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.
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.
More than 20 years after he splashed onto the front page of the Ealing Leader with his catch, a keen angler caught this big fish - weighing a hefty 64lbs 14oz.
Lewis Daneshi, 26, has always had a love of fishing, but was gobsmacked when he reeled this carp in.
Aged three, Lewis graced the front pages back in 1989, after he helped angler Hoy Pearman land a 3.5lb carp in Gunnersbury Park.
After several decades, thousands of pints and bags of memories, last orders were finally called at the Red Lion.
The pub, one of the oldest landmarks in Greenford Broadway, closed after an emotional farewell party on Friday (10).
One year on from the Ealing riots, community figureheads have got together to put on a varied programme of free summer events for young people.
Conscientious adults in Greenford have been determined to engage with bored youngsters, some of whom were caught up in last August's disorder.
Nearly 4,000 children and adults came out to get stuck into some good old fashion play at a family fun day.
Families enjoyed a carousel, bouncy castle, army assault course, and giant inflatable slide in Rectory Park, Northolt, yesterday (01).
by Hannah Pupkewitz
Two young rabbits are in need of a new home after being abandoned near a bus stop on a busy road.
The lionhead crossbreeds - a white female named April and a black female named May - were rescued by staff from Mandeville Veterinary Hospital on July 19.
Tonight's London 2012 opening ceremony will see one Ealing resident fulfil a dream she thought had passed her by.
While most of us will have to watch events from the comfort of our armchair, 53-year-old mother of two Christine O'Connor will be at the Olympic Stadium as one of the few with the honour of performing the choreography of Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle.
After hosting the Olympic Torch this week, Ealing's newest and most iconic park is under the spotlight again after scooping a Green Flag award.
Northala Fields, in Northolt, has been recognised as one of the best parks and green spaces in the country along with Acton Park.