Love Wimbledon’s popular ‘Wimbledon Winter Wonderland’ returns to Wimbledon Broadway next month.
Dexter the Dinosaur is back to help ring in Christmas in New Addington.
Winter Wonderland is back once again from today until New Year's Day, and thousands of people are descending on Hyde Park at 5pm to get into the festive spirit.
There are severe delays between Earl's Court and Wimbledon due to a signal failure at Southfields.
Police are seeking help from the public to trace a man missing from Springfield Hospital in Wandsworth.
Londoners can expect a crisp, sunny day on Friday but temperatures are set to plummet in the evening.
A pensioner has died after a hit-and-run in Croydon last weekend.
It's that time of year when you can get away with wearing ugly jumpers adorned with cheesy designs - because they're Christmas jumpers.
An East Croydon pizza shop has been given a one-out-of-five food hygiene score after inspectors found it was selling turkey as ham.
Now that the temperature is starting to drop, many mums have taken to social media to remind others of the dangers of wearing a winter coat in a child's car seat.
Croydon Council has been criticised for making payments totalling £640,420 to 19 employees through "settlement agreements" to end their employment.
Emergency services attended a fire at a third floor flat on Maldon Road in Wallington this afternoon.
The new head teacher of The Beacon School in Banstead is implementing new rules so that students wishing to cycle there must sign a permit.
A man who needs regular medication has disappeared from a mental health facility in Wandsworth.
A unique vintage barbershop is now open in Wimbledon offering men’s grooming services, including a traditional "cut-throat shave."
Give you brain a break from deciding what to get people for Christmas and get it helping Santa out instead.
Lamps sold in Croydon are being recalled as they pose a risk of electrical shock and have been deemed a fire hazard.
Would go-karting and bowling make you love where you work? Or would you just prefer an opportunity to shine?
The leader of Sutton Council, Ruth Dombey, wants local authorities to have greater autonomy on how they spend their income.