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ESPORTA TAKES £4 MILLION HIT ON RIVERSIDE CLUB - A hostile takeover looms for the sports club group after it revealed a massive write off because of a deterioration in the market for resaleable memberships at the Riverside and poor growth in new members.

DEATH OF CYCLIST PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON SAFETY - Plans for improved routes fail to impress local cyclists who are asking why is cycling banned in Chiswick Business Park

ENFORCEMENT NOTICE TO BE SERVED ON CAFFE NERO - The local planning committee has decided that the coffee shop does not have the necessary planning permission to operate.

WEEK OF TRAFFIC CHAOS AHEAD - Rail strikes likely to make the roads around Chiswick severely congested.

NEW MEMBERS SAVE TRADERS ASSOCIATION - The Chiswick Traders' Association has managed to stave off disaster with the appointment of two new committee members.

WILLIAM HOGARTH GETS PERMANENT HEAD TEACHER - Cathy Driscoll has been given the job at the new school, a post she accepted "without hesitation."

IT'S A MINI DISASTER - Foxton's marketing wheeze unwittingly highlights the level of parking on residential streets by users of Chiswick Business Park.

CHISWICK LIBRARY TO BE TRANSFORMED - A massive project to redevelop Chiswick library into a "state of the art" facility has been approved by the Council. There is a public meeting about the library this week.

NEW LIFEBOAT SERVICE LAUNCHED AT CHISWICK - A new station equipped with a lifeboat capable of 40 knots means that there is now a 24 hour rescue service on the river at Chiswick.

FOUR HUNDRED LOCAL JOBS COULD BE LOST - An ambitious attempt to establish the world's first broadband television service in Chiswick has ended in failure.

HARTINGTON COURT UNDER THREAT - Redevelopment plans to be consider by Hounslow Council this month.

DOUBLE BLOW FOR CHISWICK COMMUTERS - Just as figures were released showing that more than one in four trains on the South West Trains network don't arrive within 5 minutes of schedule, users of Chiswick train station will again have a strike to contend with this week.

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