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The ‘cutest pub dog in Britain’ has been revealed and he lives in a watering hole in our very own Richmond.
A total of 75 young people from schools across Merton came together to receive the prestigious Jack Petchey Foundation Achievement Awards presented at the Polka Theatre.
Two promising ‘Chess Grandmasters’ from The Falcons Pre-Preparatory School for Boys in Chiswick have competed in the national Gigafinal Chess competition.
An MMA world champion from Croydon says he feels disrespected ahead of his title defence to Richard Kiely in Dublin next month.
A drug dealer who was caught with a £1 million stolen painting and £450,000 worth of drugs has been jailed for eight years and eight months.
Young AFC Wimbledon players were given motivation from one of the leading coaches in world sport Eddie Jones, who came to watch a training session on Thursday October 19th.
A night of comedy and music comes to the New Wimbledon Theatre on October 23 in aid of cancer
Did you know that in Richmond the Thames gets ‘cleaned’ every year by volunteers?
A decision will be made next month on whether the £1.4 billion Westfield Shopping centre goes ahead or not
Harlequins and England Rugby star Leanne Riley joined pupils from across Richmond at the Switch Festival to encourage school girls to play rugby.
School-leavers facing a careers crossroads can take advantage of a fair to be held at Epsom Downs Racecourse on Wednesday November 8.
Eight people were evacuated from a street in Croydon this week amid fears gas cylinders might explode after a fire broke out.
Wandsworth prisoners missed ‘important health checks’ and wait more than six months for medical appointment, according to a prison watchdog.
A new street cleaning service has launched in Richmond aiming to make a “positive change” to the town centre.
Young bookworms unite! Richmond's Literature Festival 2017 is offering a whole host of activities and author meets for kids from this November 3rd.
A teenage mayor in charge of volunteer groups' budgets will be in office my next spring
Epsom bus drivers are to vote on possible strike action which would disrupt local bus routes, including those of hospital staff.
Nature lovers fear Richmond Park may have to close for two months every year because of the danger posed by stags during the rutting season.
A plan to partially demolish the Queens Hotel in South Norwood and construct new buildings in its place has been rejected.
A cancer research facility in Sutton called for better transport links during a visit from the Minister of Life Sciences this week (October 17).