A dog was stolen from a Wimbledon pensioner in a violent robbery last week. Mike Jasper, 66, was walking his
Wimbledon’s Dons Local Action Group won the Sports for Social Change award at the Sports Journalists’ Association’s awards in November.
Merton Council’s Planning Applications Committee granted YMCA Wimbledon planning permission for a nine-story development on Friday, subject to conditions. The
Wimbledon Guild and Merton Council have partnered to launch the Merton Moves initiative. The project, launched on the 30th November,
The leader of Merton Council toured the borough on Small Business Saturday, in a pledge to support local companies and
‘She’s saving lives’ – Demand for stem4 teenage mental health support quadruples as virtual conference airs
“The ripple effect of what she is doing is absolutely incredible – she’s changing lives and saving lives.”
A musician is attempting to break the record for the world’s longest busking in Kingston next week. Laurie Wright, 29,
Wimbledon Christmas markets will start this weekend, hoping to offer festive cheer despite the national coronavirus lockdown. The markets will
Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond declined to comment this month on three open letters from a Merton councillor within a fortnight.
A report from the Healthy Streets Scorecard has shown that Merton has the highest proportion of school streets in London.
Merton councillor calls for public apology from Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond after constituent email
Merton councillor Paul Kohler expressed ‘concern’ in an open letter to Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond last Sunday, following accusations of