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Format: 2024-05-25
Format: 2024-05-25

Dozen community gardeners spruce up Queen’s promenade

A dozen volunteers from The Friends of Queen's Prom gathered to clean up the riverside park on Portsmouth Road in Kingston at the weekend.

Man in his 70s dies in street by Surbiton Station

A man in his seventies died in Claremont Road in Surbiton on Sunday night.

Clean up day and picnic for residents in Fishponds park

Surbiton residents are invited to come along to a clean up and picnic day in Fishponds Park on Hollyfield Road this weekend.

Man stabbed to death in Kingston named as 22-year-old man from Surbiton

A 22-year-old man who was stabbed to death in Kingston has been named as Malik Chattun from Surbiton as police appeal for information.

Surbiton boxer who built his first gym in parents' garden now helping community

Nine years ago, Greg Stallard spent his days working as an electrician and his spare time building a boxing gym in his parents' back garden.

New Roystons lamppost

A new lamppost has been installed in Berrylands.

Ziggy Stardust could be commemorated as part of new 950-home Tolworth site

David Bowie’s first ever gig as Ziggy Stardust was in a pub next to the A3 in south west London – and the historic event could now be commemorated as part of plans to build 950 homes on the site.

More than £5 million of 'unfair' fines will not be paid back by Kingston Council

More than £5 million of fines will not be paid back despite the council admitting they were unfair – and despite campaigners asking councillors to look at the budget again.

Work to begin soon on largest Kingston development in 50 years

Early work can now begin on the largest development in Kingston for fifty years, after the council approved a 950-home development on the Tolworth Toby Jug site by the A3.

Surbiton school's hours may be slashed amid council budget cuts

Grand Avenue Primary School may have to reduce its hours if planned budget cuts go ahead.