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15:57, 27 SEP 2013
Arrest after postmen racially abused
No post was delivered between Saturday and Wednesday last week in Sullivan Crescent, but the service has now resumed, after a police officer accompanied postmen on Thursday’s delivery.
'Racial abuse' suspends postal deliveries in Harefield
ALLEGED racial abuse and threats to Royal Mail delivery staff have led to the suspension of postal deliveries to more than 50 homes in Harefield.
What's inside your Gazette this week
SICK of the white stuff? Our readers aren't, and that is why we have a hefty gallery of superb snow shots from all points of the compass.
Boston Manor Station features on arty stamp
IT MAY have seen its share of first class train tickets in its time, but now Boston Manor Station is featuring on another kind of first class - a stamp.
Central Middlesex Hospital
Your letters this week (January 3)
Can’t be trusted on sovereignty
MP visits post office to keep workers going during Christmas rush
POSTAL workers got some praise from local MP Sarah Teather when she called in to see them at the start of the Christmas rush.
The Narrow View: Properly addressed
Today I tried to apply for a provisional driving licence.
Christmas sorting office opens in Greenford
ROYAL Mail has opened a temporary sorting centre in Greenford which could see up to 450,000 packages over Christmas.
Fire at Royal Mail sorting office on Bonfire Night
FOUR cars and a small part of the Royal Mail sorting office in Northolt was destroyed by fire.
Harrow Crown Court
Gang who robbed cash in transit jailed
A ROBBER who targeted cash in transit has been jailed for six and a half years.
Rat run worries spark RAF Uxbridge debate
CHILDREN walking to school prompted a lively debate among planners about a traffic barrier.
Royal Mail worker accused of insulting disabled child
THE mother of a disabled 10-year-old girl claimes her daughter was called "a disabled thing" by a Royal Mail driver at Feltham depot.
Feltham Community College
Mo Farah tells pupils: Work hard and you can achieve
DOUBLE Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah was mobbed by pupils and teachers alike as he dropped in on his old school Feltham Community College this morning.
DASH down and get involved with disabled activities
IF you have a disability but have been inspired by the Paralympics, why not head down to one of the activity sessions being organised by the Disablement Association of Hillingdon – DASH?
London 2012 Olympics
Stamps fan strikes gold – 159 times
A STAMP collector commemorated Team GB’s triumphs with hours of hard work and trips to the Post Office.
Steve Pound MP: What does the future hold for our postal service?
Labour MP for Ealing North, Steve Pound, sticks up for our postmen and women in this week's Constituency Matters political column.
Feltham Community College
Isleworth postbox turns gold for Olympic winner Mo Farah
A POSTBOX in Isleworth has been painted gold in honour of the borough's Olympic medal-winning runner Mo Farah.
Your letters this week (June 29)
Why A&E closures would be a dangerous folly
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Council strikes historic Post Office deal
PEOPLE of Hammersmith and Fulham will be soon able to pay council tax, renew a parking permit or perform similar tasks over any post office counter.
Harrow's mail is 'among the fastest'
PEOPLE in Harrow receive among the quickest postal service in the UK according to new figures released by independent research in to the Royal Mail.
Harrow Weald former butcher and postman celebrates 105th birthday
A FORMER butcher and postman who has served either meat or mail to thousands of people has celebrated his 105th birthday.
Burglaries and anti-social behavior continues
Where are the police? All we see in the Pitshanger Lane area are traffic wardens riding around on their little scooters hunting for motorist prey on.
Looking Back: Cracking a Code Breaker's History
DURING the war years when I worked for the Sperry Gyroscope Company on the Great West Road, the company was involved in the manufacture of many highly secret components for the war effort.
Harrow Weald man arrested on suspicion of attempted arson
POLICE have arrested a 47-year-old man from Harrow Weald, on suspicion of attempted arson.