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Wandsworth Council is offering a series of ten week programmes to help residents return to work.
Is your business going places in Croydon? Do you have vision and a formula for success in the UK’s fastest growing economy?
Wandsworth Police is seeking help from the public to find the victim of a theft in Earlsfield.
A Sutton Street Pastor, Pat Fletcher, passed away yesterday aged 89.
An event in Trinity Square in Sutton High Street on Monday celebrated the upcoming Armed Forces Day (Saturday June 24).
Plans to make London's entire transport network zero-emissions by 2050 have been unveiled by Sadiq Khan.
An Afghan man from Purley has gone missing and police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
A charitable group set up by the family of a Banstead mother who died from a brain tumour has raised about £18,000, funding six days of research into the deadly cancer.
Passengers across south London have been left frustrated this week after a number of train services were either cancelled or delayed.
A charity will add to its fleet of buses next month to keep Richmond’s elderly community mobile.
Man arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure and attempted rape after separate incidents on Ewell footpath
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of indecent exposure and attempted rape after reports of two separate attacks in Ewell.
Croydon Council praised by Jeremy Corbyn for its decision to install fire sprinklers in tower blocks.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has today commended Croydon Council for its decision to install fire sprinklers in its tower blocks.
Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium will not become a listed building, AFC Wimbledon have announced.
British Transport Police want to speak to this man after a woman was sexually assaulted at Balham underground station
British Transport Police has released a photograph of a man they want to speak to after a woman was sexually assaulted at Balham underground station.
AFC Wimbledon will travel up to Glanford Park, north Lincolnshire, to face Scunthorpe United on the first day of the new season, it has been announced.
Caravans on Cannon Hill Common have now been removed, police say.
The UK’s next big game designer may just be a 13-year-old girl from Croydon.
Sir Vince Cable, the newly elected Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham, said he will use his position to probe the Government on its commitment to Crossrail 2.
A bizarre decision by the police means I must step in to defend the principle of free speech.
Weird Tinder dates and STD checks make up an Ashtead comedian’s musical that has been announced for the Edinburgh Fringe festival this year.