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Gym evacuated and residents forced to leave homes due to 'strong smell' in West Ealing

Firefighters evacuated a gym and a number of flats in West Ealing last night amid fears of a chemical spill.

The 233 unidentified bodies found across London

A corpse found under a Hounslow railway bridge last month and a man whose head was blown off in an explosion near Wormwood Scrubs 31 years ago are among the bodies the Met Police has never been able to identify

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.

England women's rugby player back to policing in Ealing

PC Claire Allan is back to her duties in the borough after her team won the women's rugby world cup in Paris

Petition launched against sports centre build in Hanworth

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Community rallies together in fight to keep peaceful fields from being replaced by football and drinking

Crime

Family fraudsters fined after cheating their way to £8,000 with false tax return

Family fraudsters have been fined after submitting false tax returns in order to scam their way to almost £8,000.

Hounslow man charged over stabbing in Feltham

Lady Justice
Haroon Sahebzabzada appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates charged with GBH and threatening a person with a blade in a public place

Teen discharged from hospital after double stabbing in Hounslow

Police say there have still been no arrests in connection with the assault in Hanworth Road, Hounslow, last Friday

Firms could be charged for handing out flyers in Hounslow

Businesses would be charged £25 a day or £250 in a move designed to cut litter and protect consumers from misleading promotions

Chiquito and Wagamama latest chains confirmed to open in Uxbridge

Both restaurants are expected to open in the town centre by the end of the year

Business leaders in a league of their own at Chiswick table football tournament.

Hounslow Chamber of Commerce organise fun event for those stuck working during summer holidays.

People in Hounslow urged to sign up for free diabetes advice day next month

Practical advice on living with type 2 diabetes will be available at Heathrow Park Inn on September 15

'Not quite ready': How those with mental health issues can struggle to persuade employers to hire them

Martin Morgan, a Consultant Occupational Therapist with St Bernard's Hospital in Ealing
Martin Morgan , a Consultant Occupational Therapist with St Bernard's Hospital in Ealing discusses the issues surrounding mental health and unemployment in this blog.

Cllr Julian Bell: Family emergency was timely reminder of why its wrong to close our A&Es

Ealing Council leader Julian Bell criticises Government plans to close local Accident and Emergency wards in his latest column.

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.

Education

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Plans for new secondary school in Hounslow backed by blindness charity

The Thomas Lucas Academy would have longer hours than most schools so pupils could finish their homework with teachers' support, allowing them 'downtime' with their families

GCSE results in Hounslow soar 10 per cent in four years

A record 68.7 per cent of pupils in the borough this year achieved five or more A*-Cs including English and maths
Joan Rivers during the filming of the Graham Norton Show at The London Studios, south London

Joan Rivers 'resting comfortably in a medically induced coma' after being rushed to hospital

Doctors reportedly planning to bring the 81-year-old comedian out of the coma some time over the weekend

Morning news headlines: More will defect to UKIP says Farage, walk a mile a day to keep cancer at bay

UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage
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Videos & Photos

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Distraught mother says her family will struggle to deal with the death of son Dean Mayley forever

Sports stars of the future look to Olympic hero to Mo-tivate them

Scarlett-Rose Davis aged 3 from Coalpool, Waslall, is pictured after taking the ice bucket challenge, and swearing as the cold water hit her; with her grandad who threw the water, Stuart Bell aged 33

Watch: Foul-mouthed toddler apologises for using bad language in ice bucket challenge

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News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Jacob Murtagh
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Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
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Uxbridge, Harefield, Northwood, Northwood Hills
Michael Russell
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John Shammas
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Mort Smith
Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
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