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MORE people in areas most affected by Heathrow Airport would support its expansion than oppose it, according to a survey.
Only 6,000 people were polled by market researchers Populus, but 46 per cent of those said they supported future expansion, compared to 43 per cent who don't.
THE search is on for the winner of an unclaimed £1m Lottery prize, who bought their ticket in Hillingdon.
The lucky player has unwittingly scooped a cash windfall after their automatic entry into the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle, upon playing the EuroMillions, came up in the May 10 draw.
MOTORISTS might want to give West Drayton a wide berth at night until Saturday.
Station Road will be closed between 8pm and 5am every night for re-surfacing, and the only way round involves a lenghty diversion.
NEIGHBOURS in West Drayton had to leave their homes after the discovery of what was said to be an 'unexploded device' in a house.
People living in Money Lane, Catherine's Close and Brooklyn Way were told to evacuate at around 1.30pm on Monday.
A TEENAGER in a gang of four who robbed two boys on a train before punching and stamping on them has been jailed for 30 months.
Suhaib Erekat, of Appletree Avenue, West Drayton, carried out the violent attack along with Sufi Sufi, Hisham Jama, and Dwayne Pennycooke, all aged 18.
DO YOU recognise the person in this mobile phone picture? Police want to reunite a Blackberry Curve recovered by officers last week with its rightful owner.
Police are looking for the man shown on the phone's wallpaper, pictured at his graduation.
If you know this man, get in touch with Uxbridge police station on 020 8246 1417.
THREE garden sheds were destroyed after a spate of 'suspicious' fires in West Drayton.
The fires started in the early hours of Friday morning (May 24), and were all within a small geographical area.
TWO-thirds of voters in the borough referendum on enlarging Heathrow have said 'no' to a third runway.
Hillingdon Council says the result sends a clear message to the government to provide more airport hub capacity elsewhere in the country.
THE call has gone out for volunteers to help at this year's Yiewsley Carnival in the Park.
Yiewsley and West Drayton Town Centre Action Group, made up of volunteers who live in both towns, local councillors and members of other community organisations, decided to organise a carnival to mark the Queen's jubilee.
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.