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Hillingdon ex-cadet launches business to 'give back' to military

Luke Eustace wants to supply military personnel with equipment that units may fall short of

Two celebrity chefs to cook up 'Big Treat' in Uxbridge

Michelin award-winning chef Jean-Christophe Novelli and young Luke Thomas will show Uxbridge shoppers how to create mouth-watering dishes at home

Skateboards and loitering banned from Uxbridge car parks

The rules form part of a wider Hillingdon Council plan to ban a raft of activities, including feeding pigeons and using remote-controlled cars in the borough's parks

“Hard-working” Hayes man murdered for disapproving of relationship with mutual female friend

Gurav Sharma was handed a minimum sentence of 26 years on Friday 22 May for stabbing Hayes man in the chest

Teddies stolen from grave of Uxbridge toddler Oliver Joyce

The brave youngster's aunt, Amy Joyce, said the family felt "violated", adding: "We're just disgusted that people could do that really"

Uxbridge in Pictures

New art piece unveiled in Holland Park

HOLD celebrates the work of female sculptors with a new installation

The Piano Guys to perform at Hammersmith's Eventim Apollo

Four-piece "The Piano Guys" are coming to Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith for a special show in June... Don't miss out!

When is Glastonbury Festival 2015? Everything you need to know about the five-day festival

Our guide to Glastonbury Festival 2015 including where it is, who’s playing and everything you need to know about the Somerset music festival

Ealing swimmers relay the news just how good they are in London Championships

ESC show the way at the Olympic pool

Battling Ruislip Rangers 13s are League Cup winners

Rangers 13s were crowned Wycombe & South Bucks U13s League Cup champions after holding their nerve to beat Chalfont Saints Leopards on penalties.

Hillingdon Slipstreamers pair take podium places

Joe O’Brien, nine, and sister Bobbie, eight, achieved superb second-placed finishes in the opening round at Hetton, near Sunderland.

Skateboards and loitering banned from Uxbridge car parks

The rules form part of a wider Hillingdon Council plan to ban a raft of activities, including feeding pigeons and using remote-controlled cars in the borough's parks

Hundreds sign petition against 'cruise ship' development

Residents are not happy with the current plans to replace Tommy Flynns pub, in Hillingdon, with a 30-flat complex

Hundreds sign West Drayton road safety measures petition

Campaigners who had their initial petition rejected by Hillingdon Council have rallied together for a second time calling for traffic-calming measures

Hillingdon Hospital vows to clean up its act

Hillingdon Hospital has 'strengthened' cleaning services since failures on 2014 assessment

Widow of Uxbridge dad who hanged himself in mental health awareness plea

Anita Magill, whose late husband committed suicide at Hillingdon Hospital in 2013, spoke out ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week

Election 2015: Five things Boris Johnson needs to fix in Uxbridge & South Ruislip

Here are five issues that should be top of Boris Johnson's in-tray as the new MP for Uxbridge & South Ruislip

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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