The final prosecution in a series of groundbreaking court cases brought by Croydon Council Trading Standards has seen Extreme GB LTD based in Daventry fined £10,000 with £15,000 costs for selling knives to a child.
Croydon Council has launched a campaign in its 123 primary and secondary schools aimed at parents who might be victims of domestic abuse.
It’s been a challenging year for all our pupils, but particularly those who were unable to take their exams as planned and for them, A-level results day has been even more tense than usual.
With government still yet to deliver on its promise to pay back our Covid-19 costs, councils across the country are facing unprecedented financial challenges – with a £1.4bn budget shortfall in London alone.
With businesses across Croydon preparing to welcome back customers from Monday, we want to help you support your local shops as safely as possible.
Plans to renew the landlord licensing scheme created by Croydon Council to raise standards and conditions in private rented homes across the borough will go to cabinet for approval next week.
Over 1,000 households in Croydon have now received food parcels or financial support and advice from a partnership between the council, community and local volunteers in response to COVID-19.
Croydon residents with disabilities wanting a career in retail have begun a council-run course that gives them a head start.
A Home Office-backed pilot nationwide clampdown against illegal online knife sales to children has secured its first successful prosecution led by Croydon Council.
Council initiatives helping residents to access good, healthy food and to benefit from plans to boost the local economy again scoop top marks