Meena Toor

Multimedia editor and data journalist


Council and Police successfully move on travellers
The Chiswick Herald newspaper covering news and featuring property, sport and local events in Chiswick West London
Chiswick Herald
The Hounslow Community FoodBox, has received two deliveries over two weeks of food donated by volunteers working with the Grenfell Project
Quiz: Have you lost touch with nature?
New research reveals 69% of British people feel out of touch with natural habitats. Take our test to see if Chiswick can beat the national figures!
London police get life-saving defibrillators
The Chiswick Herald newspaper covering news and featuring property, sport and local events in Chiswick West London
Hounslow murderer faces life-imprisonment
At 4pm on that day, Marvyn Iheanacho, 39, took Alex to see a friend to get a DVD, after spending the day with his girlfriend and mother to Alex, Liliya Breha

Ealing Gazette Newspaper, Get West London (Trinity Mirror Southern Ltd)

University lecturer's hunger strike to save Iranian hostages
Sia Rajabi and five other Iranians have protested outside the US Embassy since September 1, writes Meena Toor A university lecturer has been on hunger strike for 12 weeks in...
Ealing Hospital campaigners 'devastated' by judicial review failure
Ealing Council leader Julian Bell insists the borough put forward 'strong arguments' for Ealing Hospital to retain its A&E, writes Meena Toor . Ealing Council leader Julian Bell...
Thousands expected in Trafalgar Square for pig cookery event
TV chefs will join staff from London restaurants to demonstrate meals and raise awareness of food wastage, writes Meena Toor Celebrity chefs Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstal and...
Young Ealing Column: Tips on choosing the right career
THIS summer young people thinking about choosing a career were able to get advice and answers to their questions from Asian professionals at the Sikh Camp event.
Colourful Southall celebration marks Lord Krishna's birthday
SOUTHALL was awash with colour as a procession to mark the birthday of Lord Krishna ran through its streets.
Angellica Bell opens Ealing's summer games
TV PRESENTER Angellica Bell 'returned home' to Ealing at the weekend to launch the free summer games, organised by Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.

Ealing Today Newspaper, Acton W3 (Neighbour Net Group)

Planning Say Yes - Residents Shout No!
Ealing Council's planning committee voted in favour of two proposals, which left campaigners and residents shouting “political suicide” and “shame on you” in outrage from the...
Sibling Celebration in Southall
Many residents in Southall recently observed Rakhi - a festival celebrating the relationship between brother and sister - with a number of shops on the Southall Broadway and...
What Next for Save Our Hospital Campaign?
Ealing Council leader and campaign group have explained the next steps for Ealing residents following the unsuccessful ruling by the High Court judge for a Judicial Review. Some...
Ealing Joins Freecycle Event
On Saturday 3rd August, Ealing Cycling Campaign guided 130 experienced and non-experienced cyclists into London for Prudential Freecycle’s free cycling event. Ealing Safer...
Shakespeare in The Garden
There are times when you go to an event and you receive a memorable experience. Shakespeare in the Garden offered an accomplished piece, with comforting touches of rich...
Potters Amazing Fleas and Lightning Under The Waves
Director David Hovatter is known for using lots of physical movement, object metamorphosis, few props, strategic lighting tricks and great dialogue in his devised work. And the...
Man Dies After Northolt Flat Fire
21 firefighters at scene of blaze last night
Fun and Games at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre
The One Show (and former CBBC) TV presenter Angellica Bell, opened the summer games in Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, staying to play giant croquet, penny arcade and jenga...
On The Razzle By Tom Stoppard
Meena Toor reviews The Questors production
'Don't Pension Off The NHS'
Health Service marks birthday this week with series of events
Outdoor Cinema in Ealing
The American trend of outdoor cinema has finally arrived in London. In its first year, Nomad Cinema came to Ealing to give local residents a pop-up cinema experience as part of...
Swapping Tennis For Treasure
Wimbledon’s exciting final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic was on Sunday and you’d be forgiven for thinking most of the country were at home (or in a pub) cheering on the...
Thousands Pack Southall For Vaisakhi
Meena Toor explains what it was all about
NHS Birthday Brings Campaigners Out In Force
Meena Toor looks at events over the weekend and views from three campaigners on how they will be affected by the proposed NHS changes.
'The United' Rock Ealing
Meena Toor finds out more about this new Euro band
Green Mango Café Reopens After a Long Struggle
Riots were beginning of nightmare for owner of Asian fusion café
Pop Up - Pop Down
Ealing's first Town Hall market flops

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