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New Effort To Find Killers of Rajesh Verma
Stabbed with garden shears near Acton Park seventeen years ago
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100 Firefighters Tackle Park Royal Blaze
Fire breaks out at industrial laundry on Sunbeam Road
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Local Lockdown Unlikely At This Stage
Reports identifying Hounslow and Ealing boroughs as hot spots misleading
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Local Police District Had Most Fines for Lockdown Breaches
Claim made that ethnic minorities being disproportionately targeted
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Planning Application Submitted for 25 Storey Bollo Lane Tower
Bollo Brook House will be largest building in massive housing development
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Legal Challenge to Scrapping of Minicab Congestion Charge Exemption
Union claims it unfairly targets BAME drivers
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Bogus Police Officer Forces His Way Into Home
Suspect arrested minutes after burglary and assault
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Local MP's Abortion Protest Ban Wins Commons Vote
Rupa Huq wants to see the restrictions in Ealing used nationwide
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Gunnersbury Park Historic Buildings Survey Extended
Your views on uses for small mansion and stables wanted
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Man Stabbed Near East Acton Tube Station
Another injured after being attacked in nearby Henchman Street
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Disappointing Cycling and Walking Funding for Ealing
TfL grant for Streetspace well below the million pound plus amount hoped for
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Another 336 Homes Approved in Acton Gardens Development
Eighth phase will include apartments, maisonettes and houses
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Acton Property Market Was Performing Well Prior to Lockdown
Estate agents now 'shell-shocked and confused' about what lies ahead
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Justice Sought for Former Acton Post Office Manager
Rupa Huq raises case in Commons of how Patel family faced false accusations of theft
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Thumbs Down For Ealing's First Virtual Planning Meeting
Ealing Matters report serious concerns about council's lockdown arrangements
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Sales of Gunnersbury Park Book Needed to Support Estate
Previously sold through cafe and museum but hundreds destroyed by fire
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Secret Cinema Reportedly Abandon Gunnersbury Park Plan
Friends group tell members that event not going ahead
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Airline Safety Style Video Made For Returning Acton Pupils
West Acton Primary School providing animated guidance
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Acton Gardens Community Centre's Response to Covid-19
Just a year after opening centre became vital in bringing the area together
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Ealing Adopting Cautious Approach to Library Reopening
Decision yet to be made on whether returned books need to be quarantined
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Planning Application Submitted for Acton Cinema
Acton Arts Project now hope to open some time next year
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Ealing Launches Grant Support Scheme for Small Businesses
Firms paying rents but not eligible for business rates relief qualify
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Ealing Council Stick With Viridor for Recycling
New five year contract awarded worth £10 million
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Ealing Council Creates Shopping List of 200 Road Projects
Scheme includes cycle lanes, road closures and traffic restrictions around schools
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How Southfield Councillors are Engaging with Residents During Covid-19
Andrew Steed on the maintenance of democratic services
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Teenager Jailed for Acton Park Robbery and Stabbing
Rajwan Khan attempted to intimidate victim before trial
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Car Linked to Askew Road Shooting Found Burnt Out in Ealing
White Range Rover was seen shortly before at murder scene
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Rupa Huq Takes a Knee for George Floyd
Joins hundreds peacefully protesting for Black Lives Matter on Ealing Common
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Return to Local Schools is a Trickle Rather Than a Flood
Even before ditching of plan that primaries fully reopen number going back is low
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Image of Acton Cinema Acid Attacker Wasn't Circulated
Xeneral Webster went on to kill woman in similar incident
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Gunnersbury Park Launches Fundraising Appeal After Fire
Destruction of café leaves estate short of a quarter of a million pounds
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Arson Suspected After Fire Breaks Out At Gunnersbury Park Cafe
Fire-fighters rescue horse-drawn carriages from historic display
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Concerns Raised That £30 Million Lent By Ealing Council at Risk
Essex council found to have borrowed over a billion to fund solar farm purchases
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Red Block Rebels Release Video on Ealing's 'Development Free-for-all'
Short film shows the 181 tower blocks of up to 55 storeys built or planned
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Three Times as Many Extreme Speeders Stopped During Lockdown
Enforcement increased to prevent collisions increasing strain on NHS
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Councillor Andrew Steed Angry About Virtual Planning Decision
Believes Ealing Council has reneged on pledge to defer controversial applications
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Burglar's Discarded Cigarette Butts Land Him in Jail
Had been responsible for a string of thefts from homes in the area
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Man from Acton Faces Attempted Murder Charge
Mohamed Jama Duale accused of stabbing man in Hayes last year
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Two Shootings in Acton Believed to Be Linked
Man and woman in hospital after incidents on Perryn Road and East Acton Lane
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Horn Lane Cement Plant Given Planning Permission
Virtual meeting approves controversial relocation to Acton Goods Yard
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Old Oak Common 'Super-hub' Given Go Ahead
Construction of what will be UK's largest railway station to start next month
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Chaos on Stirling Road After Tip Reopens
Firms on the estate say long queues exacerbated by mismanagement
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Residents Groups Unconvinced By Ealing's New Planning Policy
Consultation period extended but guidance on methods of informing residents ignored
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Bus Ploughs into Shop Front in Acton
Collision took place on Old Oak Road near Savoy Circus
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Stories from past W3 newsletters
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TfL Has Submitted Planning Application For Bollo Lane
TfL has undertaken extensive consultation and engagement activities with members of the local community
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Zoom Past the Supermarket Queues in West London
Ocado Zoom delivers just what the doctor ordered – more food, less waiting
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West London Girls Schools Working Together in UCAS Week
St Augustine's, Ellen Wilkinson & Sacred Heart share ideas on university applications
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Roadworks Ahead in Acton
Traffic delays likely due to road and lane closures
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Drive-In Cinema Event Planned at Twyford Avenue Sports Ground
Sixteen evening showings plus one live performance scheduled
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Gunnersbury Park Reopens Public Car Park
Plans announced for playground to reopen next month
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Volunteer Drive at Acton Gardens Community Centre
Interested in taking up an exciting and rewarding role
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Acton
Engineering works ahead on local tube and train services
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Boy's Epic Bike Ride Smashes Fundraising Target
Finn Bissett's marathon around the streets of Ealing Common raises over £3,000
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Pyjamarama Day at Old Oak Primary School
Lockdown library held with book exchange in playground
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Half Marathon Run Raises Three Times What Was Hoped For
Richard Burke inspired to support the Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre
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Make the Most of Those Lockdown Daydreams
Enter the Chiswick Book Festival Young People's Poetry Competition
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Ealing Summer Festivals Including Acton Carnival Cancelled
Latest events to be affected by Covid-19 pandemic
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Timeline Shows Ealing Borough's Rich Literary Heritage
Diverse authors such as Henry Fielding to Phoebe Waller-Bridge feature
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Park Restrictions Announced in Ealing
Council to limit public to certain areas
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Lovebox 2020 Announces Cancellation
Gunnersbury Park pop festival latest event to be called off due to pandemic
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Council Reopens Parks in Hammersmith & Fulham
Opened on 'trial basis' with social distancing laws to be enforced
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Gunnersbury Park Museum Closes and parkrun Suspended
The park itself and the cafe remain open for visitors
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Celebrations and Commemorations Postponed
40th West London Local History Conference to be delayed due to Coronavirus
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Liam Gallagher and Eric Cantona Film In Gunnersbury Park
Video for singer's new release 'Once' shows Cantona dressed as a King
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Centenery Celebrations For Acton Bookbinders
Blissetts is 100 years old and this year will move from Roslin Road base
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Ealing Young Carers Project Hosts Local Councillors
Scheme has seen huge growth in participation since inception
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Rupa Huq MP Marks Holocaust Memorial Day
Joins concentration camp survivors for 75th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz
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Maverick Planning 'A People's Theatre Company'
West London group is crowdfunding to introduce a new theatre concept
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New Art Mural For Acton Primary School
Scheme at Berrymede to bring more creativity to the community
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Acton's Striking Street Art Draws The Crowds
Shisoka mural on the corner of Churchfield Road was created by Fin DAC
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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
Introducing Alistair-Hugo at Home
Quality produce, food boxes and curated meals - fresh food ideas delivered direct to your door
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Elena At Move & Reboot Pilates
One-to-one and group classes
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The Italian Plumber's Tip Of The Month
Got a garden? Get a tap
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Pai Skincare Launches Acton Spirit
For every one sold, they will gift one to frontline workers
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Dismay Over Threat to Churchfield Road Institution
Planning application submitted that would result in closure of L’Oriental
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Turning Fitness On Its Head
Too busy to exercise? Don't like gyms? Then fit20 could be the solution for you…
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Acton Spirit Hand Sanitiser Launched
Initial batch to be given away free to local schools, nurseries and charities
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Reprieve for Gunnersbury Park Bowls Club
Planners say proposal to remove it gives no satisfactory justification
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Urban Art - Changing The Face of Acton
Emily Hopkins reviews the growing street art movement in W3
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Acton Street Dancers Through To European Championships
Can you support these local talented youngsters?
 Property
Who's Going To Buy All The Flats Being Built In Acton?
Concerns raised about there being sufficient demand to absorb huge supply
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Allegations of Duplicity Over True Scale of Friary Park Redevelopment
Opponents say both Catalyst and Council withheld full picture during consultation
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55 Storey Skyscraper Approved for North Acton
MP blasts 'presumption to build' after Portal Way tower blocks get go-ahead
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Objections Grow To 22-Storey Tower Near South Acton Station
Residents fighting plan for 210 flats on industrial estate car park
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Nine Storey Development Planned at Stirling Road
100 flats to be built on top of commercial space in industrial estate
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Acton Residents Fearful After Spate of Brake Tampering
Cars in Poet's Corner cul-de-sac subject to dangerous criminal damage
 Community
Acton Community Support
Groups available throughout W3 helping out during the lockdown
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Acton Homeless Concern Helping Those In Hardship
A takeaway meal service available once a week thanks to community donations
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Local Councillor Starts Jigsaw Puzzle Swap Group
Southfield Lib Dem's Gary Malcolm on keeping boredom at bay
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Ealing Women Are Living Donors
Kiran Gupta and Jacquie de Bidaph urge others to consider helping others in need
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Opposition Continues to Grow to Horn Lane Cement Plant
Residents believe plan unacceptable due to pollution and traffic
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South Acton Working Men's Club Set To Close
Acton Gardens developers taking over building next year
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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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Gunnersbury Park Announce Plan To Impose Parking Charges
Consultation being held on introduction of £1 per hour fee
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Soapsud Island's Dirty Secrets Revealed
New book uncovers the harsh conditions in local laundries of the last century
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Fix My Acton Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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