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15:18, 2 JUL 2017
Walt Disney World Florida cuts £699 off package holidays for 2018
Other offers currently running for Walt Disney World holidaymakers include £300 gift cards and discounted entry tickets
Holidaymakers stranded after 'Jihadi London' mobile hotspot alert grounds London-bound flight
Holidaymakers were due to fly back from the Mexican holiday resort of Cancun on Tuesday night (May 23)
TV and film
Channel 5's Rich House Poor House needs YOU for the next series
The producers behind hit TV show Rich House Poor House are looking for new families to take part in its next series
Take Me Out
Take Me Out: Find out where mystery Isle of Fernando's is
Let the palm see the trees and jet off on a romantic holiday
Teacher who survived brain tumour to run in memory of pupil at her school in Isleworth who was killed by the disease
Emma Bassett, who teaches at Isleworth Town Primary School, will run the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity
Football League Championship
Fantastic easy Championship guide on all 24 clubs from the people who know
Today, part one. Tomorrow, the second 12 clubs
Hughie Dixon's live music round-up: Trampoline bounce back to The Crown and Treaty in Uxbridge
Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's latest round-up of live music in an around Hillingdon Borough.
On Stage: Murder and intrigue await on a Dangerous Corner.
Don't miss the chance to see the first play by author of An Inspector Calls writes Norresa Perucho
Struggling university students get lessons in supermarket shopping
Undergraduates are taking part in smart shopping workshops at Morrisons in Brentford to learn how to stretch their student loans that bit further
Cash and diamonds seized in international money laundering raids
The early morning wake-up call was part of operation coordinated by the National Crime Agency involving more than 250 officers in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Bulgaria and Spain.
Claire Sweeney chats with Richmond residents after theatre show
Stars of September in the Rain - Claire Sweeney and John Thomson - meet elderly residents for Silver Sunday
Thomson storms into Olympic Hopes final
Fifteen-year-old was among 20 young GB hopefuls called up for the regatta held in Racice, which attracted more than 440 competitors from 22 countries
Book review: Memories of the toughest Ashes
England’s ultimately comfortable victory over Australia in the second Test at Lord’s may have satisfied home supporters, but for many cricket fans, it merely highlighted the shortcomings of an unusually uncompetitive touring side.
Pettet salvages a point for Saints
MIDDLESEX COUNTY LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
Treat of music by female composers
Saxophonist Hayley Lambert will perform a programme of music written by female composers, including Lori Laitman’s beautiful and haunting I Never Saw Another Butterfly.
Lib Dems pay tribute after former Southall candidate dies at 44
TRIBUTES have been paid to a former parliamentary candidate for Southall who died last week.
Unprovoked attack on man with hearing difficulties
POLICE are keen to catch a thug who punched a man with hearing difficulties on his way home from work.
Scott at the double as Bedfont win at Daventry
LEE Scott fired home a delicious double as Bedfont Town won 2-0 on a freezing night at Daventry Town on Tuesday.
Pizza delivery man hit with silver hammer
A TEENAGER attacked a pizza delivery man with a silver hammer during a violent robbery, a court was told on Monday.
BBC looks to the future on Television Centre's 50th birthday
Ambitious plans to build a new creative hub in White City by selling off Television Centre have been laid out by the BBC as the iconic building celebrates its 50th anniversary this week.
Looking Back: The musical man
Eddie Menday reports on a fanatical collector who set up a fascinating museum in Brentford.
Football League Cup
Landmark man Higgy's skipper for the day
BRENTFORD legend Tommy Higginson was made captain for the day when York City visited Griffin Park late in February 1967, to mark his 250th appearance for the Bees.
Bees give Bradford a battering
WITH the threat of QPR's takeover bid still hanging over their heads, Brentford took on Bradford City in a Fourth Division fixture at Griffin Park in February 1967.
Police seek witnesses to shop hold-up
POLICE are continuing to appeal for witnesses and information following the armed robbery on Thomson travel agents in High Street last week.