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16:00, 27 AUG 2017
Crowds gather for 'unique' and 'charismatic' Second World War veteran's funeral
Peter Chesney joined the military at the ages of 18 and took part in the two month Battle of Caen in August 1944, before fighting his way through France, Holland and then into Germany
Asda in South Ruislip: Hundreds of people queue for grand opening of £49m superstore
The supermarket is part of a £49m redevelopment of the old Arla dairy site
Hillingdon Council elects new Mayor for the borough
An Ickenham ward councillor takes the mayoralty and shares his aims for the forthcoming year
'Power to the people' says Save Our Northwood chairman following positive meeting with TfL
During a meeting in parliament, Transport for London (TfL) agreed an dream U-turn promising not to sell off the land in Station Approach which was earmarked for a Sainsbury's
No compromise in battle against Sainsbury's
CAMPAIGNERS against plans for a Sainsbury’s in Northwood have hardened their tactics and declared ‘no compromise, total victory’.
Joel street plans thrown out by council
PLANS to open a nursery and make changes to a listed building on Joel Street Farm were unanimously dismissed by councillors.
Latest plans for Eastcote eyesore rejected
AN ‘EYESORE’ is still no closer to being redeveloped after Hillingdon Council rejected plans to knock it down and replace it with a block of flats.
Council under fire for plan errors
HILLINGDON Council has come under fire from Eastcote residents after it admitted a planning approval was based on faulty drawings.
Royal Mail staff shortages hit deliveries again say residents
FRUSTRATED residents in Northwood say staff shortages at Royal Mail mean they are receiving postal deliveries as little as four times a week, and as late as 10.20pm on some days.
Records show how hard councillors are working for you
dents for spending time in India, has a 100 per cent record.
Councillor who quit over U-turn rejoins planning
A councillor who resigned from a planning committee after becoming disillusioned with its actions has chosen to rejoin.
Second councillor resigns as nursery row continues
The fallout from a planning meeting row over the future of a nursery has claimed another victim.