One victim is in 'critical condition'
Is it time for mediators to be brought in?
Offences include supplying crack cocaine and heroine
Rory Cowlam says Staffies can make great pets and outright bans don't work
Momentum hit back saying members are more likely to 'knit their own yoghurt' than bully
Family and close friends will remember George Dunk during a memorial service at St James' Church
'I aim to soak up as much information as possible and become a walking encyclopaedia on compliance'
'It seems like a movie, it doesn’t seem real'
School achieved 100 per cent pass rate
Nearly one third of students achieved an A or A*
Home won 'house of the year' in 2013
There is a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom Rudyard Kipling-inspired flats within two blocks.
Derelict site to gain more than 60 homes
'No one should have to live in such abominable conditions'
Tee up at the multi-storey car park
RSPCA called by students who found a squirrel in their toilet
Architects Hawkins\Brown said they tried 'to balance a clear, legible and rational architectural approach with elements of wit and romance'.
Oobah Butler, 26, turned the Dulwich shed he lives in into a fake restaurant - and it became TripAdvisor's top-rated restaurant in London
'Sarah's positive attitude is an inspiration to us all'
Using plant-based products instead of single-use plastics is the café's latest initiative to go green
High temperatures and flooding expected in the next few days
'I think it's good to see how the wildlife is still thriving and to enjoy living in Canada Water'
Pictures circulated online appear to show two male youths
She will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on August 28
As part of the plan, twenty mile-per-hour speed limits will be imposed across London's road network
Bar is from the team behind Kanpai Brewery
The students created their own choreography, costumes and staging
Octavia was also a driving force in developing social housing and creating the Southwark detachment of the Army Cadet Force
Alexander was instrumental in stop-and-search reforms
If James Trafford and his sons Joe and Hugo are successful they will become the first father and two sons to row an ocean
The double Olympic gold medalist has especially designed a free workout for those who join him on Riverside Walkway
£16.8 million project will put variety of health services under one roof
'Your heart just sinks that someone would do that'
Developer British Land, which now owns the building, said it hoped 'to resolve the matter swiftly'
'Se pierde una batalla, pero no la lucha'
Developer U+I says Crossbones Graveyard will remain protected throughout the development of nearby Landmark Court in Redcross Way
'The feeling is very much that the the development...is going to be very dense and high-rise which is going to totally change the area'
Limited edition beer for sale in August
Chloe was diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer
Club needs £35,000 to replace bus for travelling to away matches
Fit for Sport is running half-day sessions until August 21
Bank will have tablets for internet banking - but still has a reception and counter services
Spinach in East Dulwich picks up Southwark Business of the Year
Bristol-based Extract Coffee Roasters, which started life as a small coffee cart, has opened a barista training centre at Sustainable Bankside
Liane Katz, founder of MAMA.codes, is on a mission to give every young child the confidence and ability to code
The cyclist's injuries are not believed to be life threatening
A seventeen-year-old boy remains in hospital receiving treatment, however his injuries are not thought to be life threatening
Police believe the stabbings may have been gang related
Police helicopters were circling overhead and spotted a male in the crowd armed with a ‘zombie’-style knife that was later recovered from the park
Food bank manager was waiting for a bus when attackers struck
Insurance payouts were delayed by wait to declare attack as terrorism
London Mayor will attend this Sunday's commemoration service
'The public have been inspiring, you can’t deny the response of the public to me and the job, to police officers since that tragedy last year'
Police said: "We would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance."
Police thanked the public and media for their assistance
She was wearing a white top, peach skirt, cream rucksack and burgundy wig at the time she went missing and has since been seen in McDonalds in Camberwell
Anyone who knows of Kelly Beesley's whereabouts is asked to call police on 101
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