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Animal Column: Take a festive tour and meet Holly, the pregnant cat who is expecting a delivery at Christmas
Take a sleigh ride with Marion Garnett and find out how rehoming centre animals are spending Christmas.
Food Review: Garnier is a quintessentially French classic in the heart of Earls Court
Adrian Seal eats at Garnier 314 Earl's Court Road, Earls Court SW5 9BQ. Telephone 020 7370 4536, www.garnier-restaurant-london.co.uk/
City Gardener: My top tips for garden gifts this Christmas
City gardener Sarah Heaton offers readers her tips for plant-based Christmas presents and how to look after them.
Food & Drink
Food Review: Former Gherkin head chef has made Sixtyone in Marylebone a must-try experience
Adrian Seal eats at Sixtyone, 61 Upper Berkeley Street, London W1H 7PP. Telephone 020 7958 3222 www.sixtyonerestaurant.co.uk
Simply Healthy: Christmas treats and how to enjoy them without piling on the pounds
West London weight management guru Aaron Grewal offers his advice on how to avoid the effects of Christmas excess.
Animal Column: Queen Latifa will make a very regal companion, see the video
This week Marion Garnett has details of animal charities' Christmas events and offers, and has video of a cat called Queen Latifa who is looking for a new home.
Restaurant Review: American fayre is one in the rye for riverside dining
There's far more to this restaurant than a great range of whiskies and a pleasant view
Note to Self
Note to Self: Facebook call brought DIY knight in shining armour galloping into Ealing
This week Rachel Agnew is forced to admit she's a bit out of her depth when it comes to DIY.
City Gardener: Ideas to wow-up your window boxes this winter
City Gardener Sarah Heaton shows you how to make the most of your creativity and decorate your home with wow-factor window boxes.
Animal Column: Charlie Chaplin lookalike moggie is determined to enjoy life!
This week Marion Garnett has details of a cat with characteristics of a comedy legend and what you can expect at the Animal Aid Christmas Fayre in Kensington.
BM@il Barbara Fisher
Bm@il: Was it wheelie nearly a case of 'nente a la Samsonite?'
Authorities in Venice were said to be actually, seriously considering banning wheelie suitacses from their historic, watery realm. The Italians appeared to be saying they were too noisy and damaged the paving stones.
Food and Drink
Cook Italian: Create your own traditional Christmas honey balls
Add a bit of excitement to your Christmas cooking with a series of Italian recipes from our cook and columnist Silvana Lanzetta - this week, Christmas Honey Balls.
Simply Healthy: How you can avoid getting the winter blues!
The weather has turned decidedly colder but weight management expert Aaron Grewal has a few tips on how to maintain a feel good factor.
Food Review: Winter menu offers diners a taste explosion at Potli in Hammersmith
Adrian Seal eats at Potli 319-321 King Street, Hammersmith W6 9NH. Telephone 0208 7414328 www.potli.co.uk
Get fit with Roy: My top seven exercise tips for you to try
Ealing personal trainer Roy Summers presents his seven top tips for exercising in his latest column.
Animal Column: Be like Gnasher and get your dog microchipped
Dennis the Menace's dog Gnasher is getting microchipped and Marion Garnett has details of how you can get your pets chipped too.
Food and Drink
Cook Italian: How to create Italian creamy hot chocolate
This week Italian cooking instructor Silvana Lanzetta shows you how to create a scrumptious hot chocolate - perfect for those winter evenings!
Animal Column: Kittens, counselling and Louis Theroux
This week Marion Garnett reveals a celebrity visitor to the Mayhew Centre and has details of a pet bereavement service that is looking for helpers.
Get Fit With Roy: Life would be sweeter if we had less sugar!
Ealing personal trainer Roy Summers is talking sugar - and whether we should be trying harder to avoid it, in his latest column.
Note to Self
NOTE TO SELF: Celebrity selfies so often set a bad example
This week Rachel Agnew is talking selfies, and questions whether pictures of celebrities with the body beautiful is likely to cause insecurity among their impressionable young fans.
Animal Column: Mystery surrounds arrival of Rolo the cat at Perivale bus garage
This week Marion Garnett highlights the efforts of the RSPCA to reunite a cat that made himself at home at Perivale Bus Garage with the person who has previously been caring for him.
Urban Fox: Unusual to be harvesting cucumbers in Autumn
The recent Indian summer in West London has caused the allotment to do some late sprouting, writes Elspeth Scott .
What Kevin Heard: Ewan's musical tour de force
Kevin Bryan reviews another selection of old and contemporary music including Ewan McLennan's rousing rendition of Whistling the Esperanza.
Simply Healthy: Let's avoid over-eating by following the example of the Swedes
Weight management guru Aaron Grewal highlights the dangers of over-eating in his latest column, and looks at ways other nations tackle the issue.
In the News
New study reveals the 50 things that will make your heart beat faster and faster
From seeing your crush to getting lost, there are a bunch of different things that can cause a spike in your heart rate - and it's worth knowing them
A Facebook stalker myth is causing users to panic, but here is why you shouldn't worry
According to the myth people can see that you're stalking them
How much do you love your pet? Tell us your stories, plus send your video and pictures
Cats and dogs, rabbits and hamsters, parrots and goldfish... maybe even snakes and tarantulas! Whatever your beloved pet, we're celebrating all creatures great and small
Fly from Gatwick to Santa's Lapland for the day with this holiday offer
Book your dream trip now for Christmas 2017
Things To Do
Montana Brown, Jordyn Woods and Jack Maynard confirmed for London BeautyCon Festival
The up and coming fashionistas will make appearances alongside DJs and make up artists
Owner of filthy Southall restaurant slapped with huge fine after cooked food left next to used mop bucket
Take a look inside the Southall-based restaurant, which currently has a hygiene rating of one
London knife crime: 13 stabbings in west London in first 18 days of October, with three people dead
See a timeline of the incidents reported so far in October 2017
Heathrow bag handlers convicted after helping smuggle three kilos of cocaine through airport
The pair were convicted after helping three kilos of cocaine be transported through the airport
'Truly vile' abuser sentenced to 20 years in jail for filming and raping girls younger than 13
The judge ordered that the man should not be considered for release until two thirds of his sentence is served
Lidl Hayes: Find out when the brand new store opens and other useful information
It has been branded the "Lidl of the Future"
Take a peek inside Neasden Temple as 'tens of thousands' gather to celebrate Hindu New Year
Hindu New Year falls on the day after Diwali and people from all communities are invited to Neasden Temple for feasting, prayers, and to enjoy the rich culture of the Hindu faith
Aston Villa FC
Aston Villa face injury crisis with six men missing for Fulham clash
Aston Villa are set to be without six first team players as Fulham head to Villa Park
Brentford boss not shocked by Sunderland plight but backs Black Cats to improve under Simon Grayson
Dean Smith reckons Sunderland will get better despite poor start after relegation
Food and Drink
Historic pub that blamed Brexit for sudden closure welcomes back customers
The Princess Victoria, popular with locals and foodies such as chef Nigella Lawson and writer Anthony Bourdain, reopened on Friday (October 20)
Traffic and Travel
Storm Brian triggers Network Rail 'weather contingency plans' and could disrupt trains at weekend
Some trains could operate at reduced speed following a yellow weather warning