Latest News In Kingston

20th Apr 2018

Disused warehouses to be demolished to make way for 20 affordable homes

Disused buildings next to Kingston Cemetery are set to be torn down to be replaced with 20 flats, after councillors voted to grant planning permission.
20th Apr 2018

20-year-old dies a week after crashing car into a wall in Kingston

A man died after his car crashed into a wall in Kingston, and police are appealing for witnesses.
20th Apr 2018

Video: Chessington World of Adventures welcomes baby gorilla

20th Apr 2018

'Give Timothy a chance': helping Kingston rough sleeper get money for a home

A Kingston woman is trying to raise money to help get a rough sleeper into a home, after finding out all his belongings had been stolen.
20th Apr 2018

London weather: April heatwave goes on with more sun and 28C high

We are set for another scorcher as April’s summer-like weather promises a balmy beginning to the weekend.
19th Apr 2018

'Help keep Malden Manor community garden tidy'

The team looking after the community garden outside Malden Manor station needs donations towards its upkeep.
19th Apr 2018

Chelsea hero Kerry Dixon speaks ahead of charity legends match in Spelthorne

Two legends teams will battle it out in a football match to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
19th Apr 2018

Surbiton Hockey Club wins prize after public vote

Surbiton Hockey Club has won £250 after a public vote which rewards good causes in the borough.
19th Apr 2018

Malden Centre Swimathon coming up soon

The Malden Centre’s Swimathon, in aid of Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie, is just around the corner.
19th Apr 2018

Teenager arrested after Kingston double stabbing

A teenager has been arrested after a double stabbing in central Kingston.
19th Apr 2018

Monster Raving Loony Party candidate to celebrate victory on night before election

The Monster Raving Loony Party candidate in the Kingston local elections has arranged his “victory celebrations” for the night before votes open.
19th Apr 2018

Hersham primary school just £2,500 off giving entire Ugandan village clean water supply

A primary school in Hersham is just £2,500 away from giving its sister school in Uganda a permanent supply of clean water.