Eight men are running to raise money and awareness for charity after losing their ‘fun-loving, caring and wonderful’ aunt to cancer.
A McDonald’s in Sutton will not be permitted to implement a 24-hour drive-thru after Sutton’s Planning Committee turned down the request last night at the Civic Offices.
Olly Murs will play at Sandown Park Racecourse tonight (August 10), the latest event in the Jockey Club Live summer programme.
The Sunday market at Surrey Street is set to return.
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Lee Valley Lions announce a pair of re-signings
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With pre-season training underway, head coach George Alley was pleased to add more players to his squad ahead of their encounter with Streatham IHC on September 3. “We've only got a few more weeks before we go to Streatham, so I'm glad more guys ...
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A bus has crashed into a shop on Lavender Hill in Battersea.
Police said they have had a "good response" in helping find the jogger who pushed a woman in front of a bus.
Wandle Trust are appealing for volunteers to help with a restoration project in Morden Hall Park next week.
Firefighters are helping stranded cars struggling in deep water in Worcester Park.
Wandsworth’s best and worst GP surgeries in 2017, as voted for by patients, have been revealed.
‘If it wasn’t for Sutton community I wouldn’t be where I am today,’ says swing singer Wayne Woodward
As Wayne Woodward said himself, it’s been a “hectic” time for the charismatic swing artist.
Over 11,000 crimes were committed on the Tube and Overground last year which is an increase of 6 per cent, official figures have revealed.
Exeter petition against Stagecoach service changes gains nearly 600 signatures
A University of Exeter spokesman said: "As part of our commitment to reduce congestion in the city University of Exeter staff and students are encouraged to travel to the Streatham and St Luke's campuses using public transport or to walk, cycle or ...
People are being warned about ‘something for you’ cards arriving through letterboxes designed to look like they have come from Royal Mail.
A teenager has gone missing from Walton, causing concern for his welfare.
Psychologist says Putney Bridge jogger ‘pushed’ woman into path of oncoming bus because of ‘white male privilege’
The jogger being hunted by police after he “pushed” a woman into an oncoming bus did so because of “white male privilege”, according to the head of psychology at Birmingham City University.
Richmond residents can send a "clear message" to cold callers with the help of an initiative being rolled out across the borough.
You can still get tickets to one of Richmond’s biggest sports events this summer.
A group has been established in an attempt to convince authorities to re-open the Secombe Theatre which was closed in 2016.
A former aid to an ex-Tory minister charged with rape has pleaded not guilty at court.