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Back in Time: Printing a newspaper the old fashioned way at King and Hutchings

Take a look at another selection of historic photographs from the Uxbridge Gazette archive showing scenes from around this area from the early part of the 20th century

Campaigner urges Hillingdon Council to use developments as a way of funding step-free access to public transport

Conrad Tokarczyk hopes it will become 'common practice' for councils to use new developments to implement step-free access to Tube and railway stations

Hayes schoolchildren create video games under new computing curriculum from Michael Gove

Year five pupils at Minet Junior School took part in an innovative computer programming workshop

West London mental health trust among worst for risk of poor care, warns watchdog

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The findings come just days after the Care Quality Commission said a quarter of GP practices in the borough could be putting patients at risk.

Care home users volunteering at event for homeless people

Members of Northolt's Positive Community Care will be helping to prepare a warm evening for those who live on the streets

All set for an afternoon of Christmas fun at Uxbridge town centre parade

The parade, which will form up in The Pavilions shopping centre, on one side of the High Street, from 2.45pm , will wind its way down the High Street and come through the intu Uxbridge shopping centre on the opposite side before finishing outside the station.

Uxbridge company director jailed for £30,000 VAT fraud

Andrew Lumb of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, was jailed for 16 months after stealing more than £30K by faking vehicle purchases to claim VAT repayments

'No surprise' a quarter of GP surgeries in Hillingdon are potentially putting patients at risk, says watchdog

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Healthwatch Hillingdon is urging practices in the borough to use the findings as an opportunity to learn and improve

'Triumph' for Hillingdon conservationists as plans for Ruislip flats rejected

Campaigners who fought the plans to build 14 flats inside a conservation area in Ruislip say they are delighted with the decision.

Youth project to help unemployment in west London receives £20,000 grant

Springboard charity to set up Hospitality in Heathrow scheme for youngsters aged 18-25 living in Hounslow, Ealing and Hillingdon

Children In Need events in Hillingdon bring in the cash

Pupils at St Helen’s College in Hillingdon held sales and dressed as superheroes.

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Man released from car by firefighters after second bad smash within hours in Hillingdon

Firefighters from Hillingdon, Heathrow and Heston fire stations attended the scene.

New blood needed to keep volunteer RNLI group afloat

The Uxbridge branch of the RNLI has been fundraising for more than half a century but elderly volunteers are struggling to keep the charity group going

Quarter of GP surgeries in Hillingdon could be putting patients at risk

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The national health watchdog has identified 11 practices in the borough that it says most urgently need inspecting.

Spate of burglaries in Ruislip area has the community taking to Facebook

'Crime awareness group for the Ruislip & Eastcote area’ – an invitation-only site – has been logging suspicious activity in the area, further burglaries and swapping home security tips.

Hillingdon MP Nick Hurd sees first hand how a shot in the arm could help local businesses

The Conservative MP paid a visit to a Northwood pharmacy to see how it has used a government tax cut to create a new job role

Christmas in the air after festive lights are switched on Eastcote and Northwood Hills

Carol singers, Santa's grotto and festive markets help to bring Christmas cheer to the north of Hillingdon

Tigers grab injury-time equaliser to earn Leverstock point

Round-up of Saturday's action involving Spartan South Midlands League sides

Classic car lovingly restored after owner bought it for £1

Jim Punter reckons the 1960 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller, which took months to repair, could now be worth thousands.

What's on this weekend across Hillingdon?

12-hour hairdressing, lantern making and Christmas shopping - it's all on this weekend across the borough

London's first Gurkha burial site to open in West Drayton

The land near the Peace Memorial Garden in Cherry Lane Cemetery will have space for 100 graves and about 30 column burial units, which will house ashes.

Overweight patients being denied surgery referrals in Hillingdon, against NHS guidelines

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Healthwatch Hillingdon estimates up to 60 patients a year are not being referred to surgeons to discuss knee replacements because they are too heavy.

HS2 nominated for community engagement award but Hillingdon community calls it 'laughable'

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HS2 has been nominated for community forums but Hillingdon campaigners argue they were less than engaging

Performances and model trenches at school WW1 Centenary event

Children at Yeading Junior School were joined by former pupils from the 1930's at their centenary commemoration

Bm@il: It's a Barbara love-in down on the Rabbsfarm!

The old school has been replaced by a stunning new building; its success due in no small part to headteacher Barbara Neville’s being involved in its design and execution every step of the way.

100 guests invited for lunch to mark 100 years from the outbreak of World War One

Senior citizens enjoyed a free lunch in West Drayton and helped raise money for a charity that supported blind former army captain Kerry Levins

Man released on bail after Uxbridge 'bomb threat' arrest

The 40-year-old arrested after a security alert caused a mass evacuation of Uxbridge town centre has been released on police bail

Gold smuggler from Hillingdon ordered to repay £4.3million or face longer jail term

Chaudry Ali, 52, was the leader of a gang behind a £9million gold-smuggling plot, which he was jailed for in 2012.

Back in Time: A ploughing match at Heathrow just before the outbreak of war

Take a look at a  selection of historic photos from the Uxbridge Gazette archive showing scenes from around this area from the early part of the 20th century

Author opens new library for Harefield schoolchildren

Eamonn Reilly opened the library at Harefield Junior School which has been built and stocked thanks to the school's fundraising efforts

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Hillingdon is a suburban area within the London Borough of Hillingdon. It was an ancient parish in Middlesex that originally included Uxbridge. It has formed part of Greater London since 1965. Most of the area is represented as the Hillingdon East ward within the local authority

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Caitlin Black
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Alix Culbertson
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Robert Cumber
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Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
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Mhairi Macfarlane
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Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Hounslow, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth
Ian Proctor
News Editor, Harrow and Wembley Observer
Hannah Raven
Uxbridge, Harefield, Northwood, Northwood Hills
Michael Russell
News Editor, Ealing, Fulham, Kensington and Westminster
John Shammas
Rayners Lane, South Harrow, North Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Wealdstone and Wembley
Mort Smith
Community Editor, Uxbridge Gazette
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter