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TWO men will appear in this court this morning accused of murder after a fire in Southall.
Jakub Ostrowski, 36 of Isleworth and Mariusz Florowski, 38 of Hick avenue Greenford are due to appear in custody at Ealing Magistrates' Court .
Local school boy wins Gold at National Taekwondo Championships
Kajamugan Shanmuganathan, 18, from Southall won gold at the National Taekwondo Championships held on September 9 2012 at the Cycling Velodrome, Manchester.
SOUTHALL'S new Chief Inspector has said he wants to make the area a 'difficult place' for criminals to spend their time.
Colin Wingrove said he wants to bring the community together and do hands-on work tackling illegal activity on his patch.
A FAMILY has paid tribute to a pioneer of Asian radio in the UK, who had his memorial service in Southall last weekend.
Manjit Singh Gehdu died on October 30 aged 63 after suffering from a heart attack in his sleep while at his ancestral home village of Khatkar Kalan in the Punjab, India.
A telephone watchdog part of Ofcom has assured that a postal scam threatening to leave residents £315 out of pocket is no longer a risk.
Phonepay Plus, the regulator of premium rate telephone services in the UK and an agency of Ofcom, said it shut down the company behind the scam in 2005.
The festive season is coming early to Southall with a Christmas Bazaar.
Early birds can find a selection of goodies at the sale in Meadow House Day Hospice, within Ealing Hospital, in Uxbridge Road, from 1pm to 3pm on Saturday, November 5.
EALING Police are opening their doors to the public on Sunday (02) for you to meet all the officers working hard to keep the borough safe.
All are welcome to the open day from 10am to 4pm at Ealing police station, in Uxbridge Road, and Walpole Park this weekend.
A SCOUT group is hosting the North African Eid Festival on Saturday (3).
All are invited to the celebrations which mark the end of the Muslim month of Ramadan that finished on Tuesday (30).
PARENTS with toddlers are invited to a free lifestyle course to get their kids eating more fruits and vegetables.
IT WAS a mixture of nerves and excitement at Featherstone High this morning as students flocked in to get their A Level results.
The school, in Featherstone Road, Southall, had a 99 per cent overall pass rate and were thrilled with its 50 per cent A* to B grade which was higher than last year.