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13:28, 24 APR 2014
The I Do Diaries: Will wedding music be the right direction, or just One Direction?
Choosing music for your wedding can be a minefield, especially if your taste in music is anything like mine, writes Emma Heseltine .
Coach from Ealing ties the knot at one of golf's most famous holes
Ian Godleman from Ealing has married New Zealand's top women's golfer at a spot in South Africa that is so remote is can only be accessed by helicopter
NOTE TO SELF: Divorce is not a dirty word
There was a fascinating study published last week about the feelings that people have about divorce.
Rabbi hopes to find first same sex couple wanting to wed in Pinner
Aaron Goldstein, of Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue, said that it might take a while but he hopes to perform the ceremony now that it is legal for gay couples to marry.
Brent London Borough Council
Colin and Eric will be first gay couple to marry in Brent
The couple will tie the knot at Brent Civic Centre on the first day gay marriages are legal in England and Wales
Blue Sapphire anniversary for Northwood Hills couple
Reaching your 65th wedding anniversary is very rare. One couple in Northwood Hills are celebrating theirs this week.
Business Spotlight: Moss Bros refit makes the store look brand new
Rupert Basham puts the questions to Jeremy Shackleton of Moss Bros in Hammersmith
Animal Column: Could you be a foster parent for a cat like Pishow?
The very handsome Pishow is currently in foster care with Hounslow Animal Welfare Society. Could you offer him a home? Marion Garnett has the details in her latest column
New police chief says 'it feels like coming home'
Paul McGregor returns to Hounslow as temporary borough commander 12 years after last serving in the borough as an inspector
Harrow Crown Court
Sham bride banged up behind bars after arrest at Harrow Register Office
Portuguese national Raquel Neto Furtado De Andrade, who has been married three times before, attempted to enter into a sham marriage at Harrow registar Office in October last year.
UKIP confident of ousting Tories as Hounslow's second party
Hounslow UKIP leader Colin Botterill claims his party can win over voters from all its political rivals this May as local election trail hots up.
Award for newly formed weight loss group in Hanworth
Feltham woman leads Slimming World Hanworth to great heights in just four-months
Animal Column: Animal Bazaar is like arranging a wedding!
This week Marion brings readers up to speed on the arrangements for this year's Animal Welfare Bazaar in Ealing, and appeals for a home for Sheba the cat
NEW BLOG: Benefits Street just makes our job harder by demonising the vulnerable in society
Andy Robertson is communications manager for Trinity Homeless Projects in Redford Way, Uxbridge.
Animal Column: A pet match made in heaven (or Battersea!)
Valentine's Day is coming up and Marion Garnett has details of how to find the perfect pet to love, plus Rod the rabbit is looking for a home
Burlesque baking is all about indulgence
Nigella lawson is her inspiration, nipple tassel cookies are one of her specialities and she wears foot-long feathers in her hair. HANNAH RAVEN spoke to baker-turned-author Charlotte White about her burlesque-inspired cookery book
Hounslow London Borough Council
Less than two fifths of Hounslow Civic Centre is being used
Hounslow Council chiefs are calling for an exodus from their under-used existing premises to a small HQ in Hounslow town centre
Maths whizz wins junior beauty queen crown
Shivani Member, 12, is crowned Junior Miss Middlesex Galaxy and will compete for the UK title this March before sitting her maths A-level. She already has an A* in GCSE maths
Hayley Cropper's death on Coronation Street could lead to demand for 'humanist funerals'
The traumatic death of Corrie's much loved Hayley Cropper could be good for business for the alternative funerals industry
Singer central to North Harrow community dies of cancer
Joy Tweedy died on January 2, after decades of representing Harrow at the Royal Albert Hall and across Europe with Harrow Choral Society.
West London News
Hanwell artist is gunned down trying to protect family in South Africa
Clinton de Menezes, 43, was shot while trying to protect his wife and daughter from raiders who broke into a house where he was staying on New Year's Eve
Family florist in Pinner marks 40 years
Mansi Florists was started by couple and is now run by son
The I Do Diaries: Mrs Beer? I'll drink to that
Emma Heseltine is getting married, and in her latest wedding diary she ponders the prospect of changing her name
Ealing painter trains her artist's eye on more TV news presenters
She's painted John Humphrys and Kate Adie and now Stella Tooth has her sights on Sky's Adam Boulton and ITN newscaster Julie Etchingham