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STUBBED OUT : COUNCIL LOOKS AT BANNING SMOKING IN SOUTHWARK'S PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS
Smoking could soon be illegal in children's playgrounds and later in parks altogether, council leader Peter John has said.
PRIDE OF BRITAIN
Wounded soldiers at an army rehabilitation centre have thanked Millwall for their fundraising efforts after the club launched a commemorative World War One kit last week.
LUCKY ESCAPE FROM HURRICANE GONZALO
A mini-cab driver and six passengers had a lucky escape after a huge branch fell on their car in high winds caused by the tail of Hurricane Gonzalo.
BATTLE WON FOR LEE O'CALLAGHAN
Two Millwall fans have ensured a fallen war hero will be immortalised in one of the borough’s new developments, the News can reveal.
LANDSLIDE FOR HISTORIC FUNERAL FIRM
A family of funeral directors who have been serving the local community for two hundred years will be awarded a Southwark Blue Plaque after a landslide victory in the public vote.
'I WAS THERE BUT I WASN'T INVOLVED' - RICKY HUGGINS TAKES STAND IN CHRIS FOSTER TRIAL
An actor accused of being a look-out for a gang, whose botched revenge attack claimed the life of an innocent father, today insisted he was not involved.
SOUTHWARK'S SACRIFICE: THE FIRST WORLD WAR ONE HUNDRED YEARS ON
Tales of loss and valour from the history books as the country remembers World War I

News

CORE BLIMEY! THE APPLE STORE WHERE BITESIZE WON’T COST YOU MORE CORE BLIMEY! THE APPLE STORE WHERE BITESIZE WON’T COST YOU MORE
A new apple store opened in Southwark this week, with the distinctive minimalist white decor, there were thousands of items on display. ..

FAMILY 'EXTREMELY CONCERNED' FOR MISSING GIRL FAMILY 'EXTREMELY CONCERNED' FOR MISSING GIRL
Police are appealing for information to help find a girl who is missing from Southwark...

APPRENTICE'S RAGS TO RICHES APPRENTICE'S RAGS TO RICHES
One of the competitors to become Lord Sugar’s business partner this year started off as an apprentice on his dad’s market stall down East Street. ..

Sport

STATS THE WAY TO DO IT STATS THE WAY TO DO IT
NOBODY STUDIES Shaun Williams’ performances more than Shaun Williams...

CHAPLOW: I BOTTLED UP MY PROBLEMS CHAPLOW: I BOTTLED UP MY PROBLEMS
FOR ALMOST a year, Richard Chaplow suffered in silence...

BEHIND ENEMY LINES - CARDIFF CITY BEHIND ENEMY LINES - CARDIFF CITY
CARDIFF CITY are entering a new era under manager Russell Slade, who took charge of only his second game against Ipswich Town in midweek...


Food & Drink

FREIGHT EXPECTATIONS FREIGHT EXPECTATIONS
“Cuttlefish? Isn’t that the dried up stuff you find on the beach and feed to pet birds?” I enquire, never having watched an episode of MasterChef and thus completely ignorant of the latest foodie crazes.

BEHIND ENEMY LINES - WATFORD BEHIND ENEMY LINES - WATFORD
THE LAST three months at Watford have been utterly bizarre...
VEER TOWARDS ZARA VEER TOWARDS ZARA
With Mum just back from Croatia where the only foreign food she could get was pi...

Arts & Listings

MAX BYGRAVES’ SON CAMPAIGNS FOR 200 FLOWER TRIBUTE IN PARK MAX BYGRAVES’ SON CAMPAIGNS FOR 200 FLOWER TRIBUTE IN PARK
Two hundred tulips could be planted as a living memorial to local legend Max Bygraves in Southwark Park, where he played as a child.

Health & Fitness

BOOT CAMP BODY BOOT CAMP BODY
IT'S NEVER fun getting in shape for your holidays, rejoining the gym for the umpteenth time. Knowing deep down you'll have given up in a month, with just enough time to put on even more weight before you board the plane, writes Charlotte Galt...
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