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Seven Arrests in Alexander Kareem Murder Investigation
Six males and one female from across west London detained
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Plea Made To Help Fund Van for Sheltered Accommodation
Age UK Hammersmith & Fulham need replacement due to new ULEZ charges
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Black Lives Matter Protest Planned for Shepherd's Bush Green
Three groups from across west London to demonstrate this Sunday
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Locally-based Charity Proving to Be Lifeline for Disabled Children
Acton on Disability’s summer camp providing relief after lockdown
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Bus Drivers Say 24/7 Lanes Not Enough
They want priority signals at busy road junctions as well
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Byron Burgers Looks Set to Close Local Branches
New owners keeping Westfield restaurant but not interested in Hammersmith
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Mayor Furious About M25 Quarantine Plan
Government hadn't told him of strategy to seal off capital
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Locally Born Babies Offered Chance to Join Special Artistic Club
The Lyric wants to give children born this year a unique opportunity
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Council Need To Raise ÂŁ16million To Cover Covid-19 Losses
Finance committee told lost parking fees and PPE cost increased shortfall
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Caring for Mental Health Patients with Coronavirus
Team at Hammersmith Hospital had to deal with a challenging situation
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Plan To Turn House of Fraser Premises Into Offices Approved
Shopping centre's owners say they are reacting to changes in the market
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Volunteers Sought for Business Support Helpline
Needed to answer Covid-19 related queries from local firms
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Earlier Lockdown Would Have Cut Bus Driver Death Toll
Twenty nine drivers died of Covid-19 according to independent report
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Borough Leisure Centres Set For Phased Reopening
All visits must be pre-booked with walk-ins not allowed
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Small Rise in Covid-19 Infections in Hammersmith & Fulham
Cases have increased by just 1.6% since lockdown was eased
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Defiance of Government Credited with Low Care Home Death Rate
Charing Cross &Hammersmith Hospitals tested for virus before discharge
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Facemasks To Be Required in Westfield from This Week
Vending machines will be available to buy masks if shoppers forget theirs
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Extinction Rebellion Occupy Hammersmith Bridge
Local activists want it to become London’s first garden bridge
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More Space Provided To Eat and Drink Outdoors
Council scheme aims to help local businesses and aid social distancing
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Shepherd’s Bush Market Traders in Showdown Over Rent
Landlord still wants rent paid for period market was locked down
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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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TfL Removes Banksy Graffiti from Tube Train
Artist donned hazmat gear to paint images of sneezing rats in carriage
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Largest Ever Seizure of Crystal Meth and MDMA Made in White City
Local man jailed for importing drugs worth over ÂŁ2million
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Free Electric Car Charging at Tesco Shepherd’s Bush Road
Leave your car to charge while you do your shopping
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New Outdoor Eating Area Outside Television Centre
Providing a new social space for the public and nearby restaurants
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Council 'Not Ambitious Enough' on Cycle Lanes
Hammersmith & Fulham Lib Dems call for more infrastructure
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John Lewis Confirm Reopening of Westfield Store
Uncertainty about future ends as 30 July return date announced
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Police Officers Injured Breaking Up Unlicensed White City Music Event
Crowd became hostile and threw bricks and other missiles
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Harrods Outlet Store Now Open in Westfield
Replacement for Debenhams offering excess stock from Knightsbridge shop
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Concerns That Plans May 'Prettify' Wormwood Scrubs
Locals worried that HS2 funding could be used to make the park more tame
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Foodbank Doorstoppers Need You
Group collect donations for the H&F Foodbank at Olympia
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Shepherd's Bush Drug Dealer Jailed for Four Years
Albanian national was targeted by organised crime task force
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Man Stabbed Near East Acton Tube Station
Another injured after being attacked in nearby Henchman Street
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Bee Hives Installed at Hammersmith Academy
Project aims to help refugees in the borough become beekeepers
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New Foodbank Set Up in White City
Already serving more than 120 households on local estates
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NHS Urgent Care Walk-in Centres to Remain Closed
Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals and Parsons Green units shut for foreseeable future
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Introducing Alistair-Hugo at Home
Quality produce, food boxes and curated meals - fresh food ideas delivered direct to your door
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Cinema Returns to Vue in Westfield
Shepherd's Bush shopping centre one of ten venues reopening nationally
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Roadworks Ahead in Shepherd's Bush
Expect delays on across the W12 area
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Shepherd's Bush
Changes to rail and tube services during the crisis
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Riverside Studios Cinema Set To Open This Month
A selection of classic films to be shown to a socially distanced audience
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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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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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Priority Shopping Hours in Supermarkets and Foodstores
Find the times reserved for the elderly, NHS staff and social care workers
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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
West London Kitchens Are Open And Available
Plan your new kitchen design now ready for delivery in September
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The Italian Plumber's Tip Of The Month
Got a garden? Get a tap
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Turning Fitness On Its Head
Too busy to exercise? Don't like gyms? Then fit20 could be the solution for you…
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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
Highest Price Ever Paid for House in Shepherd's Bush
Pre-lockdown sale sees over ÂŁ4million 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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Goldhawk Road's Unique Long House Boosts W12 Property Market
But overall sales slump as homeowners sit it out due to Brexit uncertainty
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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
The Upper Room Asks You to Go That Extra Mile
Fundraising drive for homeless charity preparing for aftermath of pandemic
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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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Hammersmith Hospital's Urgent Care Centre Closed
Facilities deemed unsuitable for screening and segregating coronavirus sufferers
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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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H&F Council Seek To Mobilise Volunteer Army
Fit and able residents urged to join community action network to help the vulnerable
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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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Beware of Covid-19 Scammers
Check before clicking on an unsolicited email or ordering online
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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
 Forum
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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