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17:43, 19 MAR 2014
Attend jobs fair in Hounslow on April and you could leave with offer of employment
Brentford and Isleworth MP Mary Macleod is backing a major jobs fair in her constituency that offers jobseekers a chance to meet major employers
Harrow Crown Court
Brent Council family support worker showed 'disgusting' child abuse film to colleagues, court hears
Pimlico woman, 38, on trial at Harrow Crown Court accused of distributing an indecent photograph of a child
Shadow Home Secretary visits Feltham to hear from Asda shoppers
Yvette Cooper joined Feltham MP Seema Malhotra to hear how the cost of living is effecting locals, writes Nicola Homer
Seema Malhotra MP: Cost of living crisis is still hitting women hard
Seema Malhotra, Labour MP for Feltham & Heston, has been finding out what concerns local women, with the cost of living and childcare top of the list
Harrow London Borough Council
Block of flats in Harrow given revamp: occupants enjoy new balconies, windows and façades
Completion of upgrade of 80 properties in Francis Road marked with planting of cherry trees
Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College union members say protests against cuts will continue
The college needs to find £5 million in savings within this financial year and has introduced a voluntary redundancy programme
Former daredevil who hitched rides on back of buses turns 100
Irene Anderson, who helped manufacture planes during the Second World War, celebrates her centenary at Heston House
Hounslow job-seekers stripped of benefits under tough new regime
More sanctions issued to claimants in Hounslow than anywhere else in west London under government crackdown on 'something for nothing culture'
Businesses in Ealing and Hanwell fined for employing illegal workers
Amia Beauty Salon in The Mall and Londis in Greenford Avenue were visited by Home Office immigration officers
Universal Credit in Hammersmith: how many people are actually benefiting?
The Government's new all-in-one benefit system was introduced in Hammersmith four months ago. The Chronicle looks at how people are coping with the changes.
West London News
Pride in Our People Awards: Meet the sponsors
Pride in Our People is now in its 11th year of recognising and reward deserving members of the Ealing community who go the extra mile. Meet the local firms sponsoring the awards.
Open day offers K&C residents chance to join the construction industry
Kensington & Chelsea Council is jointly holding an open day to help residents find work and apprenticeships in the construction industry
Unions strike deal with Royal Mail over 'bullying' dispute
The deal comes after Unite union members at Stanmore Delivery Office went on strike several times across October and November.
Unearthing the lost history of market gardens
A three-year project is underway to learn more about the lost heritage of market gardens, which once dominated much of west London, and revive some of the methods
Ealing Hospital workers stage two day strike to demand living wage
More than 140 GMB union members at Ealing Hospital - including cleaners and caterers - are demanding pay in line with NHS staff and a 'living wage'
No strike at Bakkavör production plant
Bosses come up with a bumped-up pay package before secret strike ballot closed
Second 48-hour tube strike is OFF after TfL reaches agreement with unions
The RMT and TSSA unions have called off a second 48-hour strike which had been called in protest at planned ticket office closures
The Weekly Question: Were Tube workers right to strike?
Tube strikes may have brought misery to passengers but union members say they were necessary to stop planned closures of ticket offices and job losses - what do you think?
Union in row with Harrow Council over redundancy pay-offs
Harrow Unison allege that workers are being given less favourable packages following council stalling redundancies.
Trade unions seek £1 per hour pay rise for all council staff
Members of Unison, GMB and Unite say council workers are struggling following a three-year pay freeze
Blistering debut refuses to play the blame game
Social worker's debut play is a heady but harrowing portrayal of one boy's tragic fate and those who tried to intervene
Unemployment lowest since 2008, new indicator suggests
Number of people in Hounslow claiming Jobseeker's Allowance dips below 4,000 for the first time in five years
Hounslow London Borough Council
Two sackings and one resignation follow council fraud investigation
Sackings following internal investigation into fraud by staff at Hounslow Homes, the housing arm of Hounslow Council
Phillip helps ex-offenders and jobless get on work ladder
Boost given to those struggling to find work