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"Eyesore of tall towers": Postponed meeting for Tolworth Tower developement set for new year

The date for the meeting to discuss the controversial Tolworth Tower development has been set.

£10,000 stolen from hospitalised 80-year-old's Surbiton home

An envelope with £10,000 was taken from an 80-year-old man's house when he was hospitalised with cancer.

Brothel madam ran £1m sex empire from New Malden and Surbiton houses

A brothel madam made more than £1m from running sex dens in New Malden and Surbiton for over a decade.

Surbiton restaurant to offer free food "for the lonely people" this Christmas Eve

A Surbiton restaurant is tackling loneliness this Christmas by offering free food to whoever visits on Christmas Eve.

"Feeling of taintedness": Victim speaks out after childhood abuser who was London Symphony Orchestra member is jailed

A “trusting child” targeted by a now convicted paedophile and former choirmaster spoke out after historic sexual assaults made his “soul shrink”.

Crash in Kingston town centre

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after an injured man was found lying in the road at 4.30am this morning.

Kingston pet detectives take to social media to reunite owner and lost dog

A dog and her owner were joyously reunited after a Kingston borough-wide social media campaign tracked the runaway pet across the borough for a week.

Armed police 'seize weapons' from Surbiton home after man found in distress

Armed police swarmed into Surbiton's Alpha Road estate last night and seized "weapons" after paramedics reported a man in distress.

Homeless man on fire died "accidental death" after cigarette set alight sleeping bag as he slept

A homeless man who ran out into a New Malden street on fire before collapsing in front of people died after his cigarette set fire to his sleeping bag as he slept.

Kingston primary schools on the rise in latest league tables

Kingston primary schools are performing better than the rest of the country with pass rates in reading, writing and maths continuing to rise.

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