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LATEST - Campaigners Celebrate Reprieve for Goldsmith's Arms
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Ealing Council Makes £11million on Parking And Traffic Fines
Annual report shows motorists most often fined for performing illegal turns
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Regenerating Acton Through Street Art
Innovative new plans underway to bring a slice of Shoreditch to W3
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Man From Acton Accused of Grenfell Tower Fraud
Shaffick Brimer accused of falsely claiming to have been a resident
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Travellers Reappear on Ealing Common
Council officers to enforce borough wide injunction
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Twenty Thousand Pound Reward for Missing Mohammed Shah
Disappearance of man last seen in Acton may be linked to drug dealing
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Planned Overground Stations Unlikely To Be Built
Brexit believed to have done for Old Oak Common and Hythe Road stations
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Consultation Begins on Heathrow Master Plan
Public's views on layout and operation of new airport sought
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Old Oak Development Could Be Scrapped Without HS2
CEO says scheme totally dependent on stations being built
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Boris Johnson Appears To Back Track on Heathrow Pledge
No mention of lying in front of bulldozers at recent hustings
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Decision Looms on Two North Acton Skyscrapers
Plans for 55 and 45 storey towers meet with significant opposition
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Ealing Council Meeting Disrupted By Pro-Palestinian Protest
Vote was being taken on definition of anti-Semitism
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Major Pipe Burst Leave Homes Without Water
Rupture at Hampton leads to low pressure or total loss of supply
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Park Royal Shooter Jailed For Sixteen Years
John Emeh gunned down man in dispute over purchase of Range Rover
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Ealing Borough Residents Could Earn Over £100 a Month From Their Driveway
Increasing number being rented out for parking
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Local MP Faces Anti-Semitism Accusations
Two former colleagues submit complaints to the party about Rupa Huq
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'Living Hell' of Being Beside HS2 Construction Site
Noise, vibration and pollution becoming unbearable for residents
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Anger Over Proposed Gunnersbury Lane Pop Up Bar
Residents and councillors not allowed to make objections to the proposal
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Acton Heart Attack Survivor To Take On Half Marathon
Inspirational Edward Eagle says 'nothing's impossible'
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Ealing Spends Over £37 Million A Year on Temporary Housing
Looking to modular scheme to bring down cost
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Ealing Council Selling Off Library Books For Seven Pence
Over 6,000 titles disposed of through company that resells on eBay
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Major Reorganisation of Local Health Services Planned
Eight clinical commission groups could be merged into single organisation
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Furious Acton Garden Residents Left Without Water
Management company apologise after a series of problems with the new builds
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Real Ale Award For Former Acton Councillor
John Gallagher recognised for his services by CAMRA
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Acton's Help To Buy Dependency 'Unhealthy'
But developer argues area is on cusp of huge regeneration
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Leafy Ealing 'Becoming Like The Wild West' Says MP
Rupa Huq tackles Prime Minister in the Commons over falling police numbers
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Acton's New Cycle Route 'Ready By December'
Car free pathway will link Savoy Circus with Wood Lane
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Controversy Over Acton Playing Fields Planning Application
As Ealing Council Leader's wife gives her support to private sports club
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Thousands Sign Petition For Acton Tribute To Del Boy
Calls for Ealing Council to install statue or plaque at Harlech Tower
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Stories from past W3 newsletters
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West London is Zooming
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The Village Trading Store
Village Vintage Chalk paints WORKSHOPS
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Smart Businesses Value Staff Well-being with Chair Massage
Why not reward your staff with an Ambreen Holistic Massage?
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Gunnersbury Park and Museum 'Summer Lates' Programme Continues
Next up marking Pride weekend with Go West! and a Freddie Mercury tribute act
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Major New Arts Festival For Acton
Eco friendly event at the Aeronaut
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Roadworks Ahead in Acton
Traffic delays likely due to road and lane closures
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Acton
Engineering works ahead on local tube and train services
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Planning Application Made for Gunnersbury Park Festival
The Specials and Ocean Colour Scene to headline Gunnersville in September
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Gunnersbury Park Ice Age Event 'Postponed'
Animatronic beast display was expected to attract 6,000 visitors a day
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One Lane Of The Westway To Be Closed For Several Months
Work on cycle lane between Acton and Wood Lane likely to cause delays
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An Opportunity To Be Involved With Gunnersbury Park
As the restoration continues, there are paid and volunteering positions
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Gunnersbury parkrun Hits A New Record
Running event going from strength to strength with over 600 enthusiasts
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Go Ape 'Reassessing' Gunnersbury Park Plan
High wire adventure facility unlikely to be built this year
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More Delays For Decision On Acton Arts Centre
6 years on still no definitive plans - Trustee Doug Carnegie updates
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Iconic Acton Mural To Raise Thousands For Local Art Charity
Section of famous 'Big Mother' installation by Stik has been saved
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Live Travel Updates for Acton
Information on what is happening on local roads and public transport
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What's On In Acton
All the latest events in and around W3
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 Leisure
Basil & Tom’s
Shop better. Eat better. Feel better.
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Craft Beer's Coming To Acton..
'A Pint Of Hops' is opening on Churchfield Road
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Vintage Tea Room Opens in Acton
Tea Darling adds retro charm to Churchfield Road
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New Year - New Garden!
Say Nick Gough and Douglas Vieira from the Distinctive Gardener
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Acton Pizza Restaurant Given Lowest Hygiene Rating
Pizza Town on High Street given no stars by Ealing Council inspectors
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Local Football Club Seeks New Players
Children for the under 7s, 8s and 11s sought by Acton Ealing Whistlers
 Property
Crossrail Uncertainty Hampers Acton Property Market
But four homes sold for over £2million in one road within three months
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Plans To Be Revealed For Another North Acton Skyscraper
46-storey tower to be built at 4 Portal Way currently the Holiday Inn site
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Second Highest Price Ever Paid For Home In Acton
Larger family houses still in demand as market for flats continues to stagnate
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Soapsud Island's Dirty Secrets Revealed
New book uncovers the harsh conditions in local laundries of the last century
 Community
Threat Of Bulldozers For Goldsmiths Arms
Planning application for demolition of historic building to create flats
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Putting Acton On The Map
A local resident tells Ealing to wake up - W3 is about to get 'extremely interesting'
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Call To Scrap 'Money-Wasting Propaganda Sheet'
New data shows Around Ealing cost over £1.2 million in eight years
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Green Light for New Local Secondary School
Ark Soane Academy to be built on site of Acton College near Gunnersbury Lane
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Acton Homeless Concern Needs Your Help
Volunteers urgently sought for local charity
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Fix My Acton Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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