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Review: Better than most — Rosiek and Sanou perform in London Special

The young musicians Dominika Anna Rosiek (violin) and Miho Sanou (piano) gave a performance of the Franck Sonata for Violin and Piano in A and of Sarasate's Zigeuenerweisen at St Barnabas' Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, on 15 February.

Jonathan Oates on unsolved murder most foul Special

London - Our favourite Borough Archivist, historian and author is back with another tale of murder most foul, and a suggestion as to whodunnit. Vera Page was killed 80 years ago this month.

Op-Ed: Britain's police — The dead, the nearly dead, and the braindead

London - A police officer is killed on the motorway; one has his throat slashed by a psychopath and survives; and a third is sacked for mishandling emergency calls.

Local history is Oates so simple

If you live in London and are interested in local history, check out these lectures from an expert, Jonathan Oates, the Archivist for the London Borough of Ealing.

Man violently assaulted in Ealing riots on Monday night has died

London - The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that a 68-year old man injured during the riots in Ealing on Monday night has died in hospital.

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Detectives investigating the serious assault of a man during the violent disorder in Ealing on the n...
Detectives investigating the serious assault of a man during the violent disorder in Ealing on the night of Monday the 8th of August, have released a CCTV still of a suspect. This CCTV still shows a man suspected of carrying out the assault. He is described as a black man with a big build wearing a white t-shirt with writing on the front and dark coloured jumper over his shoulders. This clip is close to the scene and after the attack. In this clip his jumper is over his shoulders and his t-shi
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