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The mother of a murdered son, the survivor of a Serbian concentration camp and Ealing's police chief united to discuss the importance of forgiveness.
Vanessa Hyman (pictured) has lead a strong campaign against gun and knife crime following the brutal murder of her son, Anton in 2004. The 17-year-old was shot, beaten and stabbed in a random attack near the River Brent in Greenford. His killers were never found.
Glorious flames lit up the night's sky as Ealing's Jubilee beacon was lit on top of Horsenden Hill on Monday evening (08).
Hundreds of guests and scouts climbed to the summit to enjoy a hilltop barbecue in Greenford and fantastic views right across the borough.
Pupils from Northolt have been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cheer on the world's greatest athletes as they enter the Olympic Park.
Eight students from West London Academy, in Bengarth Road, will wave banners and lanterns in a guard of honour as athletes enter the Olympic stadium for the opening ceremony on July 27.
Construction company Kier has clinched the deal to build Greenford's £18.95million new high school.
North Ealing Church of England Academy, established by Twyford CE High and London Diocesan Board for Schools, will be home to 1,200 pupils aged 11 to 16 when full, with a 250-place sixth form and a centre for children with special educational needs.
A new royal romance emerged this weekend when a young king and queen were crowned at a glorious jubilee tea party.
Emily Fitzmaurice and Zack Baldry, both four years old, won the regal fancy dress competition on Saturday (26) at their nursery group's Diamond Jubilee fun day.
The Canal and River Trust is asking cyclists to slow down so all users can enjoy the waterside walks along towpaths.
The trust will take over from British Waterways as guardians of London's waterways this summer and this week launched Share the Space, Drop your Pace campaign.
A pensioner has praised the kindness of the emergency services who came to her aid after her microwave exploded.
Charlotte McLean, who lives off Eastcote Lane, Northolt, thanked police and firefighters after the frightening incident last week.
Shoppers were evacuated after a fire broke out in Greenford Broadway caused by a ruptured underground gas main.
Two fire engines carrying 10 firefighters were called after the explosion in Ruislip Road East near the junction with Greenford Road at 12pm on Wednesday.
A new Greenford-based charity helping Muslim women escape domestic violence and Ealing Mencap's band I Love Thunder were won of five winners in this year's Barclays Ealing Gazette Let's Do It Awards.
There are dozens of charities doing excellent work around Ealing, many of who competed for extra cash and expertise in our annual charity awards.
Scouts will march to the top of Horsenden Hill to light a beacon and illuminate the night sky in a glorious celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The beacon will be lit by Northolt and Perivale scouts with a chain of more than 4,000 others up and down the country at dusk on Monday, June 4.