A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage at Sutton police station, after a police chase.
The lineup for the Lock Up stage at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals is set to be announced.
UPDATE/VIDEO: The looter who set the fire to a 150-year-old furniture store destroyed in the Croydon riots has been jailed for 11-and-a-half-years.
VIDEO: Following the sentencing Trevor Reeves said losing the store has been like a bereavement.
Claygate residents are no closer to knowing the circumstances behind a man’s death in a wooded area off the A3.
Risotto has a reputation for being fiddly and difficult to make.
Clergy from across Epsom and Ewell joined hundreds of worshippers on a procession of witness on Good Friday.
Hundreds of young people were invited to Wimbledon Studios yesterday for a lively debate on the House of Commons set where scenes from The Iron Lady were filmed.
Organisers behind breast cancer charity Walk the Walk are hoping to get the whole family walking to raise money.
Sutton Council leader, Sean Brennan, has announced he is stepping down after almost a decade in the role.
Sutton United boss Paul Doswell has warned a win over Dartford on Saturday will have no influence on the outcome of the Blue Square South play-offs.
An ex-gang member from Wimbledon who was shot in the head and spent four years in prison has turned his life around to win a scholarship to Cambridge University.
A fatality on the railway tracks is causing delays to services through East Croydon station.
Scholars Court in Anerly, south London has plenty of appeal for first-time buyers, growing families and downsizers with prices starting from £230,500. Some of the apartments are also suitable for people with mobility problems.
The owner of Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston is to face a Crown Court trial on charges of altering the grade II-listed building, after magistrates declined jurisdiction.
Until last year, 44-year-old father-of-three Martin Dunford would have described himself as a very lucky man.
When Ks striker Alan Tait broke clear with five minutes left to score the winner against Metropolitan Police on Monday, he became the last man to celebrate a goal in front of the Kingston Road terrace at Kingsmeadow.
PubSpy went on a pub crawl around Carshalton about six years ago scoping out the village’s watering holes.
The Epsom man involved in a car crash in which a woman died on Easter Sunday is still in hospital.
If you’ve never played a Bit.Trip game before, you don’t know what you’re missing.
A dog lover has launched his own canine Olympics to raise money for charity.
Barratt Homes reports that first-time buyers are the driving force at its new development Trinity Village in Bromley. Since it launched last year, of the 49 sales recorded to date, 61 per cent have been to first-time buyers, with 35 per cent securing a home using Barratt Homes FirstBuy scheme. With FirstBuy, buyers at the development are offered a loan of up to 20 per cent of the price of a property, jointly funded by Barratt Homes and the Government’s Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). Purchasers then only have to find the remaining 80 per cent of the price themselves, up to 75 per cent of which could be a mortgage, leaving an affordable deposit of just five per cent. It means a first-time buyer at Trinity Village could secure a one-bedroom apartment with £9,149 upfront.
The self-styled “co-operative borough” of Lambeth has been booting out hundreds of people living in housing co-operatives so it can make millions selling the run-down houses they have looked after for decades.
Residents who face being kicked out of their homes after Lambeth Council decided to sell off their properties claim they have been “betrayed”.
House of Reeves arsonist Gordon Thompson has been jailed for 11.5 years for the incident during the Croydon riots.
A race equalities leader has warned young girls could be at risk from genital mutilation after the Kingston Guardian uncovered one case in the borough.
Robinson Jackson has unveiled a new look for its Bexleyheath office.The branch has been redesigned and refurbished to make it one of the most eye-catching in The Broadway.
An under-pressure health trust is celebrating after completing a year without a single case of MRSA infection.
More than 300 owners of vintage cars staged a run from Wallington to Brighton on Sunday, April 1.