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News published November 2016

  • Ealing Council supports HIV testing campaign

    Published Wednesday 30 November 2016

    Ealing Council is reminding people of the importance of testing regularly for HIV and promoting safer sex ahead of World Aids Day on 1 December.

  • Fight the latest plan to close Ealing Hospital

    Published Friday 25 November 2016

    Ealing Council is calling on all residents to join together and fight plans to close A&Es and other services Ealing and Charing Cross Hospitals.

  • Ealing apprentices awarded

    Published Thursday 24 November 2016

    Apprentices, along with their training assessors, employers and supervisors were celebrated at the Ealing Apprenticeship Network Awards on Tuesday, 22 November.

  • Help at hand to apply for primary school

    Published Thursday 24 November 2016

    Ealing Council is hosting a series of advice sessions for parents and carers of children due to start primary school in September 2017.

  • Council set to face further financial challenges in 2017/18

    Published Thursday 17 November 2016

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to proposals for further savings next year as central government cuts and austerity measures combined with increasing housing, health and social care demands are continuing to put pressure on the council’s budget.

  • Ealing Council to build new respite care centre for children

    Published Wednesday 16 November 2016

    A new specially-designed respite centre providing overnight care for children with disabilities is to be built in Ealing.

  • Ealing’s foster carers celebrated

    Published Tuesday 15 November 2016

    A couple who have dedicated 26 years to looking after teenagers, have been named Ealing Council’s Foster Carers of the Year.

  • Park Royal Asda fined for operating mouse-infested bakery

    Published Tuesday 8 November 2016

    Supermarket giant, Asda, has been fined £664,000 after a customer bought cheese rolls contaminated with mouse droppings from the in-store bakery at their Park Royal branch, west London.

  • Ealing hits its highest ever recycling rates

    Published Monday 7 November 2016

    More than 50% of all the borough’s waste was recycled in the first quarter of the new waste collection scheme, the most the borough has ever recycled.

  • Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday

    Published Friday 4 November 2016

    Members of the public are invited to join councillors and council staff who will be observing a two-minute silence outside Ealing Town Hall at 11am on Armistice Day, Friday 11 November.

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