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It was big grins all round when pupils had the rare chance to not only see an Olympic Torch up close and personal but hold it as well.
Seven-year-old Kennedy Clarridge must have been the most popular girl in school when she invited her grandfather Roy Clarridge to show off his golden torch to her schoolmates.
A former nurse was remembered as an 'amazing' mother who dedicated her life to caring for others at her funeral service this week.
Mary Cotton, of Coniston Avenue, Perivale, died of heart failure on Wednesday last week, aged 82.
She moved from Galway, Ireland, to Dartford, Kent, to study nursing when she was 19 years old.
A dedicated couple who between them have written an autobiography and visited prisoners in war-torn Egypt will toast their golden wedding anniversary this week.
Marion and Christopher Sharp married 50 years ago on July 17 after meeting as teenagers at Ruislip Baptist Church in 1955.
A 38-year-old man was taken to hospital after a crash involving a motorbike and a car.
The collision happened near the Target Roundabout in Northolt causing long delays on the A40 into central London on Tuesday morning.
Dramatists with learning difficulties were thrilled to collect £3,000 after a team of determined students put themselves through a Dragons' Den-style grilling to secure the cash.
Impact Theatre, which plans to move to a new home in Perivale this autumn and seeks to empower people with learning difficulties through performing arts, was handed the donation last week.
Users of the borough's canals are being urged to help raise £10,000 to protect endangered water vole habitats.
New charity the Canal & River Trust is leading the campaign after taking over management of London's canals from the state-run British Waterways this week.
Police are on the hunt for two men allegedly involved in a racist rant on a Piccadilly line service towards Uxbridge.
British Transport Police have released CCTV images of two white suspects who targeted Asian and black passengers on April 23 between 6.35pm and 7.10pm.
Ealing North MP Steve Pound picked up the outstanding achievement award at this year's Charity Champion Awards, celebrating the positive side of politics.
MPs and peers voted for the Labour politician for more than 15 years supporting the Scout Association in Parliament.
Entrepreneur and school sponsor Sir Alec Reed helped put the final touches to a massive expansion of the West London Academy.
Building work to expand the primary and high school, in Compton Crescent, Northolt, began last autumn and is nearing completion.
Olympic fever is bubbling as another lucky group of Ealing students have been selected to cheer on athletes at the opening ceremony.
Eight youngsters from Horsenden Primary School, North Greenford, were chosen to join hundreds of patriotic schoolchildren at the Guard of Honour.