A spokesman for the brigade has warned about the dangers of unattended fires left overnight
London Bridge had to shut 26 times, and Canada Water 25 times in the period of March 2014 to February 2016
The Scott clung the casualty in one hand while she was assisted by an employee of London’s Thames RIB Experience
Southwark Council and local police have undertaken a joint operation to clear out the cars en masse
The first of four animated history tours was a roaring success
Council demolishing residents' homes and not promising to replace them just plays into cynics' hands
'If we are to tackle London's housing crisis, then modest projects like this should be handled easily'
Secondary school including Sacred Heart, All Saints, St Olav’s, Globe, Walworth, UAE, City of London, Harris Peckham, and East Dulwich are all dealing with a harmful environment
This week our readers try to banish Brexit nightmares while dreaming of a future with more female plumbers and improved playgrounds
'Surely there should be a transparent billing system for residents?'
From Donald Duck to a replica of Steve McQueen's The Great Escape motorbike, the Imperial War Museum explores the impact of war on film
Incredible images found lying in a skip
The Old Kent Road has a history that goes back to Roman times
The four-day military festival in Kennington thrown to honour revered Crimean War nurse Mary Seacole
Held in the ornate old Music Hall of Surrey Gardens in Kennington, it was attended by thousands of guests
The “Times Past” exhibition will feature pictures from all over the Southwark area