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Surrey Canal Sports Foundation has repeatedly claimed that it has secured £2million worth of funding from Sport England
The right to a judicial review on the government's rejection of the leaseholder buy-outs was given at a hearing yesterday
As a borough, Southwark performed above average in last summer's GCSE results
It's a "victory for common sense" as TfL renege on plans to take back parking space used by elderly and disabled churchgoers.
Under-7s come up short against Eltham Lions
For the government to devise a funding formula that will possibly mean our pupils are the worst hit in the country fills you with dread...
This week our readers wrote to us about whining planes in Camberwell, the threat Section 40 imposes on freedom of the press, and inadequate mobile phone signal across London
'Doctors and health professionals are reporting that they are at breaking point and our NHS is in crisis'
This week our readers wrote to us about helping elderly veterans, taking on a charity swim, and the importance of foreign aid
Indian Fusion, awarded ‘Best Curry in Central London’, creates main courses which look like works of art
Matthew Spangler’s adaptation tells how Afghanistan changed from 60s freedom to 90s oppression
Fiona Doyle’s play at The Bunker is a tale of one couple's travels around the world - and their own personal journeys
A team of Walworth locals show their faith in an area on-the-up by launching Louise Louie, a relaxed cafe offering breakfast, lunch, brunch and tipples.
Peckham man's role on wartime plane revealed in book
From humble beginnings to its current home at the Den, this is the enthralling story of Millwall Football Club
New book reveals the dastardly deeds and tales of heroism from the 'Good Old Days' on borough's roads
William, born 259 years ago on November 28 1757, was a Soho dweller who embarked on regular walks out of the City, to the greener pastures of the South