Food & Drink
The Bar in Church Road, Northolt, is the place to be on Friday night when rock outfit Rotten Hill Gang crash in.
The five piece who have worked with Mick Jones from The Clash and Hard Fi's Richard Archer will play from 9pm.
A budding writer who came top in a competition to teach youngsters to eat like a champ had the chance to meet dance champions Diversity.
Ten-year-old Afrin Islam of Stanhope Primary School, Greenford, beat 1,500 pupils up and down the country with her essay on healthy eating.
A new range of stalls has been introduced on a fledgling market to appease pedestrians and shopkeepers campaigning against it.
It is hoped the new products will encourage more shoppers to enjoy the new market that runs in Greenford Broadway on Mondays and Thursdays.
Families with young children aged two to four can become healthier, fitter and happier by signing up to a free 10-week food course.
Chocolate and Easter go hand in hand but two overweight friends have vowed to steer clear of the sweet stuff and shed the pounds before the tempting date - while raising cash for Help for Heroes.
Perivale pair Chris Sharp and Trevor Knight, who weigh 16st 8lb and 19st respectively, both made a new year's resolution last week to lose 2st by Easter Sunday, April 8.
A listed art deco pub in Northolt is set to be transformed into a restaurant in the next year.
The Greenwood pub, in Whitton Avenue West, was granted planning permission to turn the empty building into a restaurant with hotel facilities pending strict conditions to ensure it maintains and repairs its original 1930s features.