Ealing Council to introduce 21 controlled parking zones after £150,000 consultation

The council has announced its intention to put forward 21 new controlled parking zones (CPZs) - following an initial £150,000 consultation

Ealing Autumn Festival to host special Mozart-inspired artwork by high school students

Students from Drayton Manor High School will be showing off their latest artworks at the latest Ealing Autumn Festival open day

Uxbridge Magistrates Court

Greenford man slashed ambulance tyres 'while high on heroin and spice', court hears

Paul Johnson cut the tyres of the ambulance while paramedics treated a critically injured pedestrian in Greenford

Lake tragedy, flying ants and Mourinho's snub - most-read stories this week

A mysterious death at an Ealing cemetery and the closure of a Hillingdon aqua park during the hottest day of the year also piqued readers' interest

What's going on in west London this weekend, including award-winning play Punjabi Boy

Award-winning play Punjabi Boy is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

Watch police raid homes as part of crackdown on criminal drugs gangs in west London

London-based criminal gangs are using a method police described as 'cuckooing' to run illicit drugs businesses from homes of vulnerable addicts

Death of man found in car at Ealing cemetery is 'unexplained'

Police say a man in his 60s was pronounced dead at Greenford Park Cemetery, where he was found on Sunday (July 17)

Age UK granted lease of Greenford Community Centre - and promises new café

Councillors voted to grant the lease of the Oldfield Lane South facility to Age UK, which will open a café there

Travellers leave Greenford site following week-long stay

Around 40 travellers had moved onto a site in Oldfield Lane but were seen moving out on Thursday evening

Next Summer Sale: When is it and what time do west London stores open?

Clothes, homeware and more are set to have prices cut from Friday - sop don't miss your chance to grab a summer bargain

Complete FA Cup draw for EVERY west London club in Extra-Preliminary round

If it only seems five minutes since Manchester United lifted the world's most famous domestic trophy - believe it or not, the 2016/17 competition is almost on us

Man charged after ambulance tyres slashed while crews attended collision

Ambulance crews were called to a road collision in Greenford on Saturday (July 2) but their vehicle was targeted while they helped a casualty

Car collides with wall on Greenford Roundabout shutting access to A40 westbound

One person has been taken to hospital but police currently do not know what condition they are in

Ambulance has tyres slashed while paramedics help pedestrian in Greenford

The incident occurred as paramedics treated a pedestrian involved in a road accident on the A40 on Saturday (July 2) night

Three out of 23 Ealing wards voted to leave EU in Ealing - was yours one of them?

Overall, Ealing voted to remain in the EU following last week's vote - but three wards did return a Leave majority

FREE fun events and activities going on in London this July

There are loads of fun events and activities going on in London this July that cost absolutely nothing! Why not head to one this summer?

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Police called after alleged sexual assault next to David Lloyd gym in Greenford

A police cordon was in place next to a pathway near David Lloyd Sudbury Hill in Greenford

England v Wales: Which companies are letting staff take a break to watch Euro 2016 match?

We asked major employers whether they are giving staff time off to watch the big game on Thursday

Little Hanwell Town invest £100,000 to make future big

The Southern League Central side and in the fourth tier of the Non-League pyramid have got a brave new world awaiting them if all goes to according to plan

Greenford man pleads not guilty to kidnap and threat to kill after alleged rape

Aqil Ali appeared at Isleworth Crown Court on Friday (June 3) but denied all charges following an alleged sexual assault

Britain's only Dementia Concern shop in Greenford set to close after almost 20 years

Bosses will not renew the lease on Dementia Concern, bringing a close to almost 20 years of business

Mum-of-four takes on thief who stole money from elderly woman in broad daylight

Brave Claire White detained a thief who had targeted an elderly woman using a walking frame, long enough for him to give up and hand back the stolen cash

Supermarket opening times for the Spring Bank Holiday

Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose on May 30

Greenford memorial stonemason appeals fine for 'misleading grieving customers'

Kenward and Son, which creates stone memorials for the deceased, displayed a sign claiming affiliation with a trade association - but this was out of date

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
Ryan O'Donovan
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
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