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Unattended Candle Blamed for Parsons Green Fire
Fire fighters tackle blaze on Whittingstall Road
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Council Makes Pledge on Tackling Anti-social Behaviour
Promises to work with residents suffering from disruption
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More Investment for London's Violence Reduction Unit
£5 million extra for support and specialist training for youth workers
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First Two Days of Tube Strike Called Off
RMT says action planned for end of the month remains on
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Toll Could Be Only Option for Hammersmith Bridge
Committee hears that £3 charge needed unless more financial support received
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Local Death Toll Starts To Rise Again As Infections Soar
Fulham currently has case rates among the highest in London
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Local Samaritans Volunteers Serenaded at Summer Party
50-gigs-in-50-days singer-songwriter plays for them in Gunnersbury Park
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Congestion Charge Rise To £15 To Be Made Permanent
Increase required as condition of government funding to TfL
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Bike Club Founder Named in Cycling UK's 100 Women in Cycling
Alexandra Rico-Lloyd started UK’s first kids bike subscription service
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Fulham Schoolgirl Proves To Be a Bright Spark
Park Walk Primary pupil wins diploma for exceptional academic potential
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20 Metre High Geyser Seen Next To Hammersmith Bridge
Heavy rains believed to have lead to increased pressure in nearby sewage pipes
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Mayor To Hold Cross Party Violent Crime Summit
This year set to be the worst ever for teenage homicides
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Mayor Urges Government To Act Over 'Pingdemic'
Concerned about impact on transport and emergency services as well as businesses
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Covid-19 Admissions on the Rise in Local Hospitals
Number on mechanical ventilation remains low for each site
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Huge Relief at Hammersmith Bridge Reopening
One man's commute, that was taking up to two hours, now 10 minutes
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Free Bulky Waste Collections Offered After Flooding
Service available in roads worst hit by Monday's heavy rainfall
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Wave of Tributes for Veteran Labour Councillor
Colin Aherne's death triggers by election in White City and Wormholt ward
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Surprise Announcement on Hammersmith Bridge Reopening
Access to pedestrians and cyclists to be restored this weekend
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Hammersmith Bridge Ferry May Be Delayed Further
Standard reports significant objections from residents and rowing clubs
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Fulham's High Covid Rate Blamed on Low Vaccine Take Up
Area one of worst affected in London by Delta variant
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Local School Kids Set Up Shop on Fulham Broadway
Made chutneys and jams from fruit and veg picked on a farm visit
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Festival of Football For Local Primary School Girls
Children delight to be back playing sport after frustrations of lockdown
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Turn Your Road into a Playground
Council encouraging residents to apply for Play Streets
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Heathrow Boss Calls for Relaxation of Restrictions
Says self-isolation should not be required on return from US and EU
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Planned Review of London Bus Services Postponed
Exercise would have likely resulted in further cuts to schedules
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Met's Marine Policing Unit Says Stay Out of the River
Reminder of danger of entering Thames issued ahead of summer holidays
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Banned Farmer's Market Organiser Takes Council To Court
Man behind Ravenscourt Park and Bishop's Park markets sues the borough
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Counter Terror Chief Warns Against Complacency
Sixteen years on from 7 July attacks 'substantial' number of investigations ongoing
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100 Free Bikes To Be Given Out in the Borough
Pedal Back Cycles teams up with local charity to present to those in need
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Fulham Law Student Wins Prize in National Competition
Lou Lou Curry argued for reform of law relating to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers
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Fulham Motorbike Dealer Encouraging Customers to Go Electric
Chelsea Motorcycles offered test rides of pollution free bike
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Knives Used During Mass Brawl on Wandsworth Bridge Road
Six people arrested after fight breaks out in a bar
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Stamford Bridge Turned into Mass Vaccination Centre
Jab drive launched in response to local surge in Covid-19 cases
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Local Donations Pay for 'Life-changing' Minibus for Age UK
Lillian Urban became face of campaign to raise funds for new vehicle
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Covid-19 Infections Rise Particularly Sharply Across Fulham
Cases more than double in SW6 area over latest week
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Airports Commission Chair Would 'Redo Numbers' on Third Runway
Sir Howard Davies casts doubt on viability of Heathrow expansion
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Housing Minister 'Calls In' Summerskill House Plan
Public enquiry likely into 20 storey building proposed on Clem Attlee estate
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Fulham Property Developer Takes on Channel Swim
Suzanne Mason raising funds for the Children's Air Ambulance
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Maystar Estate Residents Fear Big Renovation Bills
Council wants to charge leaseholders in West Ken over £30,000
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District and Circle Line Closures for Nine Days in August
Track replacement work taking place on parts of both lines
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Hammersmith Bridge Ferry Now Due in September
Much delayed service might begin after the start of the school term
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Big Changes Proposed for Hammersmith and Fulham & Chelsea Seats
Boundary commission suggesting radical redrawing of local political map
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Violent Crime 'Suppressed' To Pre-pandemic Levels
Senior Met officer says bounce back in offending after lockdown to be expected
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Tube Passenger Numbers Expected To Recover Slowly
Not likely to get close to pre-pandemic levels until next March
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Search is on for Fulham's 'Tofu Two'
Two women caught on camera stealing from food delivery boxes
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Hammersmith & Fulham Council Leader Urges NHS Data Opt Out
Fears that information could be sold to corporations
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Hospital Admissions Low Despite Rising Covid Infection Rates
Number of people in intensive care locally not increasing
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Government Offers To Pay for Third of Hammersmith Bridge Repair
Support provided as part of funding package for TfL
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Get Your Covid Vaccine Jab Now If You are Aged 30 or Over
Hammersmith & Fulham residents no longer need invitation from GP
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Call Made To Stop the Conversion of Shops into Homes
Think tank believes permitted development rights ruining high street
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E-scooter Enabled Crime Rising Quickly
Over 500 offences recorded in London over last year
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Met Makes Its Largest Ever Cash Seizure in Fulham
Over £5million of drug dealers' proceeds found in flat on Britannia Road
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Primary School Pupils Clean Up Lillie Road Rec
Children from Queen’s Manor Primary School help plant trees
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Hammersmith Bridge Could Partially Open This Summer
Government funding package might allow use by pedestrians and cyclists
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London Homelessness Could Reach Record Level by Christmas
Housing crisis likely due to end of eviction ban, Covid funding and furlough
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Local Drug Gang Planned to Pose as NHS Workers
Mother and son duo laundered cash for one of London's largest coke dealers
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London's Biggest New Theatre in Over 40 Years To Open in Olympia
Trafalgar Entertainment sign contract to operate 1,575 seat venue
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Fulham Town Hall To Reopen Temporarily To The Public
Free exhibition to be held featuring work of 100 local artists
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Family of Foxes Take Over Abandoned Fulham House
Cubs seen playing in the garden of property on Reporton Road
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Fulham Teenager Has Delicious Fundraising Idea for RSPCA
Bella names 'Doodles Chocolates' after her dog
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Legal Challenge Made To Farmers' Market Ban
Lawyers claim council is using Covid-19 restrictions as a pretext
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Imperial Studios Development Gets Green Light
Sands End offices will provide facilities for people working from home
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Protests To Be Held Over 'Stealth Privatisation' of Local GP Surgery
Demo against takeover taking place outside the Cassidy Centre
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Financial Boost for Barons Court Project
Homeless centre receives donation from property developer
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Advice and Reassurance Issued over Dognapping in Fulham
Police deny there is local epidemic but say owners should be vigilant
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Owner of Fulham Plastic Surgery Clinic Faces Legal Action
Clients of Transform fear personal data compromised in hack
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Call for Changes To South Fulham Traffic Scheme
Residents claim Wandsworth Bridge Road constantly at a standstill
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 Calendar
Little Voices Summer Camps
Bookings now open
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Fulham Fest Planned for This August
Chamber music festival aiming to make classical music less stuffy
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Riverside Artists Group Holding Annual Exhibition
33 artists present work on theme of 'I Dreamt I Woke Up'
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Men: Are You Overweight And Trying For A Child?
Why not take part in a FREE weight loss programme?
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Fulham
Tubes and train services affected due to engineering works
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Forthcoming Roadworks in Fulham
Expect traffic delays in the SW6 area due to road closures
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Open Day Being Held at London Corinthian Sailing Club
A chance to find out what it is like to sail on the Thames
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Emery Walker and the Private Press Movement
First exhibition at Emery Walker's House opens this August
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Lyric To Stage The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Major revival of award-winning play coming this autumn
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Four Day Tube Strike Planned for August
RMT in dispute over abolition of Night Tube driver grade
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125 Years of the Kelmscott Chaucer To Be Marked
Described as the crowning glory of William Morris's book printing venture
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Lyric Hammersmith To Reopen With a Triple Bill
Three new plays to be staged to live audiences in the summer
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Irish Cultural Centre Launches Free Hotline
Even technophobes can now access weekly lunchtime performances
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Riverside Artists Group To Post Daily Postcards
Messages From Somewhere will showcase work of its members
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Local Sight Loss Support Group Hosts Meeting
Group telephone call organised for Hammersmith & Fulham by the Macular Society
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This Year's Ride London Event Cancelled
Festival of cycling was due to take place in May
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Fulham Palace Cat Features in New Children's Book
Stories inspired by Edmund the resident feline
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Over Fifth of Lyric Hammersmith Staff Face the Sack
Artistic director says move is needed to ensure theatre's survival
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Fulham Woman’s Workout Marathon for Diabetes UK
Lisa Galt to undertake 100 'sweaty sweats' before end of the year
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New Live Music Venue To Open at Olympia London
4.400 capacity will be biggest in West London larger than Hammersmith Apollo
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Fulham Farmers' Market Set To Open on Wednesdays
Event now bi-weekly with other trading day on Saturday
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Burnt Orange Theatre to Offer Young Company Sessions
Aim to provide opportunities free of charge through fundraising effort
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Little Voices After School Clubs Continue Online
Local school works through current limitations
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Riverside Studios Launch Virtual Riverside
Programme of free online films and community events during lockdown
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H&F Extinction Rebellion's Weekly Meetings Go Virtual
Get involved online every Tuesday and give your views on the New Normal
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What's on in Fulham
A full list of events in the SW6 area
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 Leisure
It Shouldn't Happen To A Plumber
The Italian Plumber: “Now that you've finished that…” Part 1
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Introducing Home Aware from Home Instead
The UK's leading home care provider
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New Italian Restaurant Opening in Fulham
Casacosta on North End Road started life in lockdown as a shop
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Damning Food Hygiene Report for Fulham Takeaway
Inspectors described condition of East Ocean's equipment as 'disgusting'
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Pizza Express to Close Fulham Palace Road Branch
Restaurant opposite Charing Cross Hospital one of 73 axed nationally
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The Challenge of Making the Peartree a Pub Again
Daz Seager describes the path to normality as a minefield
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Fulham Restaurant Transformed into Grocery Store
La Pizzica adapts quickly to meet needs of community during pandemic
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Harwood Arms Named Country's Best Gastropub
Head chef Sally Abe's cooking takes Fulham pub to number one spot
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Fulham House Prices See Double Digit Rise in 2020
SW6 said to be particularly vulnerable to stamp duty cliff edge
 Property
Fulham House Prices Vulnerable To Eurobanker Flight
No significant falls in the area during pandemic but local agents wary
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Average Fulham House Price Reaches Record High During Lockdown
One detached property in SW6 changes hands for £8,000,000
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Huge Fulham Riverside Development Increased in Size
Over 200 new flats on Currys PC World site in towers up to 12 storeys high
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Go Ahead for Boutique Hotel Plans for Fulham Town Hall
Restaurant to open at ground floor and concert hall to become co-working space
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Time Limit on Chelsea's Stadium Plans Expires
Permission to expand capacity to 60,000 has elapsed
 Community
What Happens To Asylum Seekers in Hammersmith & Fulham
Home Office reported to be housing them in five hotels in the borough
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Local Schoolgirl Wins Jack Petchey Award
Foundations recognises work of Kiah Greenidge in making PPE for nurses
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Hammersmith & Fulham Rugby Youngsters Raise £50,000 for NHS
Ball passed by players the distance between Twickenham and Murrayfield
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Local Family Haven Seeks Funding
Battersea Park Children’s Zoo sets up Crowdfunder to help safeguard animals
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H&F Council Seek To Mobilise Volunteer Army
Fit and able residents urged to join community action network to help the vulnerable
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Latest Job Opportunities in Fulham
What's on offer in SW6 this week
 Forum
Reprieve for Parsons Green Walk-In Centre
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£76 Million Wasted on Plans to Close and Downgrade Local Hospitals
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Chelsea and Westminster to build new neonatal intensive care unit
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