Login Register

Five arrested for animal cruelty in fraudulent puppy trade in Hayes

A long investigation uncovered that puppies been fraudulently sold in a very bad state of health, and some were even found decomposing in bin bags

Feltham man used customers' cars parked at Heathrow for errands while they were away on holiday

Devinder Singh, 30, allowed customers to park near Heathrow Airport, but drove their cars while they were away on holiday

Online TV channel made in Hayes launched to take 'satirical look' at diversity issues

Make A Difference Entertainment, (MADE) a media production charity, hope to tackle diversity issues in the media with new channel, madeTV

Jail for Hayes man found with harmful chemical in a RIBENA bottle in stop and search

Police caught 25-year-old Cristobal Abeso with the substance, as well as a knife and Class B drugs, in a stop and search in Northolt

Hayes man who made fortune from illegal alcohol sales caught red handed carrying £16,000 in a bag

Gurbax Singh used his alcohol wholesale business to trade in un-taxed alcohol, but he and his partner in crime were eventually caught carrying bundles of cash


EMI sued over Hayes asbestos exposure which 'robbed father of his life'

  • EMI

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

Supermarket opening times for the Spring Bank Holiday

Bank Holiday Monday opening times for Aldi, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl and Waitrose on May 30

Garage and shed 'badly damaged' by fire in Hayes

Firefighters attended a blaze in Hayes on Monday May 23, which destroyed a garage and a wooden shed

Hayes school evacuated after series of primary schools targeted by bomb threats

Police swept Charville Primary school with dogs after pupils were sent home following threatening calls

Appeal to trace missing teenage girl from Feltham

Georgia Chandler could be in Hayes, and is also known to frequent Windsor and parts of north Surrey

More than 6,000 solar panels to power Western International Market in Southall

Hounslow Council says it is the largest array of solar panels installed by any local authority in the UK

Find out more about fostering in Hillingdon borough

In Hillingdon, there is a greater need for foster carers for older children, brothers and sisters, children with additional or complex needs and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children


Hayes home 'severely damaged' in early morning blaze

Police are investigating a house fire on Fairdale Gardens, off Coldharbour Lane which took two hours to control

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

From tragedy, to football, to a dramatic controlled explosion, here are the top five stories you were reading and sharing last week

Find out which food establishments in west London have a ZERO food hygiene rating

Do you know how hygienic your meal out is? There are a whopping 41 establishments with a zero rating in Ealing ALONE!

Firefighters evacuate 50 residents from Southall street during large garage blaze

London Fire Brigade had been tackling the fire in Park Avenue, Southall, since around 1pm

Poor hygiene 'the number one reason' diners will boycott a place to eat

Harrow and Ealing among the worst boroughs in west London with restaurants recording poor hygiene ratings

Life in jail for Hayes man who stabbed partner to death while she was asleep

Billy White was arrested after the 'violent and unprovoked' attack with blood on his hands but put his victim's family 'through hell' by changing his plea multiple times

Collisions on both M4 and A40 cause traffic jams for morning commuters

The M4 saw a multiple car pile up whilst a lorry and a car collided on the A40 during rush hour on Tuesday

Crossrail line neighbours in Hillingdon face night-time noise until the end of 2016

Network Rail is electrifying the tracks to make way for the Crossrail Elizabeth Line - and the noisy work has to be done at night

Ealing Magistrates' Court

Rogue landlord in Southall fined £20,000 for renting house without permission

Ajmeet Singh, of Waverley Close, Hayes, pleaded guilty to managing an unlicensed house in multiple occupation (HMO) in The Green, Southall

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round-Up: 'Paradise Underground certainly know how to rock'

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

Blogger roasts BBC for using her 'Chronicles of Nadiya' title for spin-off baking show

Nadia Atiq from Hayes came up with the same name the BBC is using for its spin-off Great British Bake Off show five years ago for her cake baking business

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

Toddlers going missing, a London election and a deputy head teacher leading a double life...

Firefighters rescue two men from a house fire in Uxbridge

Two men were rescued from a house fire in Uxbridge on the morning of Thursday May 5

Safety fears raised after travellers set up camp at sites in Hayes and South Ruislip

Neighbours at the two sites have complained about noise and about rubbish building up, which they say is a fire hazard

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


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.

Get West London Tweets

In This Week's Paper




Salina Patel
Katherine Clementine
David Rivers
Goolistan Cooper
Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster
Ryan O'Donovan
Harrow and Brent
Robert Cumber
Emily Chudy
What's On Reporter
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Tom Moore
Sports Reporter
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter