Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton branded a "coward" by Labour Parliamentary Candidate Lee Godfrey, after he failed to turn up to a debate on the NHS.

Co-founder of the London Lift-Off Film Festival James Bradley discusses the celebration of independent cinema with the Kingston Courier.

Kingston Council announced last week that the St James' Ward by-election will be held on 18 December.

An eight-year-old from Barnes won a Surrey FA competition to be a player escort for England Women's clash with Germany on 23 November

An independent report has criticised Kingston Children's Social Care actions after a woman was beaten to death by her partner

News

Author Irene Kappes Mother from Kingston launches book about her step-son’s battle against cancer

'For The Love of George' is the story of an ordinary boy from Kingston whose life was transformed by extraordinary circumstances.

Business

The x-ray image of Springuru's trainer Surrey businesses are cashing in on London's crowdfunding success

Crowdfunding is becoming more popular with start-up businesses but successes are not as common as the public might think

Politics

Among the 10 council sites chosen for refitting was Cattle Market Car Park. Upgrading its lighting and ventilation systems would cost the borough around £350,000, which was projected by Kingston Council to be paid back in 7 years. Kingston Council to spend £1.1m to cut energy consumption in 10 of its properties

The infrastructure committee of Kingston Council agreed to carry out a £1.1m refitting project which aims to save the borough about £185,000 and 990 tonnes of CO2 per year from 2016

Features

Anonymous protest gave the voiceless a voice

On the 5th of November, thousands of people took to the streets in Central London to protest. The Kingston Courier joined them to find out exactly what the group was protesting.