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16:56, 26 SEP 2013
This Week On Westside: Ronell and Elle review new talent
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On the beat: New officers working to make Harrow safer
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Cannes puts local film maker on road to success
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Isleworth film maker wins at Cannes
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Jail increase for teen knife thugs
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Letters: TfL heavy-handed when dealing with public
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Big stars among the fans
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Crowds flock to Old Isleworth street party
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Neighbour helps 87-year-old get surfing web on iPad
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Need a car? Hire one from council parking bays
EALING council launched new car club bays in Northolt allowing people to hire vehicles on an hourly basis.
Prolific songwriter Thea Gilmore to perform new album in London
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Now for something completely different
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All the fun of a festival, just without the mud
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Teen robbers jailed for stabbing victim in face
THREE teenagers involved in a violent street robbery in Hounslow have been jailed for a total of nearly 11 years.
Muggers stabbed victim in face
THREE teenagers from Hayes who were behind a violent street robbery have been given detention sentences.
Heathfield School wins ICT award
TEACHERS at a local school have won a national award for ICT.
Joss Stone and Joe Swash support London Mental Health initiative
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Urban Fox: Rhubarb brings a blaze of colour to the allotment
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'Potentially dangerous' phone chargers seized in Southall
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'Google adverts breached my privacy' claims Pinner IT consultant
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Police make arrests at 'Northolt crack den'
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