Brand new courses, some of which will be held on Saturdays, are being run during the summer term by Merton Adult Education.
The pregnancy rate in Merton for girls aged 18 or under has reduced by three quarters in under a decade, according to new statistics.
Merton Council lowered its flags this morning as a sign of respect to PC Keith Palmer and the members of the public who were tragically killed in yesterday’s attack on […]
Young people from eight Merton schools performed at the Rambert Experience Day hosted by the renowned national Rambert dance company at the Royal Festival Hall.
A live webcam is streaming footage of protected Peregrine Falcons for the first time. Three eggs have already been laid on the Civic Centre roof and are likely to hatch […]
Former Mayor of Merton, Honorary Alderman Ron Haddow JP, has died aged 97. He passed away peacefully at St Christopher’s Hospice on Friday 10 March.
A three day festival of classical and semi-classical Indian music and poetry is being held in Merton Arts Space and Raynes Park Library.
A Merton Council CCTV operator alerted police to a large group of men who were out stealing mopeds and riding them back to a flat in Phipps Bridge. By the […]
Merton Council is supporting Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on 18 March by expanding it into week of activity and is calling on people to spot and speak out against […]
The places where people live, work and play can have just as much impact on reducing childhood obesity as personal lifestyle choices, according to an independent report.