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15:06, 13 APR 2015
Hundreds enjoy sunshine during Hillingdon Half Marathon
Nearly 400 people took part and many others lined the streets to cheer them on as they made their way around the 13.1-mile course at the weekend
Grand National 2015: Tips on who to back in the big race
Bookies have named Shutthefrontdoor as favourite to win the Grand National at Aintree on Saturday but our tipster has some other horses worth watching
MP candidates for Uxbridge and South Ruislip make HS2 and Heathrow vows
Candidates from four of the five main political parties made promises at a public debate about how they would vote if elected to parliament
West London News
First Hillingdon apprenticeship graduation ceremony to take place
Graduates will wear gowns and mortar boards for the ceremony in July
Boris Johnson to be 'empty-chaired' at pre-election debate in Uxbridge
The London mayor, who will only attend one of three hustings debates, has been accused of "running scared" and treating voters with "utter contempt"
Pain leads to a record gain for Brunel University runner
David Hall broke 10-year-old BUCS Nationals record on the way to 400m gold
Red Bull Paper Wings contest touches down in Uxbridge
Paper Wings competition sees over 50 ‘pilots’ take part to find the best planes
Red Bull flies into town for paper plane competition
Brunel University will host one of the UK qualifying rounds of Red Bull's Paper Wings competition ahead of the world finals in
Students get fit and learn about Uxbridge during Brunel bike ride
The event was organised by Brunel students and took in the Grand Union Canal and historic pubs
Coca-Cola sculpture unveiled at Uxbridge HQ
The Happiness Tree was designed by Brunel University students after Coca-Cola moved to the borough in 2013
Liberal Democrats announce candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip
Former councillor Mike Cox has been chosen to fight the seat in the general election in May.
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
Hillingdon house prices up 13 per cent in 2014. How did your area fare?
The average property price in the borough increased from £284,170 in January 2014 to £321,074 in November – with some analysts expecting that figure to climb higher.
Review of the Year
Review of the Year: April: Goldenballs and gridlock in west London
David Beckham thrilled young football players when he came to West Drayton to watch them play, and Tube workers went on strike over ticket office closures.
Christmas fun day for Hillingdon and Uxbridge youngsters held at Brunel University
The primary school pupils went ice-skating, played Christmas games and learned how to say festive phrases in sign language.
Brunel students teach their elders how to play Candy Crush at workshop in Hayes
The Brunel University students demonstrated how to work mobile phones, iPads and other gadgets.
Open day to spread the word about Uxbridge Children's Centre
Children’s centres offer a ‘one-stop’ shop for a range of family needs, ranging from baby weaning and breast-feeding to adult education.
Uxbridge teaching assistant jailed for sexual activity with schoolgirl
Kevin Sempers initially denied the offences, and appeared at Isleworth Crown Court last month for trial, but one day into the hearing he changed his plea.
Life is sweet (and savoury!) as snack firm defends its best in West London title
Organisers delight as awards build on the success of last year with double number of entries
Brunel University students send Christmas gifts to orphans abroad
The students have filled more shoeboxes than ever before with toys and other treats this year.
Listed Post Office building in West Drayton could become student flats
The application comes after plans to convert the 1930s property into shops were withdrawn.
Teaching assistant admits sex activity with teenage pupil at Uxbridge school
Commonwealth Games athlete and former teaching assistant at Kevin Sempers, changed his plea on the second day of his trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
Uxbridge landlords urged to clamp down on noisy Brunel University students
Cowley Community Residents' Association says estate agents also need to do more about tenants throwing loud, late-night parties, which are causing misery for some neighbours.
What's on in Hillingdon this weekend?
From tasty treats at the Uxbridge Continental Market to a free bike ride to shift those pounds while taking in the sights of Ickenham, find out what's going on in your area this weekend.