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A new study has analysed the percentage of adults in London boroughs who participate in sports.
Childhood obesity in the Borough of Richmond is at one of the lowest levels nationally, but the council have promised to continue to address the problem.
If you start seeing movies in the sky over Croydon, don't worry, you're not hallucinating.
Runners and joggers will soon be able to do a weekly 5km run through England's largest vineyard.
One of Kingston’s libraries has unveiled a brand new extension providing extra space for a variety of community activities.
Boxing fans rejoice; The Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam fight is going to be screening live at the Vue Croydon Grants.
Motorcyclists will soon be allowed to use bus lanes across Richmond Borough.
A memorial marking the 100th anniversary of the death of a First World War pilot has been unveiled at a Carshalton secondary school.
More than half of all British women have experienced sexual harassment at work or at their place of study, a survey has suggested.
Is your phone making you rude? A new study shows that your smartphone could be giving you bad manners.
A transformed Leatherhead playground which now includes a sensory garden, trampoline, zip wire, lookout tower and more is now open.
HM Prison Wandsworth has the second highest number of staff suspensions or dismissals in England and Wales in the last three years, figures show.
An appeal for information is being made by the RSPCA after a video posted on social media which showed a youth "drop- kicking" a cat high into the air.
A Betchworth bed and breakfast has the ‘tastiest breakfast’ in the United Kingdom.
Award-winning director Robin Lefevre presents ‘Duet For One’ at Richmond Theatre on October 23 to 28 starring Actor and writer Oliver Cotton and Actress Belinda Lang.
A new dog-friendly café has opened in East Sheen complete with doggy menu.
Wimbledon Village has a new place to pick up a bottle for the evening meal.
Police want to speak to two men in connection with the burglary of a jewellery shop in Cobham High Street.
The seemingly eternal dispute between Southern Rail and its workers continues as the rail drivers’ union announced yet another round of strike action.
Hundreds of jobseekers headed along to the Holiday Inn last week to get a little inspiration courtesy of this newspaper.