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21:49, 1 JUL 2014
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.
Burglaries and anti-social behavior continues
Where are the police? All we see in the Pitshanger Lane area are traffic wardens riding around on their little scooters hunting for motorist prey on.
Looking Back: Cracking a Code Breaker's History
DURING the war years when I worked for the Sperry Gyroscope Company on the Great West Road, the company was involved in the manufacture of many highly secret components for the war effort.
Harrow Weald man arrested on suspicion of attempted arson
POLICE have arrested a 47-year-old man from Harrow Weald, on suspicion of attempted arson.
Harrow Arts Centre
Harrow Weald fire destroys two shops and forces evacuation of 30
FLATDWELLERS were evacuated after a ferocious fire broke out in two commercial premises located in the same area where eight suspected arsons occurred.
Post Offices close after computers crash
UXBRIDGE'S main Post Office has had to close this afternoon (Thursday) due to a system failure that has affected branches nationally.
Gazette's card arrives four months late 'via Barbados'
WE ARE all used to complaining about how long it can take to get our post, but Gazette staff were left mystified when a ‘thank you’ card arrived four months late, with a bizarre Barbados postage mark.
Woman motorist scares off attacker after Ealing brawl
A MAN 'in his 20s' was found with a bloody lip after a street brawl in Ealing on Monday night.
Surprise for sisters as postcard is delivered to grave
TWO sisters who mailed a postcard to their parents' grave in Bedfont were amazed when it got delivered.
Family fly in for birthday of Eastcote great great gran
SHE’S the last surviving of 13 siblings and has recently become a great great grandmother.
Police warn about postal scam
POLICE are warning residents about a postal scam which could leave you £315 out of pocket.
Parking changes in Hatch End 'harming trade'
TRADERS have spoken out against parking changes in Hatch End which have reduced business on the Uxbridge Road by nearly a quarter.
'Hayes Royal Mail worker stole money from letters'
A POSTAL worker who stole vouchers and cash from letters he sorted has been spared jail.
Brent London Borough Council
Parking charges 'robbing shoppers' say Brent traders
SHOPKEEPERS said new parking charges in Preston Road would "rob the residents" of their free spaces and their cash.
Super sewer columns: Thames insists noise no problem
RATS (Residents Against Thames Sewer) protester Nicky Pateman continues her weekly column outlining the opposition's case against building part of the Thames Tunnel from a site in Carnwath Road, Fulham.
Mum hit by car in Uxbridge Road suffers fractures
A MOTHER was airlifted to hospital with multiple fractures on Saturday morning after she was hit by a car in Uxbridge Road.
Eastcote announces itself with welcome signs
EASTCOTE is hoping to reclaim its identity after unveiling four new welcome signs, just in case anyone forgets where they are.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Hillingdon resident hits out at 'crazy postal regulations'
A RESIDENT has criticised 'crazy postal regulations' which he argues has led to a neighbours back-garden build being incorrectly addressed.
Bold plan to transform Twickenham town centre
DEMOLISHING the Santander building and creating a public square is among an ambitious set of proposals to transform Twickenham town centre.
TV actor presents Chiswick man with painting
ACTOR Richard Briers has presented a painting to a much-loved Chiswick newsagent whose shop is described as a 'hub of the community'.
Harefield Londis store swamped with pork pies
A HAREFIELD shop which accidentally ordered dozens of boxes of pork pies is trying to turn its problem into a charity fundraiser.
Delivery office closure forces Southall residents to travel to Hayes
RESIDENTS in Southall will have to travel across the borough to Hayes to collect missed mail following the planned closure of a delivery office.
Whitton schoolboy wins letter writing contest
A WHITTON pupil has been given the stamp of approval by judges in a Royal Mail contest.
Isleworth man proposes in front of 400 cinema goers
Here's what happened when an Isleworth man hired the big screen at Cineworld in Feltham to pop the question.