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Four More Days of Strikes Planned By Bus Drivers
Current industrial action could extend through spring and summer
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No Hammersmith Bridge Ferry Until Summer at the Earliest
Two bids submitted but operators want more time to prepare
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Man Charged in Connection with Stabbing on The Vale
Daniel Haisley remanded in custody to face charge of wounding
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Covid-19 Infection Rates Remain High in Parts of Borough
Sharp fall in cases in Fulham but increases seen in Shepherd's Bush and Hammersmith
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Local Private Schools Step Up During Lockdown
Latymer and St. Paul's providing free tuition to local state school children
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Local Bus Services To Be Hit By Industrial Action
Strike taking place over three days on a number of routes in the area
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West London Orbital Scheme 'Still on Track'
Funding constraints at TfL main obstacle to delivering the project
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Stamp Duty Cliff Edge Could Hit W12 Market Hard
Agents fear already low activity will grind to a halt if full levy restored
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Mayor Will Underwrite Police Numbers if Re-elected
Sadiq Khan promises an extra £30 million to plug funding gap
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Hammersmith Bridge Lit Up With Valentine's Message
Residents say they are broken hearted over lack of action
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Two Thirds of Londoners 'Want Mayoral Vote To Be By Post'
Survey suggests support for abandoning in person voting in May election
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Bus Drivers To Strike Over '£2,500 a Year Pay Cut'
New arrangement would mean staff would not be paid during breaks
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Mixed Reaction To Government's Cladding Announcement
Sadiq Khan says it is shameful some homeowners will still pay for removal
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Public Consultation Begins on Putting CCTV in Taxis
TfL considering making cameras mandatory in black cabs and minicabs
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Council Tenants in Hammersmith & Fulham Face Rent Rise
Councillor says tenant and residents' groups 'content' with increase
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Key Workers May Be Exempt from Proposed Boundary Charge
£3.50 fee to enter greater London would aim to cover TfL deficit
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More Than One Million Londoners Have Had Vaccine
Target remains to give jab to all vulnerable groups by mid-February
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Shepherd's Bush Road Homeless Hostel Given Consent
Opposition from some residents fails to block St. Mungo's plan
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'Sherlock-Style Forensic Focus' Needed for Crossrail
Report urges Mayor better manage risks to avoid further delays
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Man Sought After Car Driven at Police Officer in Shepherd's Bush
Christopher Coleman wanted in connection with incident at petrol station
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Dentist on Askew Road Censured by Regulator
The Dental Centre found deficient in patient safety and management
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TfL Asking Staff in SA Variant Hit Areas To Come to Work
Union says directive goes against government advice
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Ex-Princeton Student Convicted of White City Rape
Paulo Kretteis wore his university top during Bentworth Road attack
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Concern Raised for Future of Borough Archives
Notice appears on council's web site suggesting they may be moved
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Dawn Raid on Greenside Road Finds Cocaine and Cash
Two men charged with dealing Class A drugs
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Covid Admissions Reach Nearly 500 at Local Hospital Trust
Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals adapt quickly to increase capacity
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Huge Victoria Road Crossover Box Being Put in Place
Structure will allow HS2 trains to switch tracks underground
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Time To Stop Protecting the Murderers of Alexander Kareem
Family make renewed call for justice for man gunned down in Shepherd's Bush
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H&F Council Tax To Rise By Five Per Cent
Most of the increase will be used for adult social care services
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Hammersmith & Fulham Bin Men in Holiday Entitlement Row
Serco refusing to allow leave missed during pandemic to be rolled over
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NHS Campaign Group Describes Vaccine Roll Out as Chaotic
Local NHS one of slowest in the country in getting jabs to over eighties
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Backlash Against Council Introduction of Wheelie Bins
Resident describes them as intrusive and unnecessary
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Covid-19 Infection Rates Fall Across Shepherd's Bush
Despite decline in positive tests prevalence of virus remains high
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Affordable Flats To Be Built on Wood Lane Car Park Site
142 units to be developed in site at next to Television Centre
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Number of Children At Local School Raised in Parliament
MP says Wendell Park Primary attendance shows we have lockdown in name only
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New White City School To Be Part of Housing Development
Six blocks to be built on site of Ark Swift Primary
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Jogger Stopped on Thames Path for 'Breathing Heavily'
Covid marshals warn man running near Hammersmith Bridge
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Thousands Vaccinated Already in Hammersmith & Fulham
Elderly first in the queue for jabs as they look forward to normality returning
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Stress on Local Teachers Currently 'Unacceptable'
Hammersmith Academy head blasts government last minute policy switches
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'Tidal Wave' of New Covid Patients Since Start of Year
Sharp increase in admissions in latest week for local hospitals
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Fire Breaks Out in Block of Flats in Shepherd's Bush
Forty firefighters tackle blaze at corner of Goldhawk Road and Hammersmith Grove
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Senior NHS Doctor Says Covid Rule-breaking 'Demoralising'
Tells of seeing groups not social distancing as he travels home from work
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Supermarkets Should Enforce Facemask Wearing Says Council
Borough leader believes large stores are becoming area's Covid hotspots
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St Mungo's Hostel To Be Converted into Artists' Studios
Building in Shepherd's Bush Market is no longer used for the homeless
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Lockdown 'Devastating Blow' For Local Big Issue Seller
Dave Martin heart-broken he was unable to wish customers Happy Christmas
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West Kensington Police Chase Ends in Crash
Vehicle which failed to stop when requested collides with parked cars
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Shepherd's Bush Woman Dies in Christmas Day Fall
'The best mum' had just opened her presents with her family
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Covid-19 Rapid Test Centres Open After Delay
Facilities in Sands End and King Street were due to start last year
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Man Escapes Blaze in House on Tunis Road
Police involved in investigation with arson not ruled out as a cause
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Covid-19 Cases Double in a Week in Shepherd's Bush
White City area worst hit by latest wave of the virus
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Rare Lizards on Wormwood Scrubs May Need To Be Moved
HS2 changing access route to reduce damage to the environment
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New Live Music Venue To Open at Olympia London
4.400 capacity will be biggest in West London larger than Hammersmith Apollo
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Number on Benefits in Hammersmith & Fulham Doubles
Local foodbank says demand has increased more than five times
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Hammersmith & Fulham Teacher Exodus To Be Investigated
Workload, pay and housing thought to be factors in departures
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Female Pedestrian Killed On Shepherd's Bush Road
Victim, who was in her seventies, hit by lorry
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New Owners For Shepherd's Bush Market
Council leader welcomes acquisition by property investment firm
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Front Counter at Shepherd's Bush Police Station To Close
Service to be shifted to newly opened Hammersmith station
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West London Kitchens And Bedrooms
Looking for a lockdown project?
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Local Sight Loss Support Group Due To Host Next Meeting
Group telephone call organised for Hammersmith & Fulham by the Macular Society
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Irish Cultural Centre Launches Free Hotline
Even technophobes can now access weekly lunchtime performances
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Roadworks Ahead in Shepherd's Bush
Expect traffic delays across the W12 area
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Shepherd's Bush
Changes to rail and tube services due to engineering works
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Auction Raises £6,870 for The Upper Room
Enthusiastic bidding at event organised on behalf of Artists at Home
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St Katherine's Church Holds Christmas Fair
End of second lockdown provided brief opportunity for community event
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Lyric Hammersmith Theatre Announces New Season
Community projects continue while socially distanced shows begin in New Year
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Tree Trail Launched in Ravenscourt Park
Friends group select 25 trees of particular interest for you to view
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London Mayoral Election To Go Ahead This May
Government has no plans to cancel vote despite public health issues
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Online Chopin Concert Begins New Season at POSK
A programme of Polish cultural events on the internet
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Ikea Group Donation Helps Lyric Exceed Fund Raising Target
Hammersmith theatre receives £30,000 from next door neighbour
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Over Fifth of Lyric Hammersmith Staff Face the Sack
Artistic director says move is needed to ensure theatre's survival
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Musical Festivals on Wormwood Scrubs Could Fund New Arena
Three options being considered for future of Linford Christie Stadium
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Lyric Hammersmith Announces Panto Postponement
Blames uncertainty over government guidelines for public performances
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Open Air Cinema and Bar Comes to Westfield
Bar W12 & Film Club will show two films a day
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Half Marathon Run Smashes Fundraising Target
Richard Burke inspired to support the Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre
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Pyjamarama Day at Old Oak Primary School
Lockdown library held with book exchange in playground
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Artists Staying At Home
The annual invitation to homes and studios is virtual this year
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We Have Exciting News To Share With You!
Discover Classic Deli Online Gourmet Shop for you to Cook like a Chef at home!
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Brook Green Market Open on Wednesday and Saturday
Offering fresh organic fruit and veg while taking all necessary precautions
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How to Contact H&F Council During the Crisis
Customers advised to use phone or email after closure of King Street Service Centre
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Residents Offered Free Home Workouts and Fitness Classes
App for members of H&F's three Better leisure centres now open to all
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Have You Explored H&F Libraries' Online Resources?
Discover e-books, audio books, courses, learning for kids and much more
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H&F Extinction Rebellion's Weekly Meetings Go Virtual
Get involved online every Tuesday and give your views on the New Normal
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H&F Citizens Advice Bureau Are Still Here to Help
Local people urged to phone or email if they need advice and support
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Enjoy Theatre Productions Online During Lockdown
Richmond's Orange Tree among venues offering free home screenings
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H&F People's Theatre Company Hits Fundraising Goal
Local groups and individuals invited to take on roles in upcoming stage production
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Umbrella or Sandals?
Check out the forecast for the local area
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 Leisure
David Lloyd Clubs Opens Its (Virtual) Doors Free To All
UK's largest health club is today making its David Lloyd Clubs @home available free of charge to the nation.
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The Italian Plumber Tells Us All To Suck It Up
Handy tip to deal with those everyday blockages
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Dancing With H By C. S. Fiore
Be ready for Christmas presents. Keep safe. Give a book.
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Dog Club and Hotel Launched in Shepherd's Bush
Urban Mutts offering a wide range of services in Westfield Shopping Centre
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New Outlet for Popular Goldhawk Road Ice Cream Parlour
Bears at the Pavilion has opened on Brook Green
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Local Pubs Turn Into Temporary Grocery Stores
Flour, eggs, plants and compost among stop sellers at Thatched House and Duchess
 Property
Fifth Highest Ever Price Paid For W12 Home During Lockdown
Transactions scarce over recent months but buyers still appearing
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Ground Broken On New White City Office Block
L'Oreal set to be anchor tenant of Gateway Central
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Massive Wood Lane Tower Blocks Given Green Light
Centre House development will be 32 storeys high and contain 527 new flats
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Broad Opposition To 24-storey Scrubs Lane Skyscraper
Tower with over 200 flats planned near St Mary's Cemetery
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Highest Price Ever Paid for House in Shepherd's Bush
Pre-lockdown sale sees over £4million exceeded for the first time in W12
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Shepherd's Bush Property Market Hit by Winter Chill
Sales slow to trickle as estate agents await 'gentle pick-up' in spring
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32-Storey Skyscraper Planned For White City
Centre piece of Imperial College's billion pound scheme for Unigate Dairy site
 Community
Hammersmith Hospital Nurse Has Message for Covid-19 Sceptics
Mina Long-John wishes conspiracy theorists could be shown the reality
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'Inspiring' Shepherd's Bush Woman With Down's Syndrome Hailed
Emma Sarre has worked at the local Tesco for over seven years
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What Happens To Asylum Seekers in Hammersmith & Fulham
Home Office reported to be housing them in five hotels in the borough
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The Upper Room Asks You to Go That Extra Mile
Fundraising drive for homeless charity preparing for aftermath of pandemic
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Foodbank Doorstoppers Need You
Group collect donations for the H&F Foodbank at Olympia
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New Foodbank Set Up in White City
Already serving more than 120 households on local estates
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Hotline Launched by Council to Support Vulnerable Residents
People who need help, or friends and family urged to get in touch
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Olympia London Taken Over by Foodbank and Community Volunteers
Providing 'massive increase' in food support for residents in need
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Shepherd's Bush Community Pulls Together During Crisis
Neighbours join forces to help those who are vulnerable or self isolating
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Can You Help Our Local Foodbank Find a New Warehouse?
Urgent call for help to community as current premises are being sold
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Have You Seen Sisters Maya and Fitia?
Urgent appeal for help finding girls who have been missing since May last year
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Has anyone from Askew Road ever googled Askew?
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Heron Trading Estate, Acton
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What are your thoughts on Shepherd's Bush's Lidl?
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Shepherd's Bush Arches Stables
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Old laundry site container development
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