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PLANS for two new phone masts in Ruislip and Northwood have been thrown out by councillors.
Vodafone and O2 had hoped to install one 14.8m high mast on the roundabout at the junction of Kings College Road and Park Avenue.
Radio equipment was also needed and the installation was supposed to nestle between trees.
But councillors on the north area planning committee followed recommendations by officers who said the mast should be refused because it would be unsightly.
And the two phone companies were disappointed again when an application for a mast outside car dealership Autocentre, in Pinner Road, was also turned down for a similar reason.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a 'brilliant wife, mother and grandmother' who was killed in a car crash in Maple Cross.
Terry O'Neil, 60, of Ruislip, died when the black Rover 75 she was travelling in collided with a red Alfa Romeo in Denham Way, near to Troy Sailing Club on Sunday, January 9.
Mrs O'Neil, a long-time member of Haste Hill Golf Club in Northwood, is survived by her husband of 38 years, Michael, son, Mark, daughter, Sharon, daughter-in-law, Pascale, and son-in-law, George.
THE woman who was killed in a car crash in Maple Cross on Sunday (9) has been named.
Terry O'Neil (pictured) 60, of Ruislip, was the front seat passenger in a black Rover 75, which collided with a red Alfa Romeo, travelling in the opposite direction in Denham Way, at about 9.25am.
Mrs O'Neil, a keen golfer at Haste Hill Golf Club in The Drive, Northwood, suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene.
A WOMAN has died and two others have been injured after a car crash in Maple Cross on Sunday (9).
The 60-year-old woman, from Ruislip, was the front seat passenger in a black Rover 75, which collided with a red Alfa Romeo travelling in the opposite direction in Denham Way, at about 9.25am.
She suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene.
The Rover overturned as a result of the crash, close to Troy Sailing Club.
SCHOOL children raised the roof by singing traditional carols during a festive celebration at a Northwood hospital.
Members of Ruislip High School choir sung their hearts out at BMI Bishops Wood Hospital's annual Christmas party, on December 20.