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3 hrs ago | Surreycomet.co.uk
Kingston Council hopes to hire two Wandsworth council officers with stab proof vests to deal with traveller encroachments in the borough.
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7 hrs ago | Ealing Times
STUDENTS at the Southall campus of Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College were encouraged to think of themselves as inventors by former Southall mechanical engineering student and inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis.
11 hrs ago | Daily Echo
A GROUP of seven have been charged with the supply of heroin and cocaine in Southampton as part of Operation Fortress .
11 hrs ago | Times-series.co.uk
North Finchley library worker Cathy Yilmaz, is joined by fellow public sector workers outside North Finchley Library this morning Library staff, binmen and teaching assistants are among dozens of public sector workers taking part in a day of strike action over pay, pensions and cuts today.
14 hrs ago | News Shopper
Copers Cope Residents' Association has written a letter to the authority following the announcement of a new Thameslink and Great Northern franchise that looks to be cutting local links.
17 hrs ago | Wimbledon Guardian
A 24-year-old man has been jailed for nearly three years after stealing a blind man's phone and forcing him to travel to a cash point to pay to get it back.
In accordance with the deposit agreement, the Churchill Archives Center is opening Mitrokhin's edited Russian-language versions of his original notes.
Fed up with responses from Kent County Council over its decision to implement the Safe and Sensible lighting initiative, Tina Brooker has written to David Cameron, as well as Ed Miliband and UKIP's Nigel Farage.
'We were always meant to be together and always be one': Retired gas fitter shot his terminally ill wife then killed himself after recording message saying he couldn't live without her A husband who shot his terminally ill wife before turning the gun on himself left a tape recorded message saying 'I can't live without her', an inquest heard.
The family of a teenager who suffered life-changing injuries when a car ploughed through a red light and knocked her down have called for a law change after learning the driver faces just a fine and points on his licence.
A pair of "evil" gun-wielding brothers who raped and robbed two Lewisham women in a "reign of terror" have been jailed for a total of 42 years.
More than 100 people showed their support for a working farm that could be shut down as part of council proposals.
Charity Jewish Care, in Golders Green Road, invited volunteers to hold their own tea parties and cake sales to raise money for the charity.
London Fire Brigade has urged homeowners to be more careful when it comes to leaving glass or crystal objects on sills exposed to sunlight Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
A JD Wetherspoon logo, as the pub chain is to cut the opening times of its outlets at the weekends in response to late-night levies being introduced by local councils Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is to cut the opening times of its outlets at the weekends in response to late-night levies being introduced by local councils.
A landmark moment in the re-development of a Wimbledon hospital was marked by health bosses yesterday in a special ceremony at which they revealed plans for a similar development in the middle of Mitcham .
Chickenshed theatre, in Chase Side, Southgate, will be performing at the Barclaycard British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park this week.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:37 pm
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