By School Correspondent Charlotte Hicks, Surbiton High School
An energy giant was fined £1.25m on Friday for misleading door sale practises in a landmark case.
Formula One World Champion Damon Hill OBE set off for France on two wheels, not four, at the start of a gruelling charity bike ride on Friday.
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Charitable souls made a splash at a charity swimathon on Saturday, April 28.
A Croydon woman arrested last week on suspicion of funding terrorism has been charged with conspiracy.
A children’s charity is appealing for more black men to become role models to vulnerable young people.
Retirement home specialists McCarthy and Stone have bought Wallington Magistrates' Court and is set to knock it down and build retirement flats in its place.
A development which will see a former school site transformed into a landscaped park with more than 200 new homes has been shortlisted for a national design award.
A man has been sent to prison for a week after masturbating in front of a 13-year-old girl in a children's playground.
Metal thieves who have stolen the central plate of one of Croydon's boundary signs will be disappointed to learn it is worthless.
Entrepreneurial students have won a Surrey-wide competition with their innovative phone holder idea.
More festivals have been left homeless following the cancellation of Pride House in Clapham Common.
As the Give Your Quid campaign raises vital funds for St Raphael’s, the wife of a former patient has spoken out about the important work of the hospice.
One child in three is living below the poverty line in parts of Kingston. As part of a new series of features David Lindsell spoke to parents about poverty and how the council intends to tackle it.
Kingston Council has been accused of “selling off the family silver” after it refused to confirm whether it planned to flog Surbiton library.
One child in three is living below the poverty line in parts of Kingston.
Free microchipping was given to dogs at a canine roadshow in Sutton.
Thieves stole work tools and sanding equipment in a raid on a West Norwood business, police said.
Thames Water have refused to disclose how many warnings have been given to Merton residents for using hosepipes during the ongoing ban.
Five students have won £3,000 for a charity after delivering an “inspiring” presentation to a panel of judges.