Massive Fine for Waldegrave Road Planning Breaches
Rogue landlord sent ringer to hearings to delay judgement
Lammas Park Road Residents in Despair Over Diversion
Thames Water redirecting traffic down street for third time
Council Seeks Views on New Live West Ealing Proposals
Part of Â£8.6 million scheme aiming to make area safer and healthier
Surprise u-turn by Ealing Council as it now plans to designate rewilded Warren Farm as local nature reserve
Ealing Council has told residents that it will no longer build on rewilded Warren Farm and following a long standing battle with residents and campaigners will designate the land as a local nature reserve. Labour-run Ealing Council has fought with Warren Farm Nature Reserve campaigners over recent y...
Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Ealing
Local tube and train services hit by engineering works and strikes
Northolt Nursery Downgraded to 'Inadequate' by Ofsted
Happy Kids found to provide 'noisy and chaotic learning environment'
Former Unilever CEO Paul Polman talks sustainability at Ealing’s University of West London
The former CEO of global consumer goods company Unilever Paul Polman and who is now a climate and equality campaigner has given a public lecture of his best selling book Net Positive, How Courageous Companies Thrive by Giving More than They Take at Ealing’s University of West London (UWL). As wel...
The Felix Project gets Access to Easter eggs
Access Self Storage has teamed up with Acton-based food redistribution charity The Felix Project to launch its annual Easter egg campaign which starts on 1 March 2024. Access, which operates three branches in Acton, Hanwell and West Ealing, is appealing to locals to donate Easter eggs at its branche...
Maggot Infestation Capped 18 Years of Issues with Ealing Home
Resident camps in housing association office in protest
Eight-Year-Old Boy Killed on Way to Gurdwara
Hit by lorry in King Street in Southall
Roadworks Ahead in The Ealing Area
Traffic likely delays as a result of lane and road closures
Nature Campaigners Welcome New Warren Farm Strategy
Sports facilities would now be built on adjacent site
Growing Concern for Missing Greenford Man
Pete Boon has not been seen for over three weeks
Local anger over HS2 plans that could see Old Oak Common Lane in Acton closed for up to four years
Residents living next to work being done on building Old Oak Common station and the HS2 high-speed railway are shocked that HS2 is said to be considering closing Old Oak Common Lane in Acton for up to four years. HS2 told EALING.NEWS that work will need to be done to: “build new rail bridges, an...
Every vote counts at Southall Community College event with local MP Virendra Sharma
Ealing Southall MP Virendra Sharma was the guest speaker at an event to encourage people to be registered to vote. West London College, in partnership with West London Citizens hosted a voter registration event at its Southall Community College as part of this week’s Colleges Week. Mr Sharma spoke...
Acton man charged with mobile phone and ID theft in south London
A man from Acton is among four men who have been charged with mobile phone and ID theft and fraud in south London following an investigation by Southwark police. Nazih Cheraitia, 33 of Wales Farm Rd W3 was charged with conspiracy to dishonestly receive stolen goods and conspiracy to commit fraud b...
Emily starts to bore from Old Oak Common to Greenford
A tunnel boring machine (TBM) for high-speed railway HS2 has started its journey to Greenpark Way in Greenford from Old Oak Common station in Acton. TBM Emily is named after Emily Sophia Taylor who as well as being Ealing’s first female mayor in 1938 was instrumental in setting up Perivale Materni...
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Boys Arrested after Break in at Gunnersbury Park
Capel Manor says that owl escaped and animals died during the incident
Man from Acton charged with alleged spying for Russia
A 37-year-old man from Acton is the sixth person to have been charged for alleged spying offences connected with Russia. Metropolitan Police have revealed that it has charged Bulgarian Tihomir Ivanov Ivanchev with “conspiring to collect information intended to be directly or indirectly useful to a...