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Hayes shisha lounge shut down following anti-social behaviour complaints

Police said noise and threatening behaviour emanating from M Lounge had made residents' lives a 'misery'.

MP 'appalled' by 'filthy' Hayes streets following recycling centre closure

Hillingdon Council has hit back at Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell, accusing him of talking 'absolute nonsense'.

Gang crime officers investigate Hayes shooting after man, 23, hospitalised

The Metropolitan Police Service's Trident Gang Crime Command is investigating but so far there have been no arrests.

Suspects from Hayes and Yiewsley wanted for crimes committed in Hillingdon borough

Police have released images of two women and a man wanted in connection with crimes carried out in the borough.

Blood donor sessions will be a venue near you soon.

West London venues where you can donate blood in support of next month's World Cancer Day

NHS Blood and Transplant say blood and platelets are often crucial in the treatment of the cancer patients

Bronwyn Davies: Initial post-mortem findings inconclusive

Police are formally treating the death as unexplained for the time being, but say they believe it was the result of natural causes.

Bronwyn Davies' family pays tribute to 'free spirit' as body found

Relatives of the 60-year-old mother, who went missing on New Year's Day, say they finally have closure, after a body was found in Hayes.

New poll reveals boost in support for Heathrow expansion

Populus survey of 10,000 residents shows additional jobs and apprenticeships shape-up top reasons for supporting expansion

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Body found in search for missing Bronwyn Davies

Police received a call yesterday (Sunday, January 18) to say a body had been found at Lake Farm Country Park, in Hayes.

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New image of missing Bronwyn Davies 'best hope yet', says daughter

Police are out showing the new, recent photograph of the diabetic mum to members of the public in Hayes today in the hope someone will recognise her.

Lucky builder from Hayes wins luxury car and £10,000 cash

Satwinder Johar, 23, was handed the keys to a £165,000 Mercedes AMG SLS with a briefcase full of cash in the boot during a surprise visit to his home.

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A&E Crisis: Politicians demand Jeremy Hunt halts west London hospital closures

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Eight Labour MPs have sent a letter to the secretary of health, saying he must stop further hospital closures to prevent a bigger crisis

Signal problems could stop Crossrail in its tracks

The new £15billion railway that will run through west London might not open on time if signalling on the line can't be fixed

Teenager missing from Hayes sparks police appeal

Police want to hear from anyone who has seen 17-year-old Mubarak Ismail.

'Repulsive' pervert from Cranford masturbated in front of girls aged 12 on packed commuter train

A 42-year-old from Cranford was handed a suspended sentence after he 'sought out children on a busy train for his own gratification'

Nestlé factory in Hayes sold with up to 100 redundancies

The coffee plant, which has stood in Nestles Avenue for more than a century, is in the process of being shut down.

Amazing pictures of the house that became a rubbish tip

Land was piled high in debris, posing a health hazard and attracting fly-tipping nearby, says council

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Daughter of woman missing from canal side fears repeat of tragic Alice Gross' murder

Ciara Morgan has been unable to sleep since the disappearance of her mother, Bronwyn Davies – last seen walking along the Grand Union Canal towpath.

Are you in these CCTV images? Police searching for missing West Drayton woman Bronwyn Davies want to speak to you

Police today released images of 11 people they hope may have seen the diabetic mother-of-one on the morning she disappeared.

Pupils and teachers celebrate Hayes school's Ofsted report

Grange Park Infant and Nursery School, in Lansbury Drive, has been rated 'good' by the national watchdog.

Pensioner who forgot bus pass forced to walk home in the cold

Martin Madden, 87, was forced to walk two hours after forgetting his bus pass.

Disqualified driver from Hayes charged over horror car crash that killed tragic Faye

32-year-old Carl Morris faces four charges including causing death by dangerous driving after Harrow car crash ended in tragedy

Fear of flying won't stop hiker heading for top-of-the-world charity bid

Nigel Laughton will trek to Everest Base Camp to raise cash for Alzheimer's Society in memory of his dad

Hillingdon’s Most Wanted: Police need help finding men wanted for crimes across the borough

Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing five men wanted for crimes committed across Hillingdon

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Breakthrough in case of missing West Drayton woman as police uncover CCTV footage

The search for Bronwyn Davies, 60 – seen walking along the Grand Union Canal the on day she disappeared – will now focus on Hayes and Stockley Park.

Hillingdon house prices up 13 per cent in 2014. How did your area fare?

The average property price in the borough increased from £284,170 in January 2014 to £321,074 in November – with some analysts expecting that figure to climb higher.

Volunteers clear muck to make way for west London water voles

Conservation volunteers are hoping to create an inviting habitat for Britain's fastest declining wild mammal in a nature reserve in Hayes

Thousands raised for tragic Faye's young son after she died in Harrow car crash

Readers have flooded our Facebook page with touching tributes to Faye

Coral ditches plans to open betting shop next to Hayes YMCA – 'for now'

Faced with mounting opposition, Coral Racing Ltd has withdrawn its application to open the bookmakers, but the company says it might reapply.

From miniskirts to minicabs: Hounslow cabbie named best in borough

Guldip Bajwa, who works for A2B Cars in Hounslow, was named one of Kabbee's stars of the month based on passenger ratings

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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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
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