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A familiar shopfront in Kingston will disappear at the end of the month as the owners of Jay’s Newsagents move on after 21 years.
Two more Syrian refugee families have been welcomed to Kingston, taking the number brought to the borough in the Government's Syrian Vulnerable Resettlement Scheme to 23.
A Richmond teenager has been commended after a national hunt for the best young fiction writers.
How can Richmond's parks be made even better? That's the question the council is asking and it wants your input.
Rugby players have visited a Twickenham primary school to talk about resilience on World Mental Health Day.
A workspace operated by Richmond’s Library Service that caters for lone workers, small businesses and freelancers has helped a new business in Richmond take flight.
Something is brewing on the Kent/Surrey border that is set to delight beer lovers.
The star of hit show Sherlock Holmes represented The Royal Marsden today (October 19) at the annual Bloomberg Tradebook charity day.
'Action not dereliction': Riverside Action Group urges residents to speak up as consultation end date approaches
“Action not dereliction” is the message from the Riverside Action Group (RAG) to Twickenham residents as the final consultation for a new town “heart” draws to a close.
Police are re-appealing for information about the final moments of a talented young footballer who was allegedly stabbed to death in the street.
A lifelong Crystal Palace fan, Steven Kettle hadn't seen his team play up close and personal in nearly four decades.
A veteran car run will travel through Mitcham and Morden for the first time.
Harlequins Rugby Club is running a half-term rugby camp for children at the Twickenham Stoop from October 23 to 25.
Ever wondered where to get a stranger's outfit but never had the guts to ask them?
An historic house in Twickenham has unveiled plans to 'transform' its gardens into 'a vibrant public park' but the proposal to fell 347 trees in the process has sparked a petition which has reached nearly 3,000 signatures.
Workers in the south east are losing thousands of pounds by not taking a lunch break.
A Feltham man has appeared in court charged with a burglary on September 15 in Denman Drive, Ashford.
Shaniqua Benjamin was unemployed and at an impasse in her life when she decided to help the overlooked and ignored people in Croydon.
Kingston Upon Thames schools are being urged once more to join the 2017 BBC Children in Need schools fundraising campaign - ‘The Big Spotacular’ in partnership with Lloyds Bank.
Supporters of The Victoria Foundation, a Richmond-based medical charity, are taking part in a five-day trekking and cycling challenge in Brazil.