Description of shadowy figure seen running away from mutilated body could be the key to finding the Croydon Cat Killer
Could there finally be a description of the Croydon Cat Killer?
The original Pop Idol is heading back to the stage to kick off a UK tour reprising his Olivier Award nominated role
Commuters to Leatherhead and Guildford should check for travel updates as planned changes to these stations will be affected during RMT strike action in September.
The Mayor of Sutton will host a quiz night next month to raise funds for two of her chosen charities.
Richmond RUNFEST returns next month for a weekend-long family event for its fifth year running.
Wimbledon Food Festival guests must have breathed a sigh of relief on seeing the ice cream stand at this year's event, as temperatures over the bank holiday weekend soared to 27 degrees across the capital.
Three clubs currently playing in the National League are calling on 3G pitches to be allowed to be used in the English Football League.
Following her brother’s tragic suicide, a West Molesey woman is raising money for The Mental Health Foundation by running the Royal Parks Half Marathon.
Former Croydon Central MP Gavin Barwell's old constituency office has been given a makeover.
A “fun, energising and relaxing” six week yoga course for teenagers and young adults with Special Education Needs (SEN) is coming to Sutton.
Motorist are being invited to head down to Leatherhead Fire Station this weekend to get their car cleaned for charity.
The Croydon Local Plan which sets out the borough’s growth and development vision over the next 20 years might require changes.
Dog walkers in Merton could be banned from taking out more than four dogs at a time under new laws.
Introductory fitness sessions are being offered to Richmond residents as part of the launch of a new outdoor gym in Sheen this autumn.
After numerous requests were made the the Addiscombe & Shirley Park Residents’ Association, the Addiscombe Village Noticeboard is finally here.
Overrunning engineering works brought fresh misery to commuters using Britain's busiest rail station on the day it was supposed to open for business as normal following major works.
Many pet owners are clueless on what things in the home can kill their cats and dogs, a study has found
Pet owners are putting their furry friends at risk by unwittingly filling their homes with items that could kill them, new research has shown.
It's a summertime tradition - or frustration - that has lasted for generations, but now the days of queuing at ice-cream vans could be over.
These are the ages when kids should be able to do things from riding a bike to watching an 18-cert movie - according to parents
Children should be able to ride a bike at seven, tie their shoelaces at eight and be trusted to have their own front door key by 14, according to parents.