Richmond Council will be giving high streets a scrub in response to resident feedback.
Kingston’s Korean Festival is coming to the Ancient Market Place on Saturday, September 16.
From hip hop to choral folk; Indian classical music to rock, Croydon musicians look to stun audiences
From Indian classical music to hip hop, Turkish percussion to spoken word, musicians of all genres are set to showcase their skills this month
Kingston town centre is set to have a new school after a planning application was approved by the council.
The number of reported burglaries in the borough has fallen, according to Sutton MPS.
Train lines between Caterham and London Bridge have been cancelled after a man was hit by a train last night between the two locations.
A petition with more than 2,000 signatures calling on Richmond Council to rethink dog walking restrictions has been shot down in a near unanimous vote.
A woman has been arrested after an attempted break-in at Prince George's school.
Film lovers in Kingston can rejoice as a new ‘boutique’ cinema is on the way to the town centre.
For most it's far too early to start mentioning Christmas, but we like to plan ahead, especially when there is a bargain to be had.
Unemployment rose by 20 per cent in Epsom and Ewell in the last twelve months, bucking the trend from the past few years.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and his wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, who live in Putney, have spoken about their son’s blood cancer diagnosis for the first time.
Knowing your customers is the first step to a winning digital strategy for your business - and we can help
When it comes to digital marketing, every business should take time to set a strategy to help them achieve their goals.
A butcher's shop in New Addington has closed down for good.
A one-day celebration for Doctor Who fans and their companions is coming to the Playhouse in Epsom.
Students looking forward to the new swimming pool at Kingswood House School might have to wait a little longer.
'In 100 years’ time, people will look back and ask to see photos of everyone who was here' - Banstead Prep celebrates its first day of school
The first day of school is a nerve-wracking rite of passage for every child and their parents but last week it was also a big day for the staff and governors too.
Nearly 300 bales of straw and hay caught on fire at club in Woodcote Park over the weekend.
The Ashley Centre has brought back the Retailer Awards scheme to celebrate their retailers and ensure they are giving shoppers the very best service possible.
A Kingston police officer has been found not guilty of assault following a two-day trial.