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SOUTHWARK STUDENTS ARE A STARS
A-level students were jumping for joy – and the cameras – as early results showed they had bettered the national average for the first time.
POLICE FIND FAKE ADOPTION PAPERS SAYING INFANTS ABANDONED ON THE STREETS OF NIGERIA
A woman found guilty of trying to smuggle two babies into this country from Africa has escaped jail.
GLAD YOU COULD DROP BY!
First floor residents amazed to find balcony doors... with no balconies
THOUSANDS PARTY IN THE PARK
Thousands flocked to the Elephant and Nun festival on Saturday, now in its fourth year.
'WE MUST REMEMBER WAR HERO LEE'
A fallen war hero could be immortalised ten years after he was killed in action if a new road is named after him where he grew up.
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

CAMBERWELL TEENAGER REMANDED OVER TERROR CHARGE CAMBERWELL TEENAGER REMANDED OVER TERROR CHARGE
A nineteen-year-old Camberwell man has appeared in court, charged with preparing to commit acts of terrorism...

CRACK AND GUNS FOUND IN DAWN RAIDS CRACK AND GUNS FOUND IN DAWN RAIDS
Half a kilo of suspected crack cocaine and ingredients for making crystal meth were discovered in dawn raids ahead of the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend...

CONCERN RAISED OVER £64M FUNDING GAP
A funding gap of £64million, to fund improvements to the Elephant and Castle area, has been identified in a Southwark Council report...

Sport

DEN OF DREAMS DEN OF DREAMS
IAN HOLLOWAY has promised Millwall fans: I WILL take you to the Premier League...

ROBBO TIPS DUO FOR CAPTAINCY
PAUL ROBINSON believes Alan Dunne or David Forde should skipper Millwall in his absence...

MATT-ER OF TIME MATT-ER OF TIME
A WEEK ago, Matthew Briggs didn’t look to have a future at Millwall...


Food & Drink

'I NEED ANOTHER HIX FIX' 'I NEED ANOTHER HIX FIX'
Addiction is rarely seen as a good thing. So I’m surprised when award-winning chef and food writer Mark Hix lets me in on the reason he launched his latest restaurant, Hixter Bankside...

BACK TO THE FUTURE AT THE MONTAGUE BACK TO THE FUTURE AT THE MONTAGUE
An Aladdin's cave of taxidermy...
ESCAPE THE CITY IN BERMONDSEY ESCAPE THE CITY IN BERMONDSEY
AFTER A hectic Monday in the city...

Arts & Listings

THE SHELTER TARGETED BY THE NAZIS THE SHELTER TARGETED BY THE NAZIS
Two sisters escaped almost certain death at the beginning of the Second World War when their dad moved them at the last minute from sleeping under a doomed railway bridge, where more than a hundred people are said to have perished.

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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