|What happened in Putney during May 2007 - Visitors this month: 22,016
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* 17 year old Roehampton drug dealer gets three years *
for crack & heroin offences....
* New Catholic School Planned for the borough *
Salesian College and John Paul II Schools to be merged
* 4x4 Hit and Run on Cyclist on Oxford Road *
Motorist knocks over bike with child seat
* Reduced Sentence for Church Minister *
Barry McKaine jailed after paying child to pose naked
* 2M fear that flights through Heathrow may increase by 50% *
if Government rushes consultation period
* Putney solicitor loses BBC battle *
Report on possible anti-Israeli bias not to be published
* Red diesel spillage in Beverley Brook *
keep your dogs out!
* Watchdog Refers South West Trains to Rail Regulator *
After second off-peak fare hike in months
* Charity Calls for Volunteers To Help Clean Thames *
Riverside litter blitz planned for Saturday 19th May
* Violent robbery on Roskell Road *
Appeal for witnesses in the area early Sunday morning....
* Mayor Gives Go-ahead to Low Emission Zone *
Local businesses see red over his latest green initiative
* Putney Primary Care Centre Consultation starts today!*
Six week period closes 25th June 2007
* Putney Bus Garage wins top award *
beating six other garages for the honour
* Home Security advice from Wandsworth Police *
Crime prevention office is dedicated to reducing burglary
* Survey says Putney Tops for Breastfeeding *
Breastfeeding Awareness Week (13 - 19 May 2007)
* South West Trains to Referred to Regulator *
Watchdog acts after second off-peak fare hike in months
* Cllr Lister updates Putney *
Local shops & the threat to the post office, the future of Putney Hospital & more
* Local cyclists takes on 910 miles *
to raise funds for The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
* 88 new homes get green light on Queen Mary's Hospital land *
including a mix of apartments houses and 22 affordable homes
* Parking Fines Set To Rise *
As councils introduce a two-tier scheme from July 1st
* A question for the Borough Commander *
Cycling on Putney pavements and the consequences
* Are you a Green Champion? *
Wandsworth Council has prizes to give away.
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