Merton Council is well prepared to deal with icy roads in the coming months with its store of 2,400 tonnes of salt and fleet of five gritting vehicles at the […]
A fly-tipper is the first to have been hit with a £400 fine by Merton Council after new rules were introduced which enable the council to tackle fly-tipping more effectively.
It was a case of sheer pedal power for thousands of riders including Merton Council staff who raised a decent wedge for charity by cycling 100 miles in the RideLondon […]
Merton Council has been working in partnership with the emergency services, Thames Water, UK Power Networks and Virgin after a water main burst in south Wimbledon yesterday.
Merton Council’s highways team is continuing to work around the clock to keep the gullies clear of debris as sewers have become overwhelmed with unusually heavy rainfall.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club?
A parade will march through the streets of Morden to celebrate members of the country’s Armed Forces on Saturday, 25 June.
Merton Council is cracking down on illegal pavement parking by motorists from this week in response to concerns raised by residents, especially wheelchair users and parents with push chairs.
New cameras will be installed across the borough next month as the council moves a step closer to enforcing moving traffic offences using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).