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A FAMILY ran for their lives after their boiler burst into flames just hours after a British Gas engineer carried out maintenance on it.
Neighbours said they were only alerted to the danger when a passer-by noticed the fire burning on the roof and banged on the front door.
PUPILS will be donning their running vests and raising funds to help fight child hunger.
Over 300 youngsters from the Ecole Andre Malraux in Ealing are taking on the challenge in support of a humanitarian aid organisation on Tuesday (14).
Residents are invited to have their say on the future of the fire brigade in Ealing and Hounslow at a public meeting.
The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority is consulting on its safety plan which will decide how the service will be run in the next three years.
AGE UK London has launched a business directory in Ealing.
The new service links older people living in the area to trusted traders and aims to reduce the risk of exploitation.
BOB Wilson's fun fair is back in town for the bank holiday weekend.
The rides are already on Ealing common and will be until Monday (6).
A POP-UP cinema is appearing for two days at this year's summer festival - the first time the area has seen a screen for more than four years.
Nomad Cinema, which donates all its profits to charity, will be showing three films at the big top tent in Walpole Park.
Neighbours determined to improve Ealing have founded a forum to create plans for the future and are calling on neighbours to get involved and suggest their own ideas.
The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum officially came into existence today along with a sister group in west Ealing and are holding a public meeting on Tuesday April 2.
THE TOWN HALL has been attacked for 'treating children like currency' by suggesting council tenants hit by the government's bedroom tax could foster a youngster to avoid the charge.
From next month claimants who have a spare bedroom are to have their housing benefit cut by 14 per cent for one extra room and by a quarter for two or more.
PITZHANGER Manor Gallery and House are on the look out for creative young people to take part in a new youth panel.
The 14 to 20 year olds will collaborate during weekly meetings to produce art works and performances.
THE ARCADIA Centre is to be redeveloped and almost all its traders will be told to leave to make way for a large Morrisons supermarket if plans are approved by the town hall.
The centre in Ealing Broadway will be reconfigured from 25 small shops into three large units and it will be renamed 1-8 The Broadway.