Raynes Park High School becomes first state school to be an accredited Tim Henman Foundation/BECS Link Community
Raynes Park High School will become the first state school to be an accredited Tim Henman Foundation, committed to raising the dreams of young people.
Police wish to speak to this woman in connection with an alleged assault outside McDonald's in Sutton High Street
Police are searching for a woman wanted in connection with an alleged assault outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Sutton High Street.
Major disruption is set to continue after a large water main burst flooded Tooting High Street earlier this week.
Castle Hill Primary School in Chessington could be making strides towards becoming “outstanding”, according to an Ofsted inspector.
Joe & The Juice has opened its doors to its second store in Wimbledon, located in the heart of the village.
Even before Katie Harber joined the Met Police, she knew what it was like to live the life of a cop.
Plans to transform Twickenham Riverside have been approved by councillors but are set to be called-in for councillors to look at again due to a flood risk.
A man who received a commendation for saving a child who had wandered in front of a train has passed away.
A 19-year-old has been charged by police over the murder of a man in South Norwood.
Amazon is fixing its Alexa-enabled devices after reports of the gadgets emitting a "creepy" laugh.
Stompond Lane sports ground has been sold to developers for £23million by Elmbridge Council.
Major plans to transform Surrey House in Eden Street have been submitted to Kingston Council.
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Kingston looks like it might still have a large live music venue despite the proposed demolition of the Hippodrome.
Teddington Station will have a lift installed by 2020, according to the council.
‘#MeToo’: Heathfield councillor who resigned over alleged ‘culturally insensitive’ comments responds
A councillor who resigned over alleged “culturally insensitive” comments has claimed she was “verbally abused” and “threatened” before the incident and “all the council did [was] apologise to this man”.
New ‘cutting-edge’ technology aiming to reduce prostate cancer diagnosis times from six weeks to a day is being trialled in west London and north Surrey.