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Wimbledon Village has welcomed a new Thai restaurant with an opening that saw people brought from the station by tuk tuk.
A rugby international has returned to Epsom College to present pupils the squad shirt he wore during the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand in June.
Rainbow, Brownie and Guide girls joined together to raise Christmassy spirits with their impressive carol singing at Epsom Station.
A spectacular Christmas light display in a grandmother's front garden is brightening a quiet cul-de-sac in Wimbledon.
Squire’s Garden Centres has announced that Long Ditton St Mary’s Junior School has won first prize in their ‘decorate a Christmas tree’ competition.
A charity that promotes the wellbeing of the elderly has been announced as the council's lead partner for the older people's strand of the Sutton Plan.
A box containing a child's ashes has been stolen from a home in Richmond.
A track circuit failure at Vauxhall this morning is causing delays of up to 40 minutes for South West trains.
Commuters can expect a slow ride into work today if they are travelling on the District line between Wimbledon and Edgware Road this morning.
Agile hotshots from two of Richmond’s schools took home two titles in the London English Schools Table Tennis competition and have made it into the national final.
One of the greatest Christmas songs of all time, The Pogues' Fairytale of New York featuring Croydon-born Kirsty MacColl, has turned 30 years old.
For most of the year, heading into a police station to sit in a cell would not be a desirable scenario - but today it was.
Wandsworth’s top police chief has stressed that resources have been ‘realigned’ as a front counter in the borough closes this week.
A performing arts school for children aged four and up is expanding across Richmond, with a new centre opening in Teddington.
A planning committee meeting is being held tomorrow regarding the possibility of a new tattoo studio in Sutton after a councillor de-delegated the application.
A woman who was run over four times in a fatal ‘hit-and-run’ in Tulse Hill was from Wandsworth, police have confirmed.
One Croydon school is proving that you don't need to live up north to thrive in rugby league.
What to do when you’ve cooked stew for 400 football fans, but the match is cancelled?
Thirty five people died and hundreds were injured after three trains carrying around 1,300 passengers crashed in Battersea on this day nearly 30 years ago.
"It was a lot tougher than I expected," admitted a relieved Dave Goodings days after broadcasting the longest ever underwater radio show.