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13:41, 19 DEC 2014
Howls of protest as council scraps Back Heathrow fun day
Hillingdon Council tells airport expansion group it cannot use school for family fun day.
Fun day is cancelled after anti-third runway council discovers organiser is Heathrow Airport expansion group
Row over third runway debate leads to scrapping of junior school event
Boris gets the airwaves buzzing as speculation grows
The spotlight has fallen on Uxbridge and South Ruislip, the constituency long since tipped as the safe seat into which Mr Johnson would ‘parachute’.
Final bricks are laid at new sustainable school in Hayes
Hillingdon Council leader and Mayor of Hillingdon put finishing touches to Lake Farm Park Academy as part of council's £150m investment in schools
Michael Sobell Hospice
Shock at Mayor's charity launch as Michael Sobell Hospice gets an unexpected windfall
The hospice spends £2,500 a day to provide its vital services, and relies hugely on gifts in cash and kind.
Meet the team who could put Boris on the road to Number 10
Boris’s announcement came out of a clear blue sky but time was running out in which to declare and questions about his intentions were pressing.
HS2 campaigners intend to appeal High Court decision to dismiss judicial review
Hillingdon Council leader Ray Puddifoot said the ruling: "flew in the face of what we would think justice to be"
HS2 campaigners lose Government challenge over HS2
Hillingdon Council and HS2 Action Alliance lost a judicial review challenging transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin over safeguarding directions
Should Boris enter the race to be Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP?
Boris Johnson intends to return to the Commons at the 2015 election, but should he try his luck in Uxbridge and South Ruislip? Vote using our Boris widget.
In pictures: Mini-anglers have a reel blast at Family Fishing Day
The free event at Little Britain Lake allowed fishing fans of the future to try their hand at the sport
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Schools success hailed by Conservative leader as he takes a swipe at Labour group
Tory leader pays tribute to political colleagues and council staff as £150m school building programme nears completion.
Campaigners will challenge the Government over the environmental impact of HS2
Complaints from Hillingdon Council, HS2 Action Alliance and anti-HS2 campaigner Lottie Jones about the Government's decision not to conduct an environmental assessment for HS2 will be heard by a UN Committee in Geneva
Hillingdon honours its war veterans with Civic Medal
The council thanked the war heroes for the part they played in British history
Hillingdon Council leader: 'Boris is a friend of Hillingdon but it will not be a shoo-in'
Ray Puddifoot says Boris Johnson will not be the only choice for MP if he decides to put his name forward for Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Hillingdon Council party leaders Ray Puddifoot and Mo Khursheed tackle local issues in their monthly columns
Hillingdon Council in High Court to challenge Government over HS2
The council has joined HS2Action Alliance to launch a fresh judicial review challenging the Government's decision not to carry out a Strategic Environmental Assessment before issuing safeguarding directions
Oak Farm schools celebrates 80th birthday by stepping back in time
The schools have been celebrating by learning what their school was like in days gone by
Labour turns on its leader after best election results for 10 years
Councillor Peter Curling replaced by colleague and former group leader Mo Khursheed.
Parties assess the triumphs, the losses, the campaign and the new look of Hillingdon Council after a weekend to reflect on local election results
The first wards were declaring by 10.55am – barely 90 minutes after the army of volunteer counters and Hillingdon Council electoral staff sat down
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.
Ousted Harefield Tory Richard Barnes will fight on without a party
Richard Barnes will stand as an independent candidate in Harefield in next month’s elections.
Video: Boris hops off the Piccadilly Line at Uxbridge and makes bus station promise
The Mayor of London says he will look into the prospect of a redevelopment of Uxbridge terminus
Boris Johnson: HS2 Heathrow spur would be a 'ludicrous waste of money'
Mayor of London told anti-HS2 campaigner Lottie Jones the spur 'should be scrapped'
Library gearing up for for grand reopening on Monday
Longer opening hours from next week, after refurbishment that has lasted a year