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Dismay from Residents Over Loss of Careline Service
Emergency alert system used in Ealing Borough's sheltered housing
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Man from Acton Charged with Spying for Russia
Bulgarian national sixth arrest in connection with investigation
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Boys Arrested after Break in at Gunnersbury Park
Capel Manor says that owl escaped and animals died during the incident
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Double Blow for Acton Pub Goers
Uncertainty over future of The Aeronaut as The Belvedere shuts
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Vehicles Scrapped Due to ULEZ to Be Sent to Ukraine
Consignment includes 50 decommissioned ambulances
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Central Middlesex Staff Member Convicted of Attacks on Colleagues
Matteo Bottarelli found guilty of attempted murder
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Read Easy Ealing
More than 14,000 people around the Ealing area struggle with reading. We’re here to help.
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Heathrow Airport to Publish Revised Strategy Shortly
Campaigners fear measures will be introduced to increase capacity
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Threat to Green Belt Recedes as Council Amends Draft Local Plan
41 sites no longer marked for development
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Ealing Council Reduces Garden Waste Service
Collections will now only be made for nine months a year
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Acton West London Wins at West London Business Awards
Chosen in Community Investment category
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Work to Resume on Making Northolt Tube Station Step-free
Design work will also be started on North Acton
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Local London Overground Service Now the Mildmay Line
Name chosen is of a hospital in Shoreditch specialising in HIV
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Ealing Council Sets Aside £150million to Buy Housing
Move justified by rising cost of accommodating the homeless
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Evicted Shipping Container Resident Says Council Doesn't Care
Paula Alexandru claims her family offered hotel room in Leeds
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Approval Sought for Gunnersbury Park Humanitarian Aid Memorial
Series of linked figures would be placed near Round Pond
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Churchfield Road Deli Licensed to Hold 'Supper Clubs'
NOCO faced opposition from neighbours concerned about noise
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Ealing Council Set to Start Fining Motorists for Idling
Opposition says changes not properly communicated to residents
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Cannabis Factory in Acton Busted in Dawn Raid
Local officers help confiscated over thirty plants
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Call out to help build West London’s LGBTQ+ Archives
With documents, pictures, or anything that could be donated to local collections
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Post Office Aims to Return to Acton High Street
Will be advertising opportunities for local shops to host counter
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Previously on ActonW3.com
Stories from past W3 newsletters
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The Italian Plumber
I’m gonna have the runs
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Taleisin Trio Returns to Acton Hill Church
The next concert in the Friends of Iris Axon Concert Series
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Acton
Strikes and engineering works ahead on local tube and train services
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Will Poulter Attends The Circle's First Birthday
Hollywood star has always supported local mental health safe space
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Booking Opens for the 43rd West London Local History Conference
By Hand and Eye will explore the work of the Arts and Crafts Movement
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Sci-Fi Exhibition at Gunnersbury Park 'Set to Stun'
Daleks spotted in front of museum ahead of opening
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Roadworks Ahead in the Acton Area
Traffic delays likely due to road and lane closures
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Acton Connect Project To Be Launched
Aims to provide free social activities for isolated people in the area
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New Recording of Joe Strummer's Acton Town Hall Gig to Be Released
Saw him reunited with Mick Jones of The Clash
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Women's Empowerment Support Group Launched in Acton
Boost your confidence and wellbeing at free sessions
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New Online Exhibition on the Golden Mile Launched
Gunnersbury Park Museum takes a look at the area's industrial past
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 Leisure
Fed and Watered Making Surprise Comeback
Churchfield Road venue reopening initially as a bar
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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 Schoolgirl Features in Hit Netflix Series
Olivia Brown plays a young witch in fantasy drama
 Property
Iranian Cultural Centre on Crown Street Gets Go Ahead
Planning committee approves scheme for nine storey building
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12-storey Dark Kitchen Tower Planned for North Acton
Building would contain 260 units with an estimated 1,200 staff
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Major Development Approved on Horn Lane
Jewsons site to include 15 storey tower and 185 flats
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Stamp Duty Frenzy Masks Acton House Price Uncertainty
Nearly a fifth of sales in second quarter were for over a million
 Community
Cleaning Up the Streets of South Acton
How a community initiative is making litter disappear from the area
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LAGER Can Smashes Its Record at Acton Fly-tip
11-tonnes of waste removed by local environmental volunteer group
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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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Acton Homeless Concern Helping Those In Hardship
A takeaway meal service available once a week thanks to community donations
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