Where is the logic in demolishing a community asset that serves local people
Its closure, announced on Wednesday, comes despite overwhelming opposition from judges, court staff, politicians and charities
"It's clear Danny thought about what would be the best way to represent the interest of his community"
Starting this summer, GCSE grades A* to G will be phased out in favour of grades numbered from 9-1
The suggestion of banning non-businesses car journeys would be shocking to most, but what's the alternative?
We cannot continue to enjoy council services of a certain level that are dependent on the use of reserves each year. It’s simply unsustainable.
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...
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
"Across the country, budgets for parks management have been cut by as much as 97 per cent"
Get on your bike, don’t jump in a cab
"I made a promise to local people in the 2015 election that I would not back anything in Parliament that had the potential to damage our community"
"Take any opportunities during dry weather to make an early start in the garden"
New funding formula "will take funds from areas like Southwark which have the greatest need"
"It was frustrating but heartening to hear from people in difficult situations who had fallen through the gaps between services..."
It is the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Greening the Third Sector project
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Brexit, air pollution, and a tribute to the late Mr Arif
Leaseholder lets rip at council; a kind note on our Evelina fundraising; more on Brexit; and social care for vulnerable children
The Dulwich Hamlet Stadium, Brexit, and an appeal for heart heroes
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
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