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Last day to register to vote

There are fewer than 20 days to go until voters go to the polls to elect members of Parliament for the two constituencies in the borough: Hammersmith and Chelsea & Fulham. Residents have until Monday April 20 to register to vote.

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General Election 2015 candidates officially announced

Nominations have now closed in the battle to become one of the borough’s two MPs.

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Hammersmith Flyover latest

The flyover will be closed westbound from 10.30pm on Friday until 5am on Monday morning.

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Bees, bikes and beans among spring activities on offer from gardening charity

A range of fun activities are being hosted by Hammersmith Community Gardens Association.

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Detectives' smart use of CCTV helps to jail Westfield lift attack thug

Smart use of CCTV footage helped jail a man who violently battered his partner.

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Fears growing for missing Hammersmith college student

Police in Hammersmith & Fulham say they are increasingly concerned for a missing 19-year-old woman.

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Boat Race breaks records

Record numbers of spectators flocked to Fulham to watch history being made.

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Fulham flower show

The Fulham Floral Art Group are all about the three F’s – flowers, friendship and fun.

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Charity ‘upcycles’ salvaged furniture into bespoke objects of desire

It’s amazing how a little love and lick of paint can breathe new life into an old item of furniture. And one Shepherds Bush charity has specialised in doing just that.

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Korean BBQ delights dished up on Fulham Road at popular new eatery

A mother and daughter team has brought a taste of Korean home cooking to the south of the borough which is already proving popular with residents.

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Inspirational school wins £100,000 for its work with autistic pupils

Queensmill School has won a £100,000 prize for its work transforming children’s lives.

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Childcare and the work of the youth council among topics at public meeting

The findings of a taskforce scrutinising childcare in the borough will be discussed.

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Disability charity looks back fondly on 20 years in Fulham

A charity is hosting one final event at its Fulham home of more than 20 years before relocating.

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Residents invited to say goodbye to 'Mr Hammersmith'

A thanksgiving service will be held this week in memory of Bill Smith, former H&F councillor.

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Commemorative stone to be laid in Fulham for Victoria Cross recipient

The bravery of a Fulham soldier 100 years ago will be marked by the laying of a commemorative stone.

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Look at me! Hammersmith and Fulham named as extrovert capital of Britain

H&F has been named in a recent study as Great Britain’s hot spot for extroverts.

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Skate Off competition in Bishop's Park was a knockout

Skateboarders, bladers and BMXers went head-to-head at the Bishop’s Park Skate Bowl.

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Vandalised cemetery statues returned after repair

Statues in Fulham cemeteries that were damaged by vandalism have been repaired.

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Hello, hello! The friendly ambassador of Hammersmith is here

Hammersmith’s very own redcoat has been helping people make the most of the area.

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Youngsters get passionate about politics at Children's Parliament

Youngsters from 10 local primary schools gave speeches and debated with each other.

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Bush Babies get tuned in to the classics

Shepherds Bush babies tuned into to the sounds of classical music on a dreary Monday morning.

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ParaGames tennis squad takes gold

Athletes with learning difficulties celebrate bagging gold at the London Youth Games.

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Council calls on arts groups to join this year’s ArtsFest fun

Residents and artists can look forward to a summer arts jamboree across Hammersmith & Fulham – as HF ArtsFest will spread art of all kinds across the borough from June 8-14.

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Unscrupulous landlord ordered to pay nearly £25,000

A dodgy landlord who put his tenants in danger has been forced to pay almost £25,000 in fines and costs.

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Young people re-elect leader of youth parliament

Young people were chosen to represent Hammersmith & Fulham at a ceremony this week.

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Piccadilly Circus inspires young artists

The bustle of Piccadilly Circus inspired St Stephen's pupils to create works of art.

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Princess Anne visits Sulgrave Youth Club in Shepherds Bush

The Sulgrave Youth Club opened its doors to Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne, earlier this month.

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Brackenbury and Normand Croft battle for Mayor’s Cup football trophies

Two closely fought finals took place in blazing sunshine in Hurlingham Park.

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Girls and boys invited to try out for borough's junior football team

A grant from the Football Association has given H&F the chance to set up a football team.

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Teams wanted for Fulham youth football tournament

Youth football teams are invited to take part in a one-off tournament at Fulham Boys School in Mund Street.

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Pay your council tax – and win £25,000

Sign up to pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000!

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Good Shepherd swimmers make a splash at gala

Good Shepherd pupils made a splash by getting top spot in their 2015 swimming gala.

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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.

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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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