News index

News index

February 2011

28/02/2011 - Italian restaurant fined for flytipping

24/02/2011 - Bills frozen as 27m budget savings agreed

23/02/2011 - Residents have say on Get HF Moving

22/02/2011 - New park plans revealed

22/02/2011 - Archive reading room to remain open

22/02/2011 - Expect delays for water works

22/02/2011 - Kieron wins cooking crown

21/02/2011 - Market street gets road improvements

21/02/2011 - Palais plans go through

21/02/2011 - Get clued up

21/02/2011 - Fulham school helps bridge the gap

21/02/2011 - Market plans unveiled

18/02/2011 - Get a free composter

17/02/2011 - Gas full of hot air

16/02/2011 - Super sewer closer as consultation ends

16/02/2011 - Top cop retires

16/02/2011 - Olympic cycling comes to Fulham

16/02/2011 - Fulham free school for boys

15/02/2011 - New site ideas for Free School

15/02/2011 - Allowances to be frozen for third year running

15/02/2011 - Get set for Boat Race

14/02/2011 - Personal Best volunteering success

11/02/2011 - Linford Christie Centre set for revamp

10/02/2011 - New employment course opens

10/02/2011 - New adventure for community cafe

10/02/2011 - Parents charity take over Playhouse

09/02/2011 - New schools boost choice

09/02/2011 - Brooks Blues Bar back in borough

09/02/2011 - Love match for SW6 derby day

09/02/2011 - Maritime auction in West Kensington is knot bad

09/02/2011 - Spice Girls biographer David Sinclair on his own band

09/02/2011 - New tennis courts open at Bishops Park

09/02/2011 - Schoolgirl has painting in Saatchi Gallery

08/02/2011 - Flagship councils unveil plans to combine services

08/02/2011 - Anger over tube ticket office changes

08/02/2011 - Residents get promise over Earls Court plan

08/02/2011 - Basement flooding work starts

08/02/2011 - Coppers cop retires

08/02/2011 - Residents help drive down crime

08/02/2011 - Clubbing together for cars

08/02/2011 - Council launches transport campaign

04/02/2011 - Sign up for the Culture Diary

02/02/2011 - Bomb disposal expert wins Mayoral award