A Tooting church is inviting Wandsworth residents to its free community open day.
For two decades now, a mother duck has used Hampton School as the go-to place to hatch her offspring.
A centre in Clapham, which helps homeless and vulnerable people, is receiving weekly food donations from Tesco.
Pupils from a Putney prep school got the opportunity to perform plays at a Latin festival.
A "hero" 999 call handler has been introduced to the baby girl he helped deliver over the phone.
Two Wandsworth mums completed an ultra- marathon in just 21 hours to raise money for a primary school.
A rail company is saying the key to fixing delays and cancellations on the tracks is to scrap services altogether.
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Crystal Palace Football Club's captain told a bouncer to buy a house with his belt after it was confiscated during an argument outside a nightclub, a court has heard.
Surrey residents will be asked whether they want RideLondon to carry on in the county from 2021 onwards.
Kingswood actor Giles Shenton is returning to The Leatherhead Theatre with a one-man play called My Dog's Got No Nose.
Say goodbye to paper tickets as Croydon trams will soon cashless.
Police are appealing for help in finding a man who went missing over the weekend.
Epsom Hospital staff trained to use 'cutting-edge' technology reducing prostate cancer diagnosis times
Technology hoped to revolutionise prostate cancer diagnosis has been "showcased" at Epsom Hospital for a training day ahead of a bold new programme.
Fans of X-Factor will no doubt remember the name Matt Terry.
Fashion shop Mango is opening in The Bentall Centre in Kingston in early June.
A Twickenham university is building its science, strength and conditioning facilities with a little help from a six-time Paralympic champion.
Cancer, especially skin cancer, is a life-changing disease that can affect us all, it does not discriminate. With the UK entering summer, many people will be taking to the streets and beaches to make the most of the sun.
For members of the Rotary Club of Twickenham Upon Thames, the earlier joy of Easter and the coming of spring were dampened this year by the passing of club president Michael Kelly after a short illness.