Teddington head coach Giselle Mather is hoping her side can beat the odds by putting a nightmare season of injuries behind them to avoid the drop this weekend.
A man has said he has become overrun by rats because of a missing sewer vent that he says Thames Water have failed to replace for the past 17 years.
Kingstonian boss Alan Dowson wants to win the London Senior Cup for the club's fans as much as anything else.
Commuters are facing severe delays and cancellations this evening on services through Streatham Common station.
Elmbridge Canoe Club star Tim Brabants dips a first toe into the water of his Olympic K1 1,000m title defence when he races in Nottingham on Saturday.
The borough’s former deputy mayor has hit back at councillors who accused her of “celebrating” violent crime.
There’s something fishy about a fundraising group’s latest community fun day – and it is not just the sardines.
Shaun Flores Ernest Bevin College
Corinthian Casuals boss Kim Harris was not surprised to hear former player Byron Brown was sent-off for Walton Casuals on Saturday – because it was the reason he released him earlier this month.
A 10-year-old boy from Wandsworth has been found following a police appeal.
Chelsea managed four points out of six over Easter and, towards the end of Monday night’s west London derby, looked like they could do with a holiday.
It was somehow fitting that Paul Vines should score the hat-trick that confirmed Tooting & Mitcham United’s relegation on Saturday.
Chris Adams has told his Surrey team to buck the trend against Middlesex as they return to first class action against their London rivals this week.
Kingstonian boss Alan Dowson has labelled the demolition of Kingsmeadow’s Kingston Road terrace the end of an era, but insisted it was for the best.
New Malden’s Tom Onslow-Cole has revealed track conditions at Donington Park this weekend could put the skids under his solid start to the new British Touring Car Championship campaign.
GB international Mark Draper ran the fourth fastest time ever at the Bushy Park parkrun to win on Saturday.
Optima Racing team’s Rory Atkins won the first of three 26.5km Thames Turbo Sprint Series triathlons in Hampton on Monday.
Hampton & Richmond Borough striker James Simmonds has warned only Blue Square South safety – not silverware – would make this season one to remember.
Captain James Wade is determined Teddington will not be the nearly men of the Middlesex County League Premier Division, writes Andy Bloss.
Firefighters were called to put out a fire on the roof of an industrial building in Wandsworth.
Brentford boss Uwe Rosler has pointed to former striker Gary Alexander’s departure as one of the reasons behind his side’s recent run of good form.
With a wide spectrum of dishes from South India, Kolam has something on the menu for everyone.
A train fire at Sanderstead station is causing travel disruption.
It was a duck race with a difference at Ewell Court as the water level in the Hogsmill was so low the ducks had to be dragged along in a sandbag.
The annual Sutton College of Learning for Adults (SCOLA) photography competition could win you £100.
Picture this... they say you should never judge a book by its cover, but does the same go for a wine label?
Italian car enthusiasts can unite and celebrate at one of the biggest events of the year at Brooklands Museum.
A new reality TV show set to rival TOWIE is being made in Croydon.
The Guillemots have been unveiled as Saturday-night headliners at the Two Thousand Trees Festival.
Tsoureki, a sweet yeast bread made of eggs, milk, and butter, is a staple during Greek Easter.
Confidential medical documents were found bundled together with an infirm hospital patient’s clothes in a plastic bag by her outraged husband.
Wimbledon Heritage: In April 1875 with the support of Drax, the pre-historic Iron Age fort on Wimbledon Common was destroyed.
POLL: London transport chiefs have banned an advert which suggested gay people could be cured.
Ricky Boylan has his fingers crossed he will finally become a television star.
A man wanted by police in connection with a racist attack on Kingston Mosque has handed himself in to police after a Surrey Comet story.
Residents and councillors have complained about overflowing rubbish bins since Merton Council changed its policy from hiring full-time keepers for each park to employing roaming staff.