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Residents in Croydon are lucky enough to have their pick of hundreds of restaurants offering different types of cuisine across the area, whether it’s a quaint café or an ...
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal collision in south Croydon in which a pedestrian was hit by a bin lorry.
Croydon councillors have issued a plea for the government to fund the £7 million annual costs of looking after unaccompanied asylum seeking children in the borough.
The day is finally here, Friday the 13th, Trump first full day in London since becoming President.
The origin of why Friday the 13th is considered such an unlucky day goes back hundreds of years and is shrouded in mystery.
The decision to issue new bins in Croydon has been defended by the council’s cabinet member for clean, green Croydon, Stuart Collins.
A school's decision to have its students grow sunflowers over the six-week break has been praised by parents.
Emergency Services have been called to an incident between Waterloo and Clapham Junction that will cause travel chaos into the night.
Town councils could be trialled in Croydon so councillors in ‘district centres’ could make more decisions.
It is the day a group of Coulsdon kids wait eagerly for each year.
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