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Sam's Riverside Set to Open in Hammersmith in November
With ambitions to be West London's 'most glamorous destination restaurant'
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Proposal Made For Temporary Hammersmith Bridge Replacement
Marine engineering firm claims structure could be built in three months
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Seven H&F Areas Lifted Out of 'Severe Deprivation'
But some areas in Hammersmith remain in top 20% of poorest in country
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Plans for 'Hideous' Skyscraper on Court Site Withdrawn
Application pulled before planning meeting after attracting over 100 objections
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Hammersmith Man Jailed for Vicious Assault on Christmas Day
Mohamed among gang of three who poured boiling water on victim causing serious burns
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H&F Among Councils Back in Court over Heathrow
Challenging airport expansion by outlining vital flaws in the Government’s decision
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Union Fights Overground Ticket Office Closures
RMT says opening hours at Olympia Station to be slashed by 84%
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King Street's L'Amorosa Retains Bib Gourmand
While River Cafe is once again awarded a Michelin Star
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Two Hotels to Be Built on Site of Magistrates Court
Planning committee set to approve scheme despite over 100 objections
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King Street's Thomas Cook Store to Be Reopened by Hays Travel
Rescue plan includes 'welcome' for staff who lost their jobs in September
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H&F Council Leader Blasts 'Incompetent' Earls Court Developer
As cabinet agrees £2.15 billion scheme to regenerate 'derelict' land
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H&F Citizens Advice Bureau Celebrates 80th Birthday
Service based at Avonmore Library helped 12,000 people in last year
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Jail for Men Found in Hammersmith with Drugs Worth £2.7 Million
Two caught in Brackenbury Gardens with suitcase stuffed with cocaine
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Have You Voted in the 2019 H&F Brilliant Business Awards?
Last chance this month for local bosses to nominate their firms for Judges' Prize
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Young Kayakers Rescue Woman Who Fell from Hammersmith Bridge
Praise for river rescue 'heroes' from London Sports Trust Blades
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H&F Council Count the Cost of No-deal Brexit
Report warns of shortages of builders and nurses as well as inflation expense
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Extinction Rebellion Aim For Change in Hammersmith and Fulham
Tackling low recycling rates and their own lack of diversity
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Dial-a-Ride Buses Introduced for Area Around Hammersmith Bridge
Services is for elderly and disabled residents in one mile radius
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Aviation to Become Biggest Source of Carbon in UK
Heathrow expansion dealt huge blow by Committee on Climate Change
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Hammersmith Station Wins Underground in Bloom Award
With indoor garden celebrating 100 years since launch of competition
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'Young People Want to Ban Cars on Hammersmith Bridge'
New survey also suggests it could host monthly community market in future
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Michael Winner's Widow Tied Up and Robbed by 'Former Girlfriend'
Geuorgoieva from West Kensington believed she had been cut out of will
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Parcels Not Pollution Goes Live in Town Centre
Local firms invited to sign up for zero emission e-cargo bike delivery service
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Swab Left Inside Patient After Charing Cross Operation
Trust makes changes to avoid similar 'Never Events' happening again
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MP, Friends and Colleagues Pay Tribute to Penny Flood
A stalwart supporter of the Labour Party and much loved member of Neighbour Net
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 Calendar
Family Friends Training Days
Could you dedicate two hours a week to befriend a parent or mentor a child
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Head to Ravenscourt Park for This Year's Fireworks
Big event on 2 November offers two displays, fun fair and food stalls
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Prepare to Be Seduced by Solaris
Liz Vercoe loves the Lyric's new scifi play and its mind-bending planet
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What's On in October at St Peter's Church
Recital of songs by Stephen and Nancy Storace and children's Halloween party
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Play Tennis for Free in Hammersmith Park
Coach led sessions on offer every Saturday lunchtime in Shepherd's Bush
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Inaugural Regatta London Cancelled by Bad Weather
Registrations now being invited for event in 2020
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Adding Focus and Interest to Your West London Ramble
Lucinda MacPherson offers a guide to the free trails available along the river
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Streamlining Ourselves For A Better Quality Of Life
At Beaming Mind therapy by Karishma Gill
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Meet Local Police and Share a Cuppa with a Copper
Safer Neighbourhood Teams go out and about in October
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Forthcoming Roadworks in Hammersmith
Expect delays on King Street, Hammersmith and Hammersmith Bridge Roads
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Transport Disruption in Hammersmith This Weekend
Hammersmith & City and Overground services affected by engineering works
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What's On at Hammersmith Library in 2019
Meet others who enjoy reading, chess, creative writing and crochet and knitting
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H&F Libraries Also Have Regular Events for Children
Subjects include reading, arts and crafts, languages and Lego
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Could You Foster a Child?
Find out at regular information sessions this autumn
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Snowshoes or Sandals?
Find out in our weather forecast for Hammersmith
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What's on in Hammersmith
A fuller listing of events in the local area
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 Leisure
The Swimming Nature Difference
Personally tailored, in-water tuition to adults, children and babies
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John Parnham Kidz World At Normand Park
Lots of fun for all the family
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It's Time to Apply for School Places in September 2020
Admissions now open for children starting primary or moving up to secondary
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Do You Want A New Job In 2019?
Jenny Williams Coaching help talented people to get the job they deserve
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Grove Neighbourhood Centre
Your local community centre
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Takeover Fuels Fears for Future of Local Pubs
Sale of Greene King to Hong Kong conglomerate could mean closures
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Residents Invited to Become Friends of Olympia London
New scheme will offer priority bookings and exclusive discounts
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Amnesty Bookshop Moves Three Doors Down
Launch of new home on King Street due to Town Hall redevelopment
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Major Upgrade for Hammersmith Squash and Fitness Club
One of three Better centres in H&F to benefit as part of new contract
 Property
Hammersmith Property Sales Slow to a Trickle
But affordable new flats close to King Street prove popular with buyers
 Community
Can You Help Barnfield Riding for the Disabled Buy a Mechanical Horse?
Charity by Richmond Park launches crowdfunding campaign
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Town Hall Closes for Three Year Long Redevelopment
Council opens service centre in King Street and register office in Beavor Lane
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Barons Court Project Boosted by £250 Grant
Local care company Bluebird supports charity based in Talgarth Road
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Latest Hammersmith Jobs
Employment opportunities in the local area
 Forum
Hammersmith Bridge: modern engineering vs English Heritage
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Poppy's restaurant in Brackenbury Rd
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Free chairs available!
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Volunteer! Read with children
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