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December 2010

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November 2010

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October 2010

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September 2010

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August 2010

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July 2010

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June 2010

Newsletter June 18 2010

May 2010

Enter The First Merton Business Awards
The best firms in the borough to be rewarded

Merton Gets New Labour Leader
Labour to take all Council Cabinet posts following the May election

C-Charge Western Extension Due To End
Residents urged to give their views in consultation

Plea For Man On Wimbledon Kidnap Charge
Crimestoppers launch London's Most Wanted website

Warning Over Merton Measles Outbreak
Parents urged to get children vaccinated

Outer London Boroughs Report Unveiled
How Merton will help aid capital's prosperity

Family Fun At The Edwardian Fair in Wimbledon Park Something for everyone in the Park on June 12

Londoners Urged To Get On Bikes
Call to sign up to Mayor's cycle challenge

Space Crew Volunteers Needed
Merton libraries call for help with summer reading challenge

Help Identify And Protect Old Trees
Project underway to record the nation's ancient trees with Londoners urged to help

One Pot Pledge Launched
Londoners urged to turn waste coffee cups into mini allotments

RMT Ballot Tube Workers Over Strike Action
Union claim jobs and working conditions under threat

Merton Council Picks Film As ITV Hopeful
Two local actors came top with "Timeless Fun"

The Queen Is Due To Attend Wimbledon
Making her first visit to the Championships in 33 years

Wimbledon Estate Agent Diverts Rival's Customers To Porn Site
Estate agent's "prank" ends up in court

Volunteers Wanted For Information Point
Help with new Wimbledon Town Centre Information Point within Centre Court Shopping Centre

Stephen Hammond Retained As Wimbledon's MP
Tory candidate holds on to constituency with increased majority

Labour Surprise in Merton
Labour pulls off shock victory in the council election, bucking the national trend to retain power

Merton Council Shortlisted for Arts Award
Winners will be announced in June at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane

Merton Tory Leader Resigns From Post
Replaced by Debbie Shears, the first female leader of a major group on the council

Parties Talk Over Control Of Merton Council
Following local election results with Labour having only one more seat than Tories

Action on South Wimbledon Estate
South Wimbledon Estate Residents Aim High

Tile Company Fined For Fly Posting In Merton
Topps Tiles Plc fined by Wimbledon magistrates

Car Course For Wimbledon's Youngsters
With a new free motoring course for teens

Golfing Among the Riders& Walkers
A round on the second oldest course in England

April 2010

Council Delays Cost Community A New Hall
Residents report Merton to Local Government Ombudsman over Memorial Hall sale

Wimbledon Car Share Club Bought Out
By American company in deal thought to be worth £32m

Cockroach Infested Restaurant Closed Down
Owner pleads guilty at Wimbledon magistrates court

Wimbledon Artists Open Their Doors
Artists, photographers, ceramicists and textile designers

Town Hall Rich List 2010
Six council employees paid in excess of £100,000 a year

Record Prize Money For Wimbledon Champions
Men and women play to win biggest purse in tournament's history

June Whitfield marks Wimbledon theatre's centenary
Actress at New Wimbledon Theatre Open Day

Beyond The Gates At Cannizaro
New book tells full story of fascinating history behind Cannizaro House and Park

Food Recycling Service To Be Expanded
After pilot waste collection scheme is declared a success

Fly The Flag For AFC Wimbledon
Haydon the Womble calls on school children to create their own flag to fly at the club's ground

Businesses asked to give views on transport improvements
Workshop on transport plans for local bosses

Children's Social Worker Struck Off
Faatien Le Jardin 'failed to safeguard the children in her care'

March 2010

Queue Returns To Wimbledon Park For 2010
New legal agreement keeps tennis fans off SW19's streets

Spamalot Tour Opens In Wimbledon
Monty Python's musical comedy at New Wimbledon Theatre

Tax Band Scam Warning
Bogus callers ask for assessment money in return for 'refund'

Sebastian Coe Unveils 2012 Pin Badge
Featuring iconic image of Wimbledon's Centre Court

How Green Is My Wandle Valley?
Manager appointed to lead development of Low Carbon Zone


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