The council is about to hit litter louts and flytippers with a double whammy - a stronger enforcement team and much heavier on-the-spot-fines.
The Wandsworth Plus Credit Union is holding monthly sessions at the Rose Centre to help local people avoid payday lenders and loan sharks.
The borough’s food businesses are invited to sign up for two workshops in November.
Wandsworth schoolchildren in year 3 will now be given the flu vaccine to help protect them against the potentially harmful disease.
Greenpeace UK has joined forces with Hillingdon, Richmond, Wandsworth and Windsor and Maidenhead councils to prepare grounds for a joint legal challenge against Heathrow expansion.
A campaign from Wandsworth Council and 12 other London boroughs will launch this week to tackle air pollution from idling vehicles and help protect people’s health.
A builder who thought it was okay to dump a huge pile of rubble, timber and other unwanted construction materials in a small local park is being investigated by the council and faces the prospect of a big fine and potentially even a jail term.
Get ready for a weekend of free music and entertainment popping up in unexpected places as The Streets returns to Tooting next month.
Nominations have now closed for the Queenstown by-election.
Work is now well underway on a major new eco-project to support aquatic life in the mouth of the River Wandle.
Animal lovers and their furry friends will be pleased to hear that Wandsworth has been recognised twice in the RSPCA’s 2016 Community Animal Welfare Footprint (CAWF) awards.
There’s still time to get early bird tickets for this year’s Battersea Park firework display on November 5 - but hurry as they are selling fast.
Wandsworth has won a high-profile award for the successful management of its Pensions Shared Service, alongside its partner councils Camden, Merton, Richmond and Waltham Forest.
New flats for affordable home ownership alongside the River Thames, in St Mary’s Park ward, are currently being built by Wandle Housing Association.
Students from primary school years one, two and three are invited to enter a competition to design a poster for the council to use in an anti-flu campaign.
The Wandsworth Family Learning Festival kicks off on Monday (Oct 17), with a wide range of educational and fun activities to try.
Parents in Wandsworth are being reminded that they have until the end of this month to submit their applications for a secondary school place next year.
Olympian Tessa Sanderson was the guest of honour at this year’s Wandsworth Foster Carers Reception.
If you have broken electrical items, or textiles that need mending, bring them along to one of our re-use and repair events and learn how to fix them.
Work Match, the council’s service to help pair local, out of work people with new jobs in the borough, has placed its 500th candidate into a new job or training role.
Thirty six new flats for affordable home ownership in Thamesfield ward are expected to be ready around the end of the year.
A range of arts and community projects, charities and local organisations will share a total of £125,888 from the Wandsworth Grant Fund.
The council is set to use its planning powers to give greater protection to office and business premises in the borough to prevent much needed employment space being turned into housing.
The Friends of Battersea Park, the watchdog group that helps the council manage and preserve the space, have awarded their annual sculpture prize to Daria Jelonek and Franziska Hatton.
Wandsworth Council is offering £3,500 of funding to two budding film makers through the Wandsworth Short film Fund 2017.
A by-election in the Queenstown ward will be held on Thursday, November 10, Wandsworth Council has announced.
Around 120 local business people went along to the council’s Access to Finance Wandsworth event to get tips on funding.
Residents of Nine Elms, north Battersea are being offered the chance to join a free weekly yoga class.
The council has unveiled proposals to improve road safety on the approaches to a popular primary school in Tooting.
Get information and advice on how you can own your first home at the Affordable Housing Open Day later this month.
The introduction of new ‘Quietways’ cycle routes through Wandsworth, which aim to encourage less confident riders to take to two wheels by providing alternative backstreet routes to busy main roads, has moved a step closer.
Councillors have given their backing to plans to smarten up the entrance and approaches to East Putney tube station alongside other environmental improvements along the Upper Richmond Road.
New council homes are being built in Wandsworth’s West Hill ward as part of a long-running programme to make more efficient use of local authority land.
Children at Allfarthing Primary School in Wandsworth are enjoying their new playground, opened this September and financed by parents’ fundraising efforts.
The Mayor of Wandsworth has welcomed star Olympians to his parlour to celebrate their success at Rio 2016.
Receptions have been held at Wandsworth Town Hall to congratulate high achieving students from the borough.
Wandsworth and Richmond councils have today launched a new shared workforce serving both boroughs, a move that is expected to deliver savings of £10m a year for each council.
Stoptober, a 28-day challenge to quit tobacco, starts tomorrow and Wandsworth’s smokers are urged to sign up.
The Leaders of four councils have today spoken out against Heathrow and the pledge that they would "ban" night flights and reduce congestion, should the airport be expanded.
Citizens Advice Wandsworth is expanding the opening hours of its telephone advice service from October 3.
The world’s most valuable company Apple has today (Wednesday) announced it is to set up its new UK headquarters in the Brighter Borough.
Young people from across Nine Elms on the South Bank have worked alongside artists and designers to get inspired by the local area’s fast moving regeneration programme.
Work on improving the children’s playground in Upper Tooting Park is now complete.