Man who fell from Pavilions bridge in 'critical condition'

Eyewitnesses saw police attend the scene and erect a tent at the Crown Walk bus stop in Uxbridge

Fruit and veg cigarette smuggling ring squashed and gang members jailed

The trio smuggled more than 14m cigarettes into the UK inside boxes of fruit and vegetables

'Shock' at sudden death at Brunel University halls of residence

An eyewitness described the "shock" of seeing ambulance crews and police on the university campus in Uxbridge

RSPB's Big Birdhouse Tour comes to Uxbridge

See special celebrity-designed birdhouses as well as raising awareness of a great cause at the Big Birdhouse Tour coming to Uxbridge

National Hot Dog Day: 8 of the best hot dog restaurants in west London

Forget awful fairground-style hot dogs, London now offers a selection of delicious gourmet sausages! Where will you go for National Hot Dog Day?

Uxbridge in Pictures

Van Gogh's time in Isleworth inspires new exhibition

The free, interactive show will take place at Redlees Studios - a stone's throw from where the artist lived as a young man

National Parks Week: Best green spots in west London for picnic

This week is National Parks Week! Head to one of these lovely green spots near you and enjoy nature

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation review: What is Tom Cruise like in the new movie? And is it as good as the rest?

The latest instalment of Mission: Impossible is out on Friday July, 31. But how good is the new movie?

Bowls: Ealing clubs to the power of four enjoy that winning feeling

West Ealing headed to nationals with news also from Brentham, Gunnersbury Park and Springfield

Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne book Nottingham semis

Hillingdon duo star at British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships with victories

Hillingdon duo through to last eight at British Wheelchair Open Championships

Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne book their knockout places in Nottingham

David Cameron urged to reopen consultation on air quality at Heathrow

More than 30 west London politicians and anti-airport expansion group leaders sign letter to the PM over air pollution following Davies' recommendation to expand at Heathrow

Sainsbury's judicial review against Arla was 'time wasting exercise'

Citygrove "can't wait" to get started on a new cinema complex for South Ruislip after Sainsbury's lost its legal battle

Hillingdon residents 'devastated' at HS2 tunnel extension rejection

Petitioners will continue their fight against HS2 but concerns grow for Hillingdon's Outdoor Activity Centre in Harefield

NHS Trust apologises for 'inadequate' mental health services in Hillingdon

Three areas were deemed to be inadequate after the CQC found some patients were forced to sleep on sofas due to a shortage of beds

Boris Johnson blasted by London Assembly member over Hillingdon Hospital car park

Dr Onkar Sahota accused the Mayor of "batting the ball into the court of the NHS" rather than criticise an earlier decision not to increase car parking capacity at Hillingdon Hospital

Do you know this man? Police investigating murder of Redwan El-Ghaidouni say he could hold key information

Officers have also arrested a man in connection with the dad-of-three's killing in Hillingdon this year

Uxbridge

Uxbridge historically formed part of the parish of Hillingdon. As part of the suburban growth of London, it became a municipal borough in 1955. It is a significant retail and commercial centre with modern shopping centres, and is the location of Brunel University.

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