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CARE HOME FINED AFTER FIRE DEATH
One of the UK’s biggest care home providers has been fined £170,000 for criminal failures that led to the death of an elderly woman in a fire.
THOUSANDS FLOCK TO ENJOY BERMONDSEY STREET FESTIVAL
Thousands of people attended the biggest Bermondsey Street festival ever on Saturday.
HONEYGHAN'S HIGHRISE
A former world boxing champion is going to be immortalised when a new block is built in his name on the street where he used to work as a barrow boy.
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

SPECIALIST POLICE INVESTIGATE SPECIALIST POLICE INVESTIGATE "SUSPICIOUS ITEM"
Specialist police officers spent several hours investigating a mystery object today after they were called to reports of a missile launching system being discovered off the Old Kent Road...

BRAVE TESS’ £10K CHALLENGE BRAVE TESS’ £10K CHALLENGE
A mother who was diagnosed with breast cancer just onemonth ago and is still undergoing treatment, has already raised £10,000 for charity to help others battle the potentially fatal disease...

COUNCIL PAYS MILLIONS TO DEMOLISH HEYGATE
Southwark Council is paying millions to a developer to demolish buildings on the land it already sold to them, the News can reveal...

Sport

GREGS: DON'T PASTY ME BY! GREGS: DON'T PASTY ME BY!
LEE GREGORY admits he has been left frustrated by a lack of game time since his £250,000-move to Millwall in the summer...

EAGLES TOLD TO EARN HIS WINGS
MILLWALL WILL not offer trialist Chris Eagles a contract unless he can prove that he is fit enough to start playing immediately...

IN GOOD NICK IN GOOD NICK
NICKY BAILEY is ready to make his Millwall return at Huddersfield Town this weekend after two months on the sidelines...


Food & Drink

LAID-BACK PELICAN FITS THE BILL LAID-BACK PELICAN FITS THE BILL
MY BRUNCH at The Peckham Pelican, was booked in at midday for two reasons. Firstly brunch starts at 12 on Sundays, and secondly I was warned that staff would be too bleary eyed for flash photography before noon. I liked it already, writes Katie Bridges...

KING OF THE CASTLE KING OF THE CASTLE
I HONESTLY felt like the King of the Castle when I was treated like royalty and ...
THIS FARM CAFE IS REALLY SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT THIS FARM CAFE IS REALLY SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT
THE PICCALILLI Caff in Surrey Docks Farm will be as hot as the Chiltern Fire Hou...

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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