St George’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust paid out nearly £70 million of tax payers’ money for medical blunders in past five years
St George’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has paid out nearly £70 million of tax payers’ money for medical blunders in the past five years.
A 93-year-old Banstead man has been scammed out of more than £3,200.
No trains running to Charing Cross, Waterloo East and Cannon Street due to weekend engineering works
Engineering works at central London rail stations means there will be no trains on certain lines this weekend.
Kingston Hospital is the first in the country to use a new, quicker test for the flu virus by the bedside.
QUIZ: After call for national anthem to be taught in schools, how well do you know God Save the Queen?
Pupils should learn the national anthem in school, according to an MP.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has awarded £1.1 million to community projects across the capital to help them improve and create new green spaces.
There are severe delays on the District Line due to a trespasser on the track earlier at Aldgate East.
Police are appealing to find anyone that has any information about an incident on Merton High Street where a passenger was hit by a car.
A woman who interrupted a burglary in progress at a house in Claygate has been praised by police.
An 18-year-old North Cheam teenager has won gold at an international tap dancing competition.
A Putney High School student was named Wandsworth Musician of the Year for 2017 at the grand final of the competition this week.
Oxshott woman who gave up sweets aged nine for charity is now swimming the English Channel to stop child sex trafficking
An Oxshott woman is planning to swim the English Channel this summer to help stop child sex trafficking in Mumbai.
Nobody likes waiting around for their food to be delivered.
Football icon Cyrille Regis died aged 59 of a suspected heart attack on January 14, and his first manager has paid tribute to the “wonderful lad” he remembers.
A six-year-old Surbiton theatre school pupil has taken a role in a Hollywood blockbuster.
More than £100,000 in council money could soon be spent teaching people to ride bikes as part of multi-million pound cycle strategy
More than £100,000 could be spent teaching people to ride bikes if a multi-million pound cycle strategy is approved next week.
A letter was left on a rough sleeper’s bedding in Kingston last week saying their personal effects would be “disposed of” after Monday, January 15.
Massive changes could come to policing in Kingston in May, with the force possibly merging with Richmond, Merton and Wandsworth.
The owner of a beloved craft school will be handing over the reigns at the end of the year.