Police are searching for a man wanted for a burglary which took place inside a place of worship.
This weekend the Putney studio used by the renowned artist and sculptor Alan Thornhill – the man behind the famous Putney Sculpture Trail – will be open to the public ahead of an online auction of some of his works of art.
The council is running a series of free courses over the coming weeks to help people get new digital skills, brush up old ones and get into employment.
Road users and bus passengers are being reminded that two sets of major road works are to begin in Clapham Junction next week.
Hundreds of new Covid-19 infections are being confirmed in Wandsworth as the borough reports one of London's highest infection rates.
A lorry driver has denied causing death by careless driving after a crash in Battersea two years ago.
Thames Water caused traffic chaos on roads in the borough a court has heard when it set up a series of roadworks with temporary traffic lights without any permission or advance warning.
Headteachers and governing bodies at the borough’s schools have been commended for the careful management of their budgets.
Wandsworth residents who are EU citizens now have less than ten days to apply for Settled Status.
Police have named a man who was “brutally” shot in the chest and “left to die” in the doorway of his south London home.