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Rugby chiefs throw lifeline to threatened homework club

The Rugby Football Union donates £1,000 to a homework club on Isleworth's Ivybridge estate after an appeal by MP Mary Macleod, but more help is desperately needed

Sainsbury's to replace Barclays in Isleworth

Barclays branch in London Road is set to close on June 27, leaving Isleworth with just one bank

The closing ceremony of the Hounslow Older People's Festival is among the events which have been held at Isleworth Public Hall

Public hall takeover still not a done deal

A not-for-profit consortium bidding to run Isleworth Public Hall says it is still awaiting crucial information from Hounslow Council

Hounslow's marathon heroes raise thousands for charity

A firefighter and a woman running in a sari were among the runners from the borough to complete the London Marathon yesterday

Suspect in a street robbery in Hounslow on March 12

Video: Man seen running in Hounslow after daylight robbery

Police believe the man seen running away in this video may have been involved in a robbery in the Great West Road, Hounslow last month - do you recognise him?

A&E waiting times up by a third at West Middlesex Hospital

London Assembly member Murad Qureshi blames the 'increasing strain' on the Isleworth hospital and others across London on emergency ward closures

Tesco warns customers to beware of thieves operating

Warning at Isleworth store comes after thief steals customer's bag containing a treasured note from her late daughter

More than 2,000 CVs handed over at 'west London's biggest' jobs fair

Hundreds of job seekers are interviewed on the day at the Aspire careers fair in Isleworth, while many more fine tune their CVs and try out new skills

Maria Miller (Secretary of State for Culture) with Brentford & Isleworth MP, Mary Macleod

Maria Miller was victim of a 'media witch-hunt', says MP

Brentford and Isleworth MP Mary Macleod says Ms Miller, who resigned this morning following a row over her expenses, was an 'excellent' culture secretary and should have been allowed to continue in the role

GPs in Hounslow have second most patients in England

New statistics show there are 2,003 registered patients per GP in the borough, which is higher than anywhere but Swale, in Kent

Lib Dems wage war on 'unfair' parking fines

Hounslow Liberal Democrats accuse the council of unfairly targeting motorists in some areas as it reveals its local election candidates

Sign Izzy's petition to get financial help for families with sick children

Parents of a child with leukaemia need 100,000 signatures to get the government to listen

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Eric Pickles impressed with Hounslow's regeneration projects

The Secretary of State told Hounslow Chamber of Commerce how regeneration in the borough was unique after he went on a tour of the borough's projects and was presented with a lettuce.

Is 21-storey Tesco tower too close to Heathrow?

Developer behind proposed 267 home scheme beside Hounslow bus garage insists it has done its homework and the answer is no, following public concerns

Six year sentence for young knife attacker

Guled Abdullahi stabbed his victim three times, and left him with "life-threatening injuries"

Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth, Mary Macleod

Pick up a job on the spot at major careers fair tomorrow

Marks & Spencer and Premier Inn will be among the firms offering on-the-spot interviews at the Aspire careers fair in Isleworth tomorrow

Women await fate for smuggling rare iguanas through Heathrow hidden in socks

Two women hid endangered San Salvador rock iguanas in socks in their bag, but were stopped by Border Force officers in February

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Youth charity in talks about opening secondary school

EuroPeace Youth has held preliminary talks with Hounslow Council about setting up a small secondary school in the borough for those who struggle to engage with mainstream settings

School expansion to provide extra 236 places

Hounslow Council to spend £26 million expanding five primary schools and creating four new centres for pupils with special educational needs

Record fine for 'beds-in-sheds' landlord

Abdul Rahim Khan ordered to pay more than £52,000 after ignoring orders to pull down outbuildings in Cranford illegally being used as accommodation

Mogden Sewage Treatment Works updated

Group which won legal battle over sewage stench says nothing has changed

A 'horrendous' stench coming from Mogden Sewage Treatment Works at the weekend could be a harbinger of what's to come this summer, say householders in Isleworth

Top salon managers judge Moulin Rouge-themed hairdressing competition

Likes of L'Oreal and Livia represented at West Thames College showcase event, where they got to learn about apprenticeship opportunities

Man treated for hand injury after crash in Isleworth

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Man reported to be in his 20s taken to West Middlesex Hospital after collision in Twickenham Road, Isleworth, this morning

Students' work performed by professional cast after writing master class

Young people at Woodbridge Park Education Service, in Isleworth, see their words brought to life after workshops with an award-winning playwright

West Middlesex Hospital updated

Nurse who slapped elderly patient allowed to continue practising

Pamella Brusch, an agency nurse who slapped a dementia patient at West Middlesex Hospital, can go back to work, says NMC, but hospital says she will not be allowed to practice there again

Man arrested after gun and drugs found at home in Isleworth

30-year-old was arrested and bailed to return for further questioning after police searched home in Whitton Dene

Man arrested after gun and drugs found at home in Isleworth

30-year-old man was arrested and bailed to return for further questioning after police searched a home in Whitton Dene, Isleworth

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Road reopens after lorry stuck under railway bridge is removed

St John's Road reopens after being blocked by a lorry stuck under the bridge near Isleworth train station

Young and old do their bit to raise healthy sum for Sport Relief

More than 750 pupils perform a charity dance routine as schools across the borough get active to raise money for Sport Relief

Library users in Hounslow owe £450,000 in unpaid fines

Borrowers at Hounslow and Chiswick libraries are the worst offenders, new figures show

Isleworth

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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