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40ft council-owned tree reduced to stump in Hillingdon - and council wants to find who did it

The tree fellers claimed a resident had asked them remove it before allegedly fleeing and leaving debris strewn across the street in Hillingdon

Five Hillingdon schools to expand under £150m programme starting in half term

Newnham Infants and Junior Schools in Eastcote are among five schools in the borough earmarked to expand, to cope with pupil intake rise

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

Council asked to do more to stop noisy HGVs in residential Ruislip streets

Both Hillingdon Council and Boris Johnson MP are being asked to do something about noisy lorries ignoring the weight restriction and CCTV on the road

Have your say on the future of iconic Randall's of Uxbridge

The public are being offered a chance to view plans to convert the distinctive art deco building into a mixed-use development

Controversial Harefield youth centre plan approved by Hillingdon Council despite objections

Councillors and residents have spoken out after the council approved the controversial plans for a youth centre in Ash Grove, Harefield

Brunel University student who cares for mother and sister on top of his studies gets deserved award

The council praised the unsung carers of the borough who often "juggle their caring responsibilities with work, study and other family commitments"

Hillingdon Council elects new Mayor for the borough

An Ickenham ward councillor takes the mayoralty and shares his aims for the forthcoming year

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

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

More than 1,000 Harefield residents don't want a youth centre near their homes

Hillingdon Council's £1m proposal for a youth centre has faced heavy criticism from residents

Talks of a HS2 tunnel under Hillingdon borough 'back on the table'

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Zac Goldsmith's meeting with Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin ended in a new 'working group' set up for the borough to minimise HS2 disruption

Green-fingered Boris Johnson opens new public garden in Uxbridge

The Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP didn't mind getting stuck in with the planting as he opened the new garden for residents

Hillingdon pensioner held at knife and gunpoint as burglars ransacked his home

The 70-year-old man described the 'terrifying' moment he stared down the barrel of a gun as burglars demanded money and gold

School classroom updated

Demand for primary schools growing as figures show many children missed out on first choice

Anxious parents have found out this week which schools their children have got into, and some are not going to be happy...

Uxbridge to host televised cycling race at Fassnidge Park

Hillingdon Council are funding StreetVeldrome to come to the borough with a pop-up cycling track

Zac Goldsmith makes HS2 tunnel vow after meeting Hillingdon residents

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The Conservative Mayoral candidate promises to put pressure on the government, ensuring HS2 is tunnelled under Hillingdon

Further 85 new homes could be built at former Uxbridge RAF base St Andrew's Park

Plans for a new phase of the development, on the former RAF Uxbridge base, have been submitted to Hillingdon Council

Elderly, blind Uxbridge woman 'left in her own faeces' by Hillingdon Council-funded carers

Diabetic and blind woman, 87,  'very depressed' after the 'lack of respect' shown to her by £1.5m a year agency Care Outlook

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"

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

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

Meet Hillingdon and Ealing's prospective Assembly Members hoping for your vote

Voters will go to the polls to decide who should be the next London Mayor, as well as members of the London Assembly, on May 5

Stop HS2 campaigners 'angry and let down' at MP's avoiding third reading vote

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The HS2 Phase 1 Hybrid Bill was voted through at an "overwhelming majority" in just 37 minutes

Get out and about in Hillingdon this Easter break

Hillingdon Council hope to get residents out and enjoying the borough's open spaces - weather permitting!

Council to prosecute Hayes school over makeshift carpark on greenbelt land

The school faces legal action for a car park it built on protected greenbelt land, but the Education Society defends the actions as protecting health and safety

Boris Johnson crowns Hillingdon employee 'Librarian of the Year'

Sam Everett scooped the award after playing a lead role in setting up the council’s first Culture Bite Festival

More than £16 million worth of flats sold in Uxbridge town centre in FIVE HOURS

The block of 73 apartment blocks in Uxbridge High Street, nicknamed Panorama, saw buyers queue up 36 hours before the sales launch

91% of Hillingdon children will go to their preferred secondary school

Every child in Hillingdon got a school place, despite a record number of applicants bucking the London wide trend

Hillingdon councillors concerned for children's centre futures after cuts

The Conservatives say no centres will be closed but Labour asks how £415,000 of savings will affect the service

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