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08:13, 7 NOV 2014
What's on for Half Term: Get pelted at the Brunel University 'colour dash'
Here are a few more suggestions of places to go to entertain kids and teenagers during half term week.
Bonfire Night: Your guide of where to see fireworks in west London this weekend
We've compiled a list of the best places to go to see fireworks in West London this weekend
Vigil outside Scotland Yard for 'murdered' student
After spying claims, mother of Brunel student Ricky Reel steps up her campaign again
West London dance music trio Concrete Disco launch debut album - for free
Concrete Disco - brothers and former Pinner residents Dom and Joe Berditch, and their friend Jonny Wharton, whose stage name is Jonny Falls Over - released their double LP Work For Your Living, Play For Your Life at the end of September
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Bm@il: BigFest was a busy, buzzy bundle of joy
Anyone who ventured into the High Street would have found themselves surrounded by dancers, singers, stilt walkers – and most importantly a great, buzzing, happy atmosphere.
West London duo prepare for Blind World Cup
Ealing and Hillingdon visually impaired cricketers out to conquer the world, writes Marios Papaloizou
Record number of entries for West London Business Awards.
Just over a week to wait until the judges announce their shortlist.
Watch: Brunel students plan colourful run to raise funds for Northwood hospice
Brunel University and Michael Sobell Hospice have teamed up to create #colourdash
SSHH! It's the student bus designed to let Brunel neighbours get their beauty sleep
The aims are to reduce noise and litter,and improve the safety of students when getting around Uxbridge at night.
Hillingdon Half-Marathon comes under starter's orders again
Organisers aiming for 1,000 entrants for flat, fast course around the borough
'Amazing' response to coffee shop-based open mic night in South Harrow
Organiser and barista Emmavie Mbongo set up the open mic night at Costa Coffee in Northolt Road, South Harrow, to raise cash for Costa Foundation
Place West London: Innovate to accumulate
Innovation is central to economic success and it’s something West London has a grand history in, writes Ross Sturley.
Brunel's Will Self critical of George Orwell
“Don't get me wrong. I like Orwell's writing as much as the next talented mediocrity"
Chiquito and Wagamama latest chains confirmed to open in Uxbridge
Both restaurants are expected to open in the town centre by the end of the year
A Clockwork Orange, condoms and the Crown and Treaty: some more Uxbridge facts from our readers
The town's been hitting the headlines amid speculation Boris Johnson could take the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat
DJ Chris Evans says no one knows where Uxbridge is - 10 things that put us on the map
Speculation about Boris's possible move to the borough is mounting, but the Radio 2 DJ says no one knows where it is. Unfathomable as that is, here's a handy list for the uninitiated...
Commonwealth Games: Silver medalist salutes Brunel influence
Decathlete Ashley Bryant believes his Uxbridge uni played a large part in his career
Commonwealth Games: Brunel sprinter is a true team player
Williams loving life in the thick of it in the athletes' village at Glasgow
Bob Marley holds the key to Hillingdon man's Commonwealth Games hopes
England rugby sevens full-back Marcus Watson uses reggae music to keep in the zone
Met Police officers were not tasked to spy on families like Ricky Reel's, says investigator, but intrusion did happen
“I was moved by the interviews with Mrs Reel last night, and that is why it is so important that we are all clear about the facts of what happened.”
Mother of student found dead in Thames was 'spied on by Met Police'
Ricky Reel died on a night out with friends in 1997 following apparent racist attack
Alex Henry family condemn joint enterprise law in BBC documentary
The documentary, Guilty by Association, also films interviews with murdered Ben Kinsella's family whose killers were brought to justice using the same law.
Latest planning applications submitted to Hillingdon Council
Find the latest plan apps for across the borough here
Cats and dogs cosy thanks to duvet donations
Dogs and cats being cared for by Hillingdon animal charities are sleeping soundly thanks to a special delivery from Hillingdon Council’s waste and recycling team.