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13:28, 30 SEP 2013
Brook Green journalist writes book about Queen's travels
AS a journalist he has travelled the world, but for the subject of his first book, a Brook Green resident has focused on the globe-trotting adventures of another individual.
Karate hero Neil on anti-apartheid quest and life massaging Bruce Willis and Demi Moore
He was the have-a-go hero who captured the attention of the borough with his brave intervention to a Brook Green street robbery.
St Patrick's Day
Brook Green man takes on Wizard of Oz charity walk in aid of late wife
CHARITY fundraisers dressed as characters from the Wizard of Oz may have turned heads last week but there was an emotive story behind their efforts.
Era draws to a close at Bute House Prep School
FRIDAY will mark the end of an era at Bute House Preparatory School as staff and pupils bid farewell to their much loved headmistress of 19 years.
St Paul's Girls' School
When Mahatma Gandhi was a Baron's Court resident - and other famous plaques
THERE are just over 40 plaques darted across Hammersmith and Fulham celebrating the locations where important historical figures have either lived or worked.
Hammersmith and Fulham parks are commended for their safety
PARKS across the borough have been recognised as providing safe spaces for residents to enjoy.
Hero, 60, karate chops suspect after terrifying Shepherd's Bush robbery
A HERO passer-by karate-kicked a robber to the ground and reunited a woman with her handbag after it had been stolen from her in a terrifying Brook Green attack.
Community gardening group up for Mayor of London award
A COMMUNITY gardening group based in the borough has been shortlisted in Boris Johnson's Team London awards.
Westfield expansion plans set for approval - MP calls for re-think
WESTFIELD’S major expansion plans – set to include 1,522 homes and a new public green – are set to be rubber-stamped this week.
Weekend parking charges will be the end of us, say traders in Shepherd's Bush Road
RESTAURANTS and cafes along Shepherd's Bush Road fear planned weekend parking charges will be the death knell for businesses in the area.
Larmenier Primary School win Christmas choir competition
THE QUEST to find Hammersmith's best Christmas choir is over as the carolling youngsters from Larmenier Primary School have been crowned champions.
Man charged with murdering John Saunderson-Smith in Brook Green
A Polish builder has been charged with the murder of Brook Green property developer William John Saunderson-Smith.
Moustache wearers rewarded at Brook Green fish and chip shop
MOUSTACHIOED men taking part in Movember are being rewarded for their facial topiary at a fish and chip shop in Brook Green.
Police appeal to gay community over Brook Green murder
Murder victim John Saunderson-Smith was a frequent visitor to gay clubs, detectives have discovered.
Police investigating whether Brook Green murder victim had business enemies
Detectives investigating the 'brutal' murder of Brook Green man John Saunderson-Smith are investigating whether the property developer was killed in a revenge attack by a business enemy.
Police cuts go ahead despite protests
DESPITE protests, cuts to the borough's safer neighbourhood teams have taken effect.
Fulham home searched in connection with Brook Green murder
Murder detectives are struggling to understand the motive behind the killing of a man in his Brook Green home last week.
Exclusive: Dead fans' vote could see Chelsea leave Stamford Bridge
THE votes of dead Chelsea fans may be used to help the club end its 106-year residence at Stamford Bridge.
Pizza-loving Hammersmith brothers set for Italian pilgrimage to launch business venture
A PAIR of pizza-loving brothers are setting off on a pilgrimage to Italy to pick up some classic cooking tips before launching a quirky street-vending venture.
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Borough mayor helps Hammersmith school celebrate cycling award
LARMENIER and Sacred Heart Primary School has become the first in London to be receive a top award for encouraging pupils to hop on their bikes.
Brook Green Book Festival unveil exciting line-up
THE Brook Green Book Festival will feature an exciting line-up of speakers between October 17-21.
Community in battle to save popular police sergeant
Controversial moves to axe senior borough policemen have prompted a second community to petition to save their sergeant.
White City and Old Oak Common remain rat infestation hot-spots
COUNCIL tenants living in White City and Old Oak Common are up to five times more likely to suffer from rat infestations.
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Fury as cash-strapped community groups learn of council chief's huge pay hike
Cut-hit community groups have reacted with fury to news Hammersmith and Fulham Council's highly paid chief executive received a salary hike while the authority was slashing their funding.