With the tightening of Covid-19 restrictions this week, it’s important that we all do everything we can to keep each other safe over the coming weeks.
An independent review has found that the council is making “significant progress” in tackling its financial challenges and is confident of balancing its budget this year.
Croydon Council trading standards and HM Revenue and Customs teamed up with specialist detection dogs to track down and seize illegal tobacco worth over £300,000 from a Croydon storage unit.
The government's further tightening of national preventative measures towards Covid-19 aims to give us time to understand the Omicron variant and administer more Covid-19 booster jabs.
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC), today (8 December) published findings from their joint local area inspection of Croydon’s services for children and young people with SEND, following their visit in October 2021.
Whether you’re just thinking about starting your Christmas shopping or have preparations well under way, this Small Business Saturday is a great time to think about heading down to your local high street.
Residents are being advised to follow top tips on winter health to keep warm and well and look out for others to fend off winter bugs and illness.
Croydon has set out how it will respond to the challenges of the national housing crisis and the global climate emergency, planning for future development to meet local needs in a way that is sustainable.
A new special school that will provide education for 150 students has celebrated its official launch in partnership with Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust and Croydon Council.
The council's HIV and AIDS support service Metro joins a host of organisations raising awareness about sexual health services and support available to residents on World AIDS Day, Wednesday 1 December.