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09:12, 11 DEC 2013
Hampton and Richmond FC
Boro confident Lewes game will go ahead
Engineers working around the clock after power failure forces Hornchurch postponment
Ealing Trailfinders RFC
Trailfinders hoping former allegiances will be a motivator for Pirates clash
Ealing Trailfinders RFC will hope former allegiances are a motivating factor when they face Cornish Pirates in their third Green King IPA
New meters make family bills too high
FAMILIES on a new housing estate say they are struggling to pay the high heating bills which are a consequence of the energy meters in their homes.
Osterley boy shares birthday with London Eye
A BIRTHDAY boy was given a surprise 13th party on the London Eye after his father discovered he was born on the same day the landmark was launched.
Seema Malhotra MP: Fighting the threat of rising energy bills
Seema Malhotra, Labour MP for Feltham & Heston, discusses rising energy bills in this week's Constituency Matters.
Ealing Gazette is shortlisted for Weekly Newspaper of the Year
THE Gazette is proud to announce it has been shortlisted for Weekly Newspaper of the Year (Free) in the EDF Energy London and South of England Media Awards 2012.
The Best Wedding Venues in London
London plays host to a range of memorable wedding venues that are as special and unique as the couples that choose to get married there.
The benefits of hiring a conference venue in Central London
The outcome of a business conference will generally depend upon the venue where it is held.
London Welsh sign former Wales international
LONDON Welsh have signing of former Wales centre Sonny Parker for next season.
Jail for illegal who hid in cannabis factory loft
AN ILLEGAL immigrant man who hid in a roll of loft insulation when police raided a cannabis factory in Kenton was sentenced to three years in prison last week.
Community groups voice concerns at Shepherd's Bush Green inquiry
A PUBLIC inquiry into the £4m Shepherd's Bush Green project was told plans for a new café would become a haven for drug users and alcoholics.
Scale of roadworks nightmare in Hammersmith and Fulham laid bare
Under-fire utility firm Thames Water has defended its record after it was revealed it overran on over 150 sets of roadworks last year alone.
Jail for Vietnamese man found at cannabis factory
A VIETNAMESE man has been jailed for two years after he was found hiding inside a Harrow cannabis factory.
Fulham Palace Road is a nightmare - but is new scheme ungreen?
As pedestrians choke and drivers rage amid the ongoing gridlock caused by the roadworks in Fulham Palace Road, the borough's traffic problems have never been more under the microscope.
Bungling roadworks firms need more incentive to improve, say council
Inefficient firms which clog up Hammersmith and Fulham's streets with over-running roadworks could soon be forced rent lanes in a bid to make them improve.
Power cuts leaves scores without electricity
ALMOST 2,000 people in Maple Cross were left without electricity after a power cut.
Power cut in central Hammersmith adds to Tube strike transport woes
A major power cut is reported to have hit Hammersmith, knocking out traffic lights around the gyratory as travellers battle congestion caused by the Tube strike.
Power cut cripples day's trading
BUSINESS owners in Rickmansworth were forced to abandon trading after a power cut in the High Street.
Powercut deprives fans of Defoe winning goal
England fans in Twickenham and Richmond missed Defoe's winner yesterday after a powercut hit thousands of homes and pubs in the area.
Copper cable thieves risk a shocking death, police warn
SCRAP metal thieves targeting valuable high-voltage electricity cables in Three Rivers are putting their lives at risk, police have warned.
Thousands affected by Northwood power cut
THOUSANDS of homes in Northwood were plunged into darkness last night (6) after a power cut was caused by scrap metal thieves.
Such power cuts are unacceptable
LAST week part of the West End was plunged into darkness following a power cut, and once again it was local businesses which paid the price for the failings of the energy supplier EDF.
Hammers' cup loss a real body blow
HAMMERSMITH & Fulham though they had ended up at Holby City on Saturday rather than Saffron Walden.
Powercuts 'killing trade' in Surbiton
BUSINESSES in central Surbiton say they are being hit by repeated power cuts which are threatening their livelihood.