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Man Jailed for Colliers Wood Attempted Rape
Khaled Argoub dragged his victim into Wandle Park and assaulted her
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The Dons Local Action Group Gets Set For Second Covid Wave
Volunteer army set by AFC Wimbledon fans is braced for increased demand
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Merton Council Leader To Step Down
Stephen Alambritis has been in the role for a decade
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Wimbledon MP Rebels On Crucial Commons' Brexit Vote
Tory Stephen Hammond abstains on controversial Internal Market Bill
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Wimbledon Road Blockade Planned Over Long-Term Street Closure
Road set to be shut for 18 months for hotel building work
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New Figures Show London’s Recovery Is Car-Lead
Congestion higher outside city centre than it was this time last year
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No Covid-19 Cases at St. George's For Some Weeks
Hospital back up to pre-pandemic capacity for surgery but ready for second wave
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Rush-Hour Traffic Ban For Streets Outside Wimbledon Schools
More 'School Streets' are being rolled out across Merton
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Merton Council Warns Of Large Scale Cuts On The Horizon
Stark warning as coronavirus effect causes £23 million budget gap
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Wimbledon Guild Says This Year It's Your Waggy, Your Way!
Local charity's annual fundraising event will take place virtually
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More Than 20 Local Cremations A Day During Covid-19 Peak
Six funerals a day had no mourners as people watched online
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Community Artist To Transform Graffiti-Hit Wall By Wimbledon Station
Funding made available for three local schemes to boost station access
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Greens Call for A Cross London 20mph Speed Limit
London Assembly member writes to minister urging restriction be made mandatory
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Merton Residents Urged To Talk To Families About Organ Donation
Last year, 17 local people had their lives saved by a transplant
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Public Transport Use Hits Post-Lockdown High
Tube passenger levels still only a third of pre-pandemic levels
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Enjoy The Last Days Of Summer LIVE With Wimbledon Bookfest
Open marquee on Wimbledon Common hosts literary festival this weekend
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'Climate Crime Scene' Is Cordoned Off In Colliers Wood
Extinction Rebellion protesters call for an end to the Beddington incinerator
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Merton Man Loses Job After Council House Him In Birmingham
Ombudsman finds Merton Council at fault for not considering his work status
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Wimbledon's Eddie Catz Softplay Centre Will Not Re-Open
Owner has run out of funds after closure due to pandemic
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Merton's Residents Warned Of Covid Complacency
Cases remain low, but council warns 7,000 people are particularly vulnerable
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Wimbledon Library Set To Re-Open For Business
Limited hours and fewer services as council sticks to Covid guidelines
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Merton Gig Venue Opens For Live Music
The Sound Lounge hosts one of 16 indoor music events to take place in UK
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Wimbledon Travel Agent Backs Campaign For Sector Support
Travel companies back the #SaveTravel initiative
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Police Hunt After Indecent Exposure In A Wimbledon Park
Detectives suspect the man is a regular offender and ask for witnesses
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Wimbledon YMCA Redevelopment Plans Are Submitted For Approval
Latest proposals set for decision by Merton Council
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New Figures Show Merton's Coronavirus Rate Peaked In April
Statistics also reveal borough's July death rate was lower than in 2019
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More Adult Learning Courses For Merton Residents
Extra funding created to help those disadvantaged by Covid-19
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Major Upgrades For Colliers Wood Cycle Superhighway
New sections of protected cycle lane to Elephant & Castle being created
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Wimbledon MP Raps Charity Commission Over Commons Land Probe
Call for Wimbledon & Putney Commons' Conservators to follow up claims
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Wimbledon Police Station Is Given A Reprieve
Queens Road facility chosen as location for emergency response unit
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Name Change Call For Wimbledon Roads Commemorating Slave Owners
Plea for Merton council to re-name local streets
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Merton Councillors Call For Review Of St Helier Hospital 999 Decision
Belmont in Sutton has been picked as location for new emergency hospital
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Traffic Ban Ahead Around Several Wimbledon Schools
Term-time scheme will see restrictions during drop off and pick up times
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Go-Ahead For Five Storey Flats Plan By Historic Merton Abbey Site
Scheme is a smaller version of development which was turned down
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New Paint Job For Wimbledon Station
Facelift for station with external and internal re-painting
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Sustainable Merton's Community Champions Live Up To Their Name
Caring for local people as well as the planet at a time of crisis
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Haile Selassie Statue Is Destroyed In Wimbledon's Cannizaro Park
Incident is thought to be linked to unrest in Ethiopia after singer shot dead
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Ten-Storey Wimbledon Block Plans Approved In Controversial Vote
Town centre scheme gets go-ahead despite committee vote confusion
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St Helier Hospital To Lose Its A&E Department
Belmont in Sutton is picked as location for new specialist emergency care hospital
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Two Arrested After Police Chase Across Wimbledon
Reports of vehicle driving the wrong way down Hartfield Road
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Merton GP Warns Of Need For Long-Term Support Of Covid Survivors
Local health professionals discuss rehabilitation of vulnerable people
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Swan Attacked By Out-Of-Control Dog In Wimbledon's Queensmere Pond
Commons' Conservators remind owners to keep their pets on a lead
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Local Streets Transformed To Give More Space For Cyclists And Walkers
Work is on-going in £490,000 scheme to avoid increase in use of cars
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McDonald's To Open New Wimbledon Town Centre Outlet
Fast food restaurant will be on the site of former Burger King
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Wimbledon's Polka Theatre Delays Re-Opening To 2021
Children's theatre was to re-open this autumn following redevelopment
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The Dons Local Action Group Dispatches 8,000 Food Parcels
Volunteers are helping local people with a widening range of support
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The Upper Scale
Our fish home delivery service is here to stay!
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Go 'Out Out' To The Villa Throughout September
Villa di Geggiano are continuing with 'Eat Out To Help Out' for an extra month
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Forthcoming Public Transport Disruption
Check here before weekend travel from Wimbledon
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Check Our List Of Planned Local Roadworks
Where Wimbledon drivers might get delayed - including two road closures
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Get Your Passport To Polka
Wimbledon's children's theatre offers online stories from around the world
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Theatre Throughout Isolation
Free screenings including the Orange Tree Theatre - not just the national names
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Merton Council's Annual Fireworks Shows Are Cancelled
But Wimbledon Park will host open air cinema this autumn
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Review: Never A Dull Moment In Matthew Bourne's 'The Red Shoes'
"The most beautiful and enchanting of ballets" is at New Wimbledon Theatre
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New Wimbledon Theatre Gets 'On Its Feet'
Review: A vibrant insight into the lives of Gloria and Emilio Estefan
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Curtains At New Wimbledon Theatre Is Full Of Colour And Energy
Review: Jason Manford is "flawless and engaging" as sleuth detective
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Cinderella Offers Something For All At New Wimbledon Theatre
Review: Every panto cliche is tried and tested in this year's seasonal show
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Review: Homing Birds at the Tara Theatre
Clever production on refugee's soul-searching return to his homeland
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Review: Rock Of Ages
Two Kevins surprise at New Wimbledon Theatre
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 Leisure
The Russell Gallery's Latest Exhibition
Wonderful works from Pamela Kay and Anita Mandl
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All-Weather Victory For Dons In Re-Arranged Match
Match report: Wimbledon RFC visit Tunbridge Wells
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Michael McIntyre Helps Redevelopment Of Wimbledon's Polka Theatre
He stars in a special comedy night to raise vital funds
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Review: Priscilla Is A Must For All Musical Theatre Goers
Show leaves the audience grinning broadly at New Wimbledon Theatre
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Hand In Hand Gets New Look
We review their food
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Review: Bar + Block
New restaurant on The Broadway
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Rocky Horror Comes To Town
New Wimbledon Theatre review
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Swan Lake Is 'Mesmerising'
Matthew Bourne's show visits New Wimbledon Theatre
 Property
Wimbledon House Prices Rally With Big Ticket Sales
Final quarter boost for SW19 property market helps prices remain relatively stable
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Wimbledon House Prices Stutter, But Still Out-Perform London Average
SW19 property market is still doing better than other parts of the capital
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Property Prices In Wimbledon Continue To Hold Their Own
The SW19 property market is still out-performing other parts of London
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Wimbledon Property Market Continues To Out-Perform Capital Prices
Prices paid for SW19 homes show another year-on-year increase
 Community
A New Look For WimbledonSW19.com
We have launched a significant upgrade of the site
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Job Advert: Join Merton's Social Prescribing Team
Help refer patients to local non-clinical services
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Fix My Wimbledon Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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