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Cultivate London recruit for horticulture youth trainee programme

Aged between 16 and 24? Fancy trying an apprenticeship in landscape gardening and horticulture? This could be for you...

See how Hounslow's changed in 50 years

A public information film made when Hounslow became a London borough in 1965 shows how much it has changed

Landlady fined £160,000 following fatal flat fire in Hounslow

Surinder Rana was found guilty of four fire safety breaches, following the blaze in which a man died

Children's centre in Hounslow told to improve

Midsummer Park Children's Centre reaching too few of poorest families, say Ofsted inspectors

Memoirs of a childhood clouded by poverty and domestic violence

Hounslow receptionist Tracy Peppiatt has dedicated her first book to her mother, whose love she says held the family together while she was growing up

Reading Festival 2015: How to get tickets

As 60 new acts join the line-up for this year's music festival, we tell you how you can get your hands on those important tickets

Finally, some general election news to really sink your teeth into...

Food on offer at All Star Lanes in Bayswater include something for Labour, Tory and Lib Dem supporters

See 'rapper' X Public School Boy poke fun at MPs ahead of election

The Election 2015 rap video, starring X Public school Boy, aka X.P.B - a creation of actor and comedian Justin Brett
WARNING: ADULT CONTENT - Election 2015 rap by X Public School Boy pokes fun at a world all too familiar to the character's creator Justin Brett

How does Brentford's Griffin Park compare with the rest of the Championship in the value for money stakes?

New Trinity Mirror Data Unit figures reveal the Bees gave supporters a good return on their season ticket investment this season

Warburton has hopes Everton striker will be fit for Middlesbrough

Long and Lee in training but Grigg and Proschwitz ineligible

Brentford star puts friendship with Middlesbrough pal on hold

Full back keen to inflict misery onto Adam Forshaw and relishes underdog tag

See how Hounslow's changed in 50 years

A public information film made when Hounslow became a London borough in 1965 shows how much it has changed

Public inquiry over Brentford FC stadium set for September

Eight days have been set aside to consider appeal over compulsory purchase order for Brentford FC stadium land

Concerns over plans for new school buildings on open land in Hounslow

New free school buildings are planned on two pieces of open land in Osterley within a few hundred metres of each other

First-time parents raise awareness of surrogacy in UK

Mansi Gandhi, 35, and husband Pritesh, 36, urge other couples contemplating surrogacy abroad to consider asking friends and family in the UK first

Nurse shortage 'compromised safety' at hospital's A&E department

West Middlesex Hospital has been told it 'requires improvement' in a new CQC report

New woman in charge at West Middlesex Hospital with same name!

Jacqueline Totterdell replaces outgoing chief executive Jacqueline Docherty, who has moved to London North West Healthcare NHS Trust


Historic Hounslow was for centuries a resting place for travellers on their way to central London. More recently, Hounslow Heath was the site of the UK's first civil airport, and Heathrow, just down the road, is a major employer. Hounslow's main shopping area is the high street, and the Civic Centre in nearby Lampton Road houses Hounslow Council.

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter