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Rail passengers praised for patience after bank holiday disruption

Rail bosses have warned of further disruption over the next bank holiday weekend as preparations for Crossrail and other services continue

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round Up: Be in with a chance to win £500!

Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's  latest round-up of live music in an around Hillingdon Borough

Getwestlondon round-up - Your top five stories from last week

From tragedy, to tourism to next year’s London Marathon, to top stories you were reading and sharing

Students to perform a flashmob in Uxbridge to raise awareness of Autism Dance Day

Street dance teacher Jonathon Baron has set up a flashmob in Uxbridge to raise awareness of the annual Autism Dance Day

Two more arrests made in Hayes park murder investigation

Six people were previously arrested on suspicion of murdering Uxbridge man Harjit Singh Dulai in a Hayes park

John McDonnell's aide steps down after anti-Semitic Facebook post apology

Naz Shah MP resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Shadow Chancellor and apologised for the offence her Facebook posts caused

Unions protest at Victoria Station as Southern Railway strikes begin

Unions protest at Victoria station, using a dramatic image of a woman being dragged by a train as an example of why conductors are striking

Hayes man admits public knife threat but denies stabbing man in the stomach

Neighbours at the Hayes address felt 'unsafe' after Hayes Easter weekend stabbing which saw a 36-year-old man stabbed in the stomach

Traffic 'carnage' in Hayes and Southall after car, bus and lorry collide

'Horrendous' tailbacks were reported after the multi-vehicle crash near the Bulls Bridge Tesco Extra store

Ealing Council demolish building on proposed care home site after owner failed to stick to approved plans

Permission for the building was given in 2012 but on inspection the council found the owner did not comply with the approved plans

Hayes betting shop that showed live sport for customers illegally learns expensive lesson

Find out which bookies was forced to pay nearly £500 for avoiding a £145 TV licence bill

Back Heathrow advert banned for false claims that 'community supports expansion'

Back Heathrow under fire from the Advertising Standards Authority after twisting figures to falsely announce that 60% of residents supported third runway

Drones banned and military aircraft spotted ahead of US President visit

Hillingdon residents spotted the aircraft flying overhead and near RAF Northolt, ahead of Barack Obama's visit, which has resulted in a drone ban

Lucky police find wanted man in Hayes by chance after a disturbance call

The man, 36, will be sent back to prison after he was found hiding in a property in Hayes

Controversial ban on motorists turning into Ealing road to start on Monday

The move to ban motorists from turning into the road is claimed to be a way of easing congestion

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

Hayes super-flyweight Ramesh Ahmadi looking to make it six out of six at York Hall

Boxer is set to take on Jason Booth, the Nottingham veteran who's won British titles at two weights and challenged for world honours

Ten times the national average rate of building on greenbelt in Hillingdon

A total of 40% of new residential builds in the borough were on the green belt in 2014 and 2015, despite promises that "preserving green spaces is a council priority"

Gymnasts trained by Britain's Got Talent winner bring international gold medal back to Hillingdon

Spelbound's BGT winning frontman, Alex Uttley, trained youngsters from Hillingdon Gymnastics Club

Hayes residents have a chance to speak out on the future of former Nestlé site

Property developers SEGRO would like to team up with Barratt London to deliver over 1,000 homes at the famous old coffee factory

Heathrow drops to sixth place in list of world's busiest airports

Pro-expansion campaigners say the airport will continue to slide down the list until a third runway is sanctioned

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round-Up: According To You come to Hillingdon with their 'lively arsenal of catchy songs'

Hayes FM DJ Hughie Dixon's tips on live music you can see in the Hillingdon borough this weekend

Hayes and Harlington MP to join Jeremy Corbyn on stage in unusual Glastonbury line-up

Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell will join Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn at the popular festival to address the thousands attending

Hefty fine for filthy Hayes takeaway with RAT droppings in kitchen

Hot & Spicy, a Halal takeaway in Coldharbour Lane, was found with rat droppings in the kitchen and flies on food surfaces

Fake Costcutter in Hayes accused of 'conning' customers

The convenience store hasn't been part of the official franchise for two years as it “failed to meet the standards" expected of Costcutter's retailers

Man talked down from Hayes bypass by police in second incident in the space of a week

The A312 in Hayes was shut while emergency services helped to talk the man down from a bridge at the Ossie Garvin roundabout

John McDonnell to speak to residents about Heathrow Airport's 'disastrous effect on community'

Stop Heathrow Expansion campaigners say Hayes and West Drayton will become the new 'front line' in the fight against expansion, if a third runway is approved

Police talk man down from bridge at Hayes bypass

Police spent nearly two hours with the man who has now been detained under the Mental Health Act

Neighbours feel unsafe after Hayes stabbing, as man charged with GBH with intent

A 36-year-old man was taken to hospital suffering serious injuries after he was stabbed in the stomach

Crossrail takes £30m step forward during busy Easter weekend

Network Rail sent their 'orange army' to carry out work to pave the way for the upcoming Elizabeth Line

Hayes

Until the end of the 19th century, Hayes was an agricultural and brickmaking area. It was then developed as an industrial locality which also housed factory workers. Its development is typical of the Second Industrial Revolution – the creation of new light engineering industries on the edge of existing cities.

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