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14:31, 1 OCT 2013
Hounslow London Borough Council
Winning idea will create jobs
STUDENTS from a Hounslow School have won a competition by coming up with a retail business idea for an empty shop in High Street, Brentford.
My trade: Homecare service proprietor
AN ENTREPENEUR was inspired to set up his own homecare business after searching for the right help for his parents.
Rants and raves: Messy business walking a dog
IHAVE been 'Mrs Grumpy' this week on a few occasions while out walking Barnie, our gorgeous Harefield Dogs Trust rescue dog.
'Pay up or else' 89-year-old told
MENACING conmen defrauded an 89-year-old man out of £1,500 and 'frogmarched' him to a bank to withdraw the cash.
Historic highway to airport bypass: what next for Bath Road?
FROM horses and coaching inns to hotels and McDonald's, and now lying hard along the northern edge of Heathrow Airport, the Bath Road has been on a journey of its own.
Sceptics question Broadway sales
A business group has questioned plans to put both Hammersmith and Fulham Broadway shopping centres up for sale.
Local authorities not our masters
I BELIEVE councils should be very much more answerable to the public, more open and democratic and not always have the final say.
Filming England World Cup Anthem (hopefully)
A SWIMMING pool teacher turned songwriter, this year teamed up with 80s cult stars Black Lace to produce a World Cup Song in aid of troops charity Help 4 Heroes.
Targeting of small firms must stop
I AM outraged at reading that small business is always to bear the brunt of all problems (New rules chime the end for ice-cream vans outside schools, Gazette, March 17).
My Trade: Jamie hopes to be a burger king
HE MAY be serving Big Macs, but a young apprentice is hoping to become a big cheese in the burger industry and has his sights set on running his own fast food restaurant.
UK's best pool player takes on all-comers
THE UK's number one pool player is taking on all-comers at the launch of a pool bar on Friday, January 22.
Three jailed for bungled raid at McDonald's
THREE drunken yobs have been handed jail terms after a bungled late-night smash-and-grab on a McDonalds drive-thru which saw two of them in need of medical assistance.
Watch for the Derby's wingers
STEVE NICHOLSON from the Derby Evening Telegraph gives his lowdown on Saturday's game.
Hoops meet Sir Geoff on a memorable day
Queens Park Rangers Girls FC, which has players from the Ealing, Fulham and Uxbridge areas, represented the club and Middlesex County in the FA's National Football Festival.
How did Fred and Mary live so long?
CONGRATULATIONS to all those young people born before 1950.
World cup hero checks out england's future hopefuls wembley: sir geoff hurst meets larkspur rovers youth
WORLD Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst cast his eye over a selection of future England hopefuls as Larkspur Rovers Youth enjoyed a dream day out at Wembley Stadium.
Goalie could be changed
IT could be all change in goal for Hayes and Yeading United next season after Garry Haylock revealed he is homing in on an experienced custodian.
Fast food chain joins police in reducing litter
USUALLY thought of as part of the problem rather than the solution McDonald's is linking with Hounslow's police and targeting litter hot spots.
Have you seen missing teenager?
POLICE are concerned for the safety of a young woman who has been missing for more than a week.
Mr Downes was way off the mark
RE Justin Downes's latest letter. You appear to throw insinuations around like confetti!
Beggar given an ASBO
A BEGGAR has been prevented from entering Hayes town centre after repeatedly getting drunk and harassing passers-by for money.
Unhappy Acton correspondent
AFTER reading your article in the Ealing Gazette, I thoroughly agree that something has to be done to improve the appearence of Acton High Street.
Where recession has led to boom!
Job Centre Plus chiefs are keen to shake off the organisation's reputation and show it is on a par with any private employment agency.
Will new trees get the chance to flourish?
I've just read in The Feltham, Bedfont and Hounslow Chronicle that the council has planted 23 Flourishing Cherries,with plans to plant 1,000 acrtoss the borough.