Recently by Poppy Bradbury
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.
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).
The University of West London is offering a £10 Amazon voucher for social drinkers to take part in a psychology study.
A 50-year-old pedestrian was taken to hospital after a car mounted the kerb on Tuesday morning (7).
A blaze started by a faulty generator destroyed parts of the building site of Ealing's biggest private housing development on Sunday morning (4).
Four fire engines were called to Dickens Yard in Ealing Broadway just after 7.30am after a fire broke out on the ground floor level of one of the eight-storey apartment blocks under construction.
A teenager was stabbed in an early evening street brawl outside a pub yesterday.
The unnamed 18-year-old man was found with stab wounds to his upper arm outside Mr Ben's barber's in The Mall in Ealing town centre at around 5.30pm on Thursday (19).
Ealing Council's fifth public meeting to discuss last year's riots will be held next Tuesday (24).
The riots scrutiny review panel is expected to talk about the outcomes of the interim report into last August's disorder, at the town hall from 7pm.
Around 200 homes in South Ealing were left without power for almost 10 hours yesterday (15).
A power cut was reported by Southern Electric customers at about 9.30am on Wednesday morning, initially affecting up to 4,500 homes in Brentford and Ealing residents in the Boston Manor area.
A rioter who set two cars ablaze, smashed a shop window and was caught on CCTV filming his exploits on his mobile phone, has been jailed for five and a half years.
Sabaoon Hillaman, 23, of Ruislip Road, Greenford, was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court today (25) for his part in the violent disorder which swept through Ealing town centre on August 8.
THE 16-year-old boy accused of killing Richard Mannington Bowes in the August riots has denied murder.
The Hounslow youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of attacking the 68-year-old at about 10.30pm on August 8.