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'There are 20 leaving cards to sign in the staff room' - more teachers believed to be leaving Richmond Park Academy
As many as 20 leaving cards lined up in the staff room to be signed at the end of term at Richmond Park Academy, it has been claimed.
Merton's parks are some of the best, with a record number achieving the coveted "Green Flag" award.
A 60-year-old man who walked the length of Britain over three months to raise money for the armed forces has returned home to his family.
An Epsom care home resident has transformed its garden with new flowers, flower beds and its own potting shed.
With the holidays finally here, The Ashley Centre Epsom is hosting free activities for children this summer.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old boy was “aggressively” robbed in broad daylight in Epsom.
A Croydon mum-of-two is set to launch every person with a sweet tooth's dream.
Falcon Road in Battersea has closed southbound from York Road due to a burst water main.
If you liked getting a coffee and some breakfast from Piccolino's Snack Bar then we have some bad news for you.
How often to you get to perform in front of a global audience with a multi-award winning rock band? Probably not that often.
A consultation on proposals that would give Parks Police in Wandsworth the power to hand out on-the-spot fines has been launched.
A new residential care home and affordable housing development is about to be built in Richmond.
A weekly farmers market returns to the borough with a chance for residents to win £40 of farmers' market vouchers to spend.
With fly-tipping and trolley dumping a seemingly growing issue, Croydon Council want to know who residents think should be responsible for the latter.
Paul Scully asks Parliament for more information about cladding testing for Sutton’s high rise residents
Sutton's MP has demanded more details from the Government about the testing on cladding tower blocks following the Grenfell tragedy.
Nominations to vote for carers looking after the borough's most vulnerable closes in a week.
Four couples will battle it out to be crowned the winners of Love Island in tonight's finale and you can watch it all on a big screen
Family cycling sessions are returning to the David Weir Leisure Centre for six days this summer.
A woman who went missing from a care home in Tooting has been found.
Young history fanatics can discover the borough's past this summer by taking part in a local adventure.