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On 25 May, the Mayor of Hillingdon, Council members and the Borough Commander of the Metropolitan Police held an event aptly named "Hillingdon Together" to symbolise that we as a community stand united together.
Hillingdon Council is running a series of events to mark this year's Foster Care Fortnight (16 to 29 May) and encourage people to find out more about becoming a foster carer.
Hillingdon Council has cracked down on rogue traders in a national day of joint action with the police.
Cllr John Hensley was elected Mayor for 2016/17 at the council's Annual General Meeting on 12 May, with his wife Diane Hensley joining him as Mayoress. The Deputy Mayor, Cllr Carol Melvin and her husband and consort Andrew were also inaugurated.
Hillingdon Council is excited to reveal that StreetVelodrome's pop-up cycling track will come to the borough between Friday 20 and Sunday 22 May.
The council's Hillingdon in Bloom horticultural competition was launched Tuesday 12 April by the Mayor of Hillingdon, Cllr George Cooper and Cllr Jonathan Bianco, Cabinet Member for Finance, Property and Business Services.
A take away food shop preparing rice and curried dishes has been fined £6,500 after Hillingdon Council's Food Health and Safety team found they had repeatedly breached hygiene regulations.
After completing seven consecutive marathons in seven days in March Cllr Jagjit Singh is all set for the London Marathon on 24 April, where he is aiming to raise £2,000 for the Mayor of Hillingdon's Charity Appeal.
Hillingdon Council is inviting residents to nominate an unpaid carer or a school that supports young carers, to be recognised for the work they do.
Hillingdon Council's UK Youth Parliament has three victorious young parliamentarians. They will join young representatives from boroughs across the UK, bringing the voice of Hillingdon's young people to local and national government.
From 6 April 2016 Hillingdon Council will be enforcing new laws that make it compulsory for all dogs over eight weeks of age to be fitted with microchips, making it much easier to reunite owners with their lost hounds.
Hillingdon Council marked an exciting new era for Northwood School, with Cllr David Simmonds, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services, laying one of the final bricks on Thursday 3 March.
Young people and their families in Hillingdon are celebrating after secondary school admissions results were released on Tuesday 1 March.
A sandwich manufacturer in Hayes has been fined more than £15,000 after Hillingdon Council's Food Health and Safety team found they had repeatedly breached hygiene regulations.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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