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Stanhope Primary School has been placed in special measures after failing every aspect of its latest Ofsted inspection.
Inspectors found teaching, pupils' achievement, behaviour and leadership at the school all 'inadequate' - the lowest possible rating - following a two-day inspection in May.
A family fun day celebrating plans to rebuild a run-down estate hopes to bring its residents together this weekend.
Friends and family living on Rectory Park Estate, in Ruislip Road, Northolt, will enjoy a bumper day of activities on Saturday (28) with music, face painting, karaoke, balloon modelling, Zumba dancing and a mini Olympic Games tournament.
Dedicated pupils who did not miss a single day of school this year were awarded with brand new bicycles.
With the help of conscientious parents - and a touch of luck to not fall ill during term time - 34 studious children picked up their shiny new wheels last Friday.
Tired residents are finally getting a good night's sleep after the council stepped in to reduce bad vibrations from large lorries charging down a main road.
Households in Greenford Road, between Greenford Roundabout and the railway bridge, have endured years of sleepless nights caused by heavy lorries pounding the road.
Proud Ealing torchbearers say they are 'flabbergasted' and 'honoured' to take part in the Olympic relay when it reaches the borough next week.
A rapturous reception is expected as the flame is carried from the highest mount in Northala Fields, in Northolt, and travels through the hearts of Southall, Hanwell and West Ealing, arriving at Ealing town centre on Tuesday evening (27).
A water-bound operatic spectacle based on the enchanting poem The Owl and the Pussycat sails into Greenford this weekend.
Produced by the Royal Opera House, the free 35-minute opera performance is making its way around the capital's canals as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Prospective students got a peek at a scale model of Greenford's new £19million high school.
Year six pupils from Horsenden and Oldfield primary schools checked out the plans and new school uniforms for the William Perkin Church of England High School.
This is the weathered face of a baby kitten who was stuck in a drain pipe for six days before being rescued.
The nine-week old black-and-white cat disappeared down a toilet last Tuesday (July 10) at an empty shop in Greenford.
Campaigners fighting against HS2 took their plight to the Houses of Parliament as MPs stalled a decision on compensation plans.
Members of North Ealing Against HS2 braved the rain on Monday afternoon (16) to join 300 protestors affected up and down the London to Birmingham route.
A business college will bring new higher education opportunities for students and school-leavers in Greenford when it opens this autumn.
The Greenwich School of Management has been granted planning permission to open a new campus at the former GlaxoSmithKline HQ offices in Greenford Road, Greenford.