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Met Wants New Armoured Vehicles to Tackle Public Disorder
Claim request is not linked to concerns about coronavirus pandemic
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Heathrow Airport to Move to Single Runway Operation
Number of flights has been drastically reduced due to pandemic
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Further Appeal Made for Witnesses to Acton Murder
Victim named as 54-year-old local man Stefan Melnyk
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Mayor Asks London's Football Clubs to Help the NHS
Wants them to loan medical staff, facilities and vehicles to hospitals
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Ealing Borough Binmen Celebrate Sick Pay U-turn
Will now receive full pay if they are self-isolating with coronavirus
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Local Hospital Trust Has Nation's Highest Covid-19 Death Toll
Previously had been told coronavirus was less severe than the flu
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Rupa Huq Self-Isolating After Contact With Prime Minister
Ealing Central & Acton MP in proximity with Boris Johnson prior to COVID-19 diagnosis
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Child Poverty Soars to Five Year High in London
Picture set to get worse due to economic impact of pandemic
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Ealing Council's New Arrangements for Refuse Collection
Household collection continues but recycling centres in Acton and Greenford closed
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250 Retired Police Officers Returning to the Met
Recalled to help service deal with staff shortages during pandemic
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Urgent Plea From Acton Homeless Concern
Need supplies to be able to provide support during outbreak
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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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South Acton Woman Charged With Murder
Rhian Beresford accused of running down a man with her car
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Ealing Announce Emergency Fund For Local Services
Council has £1.5million available to help organisations during COVID-19 crisis
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Union Wades into Row Over Overcrowding on Tube
Aslef wants non-essential workplaces shut to reduce passenger numbers
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Big Fall in Tube Use After Appeal From Mayor
Sadiq Khan dismisses health secretary's claim that full service is possible
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How You Can Help The Health Workers and Hospitals
Healthcare trust has set up an appeals page for donations and gifts
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Car Parking Restrictions Still Apply Throughout Borough
But Council says it will take a 'common-sense' approach to enforcement
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Crossrail Construction Activity Halted
TfL stops all projects except those needed for operational safety
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Police Investigate 'Unexplained' Death in W3
Post Mortem to be carried out on body of man found at property on Sir Alexander Road
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Park Restrictions Announced in Ealing
Council to limit public to certain areas
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TfL Urges Londoners To Travel Only On Essential Journeys
Focus of transport network is to ensure that key workers can move around
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Hammersmith Hospital's Urgent Care Centre Closed
Facilities deemed unsuitable for screening and segregating coronavirus sufferers
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Acton Supermarket Shelves Stripped Bare By Shoppers
No shortages locally as smaller retailers have ample stocks
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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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Commandeer Hotels for the Homeless Says Mayor
Says empty rooms should be used to allow rough sleepers to self-isolate
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Ealing Council Gives Details of Coronavirus Contingency Plans
'Robust' arrangements aim to ensure services continue over coming months
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Council Leader Denies Breaching Acton Tenancy Agreement
Julian Bell rents social housing from A2 Dominion as well as owning a house
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Coronavirus - Empty Shelves, Cancellations and Business Impact in Ealing
Council says it has 'robust procedures' in place on how to respond to emergencies
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Murder Investigation Launched 17 Years After Brutal Attack in Acton
Rajesh Verma was stabbed in head with garden shears near Acton Park in 2003
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Ealing Council Tax To Increase and Refuse Changes Ahead
Opposition say claims of strong financial management and investment are 'nonsense'
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Coronavirus Isolation Units Set Up in West London
Specialist pods operating in West Middlesex and Ealing Hospitals
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Old Oak Common Set To Be HS2 London Terminus
Concern that this could overstretch local infrastructure until link with Euston opens
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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
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Stories from past W3 newsletters
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 Calendar
Ealing Summer Festivals Including Acton Carnival Cancelled
Latest events to be affected by Covid-19 pandemic
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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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Roadworks Ahead in Acton
Traffic delays likely due to road and lane closures
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Celebrations and Commemorations Postponed
40th West London Local History Conference to be delayed due to Coronavirus
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Acton
Engineering works ahead on local tube and train services
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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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London Mayoral and Assembly Election Postponed for a Year
Government makes announcement after Electoral Commission called for delay
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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 Acton Club For Young Disabled Women
Sports and activities 'Girls Win' at The Acton Centre every Wednesday
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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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Secret Cinema Seeks Permission for Two Month Takeover of Gunnersbury Park
Licensing and planning applications submitted
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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
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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Plan to Replace Gunnersbury Park Bowls Club with Mini Golf Course
Putt in the Park submit application
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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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Backlash Over 25-Storey 'Overdevelopment' On Bollo Lane
Residents and local MP slam TfL towers amid claims of poor public consultation
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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
 Community
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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