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LATEST - Union Suspend Strike Action At Acton High School
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Speeding Driver Who Killed Acton RAF Veteran Jailed
Derek Raynor hit on pedestrian crossing by car travelling at 60 mph
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Elizabeth Line Depot at Old Oak Common Goes Live
New 'green' depot to house and maintain 42 trains after line launches in December
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Switch of Ealing Broadway from District to Piccadilly Line Planned
Major reorganisation part of project to upgrade rolling stock on line
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Property Glut Looms as Demand for New Flats Disappears
Major developments in Acton appear to left with lots of unsold units
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Southfield Recreation Ground Playground to Be Extended
Proposed new equipment to include large trampoline
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Labour Consolidate Their Hold on Acton Wards
Single Councillor in Ealing Common Conservative's only representative in area
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Disappointment for All Parties in Ealing Borough Election
Labour increase majority but Conservative's worst fears not realised
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Crowdfunding Help Needed For Acton Charity
Your chance to win family membership to the area's newest gym
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The Toxic Caterpillars Are Back
New warning about the Oak processionary moth
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Local Football Club Seeks New Players
Children for the under 7s, 8s and 11s sought by Acton Ealing Whistlers
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Man From Acton Charged After Major Anti-Gang Operation
Ajamu Preddie detained during series of London-wide dawn raids
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The Story Of Gunnersbury Park
Book by Val Bott and James Wisdom will help visitors see the buildings and landscape in a new way
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Can You Help Get Acton Arts Centre Up and Running?
Community based group seeks local support in new bid
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Controversial Homebase Development Gets Approval
Scheme will see 16-storey tower block built on site of DIY store
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Local Road Retains Title of Nation's Most Congested
Peak delays on A406 from Chiswick Roundabout to Hanger Lane worst in UK
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Fears Raised Over Road Safety Near Acton Dairy
Businesses claim serious accident likely due to increase in HGV traffic
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Previously on
Stories from past W3 newsletters
Volunteer at Lovebox Festival and Get to See Headline Acts for Free
Organisers want local people to be part of the welcoming team at Gunnersbury Park
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Large Crowds Turn Out for School's Family Fun Day
Supporters of Derwentwater Primary take part in a host of activities
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Secret Cinema Event Gets the Go Ahead
Organisers assure residents over concerns about disruption and anti-social behaviour
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Crowds of Up To 40,000 Expected at Gunnersbury Park Events
Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Skepta and N.E.R.D among the acts set to appear this summer
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Carrie Reichardt Commissioned To Create Suffragette Sculpture
Amnesty International and arts festival celebrate women human rights defenders
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Talk To Someone
NHS in London supporting Mental Health Awareness week
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Swimming 100 Miles in Acton Pool for London Air Ambulance
Cyclist Nicky Defries was seriously hurt in road accident last year
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Nine Month Delay to Gunnersbury Avenue Roadworks
Power Road bridge project lane closures to continue until autumn 2018
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Junior Parkrun to Take Place on Sundays in Acton Park
Free 2k run every week for four to fourteen year olds
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Brightening The Face of Acton
Rachel Pepper from Artification on street art making an impact in W3
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What's On In Acton
All the latest events in and around W3
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Live Travel Updates for Acton
Information on what is happening on local roads and public transport
Actonians Netball Club Trials For The 2018/19 Season
Come along and try out for the teams
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The Rocket Hits New Heights
Acton's landmark pub introduces an inspired new team and an astonishingly good value à la carte menu
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West London Kitchens
Real kitchens for real families
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Acton's Aeronaut is Flying High Once More
London Fire Brigade among audience at reopening party
Two Houses Sell for Three Million on Perryn Road
Top end of market buoyant as demand for new flats disappears
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Marks & Spencer and Lidl Set to Be Oaks Anchor Tenants
Leader of Ealing Council announces that two new supermarkets coming to Acton
Free Business Training From Acton Charity
New Programme to help move into self-employment
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Acton Police Appeal For Help For New Teen Scheme
Hoping to build on success of previous engagement project
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Central Acton Neighbourhood Forum Needs You
Get involved in your local community
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New Skateboarding Facility Could Be Built in Acton Park
Have your say on proposals to create new skating area in W3
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'Significant' Delays Could Hit Acton Mainline Crossrail Services
Ealing Council leader Julian Bell 'furious' at 'shabby state of affairs'
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Concern Over Increasing Numbers Using Ealing Foodbank
New figures show those with low income relying on service
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Fix My Acton Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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