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Wandsworth tower block plans would have 'severe adverse affects' for medical centre

Wandsworth tower block plans would have 'severe adverse affects' for medical centre

A planning application to build a tower block in the car park of a medical centre in Wandsworth has caused outrage among residents.

2:54pm Tuesday 23 May 2017

Six-year-olds carry knives in Wandsworth, resident tells police chief

Children as young as six are carrying knives

Children as young as six are carrying knives in the capital, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick heard when she met with community members to discuss the impact of knife crime.

10:43am Friday 19 May 2017

Six-year-olds carrying knives on streets of London, Met chief told

Six-year-olds carrying knives on streets of London, Met chief told

London has seen a wave of knife attacks in recent weeks.

7:33pm Thursday 18 May 2017

Football fans descend on Putney ‘just to fight’ rival supporters

Football fans descended on Putney ‘just to fight’

A group of Brentford FC supporters went to Putney after this weekend’s play-off match allegedly “just to fight” Fulham FC fans.

12:49pm Monday 15 May 2017

Putney teacher took on the London marathon after student sadly died from meningitis.

Putney teacher took on the London marathon after student sadly died from meningitis.

Wendy Archibald, Deputy Head Teacher at Putney High School, competed in the gruelling London marathon on Sunday in aid of the charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF).

9:52am Thursday 27 April 2017

A man has been hospitalised and another arrested after an 'assault' in a Putney pub

A man has been hospitalised and another arrested after an alleged assault in a Putney pub

A man has been hospitalised and another arrested after an incident believed to have started in a pub in Putney.

1:00pm Monday 15 May 2017

Putney woman tells how mother’s intuition led to rare cancer diagnosis for eight-month-old son.

Putney woman tells how mother’s intuition led to rare cancer diagnosis for eight-month-old son.

A young eye cancer survivor from Putney is inviting his peers to join him in raising awareness of the importance of children’s eye health this Retinoblastoma (Rb) Awareness Week  (8-14 May 2017) as it is revealed[1] less than one in three parents…

1:11pm Saturday 6 May 2017

Putney Resident “Presented” with Exciting Opportunity.

Putney Resident “Presented” with Exciting Opportunity.

Putney resident Louis Alexandre recently had the opportunity to learn some insider presenting skills from industry professional Jodie McCallum at DLD College London.

10:50am Saturday 29 April 2017

Here’s why Chelsea’s Premier League win could be bad news for Wandsworth motorists

Chelsea players celebrate victory after the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, London. Adam Davy/PA Wire.

Blue may be the colour for the Premier League winners but motorists in Wandsworth could be seeing red later this month.

9:23am Tuesday 16 May 2017

Little boy who was diagnosed at just eight months promotes awareness around rare cancer

Vinnie and twin sister Georgia

Vinnie Chandler-Shaw was just eight months old when he was diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer. The cancer, retinoblastoma, was in both eyes and would lead to him losing one to save his life.

5:24pm Friday 12 May 2017
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