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14:54, 9 FEB 2017
Shergar jockey Walter Swinburn's death 'an accident' after falling from his bathroom window, court rules
The 55-year-old, who rode three Derby winners including Shergar, fell 12ft at his home in Belgravia last year
London 2012 Olympics
London 2012 heroes head to Syon Park for Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London
Longines Global Champions Tour of London is coming to Syon Park
One for the weekend: The Selfish Giant (now available on DVD)
Set in the bleak industrial landscape of Bradford, The Selfish Giant is a tale of poverty, desperation and brotherly closeness, writes Tim Cooke
Mourinho evokes 'tiny horse' image in assessing Chelsea's title hopes
Win at Man City makes no difference to Jose's official take on his expectations
Food & Drink
Food Review: Eat like at king at Kempton Park racecourse
FOLLOWING a recent refurbishment and introduction of a brand new menu this historic racecourse’s premier restaurant now means you can not only watch the Sport of Kings, but you can eat like them too.
Ending three Wimbledon generations of hurt, frustration and blighted hopes
It may have been 77 years since the Centre Court crowd crowned the last British male tennis champion when Fred Perry triumphed in 1936 but it is only three years since the burghers of Pitshangar celebrated the event by unveiling a blue plaque on the house where Fred and his parents lived in the 1920s.
Bm@il: McGonagall, a sister under the skin and a brother in rhyme
I’VE just unearthed an interesting fact that is great news for writers everywhere – particularly those with a burgeoning collection of rejection slips.
Sports book: The Grand National's unique sporting theatre
Given the furore the unexpected victory caused at the time, it’s a wonder no-one has written a book about Foinaven, winner of the 1967 Grand National, although following the publication of David Owen’s engaging account, the wait has proved worthwhile.
Ealing London Borough Council
Energy efficient social homes coming to Northolt
Housing developer Lovell has been appointed by Ealing Council to create 43 energy efficient homes for social rent on Eastcote Lane.
Popular George will be missed
ONE of Uxbridge’s best known and popular characters has died.
Royal Albert Hall
Your letters this week (March 6)
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Former Cheltenham captain out to stop Dons old boy
ALAN Bennett returns to his old club Cheltenham Town on Saturday and is determined to stop former AFC Wimbledon striker Byron Harrison notching his first goal for the Robins.
Runners wanted for this year's Ealing Eagles 10k
RUNNERS are being sought for this year's Ealing Eagles 10k with the aim of getting 600 or more people at the start line in Gunnersbury Park on May 19.
Kensington Prep School remembers its famous suffragette ex-pupil
THE pupils of Kensington Prep School in Fulham dressed in the suffragette colours of former pupil Emily Wilding Davison to mark the 100th anniversary of her death.
Paralympic Post: Finding out how a newspaper works
Thursday night saw another social event, a reception held by one of our sponsors DGUV (German social accident insurance) at the German house in Canary Wharf.
Riches overjoyed with Paralympic rowing gold
YEARS of hard work paid off for Naomi Riches as she brought home Paralympic gold in the LTA Mixed coxed fours.
Pietri was hero of original London Olympics
THERE is no doubt that sometimes the gallant loser lives longer in the memory.
Northwood go clear at the top of Division One
NORTHWOOD went clear at the top of the Veteran’s League Division Two table with victory over battling Harrow Weald.
Looking Back with Eddie Menday: A Carnival of Delights
What started out as an educational project has ended in a beautiful and informative book, which is a welcome addition to any library of history books of the area.
Harrow Weald former butcher and postman celebrates 105th birthday
A FORMER butcher and postman who has served either meat or mail to thousands of people has celebrated his 105th birthday.
Honours even as Fulham cancel Chelsea opener
CLINT DEMPSEY – who else? - rescued a deserved point for Fulham after a typically full-blooded derby.
Find Things to Do
THE fascinating history of Burlington House will be explored in an evening lecture in the stunning domed saloon of Chiswick House, which shares the same owner.
Since 1867 Burlington House, in the heart of Piccadilly, has been the home of the Royal Academy and is one of the few surviving great private houses in central London.
Have a bet and raise money at Edgware pub race night
PUBGOERS can have a punt over a pint at a charity race night that promises to be a fun and atmospheric experience.
Hayes man commended for breaking up mass brawl
A BRAVE Hayes man who split up a mass brawl after hearing a woman scream has been specially commended by the British Transport Police (BTP).