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15:59, 3 DEC 2013
Local Heroes shortlisted nominees announced
THE judging panel for this year's Local Heroes awards made some difficult decisions on Friday (10) as the standard of nominations proved to be higher than ever before.
Northwood teenager up for Outstanding Young Person award
A TEENAGER who gives up his free time to volunteer for an animal charity is our latest Local Hero award nominee.
Bm@il: Spare us these celebs
I DON'T know about you, but I'm getting really sick of seeing celebrities picking over the lives of disadvantaged communities before jetting home to put the finishing touches to their oh-socaring documentaries.
Flypast: Right on the red nose
IT SEEMED such a good idea at the time in the pub over a few pints of McNasty's Revenge.
TV presenter Edith Bowman thrills Gruffalo fans at Westfield
HUNDREDS of children ventured into the Deep Dark Wood and braved to meet a dangerous Gruffalo at Westfield.
Celebrity Big Brother
Sweeney's on her Todd
Singer and actress Claire Sweeney visits the Beck Theatre next Monday to perform in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tell Me on a Sunday.
Bm@il: Stop bashing Prince Charles
I'M SPEAKING up for Prince Charles this week. It's time we stopped bullying and bashing our heir to the throne every time he decides to have an opinion.
Ealing group aims to kantar up mount kilimanjaro
A GROUP of workers inspired by a celebrity trek in aid of Red Nose Day is embarking on the challenge of a lifetime to raise thousands of pounds for a children's charity.
Hey, kids, leave those teachers alone!
BRAVE teachers let pupils hack at their hair in a bid to raise cash for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.
Chiswick Community School
Shocking insight into violence in our schools
A CRIME is committed in a Hounslow school an average of more than once a day,the Chronicle can reveal.
Red nose mufti rebuff was unfair
I AM writing with reference to the article on Hounslow Manor Red Nose Day (Red Nose Day demo arrests, Chronicle, March 26).
Arrrests over Red Nose Day ban protest at Hounslow Manor School
Two pupils were arrested when a protest about Red Nose Day being 'banned' at Hounslow Manor School spiralled out of control, it has emerged.
The unsung heroes of our community
In the run-up to the announcement of the Feltham Citizen of the Year 2009, we meet some more of the hard-working people whose selfless work often goes unrecognised.
Children across Hounslow make a mess for Red Nose Day
Youngsters across Hounslow made a fantastic mess as well as a huge amount of cash as they celebrated Red Nose Day last Friday.
Comic Relief celebrates success
Harrow and Brent fundraisers did something funny for money to help raise a record amount for Comic Relief.
Red Nose Day 2009
Red Nose Day 2009
Gary Noel triples goal tally for Harrow Borough
Harrow Borough 4 Hendon 2 Gary Noel tripled his goal tally in the Ryman Premier League this season with a mouthwatering four-goal salvo as Harrow swept aside fellow strugglers Hendon on Saturday.
Football clubs get out red balls for Comic Relief
NORTHWOOD, Hillingdon Borough and Wealdstone will be among all the Isthmian League clubs that will play with bright red footballs in support of a £500,000 fund raising drive by league sponsor, stationery company Ryman.
NEW RELEASES Friendly Fires, The Saturdays, Wavves
Helen Clarke reviews the week's new releases
Ealing comedian and musician Rainer Hersch, who has performed on almost every major comedy stage in Britain and abroad, is the brains behind Classic Relief.
Chiswick RNLI lifeboat crew march down the Thames
Chiswick RNLI crew members took time out from a gruelling 21-mile charity walk to have a quick break with youngsters at a Chiswick infants school.
Where to have a song and dance this week
It's a busy week on west London's culture scene, Christian McLaughlin gives his tips on where to go.
A laugh-out-loud musical
Eastcote arts critic KATE LONGHURST reviews Spamalot at the Palace Theatre