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Swastika and racist slogans in Isleworth are condemned

This disturbing graffiti was seen today in Glen Walk, near Mogden Sewage Treatment Works

Roman-style bridge among 25 'At Risk' sites across Hounslow

St Paul's Church, in Hounslow West, is the only new inclusion from the borough on English Heritage's latest At Risk Register

West London men jailed for 'heroin in baby clothes' plot

A court has had heard how a gang of drug smugglers was rumbled when anti-narcotics officers in Pakistan checked a consignment of baby clothes bound for the UK.

Former Isleworth FC striker 'Kipper' runs half marathon

Steve Fanning completed the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in less than two hours, raising more than £500 for eye charity Fight for Sight

Epic shadow play to light up Hounslow for Diwali this weekend

The free show in Bell Square, Hounslow, will be preceded by a procession of children carrying homemade lanterns

Congestion improvement plans agreed for Gunnersbury Station

Sheltered waiting area will be moved to ease congestion for passengers on staircase and platform

Hounslow and Hayes men part of gang who smuggled heroin in baby clothes

Six men, including three from west London, will be sentenced on Wednesday for smuggling a million pounds worth of heroin into the UK hidden in packages.

Deadline to apply for secondary school places in Hounslow is October 31

Parents urged to fill in all six preferred secondary places as Hounslow's senior schools are rated good or outstanding by Ofsted

'Small Boy' from Isleworth relishes moment on the big screen

Stagecoach student Liam Sargeant appeared in a special performance of Billy the Elliot, in which 25 Billies past and present united on stage

Pupils in Isleworth clock up more than 5,500 miles in walking contest

Students at Isleworth Town and Ivybridge primary schools have been going head to head in the hi-tech walking contest Beat the Street

Mother pleads with burglars to return pet chihuahua to distraught daughter

The distinctive short-haired chihuahua, which has no tail, was taken from their home in Isleworth last Thursday evening

Hounslow Symphony Orchestra 60th anniversary celebration concert

Members of the orchestra reminisce over their time since joining the orchestra which will mark its 60th year with a special concert on November 29

Poor hygiene ratings for Hounslow schools 'out of date'

Six schools in the borough scored just two out of five stars for food hygiene, but the council says improvements have been made by its new caterer

Nearly 600 people say no to Chelsea FC in Twickenham

A petition opposing a temporary move by the Premier League club to the rugby stadium has received 570 signatures and counting in just over a week

Hounslow market back, with a couple of familiar faces

Two of the traders kicked out to make way for the old food market are back among what will eventually be 24 stalls either side of Bell Road

Family-run convenience store in Isleworth nominated for national award

Best-One, in London Road, has been shortlisted in two categories for the Independent Achievers Academy awards

How your dressing gown could earn you a free meal in Isleworth

Turn up to giraffe at the Tesco Extra in Mogden Lane, Isleworth, in your nightwear later this month and you could eat for free

Council to invest £28.5 million to meet demand for special schools

Expansion plans could see Marjory Kinnon School in Bedfont demolished and re-built and Oaklands School in Isleworth converted to SEN primary and new site for young adult education


'I need you to bring my daughter back' distraught mother tells son who disappeared with his sister in Egypt

Ivy Phillips, whose son went missing from Isleworth with her teenage daughter Beatrice six months ago, pleads with him to 'find a place in your heart to forgive me for whatever I've done'

Sports day on Isleworth's Ivybridge estate

Young people try out some of the sports being run on their estate over the next 10 months

Police fear for safety of Isleworth teen who flew to Cairo without her medication

Beatrice Anita Phillips, who went missing with her elder brother, has not been heard from since the day after they disappeared on April 24

About 200 workers protest outside West Middlesex Hospital during NHS strike over pay

Union leader says no patients were put at risk and thanks members of the public for their support

Teen arrested after suspected gang shooting in Hounslow

Shots were fired just off Hounslow Heath in the early hours yesterday (Sunday, October 12), but no one is believed to have been injured

Free lessons from world beating dancer in Isleworth this weekend

Former World Jive Champion Neil Kelly will help you get your Latin groove on this Saturday

Armed burglar threatens mother in front of young son in Isleworth home

Police are hunting the man, who was wielding a large stick when he stole jewellery from the home in Twickenham Road last Friday

Hounslow's elderly to unveil art exhibit to commemorate centenary of the war

A three-month programme for people aged 60+ culminates in a display of arts and stories on October 23 in Feltham

Ebola contingency measures in place at West Middlesex Hospital

Hospital says the risk is very low but staff have been trained in how to assess suspected cases of the deadly disease and what to do should there be a confirmed diagnosis

Vote now to help cancer support charity in Isleworth win £3,000

The Mulberry Centre needs your help to win a Lloyds Bank Community Fund award, with less than 24 hours remaining until voting closes

Murderer gets life imprisonment and a heartbroken family find closure after 18 year wait for justice

There were cries of joy and relief in the packed court room this afternoon as over 30 members of Harminder's friends and family listened to the judge deliver his sentence.

Boris Johnson opens communications agency's new global HQ in Isleworth

Managing director of marketing firm M says its success proves you don't need to be in London's east end to succeed in the creative industry


Isleworth is situated in east of the London Borough of Hounslow and is often said to include the smaller areas of Old Isleworth, Spring Grove, Osterley and the Duke of Northumberland’s London estate of Syon. It is home to West Middlesex Hospital and Osterley House.

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