The council is asking people to watch out for a caterpillar which can cause rashes and skin complaints if touched.
Four students have been awarded gold medals ahead of the Olympic Games, for their drama skills rather than sporting.
Hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks are set to play a special performance in the borough to celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay.
Croydon chefs are celebrating south Croydon being rebranded as the borough's Restaurant Quarter.
Staff from Epsom, Sutton and St Helier hospitals are inviting members of the public to join them in a 10k charity run around the Peak District.
An activist has found an innovative way to grab politicians attention through stitching hankies.
A High Court judge has revoked Surrey County Council’s decision to hand over the running of 10 libraries to volunteers.
A senior doctor is warning people about high blood pressure, after 9,100 patients came into Epsom, Sutton and St Helier hospitals with the condition.
Members of garage band So Solid Crew are backing a campaign to save the borough's adventure playgrounds.
Dozens of houses were left without power last night following a fire in an electrical junction box.
A West Norwood firefighter returned to work hours after finishing the London Marathon.
The first female director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) opened a new learning resources centre named in her honour.
Proud guides show off their certificates after achieving the highest award in guiding.
A financial advisor from Wimbledon has beaten 35,000 entrants to win first place and £20,000 in a fantasy fund manager competition.
Cobham plans to mark the diamond jubilee in style. The town’s recreation ground will be designated as a Queen Elizabeth II playing field.
The Cutty Sark was reopened last week and a small Sutton business played a big role in its regeneration.
The Polka Theatre has appointed a Wimbledon resident and businesswoman as chairman of its board of trustees.
In the increasingly competitive world of private education, Shrewsbury House is stressing the extra benefits its arts and sports programmes bring to its students.
A Croydon author is celebrating after winning first place in an international life writing competition.
A magician was the guest speaker at a Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, April 24.
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