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Nearly 40,000 London NHS Staff Not Double-jabbed
Key worker shortages loom if not fully vaccinated by April
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30 Evacuated from Gunnersbury Lane Care Home Fire
Blaze believed to have been started by electrical fault
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56-storey Tower Just First Stage of One Portal Way Plan
Massive development could see creation of new town centre
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Mayor Urges Support for Rough Sleeping Campaign
Calls on Londoners to help contribute to ending homelessness in the capital
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Honorary Degree for Acton YouTube Trailblazer
University of West London recognises success of Jamal Edwards
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Prestigious Award for Action West London
Received for its role in developing Acton Street Market
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Twyford School Triumphs at Table Tennis
Win through in the Jack Petchey Schools Team Championships
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Fake Cop Who Operated in Acton Jailed
David Kerrigan burgled homes after showing false police ID
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Rupa Huq Teams Up With Matt Hancock To Make Politics Kinder
Rivals join forces to detoxify public debate
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New NHS Mental Health Service Launched for Young People
Best For You provides a patient-centred model of care
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Two Brothers Charged Over Park Royal Shootings
Both set to be accused of attempted murder after two men wounded
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Trio Sought After Racist Attack on Central Line
Train was travelling between Shepherd's Bush and Ealing Broadway
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No Last Minute Breakthrough in Tube Dispute
Strikes over Night Tube restart set to proceed this week
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Repairs To The Westway To Require Closures Until Next Summer
Maintenance work on the A40 will be at the weekends
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Gunnersbury Park Gets Support from Culture Recovery Fund
Successfully bids for grant of latest round of funding
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East Acton Platform Closure Extended
Poorer than expected condition of station means works continue until May 2022
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Business and Shops Urged To Open Up Their Toilets
Report on World Toilet Days shows that many struggle to find accessible facilities
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Mayor Warns That Tube, Bus and Cycle Schemes Face Cuts
Says transport network will be in a state of managed decline without funding
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Perryn Road Man Jailed for Assaulting PSCO
Officer had detained him for dealing drugs in Chiswick
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Night Tube Dispute Threatens Christmas Chaos
RMT union says it is planning weekend strikes which will affect regular services
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Six Missing Dogs All Home Safe and Well
Were in back of stolen dog walker's van stolen in East Acton
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Ealing Council Chief Executive Stepping Down
Paul Najsarek 'moving on to new challenges' after six years
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Woman Rescued from Burning House in Acton
Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus enter building in Myrtle Road
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Council Confirms Stirling Road Tip Closure Date
Recycling centre to shut permanently later this month
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National Award for Hammersmith Hospital Team
Haematologists praised for their work to combat myeloma
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E-scooter Rental Surges After ULEZ Expansion
Three operators report a 30% increase in new users
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Consultation Being Held About Online GP Services
Local NHS commissioning group wants to hear your views
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COP26 Net Zero Award for Acton Based Company
VMI.TV lauded for actions taken to cut its greenhouse gas emissions
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Call for Local Volunteers for COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Study
Trial to determine if single injection provides broad immune response
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Man from Acton Made Nearly 500 Abusive 999 Calls
Petras Narbutas given conditional discharge
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Home Delivery Boom 'Becoming Unmanageable' Report Warns
Online shoppers need to change behaviour to protect environment
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Leonardo DiCaprio's Favourite Sport Coming To Gunnersbury Park
Pickleball being introduced at the Sports Hub
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TV Presenter Leads Criticism of Friary Park Plans
Sean Fletcher questions why flats are being marketed in Middle and Far East
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Severe Traffic in the Area Due To Gypsy Corner Demo
A40 in North Acton leading to tailbacks along the Westway
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Green Light for Redevelopment of Kwik Fit Site on the Vale
Three blocks of up to eight storeys to be built including 64 flats
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Gunnersbury Car Park Charges Introduction Delayed Again
Management now says they will start in November at the earliest
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Disabled Acton Resident 'Trapped in Home' By Fly-tipping
Housing Association criticised for taking over ten days to act
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Floods Force South Acton Children's Centre to Close
Parts of the building still out of action after heavy rain
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Kitten Falls 30 Feet Down Chimney in Askew Road
White Persian Luna escapes miraculously unhurt from her ordeal
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W4 Based Doctors' Surgery Moving To Acton
Chiswick Family Practice will be based on Bollo Bridge Road
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MP Welcomes 11-year-old Afghan Refugee to West Acton
Arash Mehran escaped from Kabul during Taliban takeover
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Plans Submitted For Bollo Lane Tower Blocks
Buildings up to 12 storeys high would be situated between level crossings
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Preparing For Christmas At The Covent Garden Fishmongers
If it swims, we can supply it
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Welcome To Promised Care Ltd
Careworkers to provide live-in and live-out care to private clients
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North Acton Gears Up To Host Christmas Market
More than 20 traders will be providing street food, crafts and gifts with live music
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The Iris Axon Concert Series Continues
Poppy Beddoe returns to play much-loved Lieder on the clarinet
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Questors Choir Holding Christmas Concert
Programme ranges from Bach to George Michael
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December Listings for Gunnersbury Park & Museum
Exhibitions, special performance of The Snowman and Christmas Crafternoons
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Community Film Festival Held in North Acton
The TV and cinema history of the Island Triangle area is celebrated
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Artists Based at South Acton Youth Centre To Feature in Exhibition
Bollo Studios to curate event at the Pitzhanger Gallery
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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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Lights, Camera, Act One is Underway!
Acton's brand new cinema and community arts hub has opened its doors
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W3 Gallery Getting Set To Reopen
High Street exhibition space relaunches with a show entitled Gather
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Women of Acton Walk Sees Increasing Numbers
Police officers latest to join the attempt to highlight public safety issues
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Southfield Ward Monthly Advice Sessions Resume
Councillors will be on hand to give in-person assistance
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Night Tube Set To Return in November
Service being reintroduced initially on Central and Victoria Lines
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New Market Planned for North Acton
Pavilion Plant + Art Market to be held on fourth Saturday of the month
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Acton Resident Starring in Lyric Theatre Play
Wes Bazonga performing in Heart of Hammersmith
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Free Activities Offered in Local Parks This Summer
ParkPlay will be taking place on Saturdays across Ealing Borough
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Katie Melua Visits Emmaus House
International pop star is making a radio series about homelessness
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Acton Community Online Dance Project
Descendants' host new classes to get young people moving
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Volunteers Needed for the Southfield Ward Police Panel
Councillor Andrew Steed urges residents to put their name forward
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Local Over Fifties Fitness Group Make Fundraising Video
Spritely Fitness use Kylie song to raise money for Crisis
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Volunteer Drive at Acton Gardens Community Centre
Interested in taking up an exciting and rewarding role
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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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What's On In Acton
All the latest events in and around W3
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It Shouldn't Happen To A Plumber
The Italian Plumber: A Christmas Tale -Daddy, is Father Christmas real?
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Acton Councillor Turns Lockdown Chef
Liberal Democrat Gary Malcolm shares cost cutting recipes
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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
Stamp Duty Frenzy Masks Acton House Price Uncertainty
Nearly a fifth of sales in second quarter were for over a million
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Flat Sales Slump Drives Average Acton Home Price To New High
Potential supply glut causes anxiety for buyers in the W3 area
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Green Light for Massive Bollo Lane Development
Ten towers including one of 25-storeys will dominate local skyline
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Quality of New Stock 'Should Allay Fears' of Acton Property Glut
Agent says new units better sited than recently completed developments
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People Want To Be Heard on Bollo Lane Ten Towers Scheme
Cllr Gary Malcolm says his constituents believe planning process is a sham
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Developer Seeks Increase in Height of Bollo Lane Tower
Wants to increase Roslin Road building to 15 storeys
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Massive Development Planned at Ealing Common Depot
TfL says Ealing Council have agreed 800 flats could be built on the site
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Council Approves 36 Storey Skyscraper in Acton
The Portal on Wales Farm Road will contain 350 flats
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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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55 Storey Skyscraper Approved for North Acton
MP blasts 'presumption to build' after Portal Way tower blocks get go-ahead
 Community
TSB To Close Acton High Street Branch
One of 164 to be shut across its network nationally
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Shop Local and Help Acton Businesses
Profile of Churchfield Road's ''Tea Darling"
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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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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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Residents Groups Unconvinced By Ealing's New Planning Policy
Consultation period extended but guidance on methods of informing residents ignored
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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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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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Soapsud Island's Dirty Secrets Revealed
New book uncovers the harsh conditions in local laundries of the last century
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