A recent study has found that government and NHS messaging around COVID-19 testing left many people from Black, Asian and minority backgrounds feeling abandoned and blamed for COVID’s spread.
Following last November’s look at local independent shops, SWL returned to see how Christmas trade fared for the three stores, and whether the easing
As London was hit by a huge wave of the COVID-19 Omicron variant during December, shoppers began to avoid the
Statement from Labour, Green and Lib Dem London Assembly Members relating to alleged COVID-19 breach at Conservative Party HQ in December 2020
Putting aside political differences Labour, Green and Liberal Democrat Assembly Members have come together in a joint call to Cressida Dick,
The Churchill’s pub on St John’s hill in Battersea.
An exhibition of tapestries reflecting on an artist’s experience of lockdown has opened at an art gallery in Twickenham. “Thank
A community theatre in Putney has experimented with new performance techniques that utilise livestreaming and podcasting services.
While keeping their actors socially distanced in their homes, they have continued to provide live performances, dramatic readings and acting lessons over a variety of platforms.
Northcote Road businesses have shared their delight after Wandsworth Council approved plans to reprise the weekend pedestrianisation initiative, first implemented
While the travel industry has almost completely ground to a halt during the pandemic, some people are making the difficult
Your guide to post-lockdown RunThrough and Richmond RUNFEST events in south west London.
Kingston residents expressed confusion last week over whether new Tier 2 lockdown restrictions applied to them. The government announced that