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16:22, 1 OCT 2013
A 'gate' result for the vandalised restaurant
THE owners of a Chinese restaurant who were determined to drive loitering drunks and yobs away from their premises have had their efforts rewarded.
General Election night live in Hillingdon
FROM 7am this morning polling stations across the borough have been open for voters to cast their decisions.
Records show how hard councillors are working for you
dents for spending time in India, has a 100 per cent record.
Rail route fears gathering speed
THE people of Ruislip have been assured they will be given an opportunity to have their say about the high-speed rail plans, the ensuing years of disruption and the expected drop in house prices.
No Hillingdon council tax rise - but jobs are threatened
COUNCIL tax will not rise next year, for the second consecutive year.
Council's discount card 'a waste of time' say locals
ONLY six shops and restaurants around the village have decided to sign up to the HillingdonFirst card scheme.
We are with the mayor on transport
HILLINGDON Council is delighted with the central themes of the Mayor of London's recently published planning, transport and economic strategies.
Operation Bumblebee returns to sting burglars
A POPULAR police operation has been brought back to tackle the rise in burglaries, which have risen by a massive 16.9 per cent across the borough in the last year.
Back our drive for more open council
IT APPEARS that on November 6, 2008, Hillingdon Council, in full session, voted on a section of national legislation on how local government was to be conducted.
Customers baffled as close Post Office re-opens
A POST Office which closed for more than a week without any real notice being given has baffled its customers.
Council call for north to south bus routes
THE public could benefit from two new express bus routes in the borough, improving transport links from north to south.
Hillingdon privilege card to be launched
A PRIVILEGE card scheme designed to benefit Hillingdon residents is being launched this month despite many concerns that have been raised.
Liberal Democrat jumps ship to join Tories
A PROSPECTIVE politician who stood twice for the Liberal Democrats in Hillingdon has chosen to switch allegiances and join the Conservative party.
Crackdown on borough's crime hotspots
THE COUNCIL are funding a new Police Task Force as they attempt to crackdown on notorious robbery and burglary hotspots in the borough.
Councillor Sparks Religion Row
THE leader of the council has moved to defuse a row which started when a councillor criticised the failure of some members to attend prayers.
Town transport questions asked
IDEAS such as closing the high street to cars and enlarging the bus garage are among those put forward to improve transport links in Uxbridge.