Aniqa Shahid from St Boniface School is the proud winner of a competition to design a poster reminding motorists to keep their speed below 20mph.
Local residents are being encouraged to examine the Mayor of London’s updated plans to expand the capital’s Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) to the South and North Circular.
The council is asking residents for their views on proposals to crack down on anti-social behaviour in Tooting.
Do you know an outstanding young person? Nominate them for the 2017 Wandsworth Young Person of the Year award.
More of the borough’s town centres will be ushering in the festive shopping season this week, with events in Southfields, Battersea and Tooting.
Residents considering a career as a foster carer can find out more and have an informal chat at an open day this Friday.
Putney and Wandsworth Town centres will both become Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in April next year after local firms voted through ambitious plans to boost trade and tackle key local issues.
The first draw of this year’s Golden Ticket recycling competition will be on December 16, so Wandsworth recyclers are urged to get their entries in now.
Unsung local heroes have been presented with a 2016 Wandsworth Civic Award for their hard work on behalf of the Wandsworth community.
The Takeover Challenge saw 26 young people from Wandsworth take over the roles of senior decision makers for a day and get a glimpse behind the scenes of the working world.
As winter tightens its grip, the council is preparing for cold weather, and has issued advice to local people on how to keep warm and safe.
Wandsworth businesses being supported by the Foodies programme were taken on a trip to New Covent Garden Market to find out how they can make the most of this resource right on their doorstep.
The council’s transport spokesman Jonathan Cook is urging the rail unions to call an immediate halt to their long running series of strikes on Southern Rail.
The council’s free local recruitment service is helping more Wandsworth employers find and retain talented local staff.
Businesses in the borough which are struggling to secure funding from more traditional sources can apply now to receive a loan of up to £50,000, funded by Wandsworth Council and start up loans company Newable.
Olympic gold medallist Phelan Hill visited West Hill Primary School in Wandsworth to officially open their Brain Bus, a new learning space on the school grounds.
Wandsworth residents are urged to do their festive shopping in local stores as one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year approaches.
Residents and businesses in the Furzedown area of Tooting are being asked to give their verdicts on a set of proposals designed to smarten up and improve a key part of their neighbourhood.
A food and grocers shop in Earlsfield was shut down by council inspectors after it was found to be riddled with mice.
Local food businesses benefiting from the council’s free business support got together in the Mayor’s Parlour to celebrate the success of the scheme.
The public consultation on revised proposals for two new Quietway cycle routes through Wandsworth has reached the halfway stage.
US Ambassador Matthew Barzun discussed racism, Brexit and America’s role in the Middle East with around a hundred politics and history students from Wandsworth schools during a visit to the town hall today.
Tooting rang to the sound of live jazz at the weekend as The Streets returned to the town.
Buying a home could be the next step for 890 people who attended the council’s annual affordable housing information event recently.
The Active Wandsworth awards are searching for this year’s sporting heroes, and now is the time to put nominations forward.
Help with rent arrears, debt, housing benefit, Council Tax and more is available from free sessions at the Western Area Housing Office, Holybourne Avenue, Alton estate.
The next London Youth Games have just begun, and Wandsworth has high hopes for its young athletes.
A series of drop-in clinics is being held to help make sure as many Wandsworth schoolchildren as possible are inoculated against flu.
Wandsworth Council has formally objected to plans for a three day music festival on Clapham Common next summer.
Council tenants in Wandsworth could soon have a Right to Part Buy a share of their home with a substantial discount, creating a new generation of homeowners.
Hillingdon, Richmond, Wandsworth and Windsor and Maidenhead Councils, together with Greenpeace and a resident of Hillingdon, have today written to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling demanding he withdraws Government support for Heathrow expansion or face court action.
A group of travellers who drove caravans onto Wandsworth Common (yesterday) in a bid to set up an unlawful camp were moved on within only a few hours after legal warnings from Wandsworth Council.
National HIV Testing Week 2016 starts on Saturday (November 19) and people in Wandsworth are being urged to check their HIV status.
The Mayor of Wandsworth Cllr Richard Field has reinforced the councils' support for the armed services by backing the British Army's recruitment drive.
Network Rail has announced it will need to close a well-used pedestrian bridge that allows people to cross over the railway tracks that cut through Wandsworth Common.
The council’s Work Match service is now searching for Cineworld Team Members, accountants, security officers and many other professions to fill live job vacancies across Wandsworth.
Wandsworth Council’s deputy leader Jonathan Cook is calling on Transport for London (TfL) and the utility companies to go the extra mile when it comes to alerting residents, businesses and the travelling public about their major roadwork schemes.
The borough’s schools are being invited to enter the third annual Wandsworth/GLL Heritage Award for Schools.
Today (Nov 14) is Diabetes Day, and the council’s health spokesman Cllr Jim Maddan has spoken out about how the condition has affected him.
Wandsworth residents are again being offered free bags of grit and rock salt as part of the town hall’s annual winter initiative to tackle snow and ice.
A local builder has been summonsed to appear before magistrates in connection with last month’s discovery of a large flytip in a park in Earlsfield.
The Labour Party has retained its seat in the Queenstown ward by-election.
Council leader Ravi Govindia has welcomed the announcement of a Government review into high-stakes fruit machines amid growing concerns they’re fuelling a rise in problem gambling across the country.