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Quiz: How well do you know the Highway Code?

Could you pass a driving test if you had to take one today? See if you can answer our 10 questions.

Steve Pound MP: Why Greenford can be proud of its famous and successful son

In his latest column, Labour MP for Ealiing North Steve Pound , pays tribute to one of his constituents who is a remarkable 'rags to riches' success story.

Battle of the sexes: Who does better in West London driving tests?

 Data shows who is keeping their cool behind the wheel during the practical driving test

One Ealing Youth Festival attracts MOBO award winner and a disc spinning MP

The free festival has been organised to celebrate and support the youngsters across Ealing.

Dream come true for ‘humble immigrant’ after Prime Minister presents award

Dr Rami Ranger's Ealing based business, Sun Mark, is the only company ever to have been awarded the Queens Award for Enterprise for five years running.

Neighbours surprised as police march in and out of home unexpected

Officers arrested a 20-year-old youth in a back garden in Oldfield Lane South after walking through a property

Pupil does skydive to raise cash for Great Ormond Street Hospital

A student at Greenford High made £1,500 for the hospital where she had open heart surgery

Talent competition impresses all at Funday Sunday

Our Lady of the Visitation Catholic Primary School in Greenford held their summer fair at the weekend

Onesie walk raises thousands for DASH

People took to the streets in their sleep wear for an 10 mile charity walk

Dyslexia blog and podcasts set to share personal stories

A Greenford man wants to show people with dyslexia they can still be successful by exposing them to accounts of different experiences

Man taken to major trauma centre after road accident near Greenford station

An accident involving a man and a car was reported this afternoon in Oldfield Lane North

Ealing Conservative leader Councillor Greg Stafford

Cllr Greg Stafford: Labour's huge majority could be bad for democracy in Ealing

In his first column as Ealing Conservative leader Councillor Greg Stafford reflects on the outcome of the local elections and the challenges ahead.

Tug of war, taekwondo and family fun at Greenford Carnival

This year's Greenford Carnival in Ravenor Park celebrated Armed Forces Day

Love Bug is in the air at the Hanwell Carnival

'Herbie' the Volkswagen Beetle from the Disney classic The Love Bug took part in this year's Hanwell Carnival procession, and the winners of our baby and toddler competition were revealed.

Greenford Carnival kick starts summer festival season

Greenford Carnival’s diverse line-up will kick start a lively calendar of events for this year’s Ealing Summer Festivals on Saturday, June 30.

Flat fire in North Kensington

Car on fire was cause of temporary A40 closure at Greenford this morning

The London-bound A40 closed and then reopened this morning after a car caught fire.

Replica First World War tank lifted onto Greenford roof

A replica war tank was craned onto Vanguard Holdings Ltd in Greenford to mark 100 years since the First World War

Devashish Shah, a 34-year-old Indian, of St Paul's Avenue, Harrow, was sentenced to two years and six months' imprisonment for his part in a west London visa scam racket updated

Jailed: West London immigration racket gang who ripped off Home Office with fraudulent visa applications

Co-defendants from Harrow, Kingsbury, Greenford, Southall and Hayes convicted of conspiring to defraud the Home Office

Nature trail open for all to enjoy in Greenford

The Litten Nature Reserve has officially opened its trail with interaction areas for children

Victim warns of gang targeting cashpoints in Greenford

A pensioner has warned that there is a group lurking outside LLoyds and Barclays in Greenford Road watching people enter their pin numbers

An inch of urine filling the approach to a row of homes in Greenford

A resident has said a pathway to flats is being used as a toilet in Ruislip Road East

Fruit and veg man who helped fund Hounslow's first Sikh temple is honoured by the Queen

Gurcharan Singh Chatwal is awarded the British Empire Medal for his work at the gurdwara and his tireless fundraising for good causes

Watch: Young people make documentaries to mark their journey from homelessness to hope at the YMCA

West London YMCA showcased the talent of some of its young members who are turning their lives around

Magician entertains families at opening of Peapods nursery

The new nursery for children aged three months to five years begins in Greenford on July 28

Police in Ealing raise counter terrorism awareness

Officers have been patrolling popular streets this week and will be vigilant during the World Cup games

Woman's 20-year quest to document tales from the First World War

As the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War approaches, MORT SMITH meets a woman who has devoted 20 years of her life to documenting the stories of men from the local area who gave their lives during the conflict.

Dad runs yet another race for diabetic daughter

Andrew Evzona completed the London Bupa 10,000 with the aim of raising £500 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, writes Ella Braidwood

Jail for Greenford trio who kept quiet about dead body for fear of being evicted from 'squat'

Arkadiusz Majchrazk, Piotr Juszczak and Grzegorz Roznerski have been put behind bars today (June 9) following the death of Zbigniew Michniewicz

Three convicted of preventing a lawful burial of the body of Zbigniew Michniewicz

The police have said there was a clear time when six people could have phoned an ambulance but did not

International cuisine shared at Ealing's Big Lunch events

Friends and families got together for the year's biggest picnic at various locations


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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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Paul Bishop
Sports Editor
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Alix Culbertson
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Robert Cumber
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Uxbridge, Ruislip, Eastcote, Hayes, Harlington & West Drayton
Alan Hayes
News Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Chris Longhurst
News Editor, Hounslow Chronicle
Mhairi Macfarlane
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
Ian Proctor
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Hannah Raven
Uxbridge, Harefield, Northwood, Northwood Hills
Michael Russell
News Editor, Ealing, Fulham, Kensington and Westminster
John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
Mort Smith
Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter