AN INDIAN national from Southall who used a false passport and tried to enter into a sham marriage has been jailed, following an investigation by immigration officers.
A CHARITY which helps beekeepers held an informative event raising awareness of the work they do worldwide.
THE TRICKY art of one-handed cooking was taught to a group of young people unable to use one side of their body properly because of brain damage.
THE GAZETTE paid a visit to a school to deliver a talk on Journalism and Photography.
A SOUTH Ealing pharmacy has celebrated its 110th birthday with around 50 of its loyal customers.
The issue of welfare reform is hugely important to many people.
If you ever wondered if you can take a dog to work, have a think about Scrappy - known professionally as Mr Doo LLB. Unlike other employees in this legal firm, Scrappy’s LLB stands for Likes Lots of Bones.
THE Mayor of Ealing was treated to a welcome cookie and sneak peak at a newly refurbished Hilton hotel in the borough.
Westside FM's very own Calum and Keeley will be hosting the community stage at Elthorne Park’s forthcoming event at Hanwell Carnival on Saturday.
HANWELL running group The Pink Ladies hosted a fundraiser in aid of Cancer Research.
A POLLUTION blackspot has become the first in London this year to breach government clean air targets, although Ealing Council say they are making progress with the area.
THE search is over for Ealing's two cutest children.
I have just received the June issue of Around Ealing.
A MEMORIAL fund honouring a campaigner for people affected by dementia has been set up to help raise cash for projects which would have been of great importance to her.
THE first Ealing Mile on Friday June 7 was won by Roger Gill in a time of 04:57:37, ahead of Ben Jones (05:35:72) and James Adams (05:53:59).
RUNNERS who are too young to take part in this year's Ealing Half Marathon are being invited to take on the Ealing Mini Mile challenge instead.
TRAVEL writer Michael Palin drew hundreds of people to the opening of a photographic and video studio.
PLANS to transform the ruins of Ealing Cinema into a state-of-the-art picture house have been unveiled by developers who hope to include an outdoor arts space, restaurants and homes.
FANS said farewell to a coach dubbed the ‘ghost bus’ because it so rarely carried passengers, when it made its final trip this week.
IT IS crunch time in the fight to save A&Es in Ealing and surrounding boroughs according to campaigners who say they 'desperately' need people's help for the final push.