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Ayckbourn classic to celebrate Ruislip group's centenary

FOR its next production, Ruislip Dramatic Society returns to the Compass Theatre with a riotous and intricate Alan Ayckbourn comedy, A Chorus of Disapproval.

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London borough sees house prices soar way faster than inflation

Almost all areas of London saw a faster increase than inflation, but one area in particular is rapidly becoming very popular

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London's new constituencies for General Election 2024 and the old ones they replaced

The latest polling suggests Labour will retain its stranglehold on the capital, with 50 per cent of Londoners expected to vote red and just 17 per cent backing the Conservatives

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Alcohol-related deaths in London hit record high

Charity Alcohol Change UK says 'inaction' on alcohol harms has led to 'avoidable' deaths

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Teenager appears in court charged with Hayes murder

“A team of experienced detectives is working tirelessly to establish what happened to him and why he was attacked.

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Police appeal after teenager fatally stabbed in Hayes

A MURDER hunt is underway after a teenager was fatally stabbed in Hayes.

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Hillingdon mum left traumatised after ULEZ vandalism 'causes car accident'

Irum Kashif says she feared her son was seriously injured as he cried out during the frightening crash which was followed by another, days later, at the same location

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Live: Hayes teenager, 16, stabbed to death in broad daylight attack as murder investigation launched

Another teenager has lost their life to knife crime on the streets of London

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Barnhill School, Hayes, celebrates Ofsted promotion to Outstanding

BARNHILL Community High in Hayes is the first Hillingdon secondary school to be upgraded from a Good to the coveted Outstanding rating following an Ofsted inspection in February.

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Hillingdon hits back over planning blacklist ranking

PLANNERS at Hillingdon Council this week reacted angrily to a report that ranked the borough as the least likely place to gain building permission.

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Go wild! Nature trust wants schools to join its initiative

A WILDER Schools programme, to encourage youngsters to look after nature, has been launched by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.

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Full list of London General Election July 4 2024 constituencies with majority changed

You can use our interactive gadget to check your constituency

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New £9.4m surgery centre to cut 16,000-long waiting list opens in North West London

The surgery will be used for bone and joint procedures, such as knee and hip replacements

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D-Day anniversary events planned at Uxbridge bunker

A RANGE of events to commemorate one of the most important moments in military history is planned at Hillingdon Council’s Battle of Britain Bunker Exhibition and Visitor Centre.

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Have you seen missing vulnerable Fatima from Hayes?

POLICE are concerned for the welfare of a woman missing from her home in Hayes for 10 days.

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Views sought on new cycle route plans for Hillingdon

PEOPLE in Hillingdon are invited to have their say on council plans to develop cycling in the borough and encourage more residents to saddle up.

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Drugs crackdown leads to string of arrests in Hillingdon

POLICE made 28 arrests during a crackdown on drug dealing and associated crimes, such as antisocial behaviour, in West Drayton, Cowley and Uxbridge.

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The London Underground's single longest journey without needing to change

The London Underground is a vast network of stations, tunnels, and tracks. There are 11 lines serving a total of 272 stations across around 250 miles of track. But there is one famous Tube journey you can make which is the shortest across the whole network.

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Entrepreneurial joiner awarded 'Small Business of the Year'

An entrepreneurial joiner who has grown a thriving restoration business – after a light-bulb moment when he found and rescued a door from a skip in 2014 – has been awarded ‘Small Business of the Year’ at The Small Awards.

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Uxbridge teenager is focus of disability charity's campaign

AN Uxbridge teenager is the star of a national charity’s new campaign.