A Chipstead community theatre group has been given a helping hand by volunteers from national engineering specialists this week.
Beach tennis is coming to the capital for the first time for part of an annual competition tour.
The number of police deployed to cover the Croydon Immigration Rallies earlier this year been revealed.
A school in Epsom has hosted the UK's biggest inter-school challenge where a multiple European mountain bike champion was a special guest.
The BBC has revealed its top talent pay – with DJ Chris Evans topping the list pocketing over £2 million.
Merton Council has agreed to hold a special meeting that will award the Freedom of the Borough to Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who sadly died last year.
Kingston Rotary Club’s Dragon Boat Challenge attracted thousands of participants and raised tens of thousands of pounds for charities and good causes.
Rogue builders are exploiting elderly and vulnerable residents in Merton by offering cheap repairs and then doing a shoddy job according to Merton Council.
League One club AFC Wimbledon will launch its own lager this week.
A banking giant is funding millions to boost developments in Twickenham and get private real estate plans ‘moving forward’.
Past and present colleagues were in attendance when a Merton primary school headteacher retired after 32 years last week.
Magistrate orders closure of council house in Thornton Heath after alleged illegal drug use, fights and excessive noise
Alleged illegal drug use, fights, excessive noise and making neighbours fear for their safety have led to a three-month closure order for a council property in Thornton Heath.
Merton's best GP surgeries have been rated and revealed.
A women's football club has been awarded a £6,000 grant to boost its teams in Wimbledon.
Community campaigners have been successful in ending a cycling ban, in Bushy Park, put in place by the Royal Parks.
More thunderstorms are set to hit London which may impact local power supplies and possibly cause flood.
A lottery grant of more than £4m will be used to give one of Merton’s most historic buildings a new lease of life.
A new park in Richmond has been awarded a Green Flag as sixteen others celebrate receiving it again
The Jumble Trail in Wandsworth was last weekend was a “huge success” attracting about 350 people.
Two Purley brothers are set to represent Great Britain at the 2017 Deaflympics.