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17:49, 30 SEP 2013
'Charing Cross Hospital not closing' insist health authority
REPORTS that Charing Cross Hospital could be sold to raise money for cash-strapped Imperial College NHS Trust have been rubbished by the health authority.
FEATURE: Disabled Shepherd's Bush woman's fight for work
FINDING a job in London is a tough ask for even the most able-bodied applicant.
Fulham family launch fundraising campaign in memory of daughter
THE family of a bright young scientist who died of leukaemia have embarked on an ambitious fundraising campaign in her memory.
Hammersmith Hospital chosen to trial life-saving blood cancer drugs
HAMMERSMITH Hospital has been chosen alongside a dozen others in the UK to get access to life-saving drugs for blood cancer patients.
Tube suspended after man has cardiac arrest at Wood Lane
A 52-year-old man was given CPR treatment in front of tube passengers this morning after going into cardiac arrest.
Ex-NHS boss told: 'Pay back stolen cash or stay locked up'
The jailed former chief executive of Hammersmith Hospital NHS Trust has six months to pay back £76,000 of her fraudulent profits.
My trade: Listening to the people on the front line
A FORMER nurse set up her own care company when she spotted a gap in the market.
Transport Watch: The mayor is pressed for answers
THE Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, was on good form when he addressed a packed Greenford Hall last month on transport issues in the capital.
Looking Back: Christmas in Acton in 1986
Stories of good fortune, kindness and goodwill dominated the first few pages of the paper during Christmas week.
Councillor thanks hospital for saving him
A COUNCILLOR has donated more than £5,000 to Ealing Hospital's heart unit as a thank you for saving his life.
Feature: Chronicle reporter becomes clinical trial volunteer
TESTING new drugs on healthy people is one of the most important tools at the disposal of doctors and scientists trying to find cures for major diseases.
Identical twins to mark 82nd birthday with 12,000ft skydive
A pair of identical twins will mark their 82nd birthday together in high spirits on Sunday – with a 12,000ft skydive.
Water centre was a 'tragedy waiting to happen'
ANOTHER victim of an accident at Princes Club as a child warned that the water centre was a tragedy waiting to happen, almost 10 years before the death of Marie-Simon Cronjie.
Five of the best: Get ready for the Zippos Circus encore!
ZIPPOS Circus returns to Willesden with a new touring show for 2010 called, Encore!
Imperial College in bid to build halls of residence at former BBC site
An application by Imperial College to build a 618-room halls of residence at a former BBC site in Wood Lane has been submitted to Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
Charing Cross Hospital
Lib Dem councillor to abseil a 10 storey building
A COUNCILLOR is to abseil down a 10-storey building to raise money for charity.
Donor benefactor hopes photo exhibition will encourage others to give
AT THE age of 19, Holly Cocker was diagnosed with renal kidney failure and placed on a life-saving dialysis machine.
Car crash driver who suffered heart attack dies
A 40-YEAR-OLD motorist died this morning following a car crash yesterday in South Harrow.
Hospitals under 'superbug' microscope
CHARING Cross Hospital had the fourth-highest number of C difficile cases in the country over the past three months, new 'superbug' figures have showed.
Former NHS boss jailed for £200,000 fraud
A FORMER health boss has been jailed after she admitted defrauding the NHS out of more than £200,000 to fund her own private horse breeding business.
Charing Cross Hospital
Criticism as NHS trust in line for £400k parking bonanza
Imperial College NHS Trust is in line to take revenue of more than £400k from car parking charges this financial year, new Freedom of Information figures have revealed.
More promises on saving the NHS
I WOULD like the opportunity to comment on recent letters from paid-up Tory party activists to the Gazette.
Hammersmith scientist battles it out to become Miss India Worldwide
A stunning scientist based at Hammersmith Hospital has flown to South Africa to compete in the finals of Miss India Worldwide.
Southall mother and son die within days of each other
A FAMILY has paid tribute after a grandmother and her son died within days of each other earlier this month.