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As a record number of runners make their way around the 26.2-mile course, here are some facts and figures about this year's Virgin Money London Marathon:
A man has died after being hit by a train at Tooting Broadway station.
A record number of runners will be cheered on by hundreds of thousands of people as they tackle this year's London Marathon.
A partially-sighted disabled children’s football coach is aiming to fulfil his dream of crossing the finish line at this year’s London Marathon.
Tooting High Street is blocked following a crash.
A road is closed in Battersea following a serious crash.
A Twickenham woman who defrauded her employer out of more than £500,000 has been jailed.
Local authorities spending £350,000 fighting Heathrow’s planned third runway are ‘doing taxpayers a favour’, according to an anti-expansion campaigner.
Sutton householders have said cases of fly-tipping has increased after the council handed over refuse collections to a waste management company.
Suspected drug dealers were arrested and a ‘significant amounts’ of cocaine, MDMA and herbal cannabis seized in a series of drug raids across Surrey as stoners celebrated an international day of cannabis smoking.
People wanting to get fit for free can take advantage of a new series of exercise classes taking place in Radnor Gardens every Monday.
One of Kingston’s most successful football clubs will play their last league game this weekend, after deciding to call it a day at the end of the season.
“Monstrous” and “unnecessary” plans to part demolish and extend a community centre were thrown out last night.
A member of Met Police staff has been jailed for possessing child pornography and stealing from work.
A man with distinguishing neck tattoos is wanted by Sutton police in connection with several offences.
20 firefighters tackled a blaze at two houses in Colliers Wood on Wednesday April 19 that is believed to have been caused by sunlight.
Crossrail 2 would show that Britain is “open for business” said more than 50 cross-party MPs who have called on the Government to back the rail project.
An Epsom and St Helier midwife said she would ‘cherish the award forever’ after she was named the winner of a health gong.
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