Officials at Transport for London have said sorry after a bus driver left a disabled passenger stranded on the roadside.Read the full story ›
Police raided an address in Kingston after spotting the listing on the auction site.Read the full story ›
Officers were called to reports of a few cannabis plants spotted in the borough - but got more than they bargained forRead the full story ›
Germain Fofana was finally caught after leaving his mobile phone at a jewellery shop in South London.Read the full story ›
A female cyclist has been hit by a car on Wheatfield Way in Kingston. The incident happened at around 1:45 this afternoon. The woman - thought to be in her 50s - was taken to hospital with head injuries.
Advanced Trauma Team helicopter just landed on Wheatfield Way in Kingston, can't be good news :( http://t.co/8b6Cvq15NB
Police in Kingston are appealing for help to trace a missing 82-year-old man from Tolworth.
He is a white male, 5'6" tall, with short white hair and a mole on his forehead. He suffers from diabetes, high blood pressure and dementia. He may be confused and panicked.
At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a grey shirt, navy blue trousers and a brown three-quarter length coat.
Officers say they are increasingly concerned for his wellbeing and have urged anyone with information on his whereabouts to call 999 and quote ref 14MIS014040.
There were over a thousand recorded pothole injuries last year. Top of the list: Kingston upon Thames with 315 .Read the full story ›
Newham Council paid out the most money in compensation: £188,864.
Kingston had the highest number of injuries: 315, followed by Wandsworth: 256, and Hounslow: 202.
Ealing and Wandsworth spent the most on repairs: £996,175 and £721,375 respectively.
Barnet, Haringey, Hounslow and Wandsworth all had more than a thousand individual complaints about potholes (1,772; 1,766; 1,066; 1,654).