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Croydon council is seeking extra funding from the Government because of the "unsustainable" costs of Universal Credit.
Swarms of police officers, police riverboats and a helicopter have all been spotted near Richmond Bridge after the reported theft of a motorbike.
Tooting’s St George’s Hospital is hosting a new exhibition which aims to showcase the estimated 15 million babies born prematurely each year.
A Sutton carer wants to go the extra mile to help his patients with dementia by raising funds for a mini-bus.
A pub in Wimbledon is offering a free Christmas dinner and a pint to anyone who is on their own this Christmas.
A Greenwich man who suffered severe brain damage after collapsing on the bathroom floor has tied the knot with his wife at a Putney hospital.
The days of writing off half a day for a hair appointment are over – the first colour-only salon has opened in Wandsworth and it even has a giant slide so you can make an even quicker exit.
A Putney mum says faulty lifts in her block of flats meant she's had to 'drag' her disabled daughter in her wheelchair up eight floors.
A Barnes family fears their beloved family pet has been stolen for “dog fighting” after two men in a white van took him from the street.
A mum has decided to give back to St Helier Hospital after they treated her baby boy who was born six weeks prematurely.
AT least £43,000 worth of fines were handed out in less than a month by Croydon Council because of its decision to temporarily close off roads outside of three schools.
Police in Graveney offered residents the chance to claim free motorcycle security equipment this week.
Ice Hockey – Streatham in high spirits
London News Online (blog)
Streatham forward Ryan Webb believes good team spirit has played a big part in the RedHawks recent good form as they made it four wins in five with a 4-2 win at Invicta Dynamos last Sunday, writes David Carr. The 23 year old winger was on the ...
Homebase to remove 'harmful' insecticides from sale after 'giant bees' protest outside Battersea store
Homebase says it will remove ‘harmful’ from sales after two ‘giant bees’ protested outside its Battersea store.
Daytime garden bonfires could soon be banned in Croydon.