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16:56, 9 JUN 2017
A look at the Hayes factory where Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was made, 50 years on
Copies of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band were made at the Old Vinyl Factory in Blyth Road
Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open new media academy in Hayes
The princes were given a surprise when the microphone commissioned for their great-grandfather's 'King's Speech' was dug out of the EMI archives
Freddie Mercury honoured with blue plaque at his childhood home
Sister and Queen band mate Brian May unveil English Heritage blue plaque outside the house where star Freddie Mercury grew up in Feltham
EMI sued over Hayes asbestos exposure which 'robbed father of his life'
The son of a worker at the music giant in Hayes claims his father was not warned about the deadly substance that left him in agony before his untimely death
15 west London places you didn't know were in your favourite movies
You might be surprised by how many of these places you've seen on the big screen
EMI are taking a trip down memory lane at Hayes Old Vinyl Factory
EMI want to make sure their historic home in Hayes is not forgotten by hosting a reunion
The Old Vinyl Factory
Firms sign up to move into Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes
Three businesses have signed deals to occupy space inside the building, which is being developed as part of a £250 million project
What Kevin Heard: When Stone the Crows made their impact
Music reviewer Kevin Bryan recommends another helping of great music from yesteryear that readers make like to download for the first time or listen to again.
Ambulance driver goes from A&E to the radio studio
Steve Hickman plays music to Hillingdon Hospital patients - often those he has brought in himself
Video: Old Vinyl Factory building transformed in stunning street art takeover
Street artists were commissioned to paint the run-down Powerhouse at the Old Vinyl Factory with bold colours and designs
Lazy Hammock and her band will be waking up The Elgin
The artist, who is described as 'haunting similar to Sade', will be playing a one-off gig in Ladbrooke Grove on November 15
What Kevin Heard: A criminally gifted singer-songwriter
If there was any semblance of natural justice left in this benighted world Tom Russell would have become a star of major proportions long long ago.
Council promises Hayes Festival to be 'best ever'
Hayes Carnival takes place on Saturday 13 July with the theme 'I heart Hayes' - celebrating the past, present and future of the area.
Billion boost to Hayes properties with Crossrail
CROSSRAIL could add £1.25billion to property in Hayes and other west London areas on the route in the next decade, according to new research.
What Kevin Heard: 25th anniversary of REM debut
R.E.M. “Green” (Rhino Records)-
World first for The Old Vinyl Factory?
A ‘WORLD first’ programme to give start-up firms access to product development resources, investors and the market is being lined up for Hayes.
What Kevin Heard: Ceolbeg, Electronic and Billy Boy Arnold
Ceolbeg, "Collected" (Greentrax CDTRAX 374)- Many of Scotland's finest folk musicians have passed through Ceolbeg's ranks over the years, and "Collected" showcases the cream of this essentially part-time outfit's highly regarded back catalogue. The late Davy Steele's rare gifts as a songwriter are well represented by two of his finest creations,"Farewell Tae The Haven" and "See The People Run," and the innovative sextet's instrumental prowess also illuminates a stylish assortment of slow airs, jigs and hornpipes culled from the six albums that the various incarnations of the band recorded together.
Your letters this week (March 20)
Danger from raised paving stones
Your letters this week (January 13)
Where, Don, are these facilities?
John McDonnell MP: Hopeful of opportunities in 2013
A new year message to Gazette readers by John McDonnell MP for Hayes and Harlington.
Celebrating Hayes musical heritage
Calling the Tune: EMI Hayes on Film will showcase rare footage kept in EMI’s archive that has not been made public, featuring some of the label’s world-famous artists.
The Old Vinyl Factory planning consent 'historic for Hayes'
THE OLD Vinyl Factory regeneration in Hayes is one step closer to becoming a reality after the project was overwhelming endorsed by councillors.
Homes, jobs and EMI museum to re-inject town life
DEVELOPERS are holding their breath as a key element of the regeneration of Hayes goes before planners.
Your letters this week (November 21)
Why sirens in the early hours?