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Emerging artists are being given the platform to showcase their work at St George’s Hospital, Tooting.
A primary school in Battersea is set to join a large academy trust.
The team looking after the community garden outside Malden Manor station needs donations towards its upkeep.
Fans of Netflix's smash hit Black Mirror have reason to get excited.
Cressida Cowell: author of How to Train Your Dragon on her new book and why kids need to read for pleasure
Cressida Cowell, author of How to Train Your Dragon and number one bestseller The Wizards of Once, is coming to Barnes Children’s Literature Festival in May.
Plans to build four new classrooms within a two-storey building in a Sutton primary school are set to be decided upon next week.
Two legends teams will battle it out in a football match to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Contractors have started tearing the tiles off the roof of Merton Hall despite thousands of residents objecting to the controversial plans.
Surbiton Hockey Club has won £250 after a public vote which rewards good causes in the borough.
A late-night bar has been given the go-ahead in Richmond, despite numerous objections from neighbours.
The Malden Centre’s Swimathon, in aid of Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie, is just around the corner.
For nearly two decades, Angela Callow has had to fight off not one, not two but three bouts of cancer.
A teenager has been arrested after a double stabbing in central Kingston.
A beloved bear from Twickenham has now been missing since Friday, April 13.
The Monster Raving Loony Party candidate in the Kingston local elections has arranged his “victory celebrations” for the night before votes open.
A primary school in Hersham is just £2,500 away from giving its sister school in Uganda a permanent supply of clean water.
The legendary Aardman Animations are coming all the way to Barnes from Bristol next month to model their most beloved characters with children.
Two Wallington picture framers have reached the final of two 'highly prestigious' awards.
Six years after being appointed chief executive of Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, John Goulston has announced he is stepping down.
Wandsworth man acquitted of homophobia and assault on Barnes Common speaks out about 'nightmare ordeal'
A Wandsworth man accused of homophobia and assault has spoken out about the “nightmare of an ordeal” after the conviction was overturned.