Delancey's plans to redevelop Elephant and Castle shopping centre were not approved after a seven-hour meeting, but councillors will still vote again at the end of the month
The group trying to find the 'Croydon Cat Killer' has warned the public to remain vigilant
The P&P World Cycling Revival is expected to be the biggest event at Herne Hill Velodrome since the 1948 Olympics
“It’s a massive achievement," says teacher
Residents on the Setchell Estate, in Bermondsey, were left without heating or hot water over Christmas
Sophia Sahai, Anna Forster and Margaret Forster making an impact in the pool
Opportunity for youngsters hoping to have a career in coaching
“One of many fantastic employment and skills projects funded by London’s share of the England European Social Fund programme."
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
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
Dr Moody worked tirelessly to campaign for better treatment for black Brits in the early 20th century