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Amateur football team kicked off Tooting Common and ‘threatened with fines and arrest’ by Wandsworth parks police
An amateur football team say they were forced to disband after they were kicked off Tooting Common by Wandsworth parks police.
A family-run French circus is set to keep audiences on the edge of their seats in its first-ever visit to Epsom.
Luxury chocolate chain Hotel Chocolat is set to open a new store in Epsom.
You could get your car de-iced for free tomorrow while you're still snoozing in bed - but you'll need to vote for your Post Code first.
A nail bar in Whitton has been refused a new licence after it traded without one for more than a year.
Sutton and Cheam's MP has demanded answers from the Prime Minister about what is being done to tackle the rise of moped crime in London.
A 48-year-old has appeared in court regarding an incident that left a "homeless" man in critical condition.
‘In the last few weeks the only way I could tell how Sue was feeling was by looking into her eyes’ - Banstead widower talks about impact of brain tumours
A Banstead widower who has raised more than £33,000 for brain tumour research has spoken of how unprepared he felt for disease that took his wife’s mind as well as her life.
More than 100 young people from schools across Sutton have been recognised for their incredible achievements with a Jack Petchey Achievement Award this week.
A new nursery in Cheam is set to open its doors to parents and families later this week.
Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition amid fears of water pollution due to controversial oil drilling plans which could affect Sutton residents.
An e-fit has been released of a man police want to speak to about an allegation of harassment in Epsom.
A Ewell man claims to have invented a cure for baldness.
Volunteer groups in Merton will have £9.5 million worth of council funding to work with this year.
A Chipstead snooker star has described his remarkable nine day run of success as "not bad."
Retailer Toys R Us has collapsed into administration in the UK, putting 3,200 jobs at risk.
The council has been urged to ramp up pressure on private land owners in Whitton where flytips have been left without action.
It was a crazy morning. At 9.30am on Tuesday, we would find out who had won the Mayor Of London’s very first Borough of Culture award.
A live webcam has been set up to give people a close-up view of nesting peregrine falcons at Merton Civic Centre.
A council tax rise of 4.17 per cent is set to be approved at Richmond Council’s Budget meeting next week due to “massive cuts” in Government funding.