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Police dogs Dave and Fern took part in a counter terrorism operation in Sutton yesterday

Adorable Labradors turn serious for Sutton station anti-terrorism patrol

Deputy head of cadets at Stanley Park Natasha Marsh with Sutton’s borough commander Ch Supt David Snelling

Cadets take over and get a taste of what life is like running the Metropolitan Police

Is Andrew Marr right about IS?

IS, tampons, justice, walking in winter and a free NHS - It must be 5 Thoughts

Outside help has been called in to help Epsom and St Helier hospitals improve their critical care department

Watchdog exposes inappropriate behaviour at Epsom and St Helier hospitals

Is Slade's Merry Xmas Everybody one of your favourite festive tunes?

PLAYLIST: The best Christmas songs, chosen by you, and 9 tenuous south London links to festive songs

PC Duncan was killed in a hit and run two years ago

Memorial fund for PC Andrew Duncan killed in hit and run donates £4,000 to Molesey Sea Scouts

Spared: Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and George Osborne

Met Police boss welcomes George Osborne's autumn statement u-turn on more cuts

London mayor candidate Sadiq Khan says support for those with mental health problems is a Cinderella service

’85 mental health patients a month’ treated far from home, London mayor candidate Sadiq Khan says

Facing off: Council leader Ruth Dombey, left, and Chancellor George Osborne

New fears for Sutton services after George Osborne's Autumn Statement but council tax hike also looms

A computer generated image of what the Felnex development in Beddington will look like

Sutton Council launches its own energy company to feed off Beddington incinerator

The A9 Autoroute highway, where Mr William Marc Etheridge died after being hit by a Volkswagen Golf

Worcester Park man, 22, was 'looking the wrong way' when killed by car in France

Children involved with Jigsaw4U will benefit from Sutton Council’s community fund

Nine voluntary community projects to benefit from Council funding

Author Mike Fleet with with Olympian and coach Lorna Boothe and former Mitcham AC athlete Eileen Brewer

New biography celebrates high-jumper who competed at 1936 Berlin Olympics

Nature notes: Safety in numbers

Nature notes: Safety in numbers

The accident happened at the junction of London Road and Epsom Road

London Road Morden partially blocked after car accident

Jailed: James Gathercole was found guilty of attempted kidnapping. Right: CCTV issued in a media appeal

Man jailed after trying to kidnap young woman in street attack

Police warning: Fake council workers stole £300

Fake Sutton Council workers steal £300 from pensioner after water leak claim

Counter-terrorism deputy assistant commissioner Neil Basu

Counter-terrorism Awareness Week begins as UK's threat level remains at "severe"

The rain will slowly clear by early afternoon but the odd shower is still likely, according to the Met Office.

Cloud, wind and rain predicted across south west London

Revd Stephen Coe and Church warden Anthony Reeves at the newly restored Holy Trinity Church in Wallington

19th century church restored to its former glory in Wallington

Beddington Park is up for the UK's best park award - photo courtesy of Valeria Milanesio

Two Sutton parks nominated for national award

Jonathan Palmer, 30, Stuart Palmer, 28 and their half brother Jason Lewin, 33, appeared at the Old Bailey charged with the murder of 75-year-old Peter Lee, of Tooting. Above, police in Tooting at the time

Three brothers due to go on trial at Old Bailey for murder of pensioner Peter Lee have date moved

The teen managed to get away and walked home quickly, and reported what happened to his parents.

Schoolboy grabbed by balaclava-wearing man in Carshalton

Cheam flat fire: Firefighters emphasised the importance of sprinkler systems in care homes

Sprinkler system saves elderly man's life in Cheam flat fire

It is understood that the burglary happened between 9.30am and 3.10pm on Friday, November 6.

Jewellery stolen in Wallington burglary

Dig out those scarves: winter is here

Frost and icy winds as cold snap announces arrival of winter

Tiffany Lothian was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia that causes inflammation in the bile ducts of the liver

Family of seven-month-old diagnosed with rare liver disease to hold fundraising event for Ronald McDonald House

Nature notes: Melody makers

Nature notes: Melody makers

A Victorian themed Christmas fair will be held in Sutton High Street for a month.

Christmas Markets: Eden Crafts Christmas Fair to open in Sutton tomorrow

The winners of the autumn art competition in Worcester Park

Winners of Worcester Park autumn art competition announced

Winner Selasi (left) and runner-up Alicia with Sgt Simon Alexander

Wallington kids draw for top prizes

MP Paul Scully pledged to raise awareness for Sudden Cardiac Arrest

MP Paul Scully signs Arrhythmia Alliance manifesto to reduce deaths from cardiac arrest

Some of the toys will be gifted to children at Shooting Star Chase Hospice in Surrey

Christmas toy appeal for sick children

Johnny Depp stars as real-life gangster Whitey Bulger in Black Mass

Film review: Black Mass (15) – Johnny Depp proves he has still got it in real-life gangster movie

Find Falcore - owner says staffie has been trapped near train tracks at Sutton Common station for 18 days

Find Falcore - owner says staffie has been trapped near train tracks at Sutton Common station for 18 days

The ballot is a slap in the face to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt who wishes to impose a new contract that changes the definition of sociable hours and pay.

Epsom and St Helier hospitals prepare for first junior doctor walk-out on December 1

Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland has returned this Christmas

12 reasons why Hyde Park Winter Wonderland may be the best thing about Christmas in London 2015

Rosehill Christmas lights switch on will feature live music and Santa's grotto

Rosehill Christmas lights switch on 2015

Weekend weather: SNOW to hit parts of the UK this weekend - but London might miss out

Weekend weather: SNOW to hit parts of the UK this weekend - but London might miss out

Krtin Nithiyanandam's Alzheimer's test could detect the disease before symptoms materialise

International recognition for Sutton schoolboy who developed test for Alzheimer's

Rock choir singing for St Raphael's Hospice and Change Foundation

Rock choir singing for St Raphael's Hospice and Change Foundation

The sheep were bitten and suffered tear marks to their bodies in the horrific attack by one, or several dogs.

Sheep mauled to death and mutilated by dog in Cheam field

Cash boost - Epsom and St Helier Hospitals get funding to stave off winter financial meltdown

Largest cash injection ever for Epsom and St Helier Hospitals amid warnings of winter crisis

The Met Office has said that snow could sweep through south London and Surrey this weekend.

Sleet and snow to be expected in south London and Surrey following Storm Barney

Worcester Park community police pane urges Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe not to cut neighbourhood policing

Worcester Park community group urges Met Commissioner not to swing the axe at neighbourhood policing

Most areas of south London and Surrey will see a dry start to the morning before rain from the east settles across the capital.

Thursday's weather forecast: Rain, clouds and brief moments of sunshine

The night will feature sing-along carols with St Elphege's School Choir, Morris dancing and an opportunity to meet Santa himself. Stock picture

Wallington Christmas Lights 2015: Your quick guide to what's happening

Emergency services respond to a mock terrorist attack in Sutton

VIDEO: What would happen in Sutton in the event of a 'dirty bomb' terrorist attack? Our reporter finds out

Since November 1 there have been six reports made by schools where a child had been spoken to by a stranger, or made to feel uncomfortable by people in cars.

Children approached by drivers in Sutton six times since November 1 police reveal

The Prince met with patients at the specialist cancer hospital where the Sutton Guardian earlier reported that a world-first trial treatment that burns away cancer pain had taken place.

Prince William in Sutton: Did you spot the Duke?

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