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Four west London postcodes top burglary hotspots list

Chiswick W4 postcode has the highest burglary-related insurance claims among Hounslow, Ealing and Hillingdon

Ealing Council Branded 'immoral' over closure of day care centres

A day care centre for adults with severe learning difficulties and two day care centres for elderly people with dementia were closed by Ealing Council at a cabinet meeting last night.

Blood donor sessions will be a venue near you soon.

West London venues where you can donate blood in support of next month's World Cancer Day

NHS Blood and Transplant say blood and platelets are often crucial in the treatment of the cancer patients

New subsidised bike lock scheme aims to reduce theft in Ealing

Discount will be available on a 'first come first served' basis at one of six shops in the borough

Alec Reed student wins Ealing's Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out’ Challenge

The year 10 pupil will compete against other regional winners at the grand final in July

Pensioner who forgot bus pass forced to walk home in the cold

Martin Madden, 87, was forced to walk two hours after forgetting his bus pass.

Empty warehouse site in Perivale is too 'dangerous' to be a gym

The managers of a disused site in an industrial estate say they would rather lease it to a warehouse user

Ealing first borough to get LED cycle path lights

Already popular throughout Scandinavia and Europe, the lights are completely resistant to heavy vehicles such as lorries, gritters and road sweepers.

Stephen Greenhalgh launches online tools to track confidence in police

The Confidence Dashboard shows that in Ealing overall confidence in the police is 67 per cent

Exclusive discount on new children's drama classes in Hounslow and Ealing

getwestlondon readers can get 10 per cent off the first term at one of six new Helen O'Grady Drama Academy groups opening in west London this January

Police on the hunt for Ealing's most wanted

Officers have released six images of the wanted suspects some of whom they have been trying to locate since May and June.

Three-course meal for senior citizens at Greenford High School

Students served the elderly in their area at an annual community event

People with learning disabilities take Cinderella back to its roots

A version of the Brothers Grimm tale was created by Mencap performers in Perivale

Horsenden Hill Golf Course could shut in six weeks if no alternative given to Ealing Council

The council voted to keep going with proposals to close the club by January 31 at a scrutiny meeting

Somebody in Ealing has until Christmas day to claim £1million lottery win or lose it

Only days remain for the owner of a winning Lotto Jackpot ticket worth £1,045,504 to come forward.

Police give gift to 90-year-old who had his Christmas savings stolen by a bogus caller

Officers from Ealing collected the cash burgled from a Northolt pensioner after hearing his story

Review of the Year: February: Miley Cyrus takes a wrecking ball to Hammersmith and a drug dealer tells a tall story

February 2014 saw speculation that the graffiti artist Banksy has struck in Hammersmith, and a drug dealer told a court that his electronic scales were for making fairy cakes.

Revised rubbish and recycling collection dates in Ealing

Revised door-to-door rubbish and recycling collections, information on Christmas tree collections and other ways to be green over the festive season and beyond

Young woman missing from Ealing has been found

Police say Beheshta Shafiqullah, of Afghan origin, was found in the early hours of today

Police appeal into missing girl from Ealing

Beheshta Shafiqullah, 19, was last seen at approximately 12:00hrs today (Wednesday, 10 December) at Ealing council buildings in Ealing Broadway.

Proposal to close Horsenden Hill Golf Course called in for scrutiny

The decision will be reviewed at an Ealing Council meeting on December 18

Digging, and dancing and giving life to a brand new woodland in the city: That's how I want to spend my Saturday

getwestlondon reporter Camilla Horrox joins hundreds of volunteers to plant 10,000 trees in a west London park.


Officers 'stub out' organised crime with seizure of TWO MILLION suspected illicit cigarettes

Six men have been arrested in a raid by HMRC officers in Stanmore

Baby boy's life depends on bone marrow donors with Indian heritage

The parents of eight-month-old Aarav Chand from Greenford are appealing for people to register as potential blood stem cell donors to help their son find the matching donor he needs to save his life.

See picture of a baby donkey being used as a golf caddie

Have a look at a more unusual sight on the course from back in 1935

Pupils protest after lollipop women axed by Ealing Council

Parents with youngsters at schools affected say they are risking the lives of children for the sake of savings.

£20k fine for Greenford caterers after wedding guests are struck with food poisoning

A Greenford catering company has been fined £20,111 after serving rice to 470 wedding guests which later tested positive for the bacteria E.coli.

Ealing Tories dispute council's target savings while crucial services are under threat

The leader of the borough's Conservative party says Ealing Council only needs to save £35 million in the next year, not £50m

Stall-holder who sold fake goods is handed suspended sentence

'Designer' handbags, purses and belts found in Greenford lockup

Senior citizens put on their dancing shoes for WERA Christmas party

The Wood End Residents Association enjoyed a big lunch at their annual festive gathering


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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Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
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News Editor, West London
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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
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Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
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Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
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Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
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Sports Reporter
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Sports Reporter
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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
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Sports Reporter