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12:53, 30 SEP 2013
Bin bag campaign effective
A DIY poster campaign in Hayes town centre aimed at preventing people putting their bin bags out early seems to be doing the trick.
Mayor visits Muslim Centre for Ramadan meal
MUSLIMS breaking their fast last night (Thursday) greeted the mayor of Hillingdon at Hayes Muslim Centre.
Southall reporter gets award from homeless charity
A GAZETTE reporter received an award last week for his efforts in helping the community in Southall and beyond.
Fanning the spark of community spirit in the Heathrow Villages
VILLAGERS in Harmondsworth and Sipson are full of praise for their community development officer.
Your letters (August 8)
Appreciation for work of volunteers
Hayes the Olympic Torch Gateway for Hillingdon
Crowds lined North Hyde Road yesterday afternoon, waving Union Jack flags and revelling in the party atmosphere, thanks to Hayes FM’s live broadcast and the sunshine.
Youngsters want more action on litter louts
Youngsters have called for more action on littering in their town centre.
Campaign to open up Hayes High Street
HAYES Town traders and shoppers have started a campaign calling for the high street to be fully opened up to traffic.
Hillingdon community mourns street sleeper
MORE than 50 people attended the funeral of homeless man John Dickinson to pay their respects.
Funeral date set for Hayes street sleeper
THE funeral of a well-liked homeless man in Hayes Town who died of natural causes will be held next Thursday (9).
Sadness at death of Neighbourhood Watch stalwart
Ken MacGregor, of Charlton Close, Ickenham, died on Thursday last week at Hillingdon Hospital aged 82.
Church sets carol singing record
A CHURCH in Hayes helped set a new carol singing world record on Sunday.
Local carol singers join in world record attempt
A church in Hayes helped set a new carol singing world record on Sunday (18).
Updates: Disorder in Hillingdon
TWENTY-SIX people have been arrested following vandalism and small scale looting in Hayes, Hillingdon Council has reported.
Letters: Dave's community work is tireless
NO ONE deserves the award of community champion more than David Brough (Community Champion gets on with the work, Gazette, July 13).
'Hillingdon Heroes' honoured at awards ceremony
HILLINGDON'S unsung heroes who defied adversity or went beyond the call of duty were invited to step into the spotlight at our Local Heroes awards ceremony.
Local Heroes awards winners revealed
HILLINGDON'S unsung heroes who defied adversity or went beyond the call of duty were invited to step into the spotlight at our Local Heroes awards ceremony tonight (7).
Local Heroes awards to be revealed tomorrow
FINALISTS in this year's Local Heroes awards will learn their fate at a glittering gala awards ceremony tomorrow (7) night.
Tributes paid to former Hillingdon Mayor Michael Craxton
FORMER Hillingdon Mayor Michael Craxton, who worked tirelessly to raise the profile of the arts in the borough during the 70s and 80s, has died.
Mountain of rubbish makes statement in Hayes
HAYES town centre became a dumping ground last week, to make a statement about the huge amounts of litter being dropped.
Local Heroes shortlisted nominees announced
THE judging panel for this year's Local Heroes awards made some difficult decisions on Friday (10) as the standard of nominations proved to be higher than ever before.
Hayes and Harlington station to receive £800k overhaul
HAYES and Harlington Rail Station is to get a £800,000 overhaul, with work due to start in two weeks.
Letters: Eighty per cent in favour of spit fines
ON BEHALF of Hayes Town Partnership, I would like to applaud the action by Hillingdon Council in introducing on-the-spot fines for spitting in public places (see previous letter).
Narrowboat dock is first step in bringing canal back to life
PLANS to regenerate the canal bank in Hayes Town have progressed after Hillingdon Council approved a narrowboat dock.