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17:59, 12 JUL 2018
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Street racing in Hillingdon and watching car meet ups at supermarkets could soon land you with an instant fine
If a Public Space Protection Order is enforced, even sounding a horn or playing music could incur an on-the-spot fine
Anger that more isn't being done to tackle street racing in Hillingdon
Councillor Jazz Dhillon says he is embarrassed by the police's response to the issue
Sadiq Khan urges Hillingdon residents to vote Labour to clean up the borough's 'filthy air'
12 places in Hillingdon exceed the EU annual mean limit value for Nitrogen Oxide
Hillingdon Local Elections
Hillingdon local elections information including full list of candidates and how to vote
The borough's councillors make decisions on issues including education, housing, transport, social care and waste
Lidl Hayes: Find out when the brand new store opens and other useful information
It has been branded the "Lidl of the Future"
Uxbridge police station could be sold along with several others in Hillingdon as Mayor targets £400m in savings
A public consultation is being held on the future of policing in Hillingdon
Hayes officer 'seriously assaulted' after being surrounded by 'large, hostile anti-police crowd', says the Met
The officer sustained bite marks, cuts and bruises in the attack
New Lidl store in Hayes: YOUR reactions to the shop set to open next year
Getwestlondon readers have reacted with mixed opinions to the news that work on the new Lidl store will start next Spring
Work on new Lidl supermarket in Hayes to start in spring following delay due to dumped waste
The discount supermarket chain will be opening a new store not far from Hayes Town with work due to start in the next few months
Candlelit vigil held in Hayes in new community solidarity push
The first vigil of its kind in Hayes was held so people were aware similar meetings will be held after tragedies around the world
'It's going to kill everything': Dismay among business community at six-month road closure in Hayes town centre
Work lasting at least 10 months is set to commence later this month and business owners fear the effects road closures will have on sales
Getwestlondon round-up - Your top five stories from last week
Toddlers going missing, a London election and a deputy head teacher leading a double life...
Safety fears raised after travellers set up camp at sites in Hayes and South Ruislip
Neighbours at the two sites have complained about noise and about rubbish building up, which they say is a fire hazard
Gymnasts trained by Britain's Got Talent winner bring international gold medal back to Hillingdon
Spelbound's BGT winning frontman, Alex Uttley, trained youngsters from Hillingdon Gymnastics Club
Hayes flat development lies dormant despite urgent pleas for housing
Construction on a block of flats next to Hayes and Harlington station has stopped, despite tearful pleas for housing in the area
Grand Union Canal
Upset over 'reckless' tree destruction along Hayes canal
Hayes residents want to get to the root of who is responsible for 'disgraceful' tree felling along the stretch of the Grand Union Canal
Hayes town centre could have larger Lidl store
Have your say on the bigger 'Lidl of Future' store which could be arriving in Hayes town centre
British Olympic weightlifter kicks Hayes into shape at open day
Botwell Leisure Centre hosts Olympic athlete and Royal Marine boxer for Hayes health kick
West London venues where you can donate blood in support of next month's World Cancer Day
NHS Blood and Transplant say blood and platelets are often crucial in the treatment of the cancer patients
Coral ditches plans to open betting shop next to Hayes YMCA – 'for now'
Faced with mounting opposition, Coral Racing Ltd has withdrawn its application to open the bookmakers, but the company says it might reapply.
You're hired! Hayes schoolchildren shine in The Apprentice-style competition
The young entrepreneurs made hundreds of pounds – but are giving it all to charity.
Hillingdon polling stations in line for closure 'cynically chosen to favour Tories'
Labour councillor Tony Burles claims Conservative councillors are intentionally targeting stations in Labour areas.
Where to go for Remembrance Sunday services in West London
This year Remembrance Sunday falls on November 9, and across west London there will be parades and ceremonies to remember those lost.
Help plan Hillingdon’s future healthcare services
Patients, carers and residents are being encouraged to attend a workshop to help plan the health services that need to be provided over the next two years