Promoted Article: Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

Your Local Guardian: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

7:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Find out whodunnit at The Killing Game murder mystery party

Your Local Guardian: The Killing Game, based in Leatherhead, Surrey

6:30am Sunday 10th November 2013

With party season almost upon us, a murder mystery event is an alternative option to keep revellers happy.

Police target economic crimes across the capital

Your Local Guardian: Police sued over stair fall allegations

1:58pm Tuesday 29th May 2012

A London-wide police sting operation against financial crime has seen 81 arrests for offences such money laundering, drugs fraud employee theft and conspiracy to defraud.

Police warning over "dangerous" escapee

Your Local Guardian: Dominic Tamblyn absconded from St George's Hospital in Tooting

7:20am Tuesday 29th May 2012

Police have warned a dangerous man with links to Surrey is on the loose after he escaped during a hospital visit.

Thundery showers to end sunny spell

Your Local Guardian: South London and Surrey set to bask in sunshine

9:12am Monday 28th May 2012

Thundery showers are set to bring the recent heat wave to an end from this afternoon.

Firms vying for South London Business awards

Your Local Guardian: (L-R) South London Business chief executive Peter Pledger, Carol Bagnald , HSBC, and last year’s Business of the Year Award winner Neil Young

12:07pm Monday 28th May 2012

The awards welcomed entries from all 12 South London Boroughs across six categories.

Will sunshine continue?

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

4:25pm Thursday 24th May 2012

South London and Surrey are enjoying the warmest spell of weather this year - but will it continue?

Sunshine to bring temperatures of 27C

Your Local Guardian: Sunshine could raise temperatures to 19C

8:14am Wednesday 23rd May 2012

Temperatures could hit 27C today as south London and Surrey welcome the onset of summer.

Sun worshippers out in force

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

4:52pm Tuesday 22nd May 2012

South London and Surrey are revelling in temperatures up to 25C today - and can expect more sunshine this week.

Final Olympic tickets set for sale

Your Local Guardian: Tickets go on sale for the Olympics tomorrow

3:07pm Tuesday 22nd May 2012

Sport fans can still get their hands on Olympic tickets when the final allocation goes on general sale tomorrow.

Surrey and south London set for sunshine

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

8:44am Monday 21st May 2012

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.

Bright start to make way for showers

Your Local Guardian: The Met Office is predicting worse to come

9:00am Monday 14th May 2012

A bright start to the day is set to end in scattered showers across the south east, according to forecasters.

Trust seeks funds for Wandle Valley park plan

Your Local Guardian: MPs back Drop The Lee Valley tax campaign

10:54am Thursday 10th May 2012

A charitable trust is being set up to drive forward plans for a south London regional park.

Government urged to hasten dog crack down

Your Local Guardian: Dangerous dogs attack trees on Kingston Cambridge Road estate. (file pic)

7:40am Friday 4th May 2012

The government is being urged to bring forward plans to help local authorities crack down on dangerous dogs.

Voting begins across London and beyond

Your Local Guardian: Local elections for Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead

8:39am Thursday 3rd May 2012

Voters across London and beyond are beginning to vote in this year's local government and mayoral elections.

Sign up against unfair tax

Your Local Guardian: This year Lee Valley will cost Kingstonians £181,350

9:48am Wednesday 2nd May 2012

A petition has been launched to end an unfair tax on south London councils.

Military to stage security drill ahead of Olympics

Your Local Guardian: WIMB: Military to stage major security drill ahead of Olympic Games

11:17am Tuesday 1st May 2012

Typhoon jets, Sea King helicopters and sniper regiments will be flying over south London as part of a major security exercise ahead of the Olympics.

Delays on South West Trains

Your Local Guardian: Trains delayed due to engineering work

4:12pm Monday 30th April 2012

Signal problems are causing delays on South West Trains this afternoon.

Mayoral candidates back Guardian campaign

Your Local Guardian: Boris Johnson talks to shoopers in Sutton High Street ahead of the Mayoral elections

9:00am Friday 27th April 2012

Candidates in London's mayoral race have backed our No to Lee Valley Tax campaign.

'Gay cure' ads pulled from London buses

Your Local Guardian: 'Gay cure' ads pulled from London buses

9:00am Friday 13th April 2012

POLL: London transport chiefs have banned an advert which suggested gay people could be cured.

Bright start could turn nasty, say forecasters

Your Local Guardian: The Met Office is predicting worse to come

7:42am Tuesday 10th April 2012

Sunny spells could turn to thundery showers across south London and Surrey today, forecasters have warned.

Councils urge crackdown on dangerous dogs

Your Local Guardian: The session gave advice to dog owners in Clapham Common

9:00am Saturday 7th April 2012

The government is being urged to bring forward plans to help local authorities in London crack down on dangerous dogs.

Bank holiday weekend weather

Your Local Guardian: Weekend set to welcome rain

7:34am Thursday 5th April 2012

As south London and Surrey wake up to a cold and showery Thursday - what does the Easter Bank Holiday have in store?

Hosepipe ban comes into force today

Your Local Guardian: Merton set for Easter hosepipe ban

8:06am Thursday 5th April 2012

POLL: Homes across south London and Surrey are banned from using a hosepipe ban from today.

Freeview viewers reminded to retune today

Your Local Guardian: Image for Handy Andy

9:03am Wednesday 4th April 2012

Freeview viewers are being reminded to retune their TVs as the digital switchover begins today.

Bright start followed by showers forecast

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

8:07am Wednesday 4th April 2012

Another bright start is set to give way to showers as the day progresses in south London and Surrey, forecasters warn.

Train delays due to obstruction

Your Local Guardian: Broken down train at Selhurst causes delays

7:31am Wednesday 4th April 2012

South London commuters are facing delays this morning due to an obstruction on the line.

Rain set to strike this afternoon

Your Local Guardian: Weekend set to welcome rain

7:30am Tuesday 3rd April 2012

A bright start in south London and Surrey is set to give in to dark clouds and rain this afternoon.

Residents given final TV switchover warning

Your Local Guardian: Residents given final TV switchover warning

12:20pm Tuesday 3rd April 2012

Residents are being reminded that the digital TV switchover starts tomorrow.

Bright start set to continue today

Your Local Guardian: Bright start set to continue today

8:15am Monday 2nd April 2012

A bright start to the week in south London and Surrey has scotched fears of snowfall.

Clocks in south London must go forward by nine minutes, experts warn

Your Local Guardian: David Cameron is backing a campaign for the tower housing Big Ben to be renamed in honour of the Queen

8:50am Sunday 1st April 2012

Clocks in South London will have to go forward an extra nine minutes this weekend to 'realign' its time with the rest of the city.

South London schools hit by strike

Your Local Guardian: Wandsworth Councillor dubs EMA "dole for kids"

8:22am Wednesday 28th March 2012

POLL: Parents and pupils are facing disruption this morning as south London schools and universities are hit by a teachers' strike.

Sunny spell continues for south London and Surrey

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

7:19am Wednesday 28th March 2012

Temperatures in south London and Surrey could soar to 23C today, according to the Met Office.

Olympic inspectors' final checks on London

Your Local Guardian: Picture: London 2012

2:44pm Wednesday 28th March 2012

Olympic inspectors have begun their final visit to the capital ahead of July's games.

Chilly start before temperatures hit 21C

Your Local Guardian: Sunshine could raise temperatures to 19C

7:28am Tuesday 27th March 2012

The sun is set to fend off a chilly start before temperatures reach as high as 21C in south London and Surrey today - and tomorrow could be better.

Get your FREE Dallaglio cookbook

Your Local Guardian: Get a free Lawrence Dallaglio cookbook

7:50am Friday 23rd March 2012

Today we are giving away a FREE copy of Lawrence Dallaglio's Italian cookbook.

Sunshine could raise temperatures to 19C

Your Local Guardian: Sunshine could raise temperatures to 19C

7:31am Thursday 22nd March 2012

Dark glasses could be the order of the day as sunshine breaks through early-morning mist in Surrey and south London.

Your brand new guide to food in south London

Your Local Guardian: REVIEW: Lal Baag brings Brick Lane to West Norwood

7:10am Wednesday 21st March 2012

GIVEAWAY: The most comprehensive guide to restaurants in South London is launched today as part of Your Local Guardian's new online Food website.

South London and Surrey set to bask in sunshine

Your Local Guardian: South London and Surrey set to bask in sunshine

8:41am Wednesday 21st March 2012

A fine and dry day is in store for south London and Surrey.

London Mayor election campaign officially starts

Your Local Guardian: Interview with London Mayor Boris Johnson at the unveiling of the Olympic torch route.

7:45am Tuesday 20th March 2012

POLL: The race for London's next Mayor has officially begun.

Cloudy but dry day in store

Your Local Guardian: Weekend set to welcome rain

7:47am Tuesday 20th March 2012

The sun will struggle to break through today as south London and Surrey face up to a cloudy but dry day.

Olympic torch route and bearers unveiled

Your Local Guardian: Olympic torch route through south London unveiled

7:38am Monday 19th March 2012

The Olympic torch will take in south London and Surrey as it completes its journey across the UK to the Olympic Stadium in July.

Frosty start for south London and Surrey

Your Local Guardian: Frost will disappear as the day progresses

7:27am Monday 19th March 2012

Despite a widespread frost this morning, temperatures are set to rise across south London and Surrey this morning.

Weekend set to welcome rain

Your Local Guardian: Weekend set to welcome rain

8:11am Friday 16th March 2012

Recent sunshine is set to make way for clouds and showery spells this weekend in south London and Surrey.

Terror suspect arrested in south London

Your Local Guardian: Terror suspect arrested in south London

2:34pm Thursday 15th March 2012

A 40-year-old woman has been arrested in south London for suspected terrorism offences.

South London and Surrey set for sunny lunch

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

7:36am Thursday 15th March 2012

Sunshine is expected to beat the foggy start and bring a glorious afternoon to south London and Surrey.

Olympic test event tickets on sale today

Your Local Guardian: Olympic test event tickets on sale today

9:01am Thursday 15th March 2012

Tickets for the third stage of the London 2012 sports testing programme go on sale at 10am.

Drizzle for starters, possible sunny dessert

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

8:07am Wednesday 14th March 2012

Fog will once again greet south London and Surrey this morning, before the sun tries to break through this afternoon.

Sun struggling to see through the fog

Your Local Guardian: South London enjoyed glorious sunshine on April 6!

8:20am Tuesday 13th March 2012

Forecasters predict the sun will struggle to break through fog and low cloud in south London and Surrey today.

Rail travellers angered by Government plans

Your Local Guardian: Rail delays after vehicle hits Selhurst bridge

1:19pm Tuesday 13th March 2012

Rail travellers in Putney expressed anger last week at a raft of proposals ranging from closing more ticket offices and selling tickets in libraries to charging more for a new 'super-peak' rate.



Local NewsYourLocal Guardian






click2find


About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree