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The Celebrating Age Festival aims to get older people moving and shaking

Celebrate Ageing Festival announces autumn line-up of activities for over-50s

50 members of the public attended the summit on Thursday, July 23, to discuss plans to improve cycling across the borough.

Cycling ummit discusses 20mph zones in Sutton

Simon Cripps, chairman of the Purley BID

Purley BID in the market for Croydon Champions award

A particularly bad flytip in Walton last October

Spotting fly-tippers could earn you £50

Tottenham MP David Lammy and Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron visit Kingston

London mayoral campaign trails pass through Kingston

The team which has tallied 109 arrests since April

Kingston’s crime-busting bobbies announce arrest results

Croydon Library, in the Clocktower, has the most staff of the borough's libraries

More redundancies announced at Croydon's libraries

Landlord Rostam Notarki and a policeman outside the Cardinal Wolsey pub last September

Cardinal Wolsey landlord jailed for seven years over ironing board chase that led to punter's death

The entrance to McClusky's

Famous Kingston nightspot McClusky's announces closure

The horse and cart blocked the road for about 20 minutes (photo: Daniel Grossett)

Bizarre horse-and-cart 'protest' brings traffic to standstill in Croydon town centre

Atif Yousaf and his wife Fazila Atif.

'I'll die if husband is deported' says wife of 37 -year-old in immigration battle

The teen was cleared of two counts of causing grievous bodily harm.

Sutton teen who stabbed gang member four times on bus found not guilty

Trains in South London have been affected

Rush-hour rail delays after train breaks down

Location guide: Inside The Man From Uncle’s south London, Kent and Surrey locations

Location guide: Inside The Man From Uncle’s south London, Kent and Surrey locations

Deery me: Two men who appear to be feeding the animals

Oh deer: Visitors warned to keep their distance from Royal Parks' wild animals

The advert will be released on ahead of the new Premier League season.

Video: If Carlsberg filmed an advert...It would probably be in Sutton

The Bolingbroke. Picture by credit David Griffen Photography

9 great baby and child-friendly cafes and restaurants in south London

'Travel chaos' fears as busy road becomes one-way system for most of August

'Travel chaos' fears as busy road becomes one-way for most of August

Lakeshore Care Ltd is the second care provider to be given a 'requires improvement' rating this month.

Another Sutton care home rated as 'requiring improvement' by watchdog

The cyclist died on a footpath near Reigate Road in Ewell yesterday

Cyclist dies after collapsing on bridle path

Police found the body of a man this morning

Man in his forties found dead in churchyard

Mark Anthony with his book My Dad Does Demolition

Journalist hoping to inspire children into an unusual career with first book

The current library is being re-developed

Work underway on £1.2m new library ahead of open day

The goody box was sent to a number of MPs

Mugged off: Heathrow sends mugs and biscuits to anti-expansion MPs

Brunel University student Ricky Reel went missing in 1997

Mother of Ricky Reel disappointed with secret police 'spy reports' released

Mr Mahadeva is planning a 24 hour hunger strike this weekend

Six month bedside ban for husband in police investigation

The ward changes which could accompany councillor cuts

Councillors prepare to fight it out for seats in 2016

Jailed: Sebastian Szerer, of Wimbledon.

Senior hotel worker who lured man to suite after fake interview jailed

Grenade found in Southfields

Grenade found in Southfields garden

Basel Elmaarfi, and the scene on March 30

'I had too much to lose to stab the guy': Libyan teenager denies New Malden McDonald's stabbing

Parts of Epsom High Street remains closed this afternoon

Second crash in one day closes busy Epsom High Street

The accident closed Malden Road yesterday (pic:@thefireuk)

Witnesses wanted as cyclist in New Malden rush hour crash recovers

Kevin Zuchowski-Morrison, owner of Rise Gallery

Banksy exhibition set to be 'Croydon's most high-profile art show ever'

Mother and daughter: Maria And Pavlina Sotiriou

Cousins to be replaced by sisters - Fish shop fried after seven months

A member of staff practicing on a manikin

£100k cash boost brings in hospital manikins to state-of-the-art centre

Tickets please: Brian making sure commuters touch in and out of the station

Brian the Whitton station cat keeping a watchful eye over commuters

Tonnes of debris dumped on road by brazen fly-tippers

Tonnes of debris dumped on road by brazen fly-tippers

Too good tapas-up: Brixton restaurant wins national award

Too good tapas-up: Brixton restaurant wins national award

Collision: The driver had to be freed from the car by firefighters. Picture: Epsom fire service

Road closed after man freed from three car crash by firefighters this morning

The 17-year-old was treated for multiple stab wounds outside Paxton Court

Teenager becomes second stab victim in Merton this week

Pet of the Week: Boleyn has a royal connection

Pet of the Week: Boleyn has a royal connection

Smile! You're on camera

Say cheese! Police release image after burglary suspect attempts to disconnect CCTV

In the red: St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

St George's Hospital NHS Trust faces £46.2m deficit this year, watchdog warns

Margaret Wright in her garden with the tree stump

Pensioner thanks Epsom Guardian after month-long headache solved

Wheelchair users are currently unable to access Raynes Park and Motspur Park Stations

Did South West Trains ignore 1,200 petition signatures calling for wheelchair access to Merton rail stations?

Haydon the womble with Ollie and his family earlier this year

Teddy bear picnic planned in memory of toddler Ollie Lovis

Ham Close: The site will either undergo wholesale development or be left alone

Total demolition or nothing at all: It's one or the other for Ham Close

Ray Harwood (right) with Britain's Invictus Games Captain Dave Henson (left)

Sutton author shows there is a write way to help Charity

Councillor Martin Seymour enjoyed the tour

Richmond's mayor pays a visit to the Poppy Factory

Verity Wislocki on the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival

Filmmaker offers students work experience for crowdfunded film

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