Norbiton station is undergoing redevelopment as work is carried out to resurface both platforms and rewire the station.

High fives to raise awareness for mental health

Kingston Council and Mind in Kingston celebrated World Mental Health Day on Friday as the public were encouraged to "high five at 11:05".

Kingston Guildhall

Kingston's Tudor Ward will hold a By-Election on Thursday 15 October to select a new councillor following the retirement of Frank Thompson.

A SurreySave outreach meeting in Norbiton

SurreySave is helping residents of Kingston escape illegal money lenders and is educating people about the dangers involved

Ivy licking a frog

Project Wild Thing is a thought-provoking call to arms to reconnect children and nature


Boris Launches Crime Statistics Service: Kingston Earns Top Ranking

Boris Johnson's office launched their new crime statistics web service last week - it shows that crime in Kingston has dropped by 20%


Half of Kingston's Bentall Centre goes up for sale for £200m

Investors who own 50% of Kingston's Bentall Centre are selling their stake in the successful shopping complex after only 4 years


Conservatives maintain dominance in Tudor by-election

The Kingston Conservatives retain all three seats in the Tudor ward by-election as Maria Netley wins the seat vacated by Councillor Frank Thompson. Ms Netley won the seat with share of 41% of the vote.


In the footsteps of Jack the Ripper

Two months ago an armchair detective claimed 'irrefutable' evidence of Jack the Ripper’s identity, but the claim has been challenged. The Kingston Courier followed in the Whitechapel murderer’s footsteps to find out more

Arts & Ents

Beach Blood and Plague Vendor Celebrate New Slang's 8th Birthday

Bands perform a double bill birthday gig for New Slang, honouring its legacy on the local and international indie scene.


Lizzie Armitstead and Tiffany Cromwell answered guests' questions at Bella Velo's open night Women's bike shop, Bella Velo, opened in Surbiton by Olympic cyclist, Lizzie Armitstead and Tiffany Cromwell.

Both men and women packed into the bike shop’s opening night, which featured a Q/A session with professional cyclists Lizzie Armitstead and Tiffany Cromwell