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A CONVICTED car-clamping boss has been prosecuted for a second time after returning to manage a company from which he was banned.
Lee Peacock, of Frankswood Avenue, Yiewsley, was convicted for a second time of acting as a director of Regional Clamping Services (UK) Ltd while disqualified, and of using a prohibited company name.
HILLINGDON'S fire service could take longer to respond to fire calls in the borough, if plans to pull an engine from Hayes fire station go ahead.
Currently in Hillingdon, it takes on average six minutes and 13 seconds for the first engine to arrive at the scene from the time the alarm is raised - 13 seconds over the six-minute benchmark for London.
A FIVE-STOREY block of flats could be built on the site of a former bar in Yiewsley after the applicants scaled down the size of the scheme,
The land where the former Club 7 bar and Anchor pub once stood, in High Street, is currently derelict, but could soon be turned into 28 flats.
A DRUG smuggler jailed after police found £3.6m of ketamine in his West Drayton lock-up has failed to get his sentenced reduced.
Rajpal Singh Bhatia was the UK arm of a smuggling operation to import large quantities of the increasingly popular drug.
POLICE want to trace a man caught on CCTV aboard a train when a knife was pulled on a passenger.
British Transport Police say he might have been involved in the incident, which took place on a Paddington train travelling between West Drayton and Southall on Thursday, January 24.
A DRUG dealer who stashed nearly £200,000 worth of heroin and opium in hollowed-out books has been jailed, thanks to the sharp senses of a customs dog.
Fateh Singh, 29, of Chesnut Close, West Drayton came to the attention of police when a detection dog at Heathrow Worldwide Distribution Centre, in Langley, sniffed out a parcel from India addressed to Singh on November 28 last year.
GROW HEATHROW lived up to its billing as a true community resource, welcoming visitors from far and wide for its third anniversary party.
Dozens of families from the Heathrow villages and further afield joined the celebrations at the site in Vineries Close, Sipson, on Saturday afternoon.
A PRIMARY school teacher is running the Virgin London Marathon in aid of an arthritis charity which has supported his young son.
Matthew Rowden, of Harmondsworth Lane, Sipson, is covering more than nine miles three times a week in training, and has already raised more than £1,000 in sponsorship to take part in the event on April 21.
LAURA Moore (pictured) started her self-titled clothes company 18 months ago, and her exclusive yet affordable 'urban-chic' creations have been in increasing demand.
Miss Moore, of Berberis Walk, West Drayton, has improving sales of her limited-edition work through her website, www.lauramoorefashion.com, and also has a 'boutique' on the ASOS website - the UKs largest online fashion outlet.
A THRIVING youth football team with links to a League One club has entered into negotiations to move on to an abandoned cricket ground.
The West Drayton Explorers, based at Sipson Recreational Ground in Sipson, are in the process of taking the lease on the abandoned cricket pitch in Cricketfield Road, dispelling fears voiced by Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell last spring that Hillingdon Council was planning to sell the site for housing.