January 23rd, 2015
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What's happened in Hammersmith
Power Cut Blacks Out Barons Court, West Ken and Fulham
UK Power Networks apologise for inconvenience, but locals see funny side
Blythe Road Man Guilty of Raping 80 Year-old in Shepherd's Bush
And police ask others who may have been victims of Robert Lashley to come forward
Architect Richard Rogers' Practice to Move from Hammersmith
But will the River Cafe stay on in redeveloped Thames Wharf?
+ Planning Secured For Second Phase At Brentford Lock West +
New commercial space and residential homes get green light at popular waterside scheme
Last Chance for Talks as Ambulance Union Issues Strike Notice
GMB says industrial action will be postponed if 'tangible' offer is made
Lyric Offers an Othello for the 21st Century
Penny Flood applauds an entertaining new approach to an old masterpiece
Two Women and Baby Flee from Edith Road Fire
Victorian town house in West Kensington catches fire
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Dates Set for Public Hearings into Future of NHS Healthcare
Independent Health Commission comes to Town Hall on March 14
Clothworkers' Centre Wins Civic Trust Award
Centre in Olympia dedicated to study and conservation of textiles and fashion
Barons Court Theatre Presents Resolutions
Penny Flood enjoys a charming trio of playlets for the new year
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John Parnham Funfairs providing fun for all the family
Residents Given More Time to Speak Up on Cycling in H&F
Council's consultation extended until February 2
Broadway Centres Sold to Malaysian Pension Fund
Hammersmith and Fulham bought for over £270 Million
Charity Plans Launch of Visual Impairment Parliament
All local people with sight loss urged to become involved
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Elderly Woman Injured in Beadon Road Collision
Onlookers comforted pensioner as she lay trapped under truck
Independent Commission Begins Reviewing Hospital Services
Commission to hold oral evidence hearings next month
Met Handled over 4.5 Million Calls in 2014
'I could hear screaming and shouting ...'
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Is Hammersmith Safe for Labour?
Residents encouraged to use the Brent Urgent Care Centre
Energy Healing therapy
Singers wanted for choirs!
Labour break election pledges – cutting Council Tax by just 1% and pushing up charges
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What's on in Hammersmith
BBC Good Food Eat Well Show Is Coming To Town
Two lucky readers will win a pair of tickets to the show
Get Your Tickets Early for Annual Barn Dance
Popular event back at Holy Innocents for second year
A Refreshing Grand Tour at Finborough Theatre
Jerry Herman's little known show is a welcome visitor, says Bill Hagerty
H&F Age UK Hosts Lectures on The Great War
Gain hands on experience of life in the trenches on upcoming Thursdays
Upcoming Roadworks in the Hammersmith Area
Where to expect traffic delays in days ahead
Upper Room Lectures are Back at St Saviour's Church
Starting on January 28 with talk on Turner and the Thames
Women in West London's History
Book now for the 35th West London Local History Conference
Urgent Appeal for Blood Donations this Winter
Next local session at Stoll in Fulham on January 30
Support Our Local Foodbank While Doing Your Shopping
Permanent collection points in place at Tesco superstore and other shops
Meet Your Safer Neighbourhood Team
Hammersmith police officers go out and about in January
Parents Asked for Views on Childcare in H&F
By completing online survey by January 25
Help Homeless People to Stay Warm this Winter
Contact Streetlink if you have concerns about a rough sleeper
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