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For many, the chance to pose as Brad Pitt or Christopher Walken would be a dream come true career, and one you would be crazy to leave.
A woman from Sutton who allegedly claimed to be a survivor of the Grenfell Tower fire in an attempt to obtain £10,000 in victim funds has had her case adjourned.
Kingston Council is finalising its bid to become the first London Borough of Culture, with its application set to be submitted by December 1.
A Wimbledon resident is hoping to take part in a Vintage Air Rally that will travel from Ushuaia - the southern-most city in the world - to Florida, covering 19 countries over 42 days.
A five-vehicle crash on the A3 at Tolworth has caused police to close the road southbound.
Two Croydon schools could lose funding because not enough babies are being born in town.
Thousands of people have viewed a video on YouTube which shows police officers restraining boxer Adam Salmon, from Morden, as one officer appears to repeatedly punch on him.
A Sutton primary school has invested in a new library after their headteacher made it her top priority when she joined three years ago.
A new children’s nursery is opening its doors in Battersea this weekend.
'I’d forgotten how much I’d missed it': Alexander Armstrong talks music ahead of his album signing in the Bentall Centre
Comedian, presenter and singer Alexander Armstrong is celebrating the release of his new album with a signing session in HMV in the Bentall Centre on Friday, November 24.
The Secombe Theatre won’t be welcoming concert goers anytime soon after the group fighting to save it refocused efforts elsewhere.
Between getting the kids ready for school and getting to work on time, a school run can be tense for anyone.
A Thornton Heath school which has "not made sure that pupils are safe" has been rated "inadequate" by the government's schools watchdog Ofsted.
The council leader has urged Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond to provide Wandsworth leaseholders financial support installing sprinklers in their homes.