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Hayes shooting victim, 23, expected out of hospital

The Metropolitan Police Service's Trident Gang Crime Command has been investigating, but nearly a week on from the attack no arrests have been made.

B&Q ordered to pay £83,500 after worker crushed by forklift

A judge said the 'protection of the vehicle was given precedence over the safety of the employees'.

Staff and residents mark Pinner care home's second anniversary

Haven Residential Care Home celebrated the occasion with a tea party and birthday cake.

Elderly pedestrians taken to hospital after collision with car

The man and woman, both in their 80s, suffered head injuries – one remains in hospital in a critical condition.

Crossrail submits plans for improved West Drayton station

The plans include a new glass and steel extension and lifts providing step-free access to all platforms.

Uxbridge in Pictures

Peter Nagay at the 2014 Run Wembley

Take part in this year's Run Wembley in aid of St Luke’s Hospice

Runners are being sought for this year's Run Wembley event in aid of St Luke's Hospice with organisers saying it will be a great community day.

Chiswick belly dancer helps raise £500 for education charity in Morocco

Yvette Cowles cabaret performance of her journey with cancer to help educate children in Marrakech

Free lifeguard course for women in Hounslow in February

Fusion offers 12 places on National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ) to boost number of female lifeguards in the borough's leisure centres

Amoah hits hat-trick as Brent U13s see off Hillingdon

First Compton Cup fixture of the new year proves to be an 11-goal thriller

Parker pops up to earn Wealdstone a point at Sutton

Skipper scores in second half as Stones continue unbeaten run in Conference South

Gymnasts heading to America after national success

Six HSG Swallows youngsters qualify for World Championship spot in California 

Crossrail submits plans for improved West Drayton station

The plans include a new glass and steel extension and lifts providing step-free access to all platforms.

MP 'appalled' by 'filthy' Hayes streets following recycling centre closure

Hillingdon Council has hit back at Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell, accusing him of talking 'absolute nonsense'.

South Ruislip Arla plan delays 'disappointing', says residents' group

Sid Jackson, vice chair of the South Ruislip Residents' Association, said the area needed facilities such as the planned cinema, supermarket and restaurants.
Concerns have been raised by dementia patient groups

A&E Crisis: GP surgeries opening at weekends to relieve A&E pressure

In the wake of lengthy A&E waiting times the NHS is urging people not to go to A&E if it is not absolutely necessary

Your chance to nominate Hillingdon hospital staff for award

The public is invited to nominate those who have gone the extra mile at either Hillingdon Hospital or Mount Vernon Hospital for an award.

Heart attack grandfather reunited with lifesaver nurse as police interview man over Tube row

Stephen Breed, 65, was unconscious during the ordeal and so never got the chance to meet and personally thank Polly Collins, his new 'friend for life'.


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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