Stefano Brizzi, 50, of the Peabody Trust Estate in Southwark Street allegedly murdered PC Semple, 59, after organising a meeting on the gay-dating app Grindr
Reza Vashahi, 37, from Wessex Lane, Southampton, was last seen at his friend's address in Manor Estate, Bermondsey
A trial is set to begin at The Old Bailey in January
Although originally from Devon, Smith was living in a house in Abbeyfield Road
The last 2,600 tickets will be available online from 10am
Stansfeld/Eltham Palace's game at Crockenhill last Saturday was postponed, but not for conventional reasons - a film crew who had hired the ground overran on filming, causing the match to be cancelled.
There was a top of the table clash this past weekend, as joint leaders Docklands Under 12’s and Meridian Valley locked horns with a view to going points clear at the summit.
Docklands Under-7’s suffered defeat on the road at Long Lane last weekend but were unlucky not to get the win after leading for most of the game.
A bumper crowd of 158 enjoyed the festivities, but a quick-fire double from Joe Reeves inside the first eight minutes sent the visitors into an early unassailable lead
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust has introduced body cameras in response to growing rates of attacks on its staff
Walking to school, joinig the trek challenge, help an MEP make his Christmas cards, being labelled bed-blockers and vote for one of Southwark’s parks
AM also highlights announcement on new Silvertown Tunnel
"The overall experience of Ekachai was charming. It must be hard encapsulating the atmosphere of famous street food thousands of miles away from where it is taken for granted, but they do it well."
“One girl, against the happiness of the whole village. Can you not see it has to be done?”
Following their production of 'Much Ado About Nothing' in April, Wolf-Sister Productions and Pepe Pryke return
We walked gingerly down a car ramp into the dark depths where we found The Bunker, the latest theatre to open in Southwark
The young Jon Ruskin's interest in Romantic literature was informed by the natural beauty he lived and breathed in Camberwell
In September 1927, Bermondsey’s Dr Alfred Salter is said to have foretold the coming of another world war, where Southwark would become an area of “smashed buildings, wrecked factories, devastated houses, mangled corpses
One of three brothers managing the pie and mash shop chain in Southwark delves into the past of a cockney cultural icon
Four hundred years ago this month, Henry Biggs became the first resident to move into the Dulwich Almshouse. Centuries on, the Almshouse is still providing homes and supportive community for its residents