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...
'If you had to choose two things that represented Bermondsey, you would probably plump for Millwall FC and Manze’s pie and mash'
Harriet broke the record previously held by the late Gwyneth Dunwoody on December 16
Thursday's paper was our last edition of the year, and the next News will be out on Thursday, January 5.
The delay is welcome, but only if the decision will properly be reassessed...
Southwark should be commended for their ambition build new homes, but their failure to monitor agreements for social housing is astonishing
For officers from groups like Trident, combating the problem of gun crime on our streets, the use of women as a tool to keep hold of the guns poses real issues in gathering evidence to nail those ultimately responsible
Referendum day on whether to stay in or leave European Union
Quirky new Bistro comes to London Bridge
Tfl are investigating re-opening Camberwell station, a century after it last served passengers
Cartoon by Christian Adams
Peckham beekeeper crowned best in London
Surrey Docks Farm stepped in to rescue the eight-week-old oinker
'Doctors and health professionals are reporting that they are at breaking point and our NHS is in crisis'
It is the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Greening the Third Sector project
"This year was extra special: it was the 40th event led by Coral Newell, who is now handing over the reins"
"The best way to treat obesity is to eat a healthy, reduced-calorie diet and to exercise regularly"
The winter garden is not without colour – bright berries adorn Skimmia, Holly and Cotoneaster...
The ongoing chaos on Southern Rail services is a disgrace and fails commuters...
"There is more work to be done..."
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
This week our readers wrote to us about helping elderly veterans, taking on a charity swim, and the importance of foreign aid
Caring the elderly, psychiatric services, and help tracing an old home
Millwall vs Lewisham, helping the elderly, and a tribute to late historian Stephen Humphrey
Brexit debate, 'Pay to Stay' controversy, and tribute paid to late historian Stephen Humphrey
On SLAM and Neil Coyle's view on Brexit
Skills investment, Brexit, and the dreaded Housing Bill
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