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Format: 2020-04-05
Format: 2020-04-05

Sinkhole appears in Surbiton Crescent - cause under investigation

Traffic diversions are in place as Thames Water investigates why the hole appeared, and works out what repairs are required.

Comedy, dance, music, circus and more: 200 events for tenth International Youth Art Festival programme

More than 200 performances and events have been confirmed for the 2018 International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston.

Tattoo training academy coming to vacant Berrylands shop

A tattoo training academy is to be set up in a vacant shop in Berrylands.

Homeowners near Crossrail 2 stations could be hit by new tax

People living near Crossrail 2 stations could be hit by a new tax, under proposals being considered by Transport for London (TfL).

From Russia with 'love': man convinces catfish he is really Ant McPartlin

After meeting an attractive Russian suitor online, a Surbiton man realised it might be too good to be true.

Returning council leader Liz Green's thoughts on the election and the Liberal Democrats' task at hand

An emergency budget is going to be called by the Liberal Democrats following their thumping victory in the Kingston local elections.

Holocaust survivor gives talk about time in hiding at Tolworth Girls School

Tolworth Girls School students heard first-hand from Holocaust survivor Cirla Lewis.

Mystery of 250-year-old unreadable Kingston milestone solved

The mystery of a 250-year-old milestone in Surbiton Road has been solved by an associate professor from Kingston University.

Liberal Democrats storm Kingston local elections with 18 gains

The Liberal Democrats have regained control of Kingston Council, taking a host of seats from the Conservatives.

Carpenter sentenced for £18,000 tax fraud

A Surbiton carpenter who fraudulently claimed £18,000 in tax repayments has been sentenced.