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Marks & Spencer
14:34, 1 OCT 2013
Your choice on 'jobs tax'
A TAX on jobs, or 70 per cent of working people better off - it's your choice.
Hospice set to expand after Gazette campaign
WORK can now start on a vital extension for Meadow House hospice after a two-year Gazette-backed campaign to raise £250,000.
High street has gone downhill
I AGREE with Pauline Brown that the state of Hounslow's high street has been deteriorating for several years (Nurse's fury at state of high street after purse is stolen, Chronicle, February 12).
TLC needed to keep economy looking lively as recession ends
After enduring a protracted and damaging recession, new figures show Britain has finally bounced back - or has it?
M&S raises money for hospital baby unit
STAFF at Marks & Spencer have raised more than £3,000 for West Middlesex Hospital's special care baby unit.
NOTE TO SELF: Loose Woman turns columnist
Rachel Agnew, who became a panelist on TV's Loose Women thanks to a competition, is the Gazette's latest columnist.
No jingle tills in Uxbridge
SHOPS already battling for survival are facing a gloomy Christmas, with families apparently choosing to go elsewhere to do their festive shopping.
Hundreds turn up to bag M&S penny bargains
A CROWD of shoppers gathered in Hounslow High Street early last Friday as Marks and Spencer held its famous Penny Bazaar.
Broadway plans flawed
DANIEL GOODGER'S letter (November 6) reports little longing in March for changing Tolworth Broadway.
Hounslow cancer survivors hit the catwalk
PATIENTS who have been affected by breast cancer took to the catwalk at West Middlesex Hospital last Friday, to highlight how life goes on after the disease.
Tesco better than new pound shop
REPLYING to the letters regarding Tesco's proposed move into the premises formerly occupied by Woolworths (Let Tesco know how we feel, Letters, August 16 and subsequent weeks), the Ruislip Chamber of Commerce has been looking for this prominent site to be occupied as soon as possible and we have been working hard behind the scenes to encourage a number of outlets to consider moving into Ruislip, but without success.
Alert community cop seizes cocaine haul
CRACK cocaine worth £2,500 and kept in a carrier bag was seized by a South Harrow community cop.
Churches want to woo faithful back to the pews
CHURCHES are throwing open their doors to lapsed Christians this weekend, as part of Church of England nationwide campaign to woo the faithful back to the pews.
New Tesco sparks mixed reactions
NEWS that a Tesco store could soon be opening in Ruislip high street has sparked mixed opinions among local traders.
Brave fundraisers take the plunge
ROYAL Borough workers took the plunge by abseiling off Kensington Roof Gardens on Thursday.
Stores weigh in to support hospice fund
Sainsbury's in West Ealing set a £25,000 target after customers chose the hospice for its charity this year.
World War One vet Harry Patch was from Ealing
Having reached the astonishing age of 111, Mr Patch had decades to reflect on his experiences on the battlefield but remained silent on the subject for most of his life.
No help at all to aged and disabled
AS A blue badge holder, I think it's ridiculous to remove disabled parking bays for taxi parking (Cabbies claim council taxi decision is just rank bad management, Gazette, July 22).
Sometimes an hour is too long
LAST Saturday I was in Ealing shopping. I travelled all the way from Edgware by car looking for a specialist shop when I could have gone to central London.
Crowds gather for Marks and Spencer penny bargains
QUEUES of bargain hunters lined up outside Marks and Spencer in Uxbridge to take advantage of the Penny Bazaar.
Harrow London Borough Council
Pinner motorist fined while trapped by fire
PARKING officers have backed down on a fine given to a furious motorist who was handed a ticket despite being trapped in a fire.
More victims of cashcard scam come forward
THIS morning (Wednesday) the Gazette's newsdesk has been deluged with calls from victims of the credit card cloning scam which has swept Hillingdon.
Penny treats in Woolies in 1924
I just had to mention my sadness at the closure of Woolworths' stores.
Chelsea Flower Show pruned by cash-strapped Royal Horticultural Society
The Royal Horticultural Society has been forced to prune the Chelsea Flower Show after several major sponsors pulled out.