Boris Johnson pampered with freebies, luxury treats and gifts before bid to be PM

The London mayor is being treated like a king as he gets set to take over from David Cameron

Uxbridge cancer survivor to put on a night to remember

Rebecca Earley, 25, wants to "give back" to those who helped her in style, with a Ties & Tiaras Charity Ball

Appeal judges cut murderer's sentence over killing of Hayes handyman

Kiro Halliburton, 19, had his sentence slashed by appeal judges but co-defendant, Zakariya Subeir, failed in his appeal bid

Taxi driver jailed for raping vulnerable victim as she slept

The 39-year-old has also been placed on the sex offenders register indefinitely

Police appeal over linked violent incidents in Uxbridge

One man has already been charged in connection with the incidents while four other arrests have been made, and officers seek two other men as part of the investigation

Uxbridge in Pictures

World Animal Day: Send us your snaps!

Sunday October 4 marks World Animal Day, and we want to see snaps of YOUR adorable pets, or amazing animal encounters, to mark the occasion!

Feed the family some healthy and hearty meals with former Bake Off star Cathryn Dresser's three delicious recipes

Former Bake Off contestant Cathryn Dresser has teamed up with Sun-Maid to create three tasty recipes that include scrumptiously satisfying flavours

National Champagne Week: 8 bars in west London to enjoy a glass of bubbly

Celebrate a special occasion or giggle with a girlfriend at one of these venues in west London

Ealing go head to head with local rivals Thames Valley Harriers at Middlesex Road Relays

The title of the race was the Middlesex Young Athletes Road Relays - but it soon became an all west London affair for the U17 girls.

Brentford legend's son is a world champion

Terry Evans' lad is taking taekwondo by storm

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

Future of autistic daughter in jeopardy after council cut transport

Paige Gale, 21 from Cowley, now sits at home with nothing to do because she's too vulnerable to use public transport alone

BigFest brings Uxbridge to life once again

Street performers, circus skills and workshops kickstarted Hillingdon Council's month-long Culture Bite Festival

BigFest is back in Uxbridge for 13th year running

The magical street theatre event is back this Sunday (27 September) to launch a new month-long culture festival

Brave dad who survived strokes caused by holes in heart raises thousands of pounds for Hillingdon Hospital

Ian Partridge discovered he had holes in his heart which he said affects one in six of the adult population

Ealing maternity closure has brought 'positives' to Hillingdon

"It's been a positive thing for us because we've been able to put services into place that we've never been able to do before"

Concerns for missing West Drayton man with 'severe health problems'

William Byrne, 38, was last seen at Hillingdon Hospital over a week ago


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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