Cancer, especially skin cancer, is a life-changing disease that can affect us all, it does not discriminate. With the UK entering summer, many people will be taking to the streets and beaches to make the most of the sun.
For members of the Rotary Club of Twickenham Upon Thames, the earlier joy of Easter and the coming of spring were dampened this year by the passing of club president Michael Kelly after a short illness.
A man was rushed to hospital after being hit by a car in Hersham - police believe deliberately.
Initial plans to build 55 flats on the site currently occupied by Matthews Yard have been shot down, not by Croydon Council, but by the mayor of London.
The derelict White Horse pub in Epsom is at the centre of a planning row between the owner and the council.
Two Croydon girls are writing a new passage in their lives after being named winners in a national competition.
Train fares could be based on quality of service in future.
It was an exciting moment for a Southfields school recently as it officially opened its new centre for the visually impaired, deaf and blind.
A £1 million painting stolen six years ago has been returned to its owners after it was discovered in a Kingston drug dealer's den.
She has helped thousands of people through some of the most difficult times in their lives.
Shocking footage emerged earlier this week of a man pulling out a "zombie knife" as he tried to break into a car in Croydon.
Plans to build six storey office block don't ‘feel very Wimbledon’ as meeting described as 'cheerful chaos'
The planning process at Merton Council has been described as ‘cheerful chaos’ at a meeting.
The public are being asked to steer clear of certain pastry items from Aldi after the company advised they may contain metal.
Merton's most famous falcons are preparing to take flight, but there may be a few issues with the lift-off.
A West Norwood woman says she is ‘living in a fairy tale’ after performing at the royal wedding.
A former Second World War nurse is planning to retire from selling poppies later this year after a remarkable 97 years of collecting for the appeal.
A Wimbledon marine who benefited from the hard work of a 103-year-old poppy seller has thanked her amidst news she is retiring.