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Tooting Leisure Centre has allayed concerns after a visitor was "disgusted" to discover CCTV cameras in the men and women’s changing rooms.
Kingstonian FC’s president John McCormack has passed away aged 78.
Police dog Ernie has been hailed a hero after intervening in a gang fight.
A familiar face has agreed to move into Mathews Yard should a proposed redevelopment of the building take place.
A Colliers Wood business man has set up an initiative that gives free socks to the homeless.
A Wallington drug dealer who had a street drugs valued at almost £40,000 has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.
New images of a £4.9 million penthouse in Battersea’s Lombard Wharf have been revealed today.
This Saturday is ‘Apple Day’ as Merton Fruit Festival kicks off at Mitcham Community Orchard & Garden.
Shocking figures reveal nearly every school in Croydon has cut staff in the past two years due to budget cuts
More than 90 per cent of Croydon school have cut staff in the past two years due to lack of funding - a survey has revealed.
A youth football team in Kingston has been awarded £350 worth of brand new training equipment.
The quirkiest and most popular dog names at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home have been revealed.
The major work being carried out by Southern Gas Network (SGN) in Kingston will come to an end this Sunday (October 22).
The first council houses in Sutton in almost 30 years have started to be built.
Pret A Manger and Petit Pret have opened their doors in St George’s University this week.
Police are issuing another appeal for information following a knifepoint robbery in Thornton Heath last month.
A signalling fault at Norwood Junction is causing delays and cancellations on the Southern line.
Mitcham man arrested on suspicion of murder
Storm Brian has now officially been named and could bring a wild weekend of weather to London and the south.
An impassioned plea has been made to keep a large live music venue in Kingston after a petition clocked up more than 5,000 signatures.
A Coulsdon woman is worried that if flats are built on the Lion Green, what remains of the town's culture could soon disappear.