The family of an 86-year-old woman who died after being hit by a van in Thames Ditton has paid tribute to her.
Two primary school children from Richmond have delivered treats to lift the spirits of the young survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Proposed cuts to community recycling centres ‘would give green light to fly-tippers’, opposition councillor claims
Four Surrey recycling centres could be closed under proposed changes by the cash-strapped county council as it attempts to balance its budget.
South west Londoners were invited to break their fast with members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community this week.
The developer behind one of London’s biggest redevelopment projects has nearly halved the number of affordable homes it originally planned to offer.
Roehampton Uni professor's fight against forced marriage and honour crimes recognised in Queen's Birthday honours
A University of Roehampton Professor is among the 1,000 recipients of the Queen’s Birthday honours that were announced earlier this week.
If you want to see Croydon re-imagined through the eyes of an artist then get down to Studio Upstairs on Park Street next week.
An ‘amazing’ 96-year-old woman will be starting a charity walk for the hospital that helped her learn to walk again after her spinal cord injury.
Plans to make Richmond town centre a top tourism and business destination are underway as part of a new ‘Plan Be’ initiative.
“There is nowhere safe for you to dump rubbish illegally in Croydon anymore.”
Freight and service-delivery vehicles, along with construction sites, will be among the areas subject to stricter scrutiny as Croydon Council seeks to improve air quality across the borough.
Police in Lancashire are appealing for information to find two teenagers who are thought could be in Croydon.
A new 5-a-side football league kicks off in New Malden next month.
A Mitcham man who receives regular blood transfusions because of a genetic defect is calling for new donors to come forward.
A Merton voluntary group are appealing for people to join a project looking at quality of life in care homes.
A woman who pretended to collect money for a children’s charity has been fined £850.
The Elmbridge Moving Art exhibition will be going on display in July.
After the recent terror attacks in London, North Kingston Choir recorded a song to try to raise money to help the victims.
Companies in Richmond can put themselves in the frame a PR boost and some well-deserved recognition by entering this year’s Richmond Business Awards.
A furry batch of 12 potential new police recruits has arrived in Surrey.