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PUPILS from Northwood College celebrated the one-year anniversary of their 'walking bus' on Friday last week.
Freezing temperatures did not put off the youngsters, aged five to 11, as they walked from Green Lane to the school in Maxwell Road.
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MORE than £15million has been allocated to the borough in the government's long-awaited health budget, revealed on Thursday last week.
NORTHWOOD shopkeepers fear their businesses will be demolished to build a new supermarket.
Transport for London (TfL) owns the shops and land in Station Approach and Green Lane and this week confirmed it is in talks about selling to a developer.
MORE police officers are expected to be on the borough's streets over the next three years, as the force changes its spending priorities.
The extra bobbies are proposed by London mayor Boris Johnson, who wants the Metropolitan Police to concentrate more on the 'front line'.
NORTHWOOD: Eight doctors from BMI Bishops Wood Hospital are mentioned in Tatler magazine's guide to Britain's best doctors.
The guide recognises the top 250 medics as chosen by a panel of respected GPs who were asked who they would choose to treat their own families.
Executive director of the private hospital in Rickmansworth Road, Fraser Dawson said: "Having so many consultants in the guide is a great honour."
NORTHWOOD police station is earmarked for closure under plans released today (Wednesday).
The police station in Murray Road is one of 65 desks set to close as part of the Mayor of London's plan to reduce the Met's budget by £500million over the next three years.
NEIGHBOURS are fighting plans to open a late-night pharmacy at Northwood Health Centre.
The business could be required to provide a needle exchange for heroin addicts, which opponents fear could lead to anti-social behaviour.
THE Chimes Shopping Centre and the Gazette are searching for the most festive family in Uxbridge - to turn on the shopping centre's new Christmas lights.
HILLINGDON Police has seen the positive effects of continuing an initiative in which people were encouraged to tell officers about suspected criminal activity in their neighbourhood.