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10:21, 21 NOV 2015
Northwood Hills show their community spirit with Christmas light switch on
Rain did not dampen the Christmas spirit at the Northwood Hills 'Big Switch On'
Local Heroes 2014: all the finalists up for the chance of an award
They are all heroes in the eyes of their nominators, and who could argue? – but somebody has to win.
Proud and humbled Andrew Retter hits out at former Tory colleagues after bitter Northwood Hills election battle
"I couldn't have done any more. I fought a very honest, decent campaign.
Your letters this week (August 14)
How young people helped elderly man
MP warns about ageing population demographics
Nick Hurd, MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner, told people at a community forum that in Northwood and Northwood Hills the number of elderly people is already much higher than the national average.
Local Heroes: Our quest to seek our awe-inspiring people
DO YOU know a hero? Everyone does. Heroism comes in many forms, and all of us, if we think about it, can come up with someone whose selfless actions mark them out as a hero.
Fears of anti-social behaviour if late-night pharmacy gets green light
The business could be required to provide a needle exchange for heroin addicts, which opponents fear could lead to anti-social behaviour.
Children carolling as town lights up
sCHOOL choirs from around Northwood Hills sang at the lighting of the Christmas lights.
Future of hospital could be decided soon
NICK Hurd has backed campaigners fighting for a war memorial hospital, and now hopes its future will be decided by the new year.
Planning reforms questioned by people in Hillingdon
THE wisdom of making it easier to add to our homes has been questioned by people and politicians in Hillingdon.
Tireless couple named winners of Hillingdon's Local Heroes 2012
A RETIRED couple who tirelessly work to make West Drayton a better, safer place have been named as this year's Local Heroes.
The who's who of our heroes
AS PROMISED, here is the full list of finalists for the Gazette and Uxbridge College’s Local Heroes Awards for 2012.
Your guide to Diamond Jubilee parties
AMONG the numerous street parties, block parties and even park parties over the jubilee bank holiday weekend are three fun-filled events in which everyone can take part.
Road safety sign removed by council prior to fatal collision
HILLINGDON Council removed a speed warning sign from a road prior to a cyclist dying after a collision with a car there.
Life of Riley is one of many successes
ANDREW RILEY has been nominated as a Community Champion in our 2012 Local Heroes awards for his outstanding work as chairman of his local residents’ association.
Plans to sell off Northwood and Pinner Cottage Hospital spark outcry
SUGGESTIONS Northwood and Pinner Community Hospital could be sold have sparked fury.
Mayor promises £2.7million to spruce up shops
SHOPS and local businesses in Northwood Hills and Ruislip Manor have received a huge boost with a £2.7million grant from the office of London mayor Boris Johnson.
Blow to residents as doctors surgery to close
??CAMPAIGNERS who pledged to fight for the future of a Northwood Hills doctor’s surgery have been dealt a bitter blow after it was revealed it will be closed by the end of this month.
Drivers urge council to reverse parking policy
MORE than 400 people have voiced their frustration at having to reverse into parking spaces from a busy main road.
Fight to the 'bitter end' to save Northwood surgery
RESIDENTS have vowed to 'fight until the bitter end' to save a doctor's surgery in Northwood from closure.
£400k cash injection set to improve Northwood Hills
CAMPAIGNERS fighting for town centre improvements in Northwood Hills have claimed victory after a £400,000 cash boost has been earmarked for the community.
Hospital set to 'wither' for next decade
A HOSPITAL in Northwood Hills is set to 'wither' for the next decade, despite being earmarked for redevelopment by health bosses.
Northwood Hills residents try to solve town's identity crisis
NORTHWOOD Hills residents have gathered together to discuss an action plan to solve the town’s identity crisis.
New safety measures for 'death' hill
RESIDENTS of Cuckoo Hill have succeeded in persuading Hillingdon Council to install new road safety measures, following the death of a teenager there this year.