Christmas will begin in Epsom when the lights are switched on this Thursday, and there is plenty to do across the borough this festive season.
A new Metro bank is opening in Clapham next month.
Richmond Council will be cracking down on basement extensions after “years of misery” for residents.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested following a stabbing in Thornton Heath last night (November 21).
Ashburton Hall will re-open early next month after undergoing a "major modernisation" project which saw the building refurbished.
A man from Sutton who police have described as "vulnerable" is missing.
Church Street has been re-opened in Leatherhead after being treated to a huge overhaul and makeover that began last April.
A drug dealer from Wandsworth has been jailed for three years and three months after Surrey Police found heroin in the stolen car he was in.
Bad weather is expected to affect trains on the Southern, Thameslink and Gatwick Express routes today.
Drug dealer went on hunger strike in custody before passing 150 bags of class A drugs more than 20 days later
A London drug dealer who was caught in Ewell and went on hunger strike for more than 20 days in custody, then passed more than 150 wraps of class A drugs, has been jailed.
A man has absconded from a mental health facility in Wandsworth, and police are appealing for help finding him.
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Mum's petition for parent and baby car parking in Ashley Centre after her daughter is nearly run over
A Banstead mum of two is campaigning to get mother and baby spaces introduced in Epsom after a near-miss with her daughter and a car parking into an adjacent space.
In news that will make your shins ache just from reading it, a marathon-runner ran five marathons in five days, powered by school meals.
A remembrance service for bereaved parents and their families to remember babies who have died will be held in Epsom next month.
Planning permission has been granted for 97 new homes in Walton.
A butchers shop in Tooting could face legal action after being forced to close for the second time in three months due to a mouse infestation.
Kingston Council will refund parking tickets for visitors to the Malden Centre after complaints the signage had not been updated to reflect the new borough-wide charges.
A six-year-old boy from Sutton felt inspired to do something after his mum told him about the recent Iranian earthquake one night.