H&F Council is calling on the government not to cause misery for residents by expanding Heathrow after the scheme was backed by a controversial report into airport capacity.
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Angry and confused residents are given robust backing by H&F Council.
More than 15,000 people descended on Fulham’s North End Road to soak up the sunshine and good times at the Summer Market on 27 June.
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The fruit and veg on sale at North End Road Market inspired some eye-catching artwork.
The sound of children’s laughter will return to a Shepherds Bush street in July.
Health bosses will discuss a contentious hospital merger that could affect health services for thousands of residents.
Summer in the City includes hundreds of summer events, groups, camps and clubs.
Residents are being urged to come forward and work hand-in-hand with H&F Council.
Bring your strawberries and pull up a deckchair! The volleys, rallies, lobs and backhands of Wimbledon fortnight can be viewed on the big screen in Lyric Square, Hammersmith.
A special public meeting will be held on 7 July to discuss the future of council housing in the borough.
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New paintings by locally-based Inge Schlaile’s are on show during the long summer evenings.
After nine years at the helm of the Lyric, Jessica Hepburn is to stand down.
Askew Road librarian and radio wizard Vernal Wright invites you to enjoy his new book of poetry.
The first UK outpost of an educational play destination has launched at Westfield London.
Tacos that taste ‘like grandmother’s cooking’ have proved a runaway success for an eatery in Shepherds Bush hailed as the Mexican restaurant of the year.
Girls’ football has received a major boost thanks to a partnership between a Hammersmith club and a team of enthusiastic sports professionals.
A spectacular day of competitive athletics at the Linford Christie Stadium resulted in a goldrush of medals for winning youngsters.
Ben Rivers would never suggest the former BBC headquarters in White City is a cultural wasteland.
A volunteer project to help improve health and wellbeing is celebrating its first birthday.
More than 350 residents so far have let H&F know their views on 20 mph speed limit plans.
Hammersmith & Fulham Council is writing to Transport for London calling for a rethink on plans to alter an important bus route that serves Fulham.
Artistic youngsters have drawn colourful designs on canvas bags celebrating North End Road market to be sold at its traffic-free event this weekend.
Young dance students stunned their audience with a diverse range of performances.
A benefit fraudster caught by H&F officers has been jailed for seven years.
Chelsea pensioners, schoolchildren and the Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham all looked on as two Armed Forces Day flags were raised above Hammersmith Town Hall on Monday.
The borough’s food bank has opened a new collection point at Hammersmith Town Hall as part of a big push to support local food banks as well as attack the causes of food poverty.
Some of H&F's best buildings were celebrated in the Hammersmith Society’s annual awards.
A unique restaurant has set sail on a mission to become a regular Hammersmith haunt.
A fun-packed day for all the family will be held in Hammersmith & Fulham's Ravenscourt Park on 5 August in celebration of national Playday.
The BBC has sold its Media Village site in White City, and a stunning new commission by filmmaker and artist Ben Rivers will open this week.
H&F Council is calling on residents to attend information events over the coming months.
Health bosses have been criticised for pushing through a hospitals merger.
Residents are being asked to share their views about crime and anti-social behaviour to help ensure H&F Council, the police and other services are focusing on the most important local issues.
The NHS is planning to move its stroke unit from the ‘outdated’ St Mary’s to Charing Cross.
Almost three million pounds has been returned to the public purse.
Free walking tours will highlight the history and culture of Fulham and Shepherds Bush.
Residents relieved after plans to build a 16-storey tower refused by H&F Council.
A West Kensington grandmother has spent nearly 30 years fostering children.
Brave volunteers needed to fly down a wire at high speed to raise money for a primary school.
New parents will soon have the option to register their child's birth at a children’s centre.
H&F Council launches a bold and innovative approach to revolutionise housing in the borough.
Residents are being urged to keep a look out for poisonous caterpillars in parts of the borough.
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