That Was The Year That Was

Some top stories you might have missed from Ealing in 2013

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Property and local development stories featured highly in 2013. Crime will alway be of interest but doesn't feature quite as high as perhaps might have been expected.

Below are the most read stories from Ealing Today of 2013 (according to google analytics)

1) All Change at Arcadia

2)Ealing Property Market at Peak

3)Construction Crane Collapses at Dickens Yard

4)The Latest News on Ealing's Cinema

5)The Warren Farm - QPR 'giveaway'

6)Teenager Injured After Stabbing in West Ealing

7)Towering Over Ealing

8) Body in Elthorne Park

9)Another Dirty Ealing Restaurant Fined

10)Man Threatens to Jump From Building in West Ealing


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West Ealing Home Price Record Broken
House in Mortimer Road becomes W13's most expensive

It's Snow Time!
Ealing experiences the white stuff for first time in 2013

Pensioner's Body Lay Undiscovered for Six Months
Family seek help in mystery of Betty Walsh


Fury Over Labour Politician's Plans for Million Pound House
Neighbours say extensions detrimental to conservation area

Expelled Councillor Defects to UKIP
Former Tory representative changes allegiance


We're Back! Riot Damaged Shop Finally Reopens
19 months after the Ealing riots local shopkeepers serve again

Council In Hot Water Over Fostering Leaflet
Nick Clegg criticises Ealing after linking fostering to 'bedroom tax' avoidance


Should The Flags Be Lowered?
Conservative anger over Council 'lack of respect'

Council Seek Judicial Review on Hospital Closures
Rally this weekend as Council decide to take legal action


green mango cafe ealing

Ealing Property Prices Set New Records
'Family home shortage' and Crossrail driving up home values in area

Teenagers Jailed For Greenford Pensioner Killing
Attacked two 'elderly vulnerable' women

Hearing Finds Councillor's Blog Comments were Offensive
Benjamin Dennehy dismisses accusation of racism amid calls for his resignation

Green Mango Cafe Reopens After a Long Struggle
Ealing riots were beginning of nightmare for owner of Asian fusion cafe


Killer Gets Life For 'Cold Blooded' Double Shooting in West Ealing
Daniel Bidace will serve a minimum 42 years

Big Plans For Ealing's Cinema Quarter
Land Securities reveal more details

Ghost Riders Take One Last Trip
Bus dubbed as completely pointless is scrapped


Magic Numbers Star Records Tribute CD With Local School
Oaklands primary make music after tragic death of pupil

Ealing's Police Chief Will Not Face Charges
But remains suspended pending internal investigation

'Go Home or Get Arrested' Say Home Office
Crackdown on illegal immigrants in Ealing


Ealing Man Froze to Death in Greenland
Philip Goodeve-Docker died on charity trek

Murder At Southall Fair
Man killed and two others stabbed

Judge's Decision 'Body Blow' For Hospital Campaign
Ealing Council's request for judicial review of plans denied


Assault at Northfields Station
Supervisor attacked - can you help find these men?

Ealing Tube 'Geek' Enters World Records
Fastest time for getting round all London underground stations


Ealing's Olympic Legacy
Ealing Half Marathon 2013 - a great day

'Go Home or Face Arrest' Adverts Banned
Adverts misleading but not offensive say watchdog

The Warren Farm - QPR 'Giveaway'
Judicial review of 'privatisation' of public asset sought

Ealing And Charing Cross 'Saved' For Now
But still confusion over future of the A+E departments


Unexploded Bomb on Elthorne Avenue
Witnesses report hearing 'controlled' explosion

Ealing Property Market at New Peak
Average terrace house now well over half a million

From Meadowhall To Ealing Broadway
British Land become the sole owners

New Look For Ealing Broadway Station
Crossrail submit proposals for major improvements


Ealing's 'Rubbish' Christmas Tree
Council defend cost of unusual creation made from plastic bottles

Politician Loses Haven Green Planning Appeal
Planning Inspector agrees proposed extension 'unacceptable'

Construction Crane Collapses at Dickens Yard
Hugh structure crashes into half completed building


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30th December 2013