What happened in Putney during June 2007 - Visitors this month: 24,127

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* Track Flight Paths On-line with WebTrak *
New system that brings "transparency to the skies" welcomed

* Local Policing, HIPs and more *
Putney MP Justine Greening keeps her constituents in touch

* Putney drug dealer gets four years *
for possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin http://www.putneysw15.com/info/concrime139.htm

* World's leading violinist performs at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability *
"I believe performing at the hospital will be one of the most memorable and rewarding concerts for me" http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=community&spage=common/evrhnmaxim.htm

* £6000 fine for illegal ad *
High Street board had no permission and has been removed http://www.putneysw15.com/info/planninghighst01.htm

* Do your tastes change with the seasons? *
Local Cancer Research UK shops urge locals to rethink their belongings http://www.putneysw15.com/info/evcancer3.htm

* Council celebrates success of Shared Ownership at Whitelands Park *
"an example of how the council's home ownership unit works in partnership with housing associations." http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=community&spage=common/conwhitelands01.htm

* Last night's traffic chaos *
HGV blocked Upper Richmond Road

* DfT under fire over Heathrow study *
have they broken civil service rules? http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=community&spage=common/issueheathrow07.htm

* Local PCSO Raises Money For Roehampton Charity *
£325 from a Marathon run

* Runway Alternation Suspension Warning *
Residents Set to Face More Plane Noise Disruption http://www.putneysw15.com/default.asp?section=community&spage=common/conhrw60.htm

* Labour names their man *
Stuart King is Labour's Choice for Putney

* Dial a Ride, environmental impact from Heathrow and more... *
MP Justine Greening updates us.

* Council to test new Roehampton plans *
bid to include plans to rebuild Danebury Avenue shopping parade

* Roehampton man gets 21 months *
for bungalow burglary in January

* It's official - Wandsworth Borough is in a building boom! *
One in four planning applications in the Borough are now made online

* Pause for Breath in Putney Property Market *
Fewer homes at the top end selling in latest period

* 'Outstanding school' - the Ofsted judgment of Our Lady of Victories *
"..a stimulating learning environment in which pupils are able to blossom"

* A new face at the top *
Acting Commander Guy Ferguson takes over from Joe Royle at Wandsworth Police

* SW Train's Penalty Fare Scheme Exposed *
Operator threatens to sack guards who don't fine passengers

* Victim's quick thinking leads to three arrests *
following mugging on Roedean Crescent

* How green are you? *
Wandsworth Council has rewards for those doing most to help the environment

* Woman held by knife point *
Police appeal for witnesses for the Putney Heath Lane incident

* Looking for Sailors and Angels! *
Cygnet Players have roles for autumn production

* Lost Dog - please can anyone help? * (Note - dog now found)


* Two men seriously injured on Putney High Street *
as awning and concrete falls from Maison Blanc shop front

* Police looking for "rower" burglar *
following incident at Kings College School Boat House

*£50 million To Tell Londoners How Good TfL Is *
Assembly Conservatives expose Mayor's exorbitant advertising spend

* Councillor Lister writes to Putney *
Wandsworth Museum, "Village Wandsworth" & more

* Putney the start for new heritage displays *
'Village Wandsworth' displays at libraries in October

* Wandsworth gets "the thumbs up from residents" *
9 out of 10 feel that the borough is on the up according to recent survey

If you feel there is a aspect of local life that we haven't given sufficient coverage to, let us know. Most of the articles listed above were not written by us but contributed by local people.


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