The killing happened outside a house party in Peckham attended by more than 200 people
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He was due to appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court today
The woman suffered injuries to her head, face, shoulders, arms, legs, and right hand
Detective praises "overwhelming bravery of this victim who had the strength to return to London to face her attacker in court"
“I could see he had a knife – it was big and black. He removed it from its sheath and was holding it diagonally towards me," defendant said
Recorded crimes were down by 11 per cent in 2016, compared to a 13 per cent increase across London
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His resignation came just over a week after Southwark Council leader Peter John also quit the charity
Details of what the inquiry will cover are to be decided on by councillors on February 22
They challenged the council at a tribunal, where the bills were successfully reduced to £8,000
Parents have been campaigning for over a year to see off the controversial proposals
'The grounds of learning' was written by Southwark schoolteacher Richard Hodges and published in 1650
From this summer, the new English language, English literature and maths GCSEs will be graded 9–1, rather than A*–G
The council considered a number of proposals, including one for a 350-seat theatre and others for a boat repair yard and an art gallery
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“I’m lucky, my son was offered a place at Southwark Park Primary School. But we haven’t actually been told when the school will close," parent said
The 18-year-old St Thomas the Apostle College student is predicted seven A*s at A Level
Developer Black Pearl Ltd has submitted plans to build a mixed-use scheme of residential, hotel and commercial office space
Council taking advice on forming new strategy for upgrading boiler systems across the borough
The charity says it helps feed and clothe over 100 people a day
"Residents have told us they don’t want to see their streets and estates cluttered with these signs," councillor said
Also in the top ten were Peckham and Brockley
The flat in Rotherhithe measured below the minimum standard and only had one proper window
Thames Water called the unknown culprit "selfish and irresponsible"
Thames Water say it's a "common and frustrating problem"
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360 kilograms of clay from 30 metres underground is up to 54 million years old
A full Christmas dinner with all the trimmings for elderly guests
Civil Aviation authority called it a "very near miss"
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Eco-auditor calls on Southwark Council to order cars off the roads on polluted days
Thames Water explained that freezing temperatures caused pipes to expand and contract
Six Southwark headteachers sign letter asking Mayor of London to tackle air pollution
King's College Hospital physio was killed whilst cycling to work in May 2015
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There should be some improvements by this summer
"There was no need for aggression," cop said
It's a "victory for common sense" as TfL renege on plans to take back parking space used by elderly and disabled churchgoers.
Consultation open on the potential rerouting of 22 London bus services
The pub was sold to a developer and the landlords were told their lease would not be renewed in May
Lewisham Council has earmarked the club as one of two potential sites to build six pitches on for the travelling community
Work to knock the two-storey pub down could begin as soon as March 1, according to planning documents
“I have done everything that’s possible, and it’s got me nowhere," landlady says
Over £350 was raised for the two charities
“I’m all about making pottery available to everyone... so it’s great for it to be getting so much more publicity"
Ministry Does Fitness promises a "crack team" of trainers, world class music - and gin and tonics
Girl from Borough overcomes nerves to organise Bad Hair Day event at her school
Southwark women can now order their pill online and get it delivered home
The virtual reality app, developed by a King's employee in his spare time, shows children what will happen in their MRI scan
Off-duty nurse took the cycle home but rider does not have number
Pupil organises Bad Hair Day event at school to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital
Kids got to choose their favourite design for the new playground
Dulwich Hamlet Supporter's Trust seek support for planning appeal against Southwark Council
Plans to build a boat to serve as a floating brasserie in Greenland Dock have been submitted to the council
"He was unconscious hanging from the tree and I saw blood dripping off the chainsaw," witness said
The festival returns on May 28 with a disco line-up and independent food and drink retailers
Royal Mail are in talks with the Communication Workers Union about the proposed changes
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