The Esher and Walton Labour Party has suspended its vice chairman after a comment on his Facebook page suggested the government would ‘blow up their own people’ in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
A man from Wandsworth accused of masturbating in a Merton nature reserve has been sent to Crown Court for trial.
A doctor has warned south London residents to remain vigilant as temperatures are expected soar up to 30C over the bank holiday weekend.
Neighbours are fuming that police 'ignored' their 999 call when 'robbers threatened them with a power tool' at 2am
Surrey Police has apologised after failing to respond to a 999 call reporting an armed robbery at 2am in Worcester Park.
Education officers praised Winchcombe Road’s Carshalton Boys Sports College and said the school’s leadership had ‘maintained the good quality of education’ since the last inspection in June 2013.
County council restricts spending on street lighting, grit bins and highway schemes under controversial new rule change
New rules prevent councillors from spending money allocated to them by the council on street lighting, grit bins and highway schemes, despite concerns raised by opposition members.
Heathrow Airport will begin the consultation process for its expansion and third runway flight paths later this year.
Police want to talk these men after a student's laptop was stolen and her bank card was used at McDonalds
A devastated student has had to redo a whole year’s work in one month after her laptop and back-up memory stick were stolen while she stepped away from her desk.
Police wish to speak to this man after a brick was thrown through a window at Wandsworth Council buildings
A man is wanted in connection with a brick throwing incident at Wandsworth Council buildings three months ago.
Just when you thought it was safe to get back into shorts following a week of glorious sunshine and temperatures in the high 20s, the Met Office has put out a yellow weather warning.
Streatham Common stabbing: Police probe after man stabbed repeatedly at busy south London station - Evening Standard
Streatham Common stabbing: Police probe after man stabbed repeatedly at busy south London station
Police are hunting a thug who stabbed a man repeatedly at a busy south London Tube station on Good Friday. At about 11.20pm on April 14 the victim was sitting on a bench on a platform at Streatham Common station when a train pulled up. A man got off ...
Police release CCTV image of man they'd like to speak to in connection with train station stabbingCroydon Advertiser
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Musician Dougie Poynter has joined Sir David Attenborough to alert visitors to watch their step in Richmond.
MasterChef's newly crowned winner brought along her signatures dishes to help kick off Foodies Festival at Syon Park.
There has been a fire at Wimbledon tennis courts this afternoon.
A Battersea woman walked for nine hours through the night in aid of a breast cancer charity.
Painting of Battersea Power Station’s iconic chimneys has commenced.
A budget store in Croydon town centre has admitted health and safety and food safety charges in court after it was found with an ‘out-of-control’ rodent infestation.
Merton police have put out a statement confirming that there will be an “increased police presence and further security checks” in response the critical threat level in the UK.
Surrey’s streetlights could be turned back but district and borough councils would have to pay for it
Surrey’s streetlights could soon be turned back on between midnight and 5am, but district and borough councils would have to specifically request this and then pay the county council to do so.
Anyone travelling though Oxford Circus Tube station next week can get a free journey- and a limited edition drink.