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16:17, 17 OCT 2014
On the Beat
On the beat: Harrow police chief Simon Ovens on a week in policing
Each week Mr Ovens talks us through a week in policing Harrow.
Allotment holder in Feltham grows two giant pumpkins
Adrian Chun will carve the pumpkins in time for Halloween
City Gardener: Autumn's bulbs offer the promise of spring
Garden and landscaping expert Sarah Heaton has been busy planting bulbs and the garden centre, and shares her tips with readers.
Urban Fox: Making the most of the extra few weeks of summer
Elspeth Scott updates readers on the latest goings on at the allotment and how the extended summer has produced a second harvest.
Kittens rescued from road by parking enforcement officer
Wayne Cherry was doing his daily rounds in Harlington when four stray kittens wandered out into the road in front of his moped
Sewer abuse floods over 800 Ealing homes due to 'Fatbergs'
Congealed lumps of leftover cooking fat and wet wipes, dubbed fatbergs by Thames Water sewer staff, have blocked pipes and caused sewage to overflow into gardens and even inside homes.
Hundreds of homes in Harrow and Brent flooded with raw sewage due to fat build-up
Congealed lumps of cooking fat and wet wipes, dubbed fatbergs by Thames Water staff, have blocked pipes and caused sewage to overflow into gardens and even inside homes.
Ealing in Bloom celebrates the best of the borough's gardeners
The judges were impressed once again by the work of people whose passion for plants help make the borough a brighter place
The Intoxication Season gets underway at Kew Gardens
Over the next four weeks Kew Gardens will be hosting a series of events exploring the history behind Mind Altering Plants and Fungi writes Norresa Perucho
Alice Gross detectives search Ealing home of missing Latvian builder
Police looking for missing Hanwell schoolgirl Alice Gross have searched the home of a Latvian builder, and the man's partner has spoken out.
50 golden years for Twickenham garden centre
A garden centre went back to its roots with a swinging sixties party to mark half a century in business.
Bedfont allotment holder grows monstrous pumpkins weighing 40 kilos
Retired Jagi Singh is proud of his Atlantic giants grown on this side of the Atlantic
Lauki what I grew! Heston gardener produces 6ft long gourd
Kashmir Bhatti says his lauki are among the biggest he's seen in this country and could have grown even longer were it not for the unseasonably cold August
New allotment plots available in Hounslow, Hanworth and Isleworth
At least 20 new plots are available at the Church Road site in Hanworth and fresh patches are also being opened up in Isleworth, where there is a big shortage of availability
Vulnerable adults helped to live independently
More then 20 people are benefiting from a specially designed accommodation in West Drayton
What's on: What to do in West London today
Check out our suggestions to make the most of the summer holidays
Urban Fox: Plot thickens thanks to the glorious summer
Elspeth Scott updates readers on more goings on at the allotment, including photographs of the plot in full bloom.
Could your wonky fruit and veg be a winner?
Hounslow Council's recycling team is running a competition celebrating the borough's weird and wonderful produce
Huge fine for slum landlord who let out overcrowded, rat-infested outbuildings in Hounslow
Din Dayal Verma ordered to pay nearly £40,000 after letting out garden shed in Station Road, Hounslow, to a family with a six-month-old baby
Exotic trees in Hounslow produce fruit for first time in 14 years
Former teacher from Kenya planted the loquat trees at her home in Hounslow West in memory of her in-laws, who died in 2000
Cranford Park toasts its first vintage
But you'll have to wait until a family fun day next month to sample the wine, made from grapes in the kitchen courtyard of the park's former hunting lodge
Ealing London Borough Council
Boating to return to Gunnersbury Park thanks to £4.7m grant
A new cafe and the restoration of the Orangery are among other changes to get the 'jewel of west London', which straddles Hounslow and Ealing boroughs, sparkling again
Urban Fox: Potatoes are now tall and bushy
Summer has arrived and the allotment is in full bloom in this week's Urban Fox by Elspeth Scott
Hounslow London Borough Council
New homes unveiled at Heston Farm estate
Completion of 41 homes at Passingham House is the latest phase in a project to build at least 155 new homes across Heston