Police are appealing for information after a pensioner was killed by a lorry in Tooting on Friday.
The fight to protect greenfield site Barn Elms from major super sewer construction work has received a boost from Thames Water’s public consultation.
A man from Carshalton who has a serious illness says we must all stand up and fight to save St Helier’s Accident and Emergency department.
Conservative backbench MPs Richard Ottaway and Gavin Barwell have a golden opportunity to change the law of the land.
Two brothers who looted a mobile phone shop during the summer riots have been jailed for 18 months.
Mennaye Field hasn’t been the happiest of hunting grounds for Gordon Ross or London Welsh in recent visits, but both will need to reverse that trend, or as near as, if the Exiles are to move a step closer to the Championship title.
A gifted Addiscombe schoolgirl will perform to the Queen at her Diamond Jubilee lunch.
Matthew Knowles visit a Chinese restaurant serving quality Cantonese food
Property prices have increased 105-fold during the Queen’s 60-year reign and 16 times since the Silver Jubilee in 1977, according to new research.
Owners of a hair salon in Streatham High Road have warned other businesses to be on high alert after cash was stolen from the till in a late night raid.
Stuart Amost visits a new restaurant in Twickenham which is already proving a hit with diners.
The body of a man found in the Thames is believed to be a missing New Malden man.
Mitcham Carnival will feature a jousting stunt team called Knights of the Damned, a family fun fair, a mascot race-off and music by Fanny and the Electric Band.
Olympic torchbearers have cashed in on their once-in-a-lifetime privilege by selling their torches on eBay.
St Raphael's Hospice will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a five-mile sponsored walk on June 2, leaving at noon from Wimbledon Rugby and Football Club in Barham Road.
A man and a teenager from Croydon are among 20 people charged with drug offences after an undercover operation by police.
Letter to the Editor: "This expansion of Dundonald primary school is facing opposition from one of the most disgraceful campaigns that I have witnessed in local politics."
A new water-themed playground has been installed in Hurst Meadow.
Community groups from Mitcham and Morden can apply to Merton Council for grants of up to £10,000.
Business-minded youngsters from Epsom celebrated a big success at an awards ceremony.
Mark Farrant returned figures of 5-22 as Trinity Mid-Whitgiftian’s old batting frailties were ruthlessly exposed by an impressive Leatherhead side on Saturday.
A man who dozed off while his dinner was cooking on the stove made a lucky escape after a worried neighbour rang the fire brigade.
A 157 opening partnership between Danny Miller and the returning Danny Phillips saw Cheam to a thumping 203-run victory over an unusually subdued Old Whitgiftian in Surrey Championship division one on Saturday.
A popular windmill which was given a half a million pound makeover by an army of volunteers has received a prestigious award.
A public meeting about a school's expansion plans saw Weybridge Hall filled to the rafters with angry parents and residents demanding to know more.
A shy student from a disadvantaged background has just celebrated his first year as a local councillor.
The process of shaping the future of south-west London health services has begun.
Sun worshippers will finally be able to strip off their winter woollies and bask in some warming rays after weeks of grey skies and rain.
Police are looking for witnesses to a crash that killed a pedestrian in Sutton on Saturday.