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Four More Days of Strikes Planned By Bus Drivers
Current industrial action could extend through spring and summer
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Wimbledon Parking Permits Could Soon Be UK's Most Expensive
Location-based charging system means local drivers paying a premium
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Robber Strikes on Train Between Wimbledon and Worcester Park
Brandished knife and demanded that victim handover mobile phone
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'A Little Bit Calmer' at St George's Hospital
Pressure eases but over 200 still being treated for Covid-19
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Local Bus Services To Be Hit By Industrial Action
Strike taking place over three days on a number of routes in the area
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Campaign To Save Historic Dorset Hall For The Community
Georgian building was home to pioneering Wimbledon suffragette
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Colliers Wood Twin Tower Block Scheme Submitted To Planners
Largest tower would reach 26 storeys and form "cluster" with Britannia Point
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Donation Boost For Wimbledon School Laptop Campaign
Local Labour party helps with essential home schooling equipment
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Southfields Leaseholders Furious at Huge Bill From Council
Told they must pay up to £20,000 each toward major works programme
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New Masterplan Being Drawn Up for Wandle Delta
Residents being asked to comment on proposal for the riverside area
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Mayor Will Underwrite Police Numbers if Re-elected
Sadiq Khan promises an extra £30 million to plug funding gap
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Have Your Say On Architects' Views Of Your Part Of Merton
Local character study will inform future planning decisions in the borough
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Two Thirds of Londoners 'Want Mayoral Vote To Be By Post'
Survey suggests support for abandoning in person voting in May election
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Bus Drivers To Strike Over '£2,500 a Year Pay Cut'
New arrangement would mean staff would not be paid during breaks
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Mixed Reaction To Government's Cladding Announcement
Sadiq Khan says it is shameful some homeowners will still pay for removal
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Key Workers May Be Exempt from Proposed Boundary Charge
£3.50 fee to enter greater London would aim to cover TfL deficit
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Public Consultation Begins on Putting CCTV in Taxis
TfL considering making cameras mandatory in black cabs and minicabs
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More Than One Million Londoners Have Had Vaccine
Target remains to give jab to all vulnerable groups by mid-February
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MP Demands More Testing After SA Variant Found Locally
Rosena Allin-Khan makes call after new strain appears in neighbouring postcode
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World's First Alternating Vaccine Trial at St. George's
Will investigate if getting doses from different manufacturers are effective
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Putney Society To Host Commons Election Hustings
Hear from those seeking to be Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators
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Upskirting Incident at South Wimbledon Station
Police release CCTV image of man they wish to speak to
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TfL Asking Staff in SA Variant Hit Areas To Come to Work
Union says directive goes against government advice
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Wimbledon Guild Still Supporting the Community Through Lockdown
Same aims different methods as it adapts to the pandemic
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Ruskin and His Love for the River Wandle
Victorian art critic saw its pollution as a metaphor for the human race
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Merton's Covid-19 Death Toll Reaches Three Hundred
Number of cases in borough falls but still at dangerous level
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Over Three Quarters of a Million Londoners Receive Vaccine
Rollout in the capital no longer the slowest in the country
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This Year's Ride London Event Cancelled
Festival of cycling was due to take place in May
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Hartfield Walk Will Be New 'Escape Route' In Wimbledon Town Centre
Walkway is being transformed into a place to socialise and be inspired
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Plans For All-Night McDonald's In Wimbledon Is Refused
Police and residents had objected to application for a 24-hour licence
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Merton Council Chief Executive Steps Down
Ged Curran had been in the role for seventeen years
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London Assembly Told Brexit Won't Affect Medicine Supply
'Robust' plans in place to avoid shortages including for Covid vaccine
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Feeding the Frontline Hospital Workers During the Crisis
Critical NHS providing food and supplies to staff at St. George's
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TfL Says It is Cracking Down on Facemask Refuseniks
Over 1,700 fines handed out to people flouting rules on public transport
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Third Man Charged Over Wimbledon Murder
41-year-old Paul Dalton was stabbed to death on The Broadway
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TfL Ditches Plans To Make All Stations Cashless
Change would have caused problems for Londoners without a bank card
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McDonald's Want To Offer All-Night Fast Food In Wimbledon
Police and residents object to application for a 24-hour licence
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Owner Fined After Dog Attacks Deer in Richmond Park
Police release footage as number of similar cases rises during pandemic
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Merton Residents Invited To Record Their Pandemic Experiences
Loving Earth: A Legacy of Lockdown asks people to create textile panels
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Covid-19 Death Toll at St. George's Passes 500
TV Chef urges support for staff by sticking to the rules after visit to the hospital
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Nearly 600 London Buildings Still Have Unsafe Cladding
Defects remain widespread and residents face financial ruin
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St George's Hospital 'Under Enormous Pressure'
Over 300 patients being treated for Covid-19 including 79 in intensive care
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City Hall's Portion of Council Tax To Rise By 9.5%
Mayor says government has left him with little other option
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Union Calls For More Protection After Three TfL Staff Die
RMT says it is not ruling out industrial action over the issue
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Major Incident Declared in London as Hospitals Struggle
Met warns that fines will be issued more quickly for obvious rule breaches
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£125 Million Needed By TfL To Keep Free Travel
Concessionary fares for under-18s and over-60s not covered in government deal
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Mayor Sadiq Khan Calls for Eviction Ban Extension
Current protection for private renters set to expire
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Senior NHS Doctor Says Covid Rule-breaking 'Demoralising'
Tells of seeing groups not social distancing as he travels home from work
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Coronavirus Alert Issued To Merton Park Residents
Warning as weekly covid cases in local ward reach almost one in 100 people
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Major Milestone Reached for Northern Line Extension
Test trains make their first journey through the new tunnels
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St. George's Hospital Suspends All Routine Surgery
Non-urgent outpatient appointments also cancelled due to Covid and A&E usage
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Calls Grow To Postpone Reopening of Schools
London Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey proposes two week 'circuit breaker'
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Hunt For Deen City Farm Ferret Thieves
Men captured on CCTV breaking into South Wimbledon urban farm
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High Rise Vision For Wimbledon Centre Court Shopping Centre Site
Marketing literature shows three blocks towering over former Town Hall
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Emergency Measures for Homeless As Temperatures Set to Drop
Councils and charities compelled to open accommodation for rough sleepers
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Morden Hall Road Crash Victim Dies
Witnesses sought after 66-year-old female pedestrian hit by car
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Riverside Radio Wins Digital Station of the Year
As three presenters are chosen to host Christmas shows on BBC Radio 1
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Legal Action Threat Over St Helier Hospital Downgrade
Merton Council challenging Matt Hancock over the decision
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Greensleeves Morris Men Go Online For Festive Mummers Play
New leader says they are looking forward to performing in public when able
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Charity Wishing Tree Raises Funds On Wimbledon Common
Volunteers aim to end the year with sparkle and hope
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Mayor Says He Has Been Forced To Raise Fares
First increase in nearly five years a condition of government funding
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Wimbledon YMCA Redevelopment Gets The Go-Ahead
Nine-storey residential tower to be built alongside new YMCA block
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Supreme Court Gives Go Ahead To Third Runway
Anti-Heathrow expansion campaigners still doubt it will ever be built
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Wimbledon MP Says Schools Should Be Closed
Stephen Hammond wants the Christmas break to be extended
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Consent Given for New McDonald's in Wimbledon
Fast food chain to build store on Plough Lane opposite new stadium
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Wimbledon Village Is Covid-19 Infection Hotspot
Number of cases across Merton is also higher than the national average
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte Set To Attend School By Wimbledon Common
Former Hall School premises taken over by Thomas's Battersea
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Man Dies After Being Hit By Train Close To Wimbledon Station
Air ambulance is among the emergency services called to the scene
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Merton Launches Local Covid-19 Case Tracing Service
New team will step in when national system unable to track contacts
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Merton Council Urged To Scrap 'Unfair Parking Tax' Proposals
Labour accused of being anti-car and punishing areas that didn't vote for them
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Controversial Bishopsford Road Bridge Design Approved
New scheme includes a lane share between cyclists and pedestrians
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Air Pollution Levels Breached Outside Three Wimbledon Schools
On Clean Air Day, local campaigner believes limits are still being broken
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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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Wimbledon Police Station Is Given A Reprieve
Queens Road facility chosen as location for emergency response unit
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West London Kitchens And Bedrooms
Looking for a lockdown project?
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Dancing With H By C. S. Fiore
Published at the outbreak of Coronavirus
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Pupils 'Glued' To Wimbledon BookFest's Word Up! Event
Digital education programme and competition help keep students stimulated
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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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Forthcoming Transport Disruption in Wimbledon
Tubes and train services affected by engineering work
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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 Moves Campaign Launched To Inspire Older Residents
Aims to highlight the benefit of a more active lifestyle
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London Mayoral Election To Go Ahead This May
Government has no plans to cancel vote despite public health issues
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The Wombles Make a Return to Wimbledon
Furry Common residents have positive environmental message to spread
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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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Wimbledon's Polka Theatre Delays Re-Opening To 2021
Children's theatre was to re-open this autumn following redevelopment
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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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The Italian Plumber Tells Us All To Suck It Up
Handy tip to deal with those everyday blockages
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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
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Average Wimbledon House Price Reaches Record High During Lockdown
Demand for family homes remained robust despite pandemic
 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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Ten-Storey Wimbledon Block Plans Approved In Controversial Vote
Town centre scheme gets go-ahead despite committee vote confusion
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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
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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Job Advert: Join Merton's Social Prescribing Team
Help refer patients to local non-clinical services
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