March 2012 Archives
A TERRIFIED man was forced to the ground and had his valuable watch ripped off his wrist as he was about to walk inside his home.
The 48-year-old was grabbed around the throat before being dragged to the floor and having his head held down in Haven Lane, Ealing.
TALENTED music students are teaming up with the band of the Scots Guards to perform at a concert helping to raise money the charity Help for Heroes.
The concert will be held at St Mary's Church in St Mary's Road, Ealing, on Thursday (29).
A CHURCH leader who helped bring people together in the wake of the riots has appealed to the community to forgive a teenager who admitted killing a pensioner in Ealing.
Darrell Desuze, 17, of Bath Road, Hounslow, pleaded guilty last week to the manslaughter of Haven Green man Richard Mannington Bowes.
HIGH-TECH identity scanners have been brought in across Ealing town centre to help door staff keep out known troublemakers.
The machines have already been installed in 10 pubs and clubs in Ealing Broadway and are set to be introduced to two more.
THE mother of the teenager who admitted killing a pensioner in the Ealing riots has been convicted after destroying her son's clothing.
Lavinia Desuze, of Bath Road, Hounslow, was found guilty of perverting the course of justice at Inner London Crown Court today (20).
A MAN has died this morning after falling underneath a train at Northfields tube station.
The 88-year-old victim, of Ealing, was found dead at the scene by ambulance crews who arrived shortly after 10.40am.
TRAFFIC wardens have gone on a two-day strike today in solidarity with a former workmate they say was sacked on spurious grounds.
Staff working for NSL who manage parking services for Ealing council protested outside the company's offices in Uxbridge Road, West Ealing and are expected to do the same tomorrow.