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08:00, 5 MAR 2015
Noble bags a treble as Chiswick climb to second
Chiswick enjoy big win over struggling Hemel Hempstead
Blistering start give Uxbridge momentum to win
Seventeen points in 20 minutes was enough to survive second half fightback by London French
Curtin's timely try in memory of his father
Both teams honour Uxbridge star's dad in runaway win
Uxbridge bring Abbots crashing back to earth
Rampant Hillingdon given a shock reality check in nailbiting clash
Harrow Crown Court
Grocery store robber jailed while police hunt down accomplice
A MAN from Hayes who robbed a grocery store has been jailed, and police are stepping up their efforts to find his accomplice.
Ealing London Borough Council
Ealing's rodent-infested food outlets shut down
A DEAD mouse was discovered by hygiene inspectors at one of five food outlets in the borough that were shut down for revolting hygiene conditions.
What's inside your Gazette this week
WE ARE down in the dumps in the Uxbridge and Ruislip editions this week.
Up she rises? Narrowboat pumped out ready for salvaging
WATER pours from this sunken narrowboat as two men battle to raise her from the canal bed on Tuesday.
Southall man arrested over historic murder
A MAN has been arrested in connection with a murder that took place 17 years ago.
Ealing London Borough Council
Council to rule on troubled Hanwell restaurant
THE fate of a restaurant in Hanwell which has been a persistent headache for residents and police could be decided at a licensing sub-committee next week.
Mosque gives out free ice cream for Eid
STARTLED shoppers were treated to free treats when a mosque hired an ice cream van to share their celebration of Eid.
Ruislip Harris+Hoole coffee shop first to fail
HARRIS+HOOLE Ruislip has gone bust - the first of the chain of artisanal coffee shops to close.
Man due in court after police find laundry bags stuffed with drugs
A SUSPECTED drug dealer is due in court today after police found two laundry bags full of cannabis in a car in Chiswick.
Colourful grand opening for Southall car park
THE long-awaited car park for the centre of Southall has had its colourful grand opening.
Harrow London Borough Council
Enjoy heritage and architecture during Harrow's own Open Doors weekend
AFICIONADOS of architecture and history will be able to peek inside some of Harrow’s oldest and most interesting buildings for free.
Could you win at the West London Business Awards?
Winning awards is good. It boosts team morale, it shows your company is at the cutting edge, and it can win you work.
Skip fire adds smoke to early morning Uxbridge fog
A FIRE in a skip caused smoke to mingle with dawn fog in Uxbridge town centre.
Hammer attacker jailed for Wealdstone skull-splitting blow
AN ARMED thug who smashed a promising young footballer over the head with a hammer – leaving him in a temporary coma – has been jailed for five and a half years.
Town seconds edge closer to promotion
MIDDLESEX CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND XI DIVISION ONE
Hammer attacker's jail term is 'ridiculous' says victim's family
THE family of a hammer attack victim are disappointed the man who assaulted him was not jailed for longer.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Cheat illegally claimed £24k benefits
A BENEFITS cheat who collected more than £24,000 in money she was not entitled to has been spared jail.
Red Army need to march on in September
TONY Choules reckons September could be the key to Uxbridge’s season.
Boat goes down in Uxbridge canal
IT CAN be every boat owner's nightmare. You return to find your pride and joy – and possibly your home – half submerged in the canal.
Talk about singing scholars
FIND out about the award-winning Mellow Lane Girls Choir from a former member.