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16:34, 29 JUL 2014
Businessman with 20 McDonald's restaurants is in running for award
Atul Pathak, who runs 20 McDonald's restaurants across west and north-west London, in running for an award.
Controversial McDonald's licence decision adjourned
Resident groups have rallied together to object to a proposed 24hour licence in Ealing Broadway
McDonald's bid for 24 hour opening in Ealing meets with opposition
Ealing civic groups and the police have raised objections to McDonald's opening a restaurant around the clock, ahead of a crucial meeting on Wednesday.
Father-of-one launches petition for safer pedestrian crossings in Feltham
Hounslow council says it is aware of the concerns and has set the ball rolling on making crossings safer
McDonald's in Chiswick to close after more than 30 years
Staff at the store will be relocated to nearby branches after doors close on May 25
Hounslow's romantic bubble burst in April Fools joke
Hounslow is the place romance goes to die, suggests a spoof article, listing boarded-up pubs and a discarded trolley among the area's amorous attractions
One man and two pigs bring home the bacon
One-man show about a father's fantastical road trip with his two sons, manifesting as a pair of live piglets, is constantly surprising but lacks belly laughs
McDonald's in Brentford wins at Loo of the Year Awards
The Drive Thru McDonald's in Brentford has been given 'gold status' for its toilets after independent inspectors gave them the thumbs up
Costa closes and Poundland opens in North End Road
BUDGET chain Poundland will compete for a slice of the discount shopping market in Fulham after opening a shop in North End Road.
Hanworth McDonald's gets a visit from Vince
Hanworth McDonald's gets a visit from Vince
Hanworth McDonald's gets a visit from Vince Cable
BUSINESS Secretary Vince Cable dropped in at McDonald's in Hanworth to meet 20 employees who gained their apprenticeships with the fast food giant.
ASDA and McDonalds staff help to clean borough
STORES across Hounslow collected dozens of bags of rubbish in a series of neighbourhood clean-ups last week.
Kodak FC get replacements for stolen shirts from restaurant owner
A RESTAURANT owner has replaced stolen football shirts in time for a team to compete in a continental tournament.
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Crime hotspot Fulham McDonald's refused later opening hours
BURGER giant McDonald's has been thwarted in its bid for longer opening hours at its North End Road branch on the orders of police after 31 crimes were recorded there in three years.
Dons net valuable point against Shrimps
RASHID Yussuff earned AFC Wimbledon a point as they came from behind to end a run of two straight defeats.
Hayes Shipwrecked girl missed McDonald's
A FIERY shop worker who spent months on a remote island for a hit TV show has spoken about her experience.
McDonald's manager stole to fund drug habit
A MANAGER at McDonald’s in Ruislip High Street stole £12,400 from the till of the fast-food restaurant to feed a drugs habit.
Shepherd's Bush Green cleared of litter in community clean-up
FAST-FOOD staff were joined by councillors and residents in a major clean-up of Shepherd's Bush Green last week.
Woman awaits sentencing for £12k McDonald's theft
A WOMAN will be sentenced this month for stealing £12,462 from McDonalds in Ruislip High Street.
Harrow Crown Court
ASBO yob terrorised workers at McDonald's
A TEENAGER with a reputation for causing trouble in and around Neasden McDonald's has lost his appeal against a three year ASBO.
Teenage car thieves arrested at McDonald's
FIVE car thieves were arrested at a McDonald's drive through restaurant by police this afternoon.
A fried surprise on Italian menu
AFTER a hard day's shopping in Portobello Road, spending money I don't have on things I don't need, I had worked up quite a hunger.
Letters: Get involved in 427 bus route decision
I AM sorry that the extension of bus route 427 in Acton (Gazette, January 21) did not meet with the approval of your correspondent KF Avery (Letters, February 4).
Harrow London Borough Council
'There's just no reason to come to Pinner any more'
A WOMAN who has closed her fashion shop in Bridge Street has blamed the 'dramatic' loss in footfall in the village.