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Councils opposed to expansion at Heathrow have told the Transport Select Committee that the most recent evidence published by the government continues to demonstrate that a third runway could not be built at the airport without causing unacceptable air and noise pollution.
Boris Johnson, MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, switched on the Christmas tree lights in Uxbridge on Friday 1 December.
A West London firm and its director have been ordered to pay £1,820 in fines and costs for illegally advertising their business in the Ruislip area.
An innovative Dutch invention that provides stimulating light games for people with dementia was officially unveiled at Uxbridge Library on Friday 24 November, as part of the council's ongoing efforts to make Hillingdon a dementia friendly community.
Hillingdon Council's annual Kids in Care Awards (KICA) was held on Saturday 18 November at the Sofitel Hotel in Heathrow to celebrate the achievements of children in care and care leavers in Hillingdon
At a council meeting on Thursday 2 November, the Leader of Hillingdon Council, Cllr Ray Puddifoot, issued an open challenge to those organisations, commercial or otherwise, and individuals funding and running the scaremongering campaign, Stop Northolt, to stop hiding and declare both themselves and their specific interest and level of financial support provided.
Hillingdon Council teamed up with the Metropolitan Police, the Environment Agency and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) for a vehicle stop-check operation in West Drayton, Yiewsley and Cowley last month, aimed at clamping down on fly-tipping, unlicensed waste carriers, overloaded vehicles and criminals who use the road network.
Residents have just five weeks left to let the government know that expanding Heathrow should be off the table for good, in the latest consultation on the future of the airport.
Hillingdon Council is once again hosting its Countdown to Christmas event, with 24 days of festive events and activities across Hillingdon in December.
The Mayor will be switching lights on in Uxbridge and Hayes.
In addition to the government's new 30 hour free childcare scheme for three and four-year-olds, Hillingdon Council is offering eligible residents 15 hours of free childcare for their two-year-olds.
The annual Safe Drive Stay Alive road safety events, which use hard-hitting real life experiences to warn teenagers about the perils of dangerous driving, will return to Hillingdon later this month.
Hillingdon Council is now the proud custodian of a precious collection of Royal Air Force (RAF) artifacts belonging to Battle of Britain flying ace Wing Commander Ronald Gustave Kellett, DSO, DFC, AE.
Polish your slippers, dust off your ball gown and dance on down to the Compass Theatre in Ickenham and join Cinderella for a festive ball from 1 to 30 December 2017.
Hillingdon Council has written to London's Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime to raise grave concerns about proposals to close two of the three police stations in the borough.
Hillingdon has won the prestigious gold award and won the large city category for its impeccable parks and green spaces in the Royal Horticultural Society's Britain in Bloom competition.
Councils opposed to Heathrow expansion have welcomed new evidence which confirms that an extra runway at Gatwick provides greater economic benefits and less damage to health and the environment.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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