Tenant in Wandsworth housing block 'very uncomfortable and nervous' following fire on Monday

A tenant in a Wandsworth housing block is “very uncomfortable and nervous” in her own home following a fire on Monday. On Monday, June 26, just after 10pm, London Fire Brigade was called to a small fire in the bin room of Landseer House on

£10,000 reward offered for information on Walton murder

A reward of up to £10,000 is being offered for information about the murder of 48-year-old Scott Wilkinson in Walton. Mr Wilkinson’s body was found in the Thames near Donkey Island, near Waterside Drive, on July 28, 2016. It is believed h

Murder investigation launched after 20-year-old dies following Cobham Services incident

A murder investigation has been launched after a 20-year-old man died today following a serious assault at Cobham Services. Police were called to the petrol station at 3.15pm on Monday, June 26, to reports of a fight between two groups of peopl

Man found dead on train line near Plumstead station

A man has been found dead on the train line near Plumstead station. Commuters faced major delays as emergency services dealt with the incident this morning. British Transport Police said the death was being treated as "unexplained" after the

Fallon: We’ll Back Trump’s Syria War

Defence Secretary rallies behind US as president threatens more military action against AssadBRITAIN’S “weak and rotten” government must not march behind US President Donald Trump into another disastrous Middle Eastern war, the Stop the War Coa

RMT: Southern travellers: ‘Tories’ guinea pigs’

Passengers thrown under wheels of ideology, says CashTORIES are using passengers on Southern rail as guinea pigs in their bid to roll out driver-only trains across Britain, RMT leader Mick Cash said yesterday.His comments come ahead of the next wave

Brazil: Temer charged with accepting £9m in bribes

Embattled leader could face impeachmentBRAZIL’S attorney-general has charged President Michel Temer with taking multi-million-pound bribes — driving the unpopular right-winger closer to impeachment.Rodrigo Janot submitted the corruption charge ag

Village shop opens after three years of closure

A NEW shop in Wormelow has opened its doors, more than three years since the last one closed. Mark Burch, from Haverfordwest, is at the helm of the new shop called Carrot and Wine Stores. The emphasis is on selling local produce and there is

Bride makes an entrance at wedding – by arriving in husband's huge lorry

ONE county bride knew just how to make an entrance at her wedding – by rocking up to church in a huge lorry owned by her husband-to-be. Emily Worth and Jamie Duggan, both 25, met and fell in love as teenagers at an auto grass meeting at Hampt

Golf course near Bromyard saved from closure

A COUNTY golf club has been saved from closure. Sapey Golf Club, near Bromyard, was due to close its Oak Course on (Friday, June 30), while the Rowan Course and Footgolf Site was set to close on August 11. The club, owned by the same family

Parents fight for centre for disabled children to stay open as it is 'key to coping'

Parents are pleading with authorities to rethink their decision on closing a vital service for disabled children. Nascot Lawn Respite Centre, which looks after children who need constant medical supervision to provide relief for families, is cu

Watford MP challenges closure of centre for disabled centre

Families that rely on a centre for disabled children are meeting with the authorities to discuss the closure of the site. It was announced on June 16 that Nascot Lawn Respite Centre, Langley Road, would close on October 31. The decision made

Racist graffiti in Watford town centre 'reflects changing attitude towards EU nationals'

An EU national living in Watford says anti-European graffiti which recently appeared on a town centre wall reflects a changing attitude towards foreigners living in the area. Elisa Bonente, 39, originally from Italy, has been living in Watford

Celebrity gangster Dave Courtney is showing his softer side by opening his 'castle' house to Grenfell Tower survivors

Plumstead’s former gangster resident Dave Courtney is “showing his softer side” by opening up his home to support the survivors of the tragic Grenfell Tower fire and their families. Mr Courtney, infamous for being an associate of the Kray

A Sutton tower block's cladding has failed fire safety tests

Tests have confirmed that cladding at a Sutton tower block has failed fire safety testing. Samples of the cladding at Chaucer House, in Chaucer Gardens, were taken for investigation in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire which killed 79 pe