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Paramedics on Bikes Scheme Launched in Merton
Plan is to reduce winter pressure on local GP surgeries
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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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Average Wimbledon House Price Reaches Record High During Lockdown
Demand for family homes remained robust despite pandemic
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TfL Restore Support For Visually Impaired on the Tube
Physical sighted assistance to be offered to passengers in need again
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Second Phase of Support Announced By Merton Giving
Coronavirus fund providing financial aid to local charities in need
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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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Sadiq Khan Says London Should Be Put In Tier 2 Lockdown
Any higher level of restriction would be 'hammer blow' to capital's economy
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Black Paint Job Plan For Wimbledon Art College Causes Local Fury
New-look facade is part of redevelopment plans for arts facility
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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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Colliers Wood High Rise Scheme Conflicts With Draft Local Plan
Two tower plan is opposite the "sensitive" Wandle Park location
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Mark Allison Appointed Leader of Merton Council
Pledges to put diversity and justice at the heart of his administration
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Knitted Hats Wanted for Inmates of Wandsworth Prison
Southfields residents association collecting them to donate
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Shaun Bailey Claims Tax Rise Could Be Needed To Fund Free Travel
Mayoral hopeful says keeping benefit for pensioners and children would be expensive
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Headcount Reduced and Climate Change Policies Slashed at City Hall
Mayor forced to make drastic cuts due to 'unprecedented' fall in tax revenue
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Survey Shows 25% of Londoners Don't Want Covid Vaccine
Most get their news from YouTube rather than traditional sources
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Wimbledon Councillor Makes Plea for Hospitality Industry
Paul Kohler owns a bar in central London anticipating disastrous weekend
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Mayor Welcomes Biden Win After Series of Spats with Trump
Sadiq Khan tells President Elect that London looks forward to working with him
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Fury Over 26-Storey Colliers Wood Tower Block Scheme
Critics tell developers to return their two tower plans to the drawing board
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Man Charged With Rape and Kidnap in Merton
Vigilante gangs hunted suspect after video published on social media
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Controversial Bishopsford Road Bridge Design Approved
New scheme includes a lane share between cyclists and pedestrians
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Independent Review Backs Plan for New Hospital in Sutton
Emergency facility at Royal Marsden site would replace unit at St Helier
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New Elections To Be Held for Commons Conservators
Residents of Putney and Wimbledon will be eligible to vote
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Covid-19 Infections in Merton Spreading to Elderly
Early cases in second wave had been mainly confined to younger age groups
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Backlash Against Grassroots Sport Restrictions Grows
Campaigners say move aiming to limit spread of virus is senseless and harmful
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Two Police Officers Charged Over Haydons Road Shooting
Man suffered non-fatal injuries outside Sainsbury’s store in Wimbledon
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Southfields Shopping Area Makeover Continues
First phase of works along Replingham Road due to finish by Christmas
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What The TfL Emergency Deal Means For Londoners
Transport Network gets funding for six months but with conditions
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Call For Action On Wimbledon Roads Commemorating Slave Owners
Events to mark Black History Month are just "tokenism" says campaigner
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The Wombles Make a Return to Wimbledon
Furry Common residents have positive environmental message to spread
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CCTV Still Issued After Incident on Train Between Wimbledon and Tooting
Man reported to have outraged public decency
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Arts Grants Boost For Wimbledon-Based Cultural Activities
Local groups set to benefit from Culture Recovery Fund
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Queen's Birthday Honour for Departing Merton Council Leader
Stephen Alambritis given an MBE for services to local government
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Another Round of Parking Charge Increases Proposed in Merton
New rates will be based on the emissions of vehicles
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Fury As Residents Face 18-Month Wimbledon Road Closure
Graham Road is closed again to allow hotel building work
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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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Tributes Paid To Football Coach Who Died in Wimbledon
Twenty-year-old Andrae Stevens Jr. collapsed while playing 5-a-side
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Wimbledon Common Golf Club Is Pioneer In Use Of Anti-Covid Coating
Camp Road facility is first golf club in the country to use antimicrobial product
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Date of AFC Wimbledon's First Fixture at New Stadium Confirmed
Club to host Doncaster Rovers at Plough Lane but without fans
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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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Controversial Wimbledon Road Closure Is Temporarily Suspended
But Graham Road still set to be shut for many months while new hotel is built
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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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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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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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Wimbledon Police Station Is Given A Reprieve
Queens Road facility chosen as location for emergency response unit
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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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Discover Classic Deli Online Gourmet Shop for you to Cook like a Chef at home!
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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 Disruption on Public Transport
Tubes and trains 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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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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Theatre Throughout Isolation
Free screenings including the Orange Tree Theatre - not just the national names
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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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Merton Heritage Day Will Raise Awareness Of Local History
Annual event will follow Covid regulations to offer you an enjoyable day
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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 Upper Scale Ltd
Finest quality of fish delivered to your door.
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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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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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