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A West London man who made an estimated £102,000 from selling fake DVDs on Ebay and Gumtree has been told to hand over £77,800 of his proceeds, following an investigation by Hillingdon's trading standards team.
Hillingdon Council has worked with Lincolnshire Police to bring about the prosecution of a ring of perpetrators who preyed on vulnerable elderly residents in Hillingdon.
Hillingdon Council is looking for volunteers to help guide a young person through a difficult time in their life.
Parents of children starting primary or secondary school in September 2018 can now apply for their child's school place in Hillingdon.
The invaluable contribution of older people to society will be celebrated at a special event in the Market Square at Pavilions Shopping Centre, Uxbridge on Monday 25 September.
Culture Bite - the council's annual festival of literature, arts and culture - will return from Saturday 16 September, offering a wide variety of free and paid events to suit all tastes.
A West London fast food restaurant where mouse droppings were found in the food preparation area has been ordered to pay nearly £20,000 after admitting a string of food hygiene offences.
Hillingdon Council is celebrating its rich heritage at various historical sites across the borough as part of Open House London; the capital's largest annual festival of architecture and design.
A waste and recycling firm has been told it cannot operate at night-time, after losing a battle to overturn a legal notice that prevents it from running 24 hours a day.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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