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Format: 2017-09-21
Format: 2017-09-21

Buildings with exceptional architecture in Kingston will be open to the public for a limited time only this September

Kingston is taking part in Open House London for the first time in its 25 year history.

Matthew Eglinton who sexually exploited 12-year-old girl avoids jail

Mug shot: Matthew Eglinton

A 26-year-old man who started a relationship with a 12-year-old girl online with the intention of sexually exploiting her has avoided jail.

Care home resident celebrates turning 103

A 103-year-old woman has celebrated her birthday at the Royal Star and Garter home in Surbiton.

Travellers from Alexander and Fairfield move out of the borough

The unauthorised traveller encampment in the Alexandra Recreation Ground in Tolworth, then the Fairfield in Kingston, has been moved out of the borough.

‘Upmarket travellers’ encamp on cricket pitch

‘Upmarket travellers’ with ‘top-of-the-range’ caravans and Range Rovers have set up camp in Tolworth.

How to help Kingston foodbank, and what they need most

Kingston Foodbank is urgently appealing for food items to be donated to help those in need.

Relief for commuters as Hook Road reopens more than a week early after gas works

Hook Road in Surbiton has reopened more than a week before it was scheduled to, after essential work to gas mains was completed much earlier than expected.

Cyclist hit with car ‘has not suffered life-threatening injuries’, police believe

A cyclist was hit with a car in Surbiton this afternoon.

Crossrail 2 backed by Transport Secretary and Mayor of London

Crossrail 2 has moved a step closer to reality after a 'productive meeting' between the Mayor of London and Transport Secretary.

Surbiton junior golfer wins qualification for UK and Ireland finals

Surbiton junior golfer Elliot MacGregor

Surbiton junior golfer Elliot MacGregor has won qualification for the final of the American Golf Junior Championship.