Hotel chain Holiday Inn has appointed a new General Manager for their base in Sutton.
St Mary's University has been handed the key to Twickenham's newest community building.
A champion boxer and a famous dog were in Epsom last weekend to launch a DIY store’s new look.
Sutton’s firefighters will be opening their doors to the public this Sunday (July 23).
The Feel Good Festival is returning to Roehampton with an array of live music, food, sports, local history and chickens to check out.
Three housing schemes in Sutton have been provided with £180,000 worth of fire safety funding by the London Fire Brigade.
It's time to slap on the cozzies as Croydon Council have announced its plans for free swimming in Croydon.
Plans for a new indoor tennis facilities in Epsom would ‘broaden the schools outreach programme and look to engage more local clubs’, according to the Lawn Tennis Association.
A 35-year-old woman from Croydon is being sought by police in connection with a theft investigation.
A Wandsworth resident has been fined for fly-tipping in Battersea Park Road.
Croydon MPS have asked for any information in regard to a man from Croydon in connection with court offences.
Yet another round of strike action involving Southern Rail has been announced in the seemingly endless industrial dispute over driver-only trains.
An historic country villa that was designed by a famous English painter reopened its doors to the public this week.
Only one Syrian refugee family has been housed in Wandsworth, it was revealed in last week’s full council meeting.
A gruelling 100 mile cycle challenge has been taken on by a council worker.
Five Guys has finally given a date for its Croydon opening.
A woman who killed her mother by giving her an overdose of insulin and smothering her with a pillow has been sentenced.
Young mum and award winning businesswoman now striving to improve Sutton’s prison rehabilitation system
A 25-year-old businesswoman and mother-of-two is challenging herself to improve the prison rehabilitation system in Sutton.
The annual Richmond May Ball this year raised £30,000 for a charity that helps ex-Service men and women with disabilities into meaningful work across the UK.
Sutton Council apologises after publishing names of benefit recipients in a 'concerning' data bungle
Sutton Council has apologised after it "inadvertently" published names of members of the public who have received benefit payments.