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Animal Column: Stevie had been abandoned in flat for a week

In her latest animal column Marion Garnett makes an appeal on behalf of an abandoned cat called Stevie and has news of a dog microchipping event.

Frustration over Southall roadworks at boiling point as angry drivers take to Twitter

Ealing Council blame signal issues linked to the recently opened Costco retail development on Hayes Road.

A man in his late 30s died in hospital just hours after being discovered with a stab wound by paramedics in Trinity Road, Southall updated

Murder suspects to appear at the Old Bailey after fatal Southall stabbing

The victim’s devastated sister paid tribute to her brother the day after he was fatally stabbed last Wednesday night.

MP Harriet Harman rallies Labour supporters in Ealing

Labour party parliamentary candidate for Ealing and Acton Rupa Huq also made a speech at a session called The Choice held in Pitzhanger Manor

Councillor Gary Malcolm, Ealing Liberal Democrat leader

Cllr Gary Malcolm: Robin Williams’ death should focus more attention on mental health in Ealing

In his latest column Liberal Democrat leader Councillor Gary Malcolm reflects on the suicide of actor Robin Williams and what more can be done to help vulnerable people in Ealing.

Garlic smuggler on the run is one of Britain's Most Wanted

West Drayton man believed to be in India after being sentenced to six years in jail for evading £2million customs duty on imports of garlic

Missing seven-year-old Southall boy found

Aymen Emi had run away from his mother outside the Southall train station yesterday.

Police need help in tracking down missing seven-year-old boy in Southall

Aymen Elmi ran off from his mother outside Southall train station at about 12.20pm today

Cllr Greg Stafford: Beware Labour 'doublespeak' over Ealing Council finances

Ealing Tory leader Councillor Greg Stafford calls on his Labour opponents to come clean over council finances in his latest column.

BREAKING: Police helicopters on the look-out for seven-year-old Afro-Caribbean boy in Southall

A young child has run away from his mother outside Southall Broadway station

Southall fatal stabbing: Two men in court charged with murder

Gaurav Sharma and Jaswinder Singh were charged after Mohamed Afzal was stabbed in Southall

Beginners courses will get Ealing's fitness novices up and running

Running groups for first-timers to be held in Southall, Northolt and Acton by the people behind the Ealing Half Marathon


Southall murder: 'How will we ever get over this?' A sister's tribute

One man has been released on bail while two other men arrested on suspicion of murder are today being questioned by detectives after stabbing in Southall earlier this week.

'There was a big argument, a knife was pulled and a man was stabbed'

People living nearby have spoken out about the death of an Asian man in Southall

A man in his late 30s died in hospital just hours after being discovered with a stab wound by paramedics in Trinity Road, Southall

Over 5,000 people take to Zorbing, obstacle courses and bouncy castles at Ealing fun days

Parks in Northolt and Southall were transformed to hold fun days for visitors

£120,000 needed for homeless Southall moggies

The centre held their annual open day on Saturday and raised £1,120 through raffles and stalls.

A dead rat, mouse droppings and contaminated food found as crack down on Ealing restaurants continues

All businesses have since reopened following extensive cleaning and pest control measures and Ealing Council continues to work with them to maintain their standards.

Star-studded bhangra festival to take place in Norwood Green Park

Next weekend's Bhangra in the Park event will include appearances by the likes of Channi Singh, Sona Walia and Raj Sekon, as well as a bhangra dance competition

Young man imprisoned after Gangs Task Force crackdown in Southall

Defendant pleaded guilty to two charges of possession of a knife in public and one charge of possession of cannabis at Ealing Magistrates’ Court on May 8.

Best ever results for the school at Greenford High

More than 200 students are heading off to university after excellent A-level results

Mosque open day hailed a success

People were invited to learn about Muslim traditions and celebrations in a bid to dispel

What's on: What to do in West London today

Check out our suggestions to make the most of the summer holidays

Well-known Southall restaurant Chaudhry's - filthy and pest-infested

Chaudhry's TKC restaurant has been fined over £15,000 after the owner pleaded guilty to eight food hygiene breaches.

Globe-trotting Hounslow couple celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary

Ajit and Harbhajan Mahajan, both 83, have 'covered at least half' the world during their travels together


Bus driver accused of 'kidnapping' and ‘deliberately endangering' the life of a young girl in Ealing

After taking a 16-year-old's valid bus pass a bus driver drove the girl to Gypsy Corner in North Acton where she finally gave her back her pass and left her on the side of the road at 12.30am

Ealing Council is 'out of touch with reality' over Southall traffic woes, say traders

The Broadway will be narrowed, pavements widened and an island created in the middle of the road, resulting in the Broadway being temporarily made one way - but traders aren't happy.

Disabled charity to celebrate 30 years working in Ealing and Southall

“Over the last thirty years we’ve helped many families with disabled children have a say in how local services are developed and delivered."

Ealing Southall MP Virendra Sharma campaigning on behalf of the Labour Party

Virendra Sharma MP: Southall Broadway - short term pain for long term gain

Labour MP for Ealing Southall, Virendra Sharma, voices his support for traffic improvements in his constituency which he believes will deliver long term gains.

Cllr Julian Bell: Anxiety and excitement about the next four years

Ealing Council leader Julian Bell reflects on the tough financial challenges that lay ahead for his Labour administration in his latest column.


Southall has earned the nickname ‘Little India’ owing to its large Asian population but it is also a model example of different cultures, backgrounds and faiths co-existing together. With more investment in the area than ever before and a housing boom expected to coincide with the Crossrail project, Southall is on the rise.

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