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A west London nail bar director who admitted a string of licensing offences has been ordered to pay more than £15,000 in fines and legal costs.
Hillingdon Council has successfully won funding from Public Health England (PHE) for a series of measures aimed at helping residents with alcohol problems.
Anyone caught fly-tipping in Hillingdon will now be fined £400 rather than £100.
Hillingdon Council has successfully applied for a High Court injunction that prohibits illegal encampments on more than 350 sites across the borough and makes it easier to remove people who ignore it.
Hillingdon Council has expressed its disappointment with London Motor Museum of Hayes, which has failed to pay more than £600,000 in business rates over the past 12 years.
The future of 46 cats and dogs that were taken into care by Hillingdon Council last year is set to be decided at Ealing Magistrates' Court on 20 May.
Hillingdon Council has denied claims that it has agreed a master plan with Meyer Homes for the vacant Master Brewer site near the A40.
Hillingdon Carers - a charity part-funded by Hillingdon Council that provides information, advice and a range of health and wellbeing support services to unpaid carers - has recently been awarded a Level Two Quality Mark by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO).
Lawyers representing a coalition of local authorities opposed to Heathrow expansion will make the case in the High Court today (Monday 11 March) that the government's Airport National Policy Statement (ANPS) backing Heathrow expansion should be quashed.
Hillingdon Council has once again ensured that every child in the borough has a secondary school place, according to school admissions results issued on Friday 1 March.
Councils in boroughs facing blanket noise misery from an expanded Heathrow are calling on the airport to spell out the real price communities will have to pay to satisfy its demand for growth.
Hillingdon Council has introduced a new Dementia Friends group for residents with younger-onset dementia.
Hillingdon Council approved its budget for 2019/20 at its meeting last night (Thursday 21 February), confirming that Hillingdon will not levy a social care precept and that council tax will once again be frozen for over-65s.
Hillingdon Council is calling on residents with artistic talent to get involved in a special design project for this year's Summer Reading Challenge.
Hillingdon is the only London borough to make the top 10 list of best places to buy a house in the country, taking into account house prices and low crime rates, property platform OkayLah.co.uk has found.
A ceremony was held on Harmondsworth Village Green on Thursday 14 February to celebrate the site's new Centenary Field in Trust status.
Hillingdon Council has been selected to work with the The What Works Centre to help reduce the need for children to go into care.
An archive of news releases produced by the Hillingdon Council during the last year.
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