All of Hillingdon's policemen look set to have video cameras attached to their uniforms as standard by the end of 2016, the borough’s commander has indicated.

The family of a young girl who is battling cancer again for the fourth time are trying to raise funds for essential medical treatment in America that she can not get in England.

Hillingdon Council is to spend £5.5million replacing street lighting within the next two years.

More than a third of 10-11 year-olds in Hillingdon are 'obese', a review has found.

A bitter battle of words ensued between Tory and Labour Hillingdon councillors as they clashed over a 'wrong' decision to award themselves an increase in allowances.

Hillingdon householders have been urged to back a campaign against new CCTV rules which are feared to threaten the gathering of crucial evidence for catching criminals.

The most compassionate and caring health worker at Hillingdon and Mount Vernon hospitals is set to be recognised for their efforts – and you can have your say as to who deserves to be a winner.

The rich and intriguing history of Eastcote’s oldest pub – including a murder, a lightning strike and an Old Bailey trial – have been recorded in a new book.

A TRIO of fake gas board officials burgled an elderly couple and stole their £5,000 savings – but a community campaign has already raised over £1,600 to replace their lost cash.

Burglars could be the winners of 'disastrous' new rules taking effect this week that could spark a rise in crime, a retired senior Hillingdon policeman has warned.

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