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Money saving measures lead to lower council tax

H&F Council has become the only borough in the capital to cut council tax thanks to plans to work more efficiently.

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Borough’s teachers have chance to move into one of 12 new affordable flats

A dozen penthouse flats will soon be providing affordable homes for teachers.


Young people hit campaign trail to be next Youth MP

Young people from across the borough are campaigning to become the borough’s next Youth Parliament member.

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Bush Theatre celebrates awards haul

Congratulations to the Bush Theatre which is celebrating after scooping six ‘Offies’.


Fulham kickboxers in Poppy appeal

Fulham kickboxing club completes 15,000 punches in 15 minutes to help an ill girl.


Help the council deliver more affordable homes locally

You are invited to have your say on Hammersmith & Fulham Council's local housing strategy.

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Stimulating and opening up the local arts scene

Come and join the discussion on Tuesday March 3, 7pm, at Hammersmith Town Hall.


Hammersmith and Fulham Council working harder than ever to keep streets clean

H&F Council has been working harder than ever to ensure streets remain litter free thanks to its innovative Report It app.

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On the spot fines could be issued in crackdown on public urination

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is consulting on whether to introduce new powers allowing police to crackdown on public urination in Shepherds Bush.


Plan your visit to Emery Walker’s house before it closes for refurbishment

Hurry up art fans. You have from March 2 to the end of June before the house of the printer and collector, Sir Emery Walker, is closed for refurbishment.


New outreach project supports homeless victims of crime

A new project to help homeless victims of crime has launched in Hammersmith & Fulham.


Market trader caught with fake and dangerous goods

A Shepherds Bush Market trader was ordered to pay £5,000 and put under a curfew.


Watch out for scarlet fever

Parents are urged to be on the look-out for scarlet fever after an above expected increase in the disease across the country.

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Housing heavyweight to chair Residents' Housing Commission

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has announced that the Rt Hon Keith Hill, a former housing minister, will lead the borough’s new Residents’ Housing Commission.


Pupils display impressive body of work at exhibition

Greenside pupils proudly displayed their artwork at an exhibition open to the whole community.


Exciting new future for historic Hammersmith school

St Peter's primary school is transforming its future while paying tribute to its past.


Hammersmith and Fulham pupils are better prepared for the future

Schools in H&F are among the very best in the country at preparing pupils for the future.


Praise from inspectors as Fulham schools’ principal prepares to leave

Inspectors have praised Fulham College Boys’ School and Fulham Enterprise Studio.


Supermodel brings tale of slavery and betrayal to Fulham stage

Jodie Kidd and her father have brought a tragic tale about slavery, love and betrayal to the stage.


Council tenants organise Moving Forward Together conference

Council tenants in H&F are organising a conference to discuss issues that affect them.


Are you stuffocating under the weight of your stuff?

Is the list of things you need always mounting? Is that next acquisition driving you insane?

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The story of QPR told in new film

The highs and lows of Queens Park Ranger’s 133-year-history have been captured in a film.

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New film encouraging kids to get outdoors comes to White City

Do you remember the days before iPads and iPhones? Or more importantly, do our kids?

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Celebrated Norwegian play to be performed at Barons Court

A play exploring the themes of desire, freedom and marriage will be performed in Barons Court this April.

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Good Shepherd and Brackenbury crowned champions in skittleball clash

Youngsters competed to become this year’s skittleball champions at Hammersmith Town Hall.


Boost for Hammersmith and Fulham's Hammersmith Flyunder plans

H&F Council’s plans for a Hammersmith ‘flyunder’ are another step closer to reality.


Remember the days of old Fulham

The SW6 of yesteryear is celebrated in Old Fulham by former resident Francis Czucha.


West London hospitals still failing to hit targets

Hospitals across west London are still failing to hit targets for A&E waiting times.


Do you have what it takes to be a foster carer?

Residents keen to become foster carers can find out more at our drop-in sessions.

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Feedback needed on recycling services

H&F Council is seeking feedback from residents to help make improvements to its recycling services.

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Vacant properties targeted to ease housing crisis

Properties left empty for more than two years will face a premium on their council tax.


Dates set for public meetings in north west London health care inquiry

Dates have been set for public hearings into the future of hospital and NHS health care in west London which will be part of an in-depth inquiry led by one of the country’s leading barristers.

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Council looks to transfer control of council homes to residents

Tenants and leaseholders in H&F will be offered the opportunity to take more control of their homes.


Council funds for more bobbies than ever

There will soon be more H&F funded police officers protecting local residents.