Jealous of mates on their hols? Don't be - London's set to be hotter than the Canary Islands and Caribbean
London is set to have one of the warmest weekends this year, hotter than some of the summer’s most popular destinations, weather experts predict.
Being diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer and being given only a few years to live has driven Kevin Webber to do things he never thought possible.
Foodbank usage in Wandsworth is increasing at three times the national rate, according to figures released last week.
Leatherhead is set to quackers next month with the return of the ever-popular Duck Race.
The only Narnia-inspired nature trail in England officially opens in the newly created Banstead Woods and Chipstead Downs Nature Reserve next week.
With high temperatures forecast for the weekend and into next week, the South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) is urging people to be sensible and take appropriate measures to stay safe in the sun.
A young thug has been sentenced after slashing a boy's face with a knife and leaving him with a horrific injury
A 16-year-old boy who slashed another teenager in the face with a knife has been sentenced to three years in custody.
A 16-year-old girl has gone missing from Wandsworth.
It was once indicated that Kensington Avenue Primary School needed “improvements.”
A family of travellers may harm nesting skylarks on Ashtead Common, a concerned resident has claimed.
A “cannabis factory” was found during a drugs raid in Putney early this morning.
A van taking donations from Raynes Park to Kensington fire victims was slapped with a parking ticket, a church has said.
A Sutton woman has begun collecting Lego cards and accompanying Lego collector’s books to donate to children who were involved in the Grenfell Tower fire.
Police want to speak to this man after nearly £20,000 worth of damage done to Wandsworth Council offices
Wandsworth Police have re-issued an appeal to speak to a man after nearly £20,000 worth of damage was done to council buildings.
Croydon table tennis players took top honours at a tournament.
A charity gave 500 disabled and disadvantaged children a day out to remember at Chessington World of Adventures
More than 500 disabled and disadvantaged children were taken to Chessington World of Adventures for a day of fun.
Don't miss South London Press picture special on the 21st Lambeth & Southwark Primary Schools Football 7-a-side ... - London News Online (blog)
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Don't miss South London Press picture special on the 21st Lambeth & Southwark Primary Schools Football 7-a-side ...
London News Online (blog)
The Walcot Cup, the premier competition of the day was contested in the final by Sunnyhill School of Streatham against Loughborough School from Loughborough Junction. This keenly fought culmination of the day's play was settled by a well taken goal ...
Three of Wandsworth’s community gardens will open their doors to visitors this weekend as part of Open Garden Squares Weekend.
Tesco is urging Wimbledon charities and community groups to use a new app that reduces food wastage.
Year-long project to remember Battersea residents who died during Second World War launches with tea party
A 1940s themed tea party is launching a year-long project to explore and remember the 500-plus civilian men, women and children who lost their lives in Battersea in the Second World War.