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A HOUSE fire broke out and set next door alight in Greenford yesterday afternoon (Tuesday).
The Brigade was called to Fisher Close at 3pm, following 14 calls of a fire which started in the garage of the semi-detached property just two weeks after the owner had moved in.
HS2 Limited's announcement for tunnelling underneath the whole borough today is a huge victory for Ealing.
The decision follows months of campaigning and lobbying against original plans that could have seen hundreds of homes and businesses demolished to make way for the multi-billion high speed rail line between London and Birmingham.
FURTHER postal strikes are scheduled around the borough to try and save branches from being franchised.
Staff at Acton, Great Greenford, Northolt and Southall Crown offices will take action on Friday (19) from 2.30pm until close as part of a national movement on pay conditions, saving jobs and services.
DUE to popular demand a London drama school is coming to Greenford next month (May).
Perform Workshops are opening with Principal Lucy Quick and professional musical theatre actor Gareth Mitchell on May 10.
4th Greenford Scouts are holding a table, tombola and food sale on Saturday April 13.
It will be from 10.15am to 1.15pm outside the Methodist Church, Ruislip Road.
Come along and support your local Scout group and learn more about joining Scouts.
THE Grand Union Canal will be revitalised for the benefit of walkers, joggers, cyclists and boaters.
More than £650,000 is being invested in a green route stretching more than two miles along the popular towpath.
The Seven last Words on the Cross, an orchestral work with readings, will be held on Friday to celebrate Easter.
There are delays northbound on Church Road in Northolt between the White Hart Roundabout and the Bengarth Road junction due to an accident.
The London Ambulance Service were called to Church Road at 3.15 pm.
A 72-year-old man was being treated for back pain and taken to Ealing Hospital as a priority.
All lanes have been re-opened.
POLICE have arrested eight men in Northolt on suspicion of using a house in Plumpton Close as a crack den.
Officers from the Borough Support Unit went the property following a tip off from the public on January 8. They seized Class A and Class B drugs as well as a stolen iPhone and cash.
GUNMEN who stormed a bank in broad daylight, terrifying staff and making of with cash are being hunted by police.
The two raiders threatened staff with a handgun and a sawn-off shotgun in Barclays in Greenford Road, Greenford.