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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Southern
14:30, 1 OCT 2013
New Hayes Asda could create 400 jobs
AN ASDA superstore proposed for a run-down industrial estate in Hayes Town could create some 400 local jobs, but at what cost to local traders?
For Sipson villagers the struggle continues
SIPSON village is used to fighting - but as hundreds move out of the village to escape the devastation caused by years of blight, what about those left behind?
Hayes a dumping ground?
THE bulk of the borough's rubbish could be managed in Hayes.
Outstanding courage and dedication - honouring our police
POLICEMEN and women who showed outstanding courage, dedication and determination were rewarded for their efforts at the annual Borough Commander's Awards.
Sigh of relief as Crossrail escapes spending cuts
NEWS of Crossrail's survival in the government's spending review has been hailed as a triumph for the borough, with the man tasked with promoting Hayes Town describing it as a 'beacon of light'.
Job worry as biscuit maker talks to Chinese
UNITED Biscuits is on the verge of being taken over by a Chinese food company, according to reports.
Top IT company moves to Hayes
A LEADING technology company are to base their European headquarters at the Hyde Park Hayes business park, it has been announced.
Their contribution was immense
THE September 1 edition of the Gazette reported the community celebration in Sipson to mark the defeat of the proposed third runway at Heathrow (A great feeling: No third runway).
Farewell to officer who made this town safer
HAYES Town last week said goodbye to a police officer who has helped to make the centre a safer place.
Cool response to grand 'economic hub' plan
GRAND plans to transform Hayes and West Drayton into the economic hub of the borough have met with a mixed response.
Refusal of new bus service 'cuts off a lifeline to club'
A THRIVING club has been left out in the cold after its latest bid for a bus route was rejected.
Tory tells LBC rail project is 'uncertain'
CONSERVATIVE uncertainty about the future of Crossrail has brought dire warnings about how it will affect Hayes.
Gasworks plan approved
THE widely unpopular Southall gasworks plans were approved at a public hearing where they were described as 'a disaster for Hayes Town'.
Pressure for pump lane bus service
AN ISOLATED working men's club campaigning for the provision of a bus route has drawn up a petition in a renewed bid to solve the travelling woes of its elderly members.
Big turnout as christmas lights go on
THE Hayes Christmas tree lights were switched on last week in an understated and intimate ceremony.
We should avoid generalisations
YOU reported that the dispersal zone for Hayes Town has been extended for another six months and the headline was 'Zone to keep out yobs extended' (Hayes &Harlington Gazette, November 11).
Three cheers for PCSO Jo Williams
ON BEHALF of Hayes Town Business Forum and Hayes Town Partnership, we would like to place on record our thanks for the outstanding work of one of our local police community support officers, Jo Williams.
Thanks to town's heroic PCSO Maz
WE WOULD like to place on record our thanks to one of the Hayes Town police community support officers who is leaving to begin training to become a fully-fledged police officer.
'Ban this legal street drug'
A STREET drug popular with the Somali community in Hayes is fuelling anti-social behaviour in the area, according to a community leader.
Council to fight 'mini-town' plan
A DEVELOPMENT of 3,700 homes and a large retail park that could spell chaos for Hayes is being formally opposed by Hillingdon Council.
Partnership being seen in action
MANY thanks for the excellent report on the front page of the Hayes Gazette about the work of the Hayes Town Partnership since its relaunch last year (Clean-up turns town around, Gazette, July 1).
Police teams are doing a great job
I HAVE not long returned home after going on patrol with the Botwell Safer Neighbourhood Team, and your readers may be interested to hear about the experience.
Greenhouses for healthy schools
PUPILS at a primary school will now be able to grow their own plants thanks to a new £22,000 greenhouse.
Beggar given an ASBO
A BEGGAR has been prevented from entering Hayes town centre after repeatedly getting drunk and harassing passers-by for money.