Acclaimed photographer to lead Ealing gallery tour

Ealing Times: Pare excellence: example of the photographer's work

10:58am Thursday 17th April 2014

BRITISH architecture photographer Richard Pare will guide visitors through an exhibition of his work at Ealing’s Pitzhanger Manor on Saturday, April 26.

Unsightly legacy of those who abuse our West London waterway

Ealing Times: Ugly: rubbish clogging the canal, as witnessed by Gini Moore

4:56pm Sunday 13th April 2014

EALING Times reader Gini Moore, a regular cyclist along the Grand Union Canal towpathy, was so disgusted with the amount of litter she saw on a recent ride into London that she sent a series of photos to us, to highlight the problem.

Apprenticeships are way forward, says Ealing MP

Ealing Times: Ways into work: Angie Bray with a visitor

4:42pm Sunday 13th April 2014

HUNDREDS of aspiring apprentices attended the Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College apprenticeship fair, supported by Ealing Central and Acton MP Angie Bray.

Ealing toddler and baby music group nominated for award

Ealing Times: Music to her ears: Sofia with a young listener

11:35am Saturday 12th April 2014

AN Ealing toddler and baby music group has been nominated for the What’s On 4 2014 Junior Awards.

BBC man from Ealing tackles marathon in aid of Just a Drop

Ealing Times: Second time round: Stephen Sackur

10:59am Saturday 12th April 2014

AN Ealing man and BBC television journalist is running the London Marathon for the second time.

TV team looking for Ealing step-families

Ealing Times: TV team looking for Ealing step-families

8:28am Thursday 10th April 2014

A TV documentary team making a programme for Channel 4 about step families is looking for Ealing families who would like to take part

New Ealing radio station links dance with good causes

Ealing Times: New Ealing radio station links dance with good causes

8:17pm Friday 4th April 2014

A NEW concept radio station has started in Ealing, fusing charity and music culture.

University of West London 'contributing £60m to Ealing economy'

Ealing Times: Jobs bonus: UWL provides 1,250 jobs in Ealing, says the report

8:59am Friday 4th April 2014

EALING’s economy benefited by £60m and 1,250 jobs from the University of West London, according to a report.

Ealing Hospital agency workers renew strike action over pay

Ealing Times: Picket line: Striking Medirest staff outside Ealing Hospital

8:49am Friday 4th April 2014

EALING Hospital workers employed by an outside agency are striking from today (Friday) in a dispute over working conditions – for the third time in two months.

Ealing apprentices sleep rough to raise cash for homeless

Ealing Times: Cheque us out: apprentices hand over their cash

8:39am Friday 4th April 2014

A CHARITY for homeless young people in Northolt received a cheque for more than £2,500 as part of the annual fund-raising efforts of Ealing Council apprentices.

Did you see Cailey-Anne in Acton on Saturday?

Ealing Times: Cailey-Anne, from CCTV footage: can you help?

5:24pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

NEW images of a girl who has been missing from her home for a week were released today.

New scheme rewards eco-friendly Ealing residents

Ealing Times: Green team: council leader Julian Bell, left, with, Rob Crumbie, of Greenredeem

5:10pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

A REWARDS scheme for eco-friendly Ealing residents is now in operation after a launch event at Pitzhanger Manor this week.

Night of theatre at Grange pub, Ealing Common, to help Crohns sufferers

Ealing Times: Join the artists and performers at The Grange in May

4:59pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

THE Grange pub in Warwick Road, Ealing Common, is hosting a charity cabaret night on Friday, May 16, to raise money for Crohns and Colitis UK.

Talented Ealing student wins National Geographic photo contest

Ealing Times: In focus: Jonathan's photo of the Colour Run

4:52pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

A STUDENT from Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College is the winner of National Geographic Traveller UK’s third annual photography competition at the Telegraph Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show.

Ealing's roads, pavements to get £5.5m repairs boost

Ealing Times: Ealing's roads, pavements to get £4.6m repairs boost

8:40pm Monday 31st March 2014

ROADS and pavements across Ealing are to have £5.5m spent on them in the coming year.

Northfields mum nominated for MAD blog award

Ealing Times: Red carpet awaits: this was a scene from the 2013 ceremony

5:14pm Sunday 30th March 2014

AN Ealing mum of twin boys is celebrating after reaching the finals of national blogging award, MAD.

Ealing Hour helping thousands connect on twitter

Ealing Times: Ealing Hour helping thousands connect on twitter

10:15pm Friday 28th March 2014

IT all started with a conversation between Amy Calver, of Clarence and Alabama Vintage Inspired Dresses (@clarence_alabam), and Carlene Bender, of Contact Us Ealing Magazine (@ContactusEaling).

Greenford woman's husky sled raises £3,000 for heart condition support group

Ealing Times: Snow challenge: Tina and her sled in Finland

7:04am Saturday 29th March 2014

A GREENFORD mother of two, who suffers from a serious heart condition, has raised an astonishing £3,258 in a demanding husky sledding expedition.

Hanwell Hootie back at six venues

Ealing Times: Hanwell Hootie back at six venues

10:21pm Friday 28th March 2014

THE Hanwell Hootie festival will be running for the second year on Saturday, April 5.

Ealing guitarist's new teaching app helps learners find right notes

Ealing Times: Help on the phone: Stuart Bahn has an app to help those learning the guitar

10:44am Friday 28th March 2014

AN Ealing guitarist is forging a new path in music tuition with an innovative phone application.

Ealing girls-only school appoints new head

Ealing Times: New leader: Rachel Kruger with pupils (from left) Oliwia Lis, Lina Yagoub and Georgia Wallhead

10:37am Friday 28th March 2014

EALING’S only state-funded girls’ school is celebrating the appointment of a new head teacher.

Can you help trace Ealing war hero Kenneth Gratton?

Ealing Times: Mosquito: famous World War Two plane in which Kenneth Gratton flew

8:47am Friday 28th March 2014

AVIATION writer Andrew Bird is appealing to Ealing Times readers to help trace relatives of Flying Officer Kenneth Gratton, who was flying de Havilland Mosquitoes with 235 Squadron in June and early July 1944.

Former pupils help Featherstone High leavers prepare for world of work

Ealing Times: Future First helps schools connect with alumni

7:55pm Monday 24th March 2014

A SOUTHALL school is encouraging ex-pupils to sign up to a national scheme aimed at improving job prospects for those in state education.

Everest next stop for Hanwell's mountain-climbing grandfather

Ealing Times: Peak of condition: Andy James atop Kilimanjaro with his grand-daughter's teddy bear

4:11pm Saturday 22nd March 2014

A HANWELL man is about to take on Mount Everest in his biggest challenge yet.

Your views needed on bus stop improvements at Haven Green

Ealing Times: Changes are planned for bus stops around Haven Green, Ealing Broadway

6:29am Saturday 22nd March 2014

EALING people are being asked their opinions on proposed changes to some of the borough’s bus routes.

Ealing College fair aimed at advising young apprentices

Ealing Times: Carla Higgins: a new skill learned every day

5:56pm Friday 21st March 2014

EALING, Hammersmith and West London College is hosting an apprenticeship fair on the Acton campus on Friday, April 4, with support from Ealing Central and Acton MP Angie Bray.

Ealing Broadway post office now open on Sundays

Ealing Times: Ealing Broadway post office now open on Sundays

5:16pm Friday 21st March 2014

THE post office in W H Smith, Ealing Broadway, will now be opening on Sundays as part of a plan to make services more easily accessible to customers.

Halfords Ealing to send unwanted bikes to Africa

Ealing Times: Make a difference: take that old, unwanted bike to Halfords in Ealing Broadway

5:08pm Friday 21st March 2014

HALFORDS have launched a new scheme in which people can get rid of their old bikes while changing the life of somebody less fortunate.

Third Ealing Half Marathon will have 6,000 runners

Ealing Times: On your marks: runners prepare to set off last September

12:13pm Friday 21st March 2014

THE Ealing Half Marathon returns on September 28 with 6,000 runners hitting the streets.

Warren Farm: judge rules against Hanwell Community Forum

Ealing Times: Warren Farm: judge rules against Hanwell Community Forum

3:58pm Thursday 20th March 2014

NEWS that a High Court judge has rejected an application for a judicial review of the multi-million pound redevelopment of Warren Farm sports ground, Southall, is being welcomed at Ealing Town Hall.

New homes ready for release in Ealing new-build programme

Ealing Times: Ready for take-up: Cllr Tailor at one of the new homes in Acton

10:11am Thursday 20th March 2014

THE finishing touches are being put to the latest homes to be built as part of Ealing Council’s £22.7m new-build programme.

Pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000

Ealing Times: Pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000

10:02am Thursday 20th March 2014

ONE lucky borough resident could win £25,000 just by paying his or her council tax by direct debit.

Southall importer fined after dangerous toys are seized and tested

Ealing Times: Pushchair danger: fingers could have become trapped

9:52am Thursday 20th March 2014

AN importer was fined for selling dangerous toys following a joint operation led by Ealing Council with trading standards officers from across London.

Speakers to outline threat to Ealing health services

Ealing Times: Speakers to outline threat to Ealing health services

8:33am Thursday 20th March 2014

EALING residents are invited to hear about the future of their health services at a meeting next week.

Tropical paradise - or just a bunny hop away from home?

Ealing Times: Totally tropical: or maybe a familiar landscape?

3:16pm Tuesday 18th March 2014

YOU could be excused for thinking you were looking at pictures of a tropical paradise – yet something rather prominent gives away the secret of these Spring photographs, taken last weekend.

Ealing's do$h scheme aims to help us get household sums right

Ealing Times: Mentors on parade: the mayoress presents certificates to those who have qualified

8:44am Wednesday 19th March 2014

A NEW project to help the financially vulnerable with their debts, overdrafts and savings has been launched in Ealing.

Health support workers strike at Ealing Hospital

Ealing Times: Picket line: Striking Medirest staff outside Ealing Hospital

9:46pm Monday 17th March 2014

HEALTH support workers are striking over pay at Ealing Hospital.

Southall fitness centre open day to mark £500,000 upgrade

Ealing Times: Southall fitness centre open day to mark £500,000 upgrade

10:10pm Monday 17th March 2014

EVERYONE Active Southall Sports Centre is hosting a free open day for the community on Saturday to celebrate completion of £500,000 of improvement work.

Ealing College responds to alarm over '£4.1m hole' found in accounts

Ealing Times: Protest site: action is planned at the college's four campuses

9:55am Friday 14th March 2014

A FRAUD investigation is being demanded at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College after auditors discovered a £4.1m shortcoming in its finances.

Acton author's advice to young writers: You have to love what you're doing

Ealing Times: Philip Webb: second novel

5:23pm Friday 14th March 2014

ACTON author Philip Webb’s second novel, Where the Rock Splits the Sky, is now published by Chicken House. It is a science-fiction thriller for teenagers, set in future Mid-West America.

Hurry down to Westfield if you want to see the FIFA World Cup

Ealing Times: See the World Cup - but you've only got till 9pm

10:12am Friday 14th March 2014

AS part of its journey around the world, the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour will be visiting Westfield shopping centre at Shepherds Bush today (Friday).

Robert Dyas to open at Ealing Broadway shopping centre - Dragons Den star Theo to perform official opening

Ealing Times: Enter the Dragon: Theo Paphitis will perform official opening

9:39pm Thursday 13th March 2014

HOMEWARE specialist Robert Dyas is opening a new store at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.

Ealing nurse plays key role in Marie Curie gardens initiative

Ealing Times: Face of a campaign: Ealing nurse Olive Hoare

2:56pm Friday 14th March 2014

AN Ealing nurse launched The Garden Centre Group’s first national charity partnership this week, with Marie Curie being chosen in a staff vote.

Ealing woman's campaign honoured at tumour partnership launch

Ealing Times: Westminster guest: Wendy Fulcher

1:24pm Friday 14th March 2014

AN Ealing widow attended a reception in Westminster to celebrate the launch of three partnerships, set up by the charity Brain Tumour Research.

Greenford commuters closer to step-free access

Ealing Times: Goodbye to the last remaining wooden escalator on the Tube network

9:35am Friday 14th March 2014

COMMUTERS are a step closer to seeing innovative step-free technology at Greenford Tube station after its new escalator was unveiled.

Ealing's Beaufort Players to perform Shaffer production

Ealing Times: Leading lights: the cast (and friend) of Lettice and Lovage

8:40am Friday 14th March 2014

ACCLAIMED amateur theatre group the Beaufort Players will be performing the comedy Lettice and Lovage from March 27-29.

Five Ealing food outlets temporarily closed after 'disgusting' conditions discovered in health checks

Ealing Times: Snapshot of the floor at Palm Palace when inspectors visited

10:53am Wednesday 12th March 2014

MICE nesting among food boxes, a cockroach found in a takeaway meal and crockery ‘washed’ in filthy water were just a few of the horrors food hygiene inspectors dealt with in Ealing borough last month.

Summer's coming - with Ealing's festival season. All the dates

Ealing Times: Summer's coming: the festival season is looming

8:58am Wednesday 12th March 2014

THE countdown is on for Ealing Summer Festivals 2014, with the event dates announced this week.

Cash bonus to help Ealing create its cycling 'mini-Holland'

Ealing Times: Cycle enthusiasts: council leader Julian Bell, right, and cabinet colleague Bassam Mahfouz

8:38am Wednesday 12th March 2014

EALING was named as one of eight boroughs to receive funding from Transport for London as part of the Mayor’s Mini-Holland initiative.

Hanwell boy cast in West End show The Bodyguard

Ealing Times: Chiesa: West End actor at just 13

8:22am Wednesday 12th March 2014

A HANWELL boy made his West End debut on Monday in the award-winning production of The Bodyguard.

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