Bank branch trains will not stop at Kennington station for 16 weeks from May as part of Northern Line extension works
Patrick Berry first attacked his friend with a pair of scissors and later attacked his girlfriend with a rolling pin and granite pestle
A cervical cancer charity warns Jade Goody's legacy is in jeopardy as women miss routine check-ups over body shame
Cervical smear uptake in England is at a 20 year low across all age groups, with 25-49 year olds least likely to attend their appointments.
Campaigners say that pubs in rented buildings have little protection from being redeveloped.
In the run up to the four man bobsleigh event, the News spoke with Southwark’s very own ‘human canon ball’ to find out how it feels to finally join Team GB
Sophia Sahai, Anna Forster and Margaret Forster making an impact in the pool
Opportunity for youngsters hoping to have a career in coaching
Southwark Labour politicians have signed an open letter about Delancey's Elephant and Castle shopping centre plans
‘I’m mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore’ - forty years on Network’s resonance today is resolutely clear
Harriet Earle’s Bracknell is masterful in the role of puppet-mastering her family and those who want to get ‘hands on’ with her rather flirty daughter
Barnum is on at the Menier Chocolate Factory until March 3, 2018
The Southwark QueerStory exhibition at Peckham Levels tells the story of the people who campaigned for equality and acceptance.
Club was formed by tinned food factory workers on the Isle of Dogs before moving to Greenwich, New Cross and the 'new' The Den
"Perhaps the most successful Africans in Tudor England was John Blanke, a court trumpeter for Henry VIII who performed at Henry VIII’s coronation"
The story of how four Dulwich Hamlet players lost their lives fighting in WWII has been unearthed