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Ealing Council is working with Affinity Water and Thames Water to carry out an emergency planning exercise to test how the borough would respond if there was a disruption to Ealing's water supply.
The horrors of the Holocaust were brought to life at a service held to remember its victims and survivors on Holocaust Memorial Day 2016.
All 32 London boroughs and the City of London are collaborating on the development of a counter-fraud hub which could save boroughs millions of pounds each year.
Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed proposals to scale back local services as the borough struggles to deal with government cuts which are now expected to total £205million over the decade.
A two minute silence will be held on the steps of Ealing Town Hall to mark Armistice Day on Wednesday, 11 November at 11am.
Ealing has a history of helping refugees and was one of the first local authorities in the country to come forward to offer to assist.
Part of the Sheraton Business Centre in Wadsworth Road and Wadsworth Close, Perivale, has been demolished in order to make it safe. The building was damaged following a large fire on Saturday, 4 July.
Councillor Harbhajan Kaur Dheer donned the borough’s civic robes after being elected as the new Mayor at the annual council meeting in Ealing Town Hall on Tuesday, 12 May.
The three parliamentary seats in Ealing were all won by the Labour Party following Thursday’s general election.
Polling stations across Ealing opened at 7am this morning (Thursday) for people to cast their votes in the parliamentary election.
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