The 46-year-old female pedestrian is said to be in a "serious but stable" condition in hospital
Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with an alleged rape in Kennington
Family heirlooms were stolen in what is believed to a 'smash and grab'
Adrian Bailey, MP for West Bromwich West, was attacked and mugged in Walworth on Tuesday night
'This is just one example of Southwark police officers going above and beyond what would be expected of them'
Patrick Berry first attacked his friend with a pair of scissors and later attacked his girlfriend with a rolling pin and granite pestle
Dulwich and West Norwood MP Helen Hayes has secured an adjournment debate about the club's situation
Voters are warned there could be changes to which polling station they need to visit for the local election on May 3
Sadiq Khan visited Salmon Youth Centre to unveil a £45million fund aimed at preventing youngsters from getting caught up in crime
Nick Gibb MP visited staff and students at City of London Academy Southwark
Basic council tax could rise to 2.99% with a 3% social care precept planned in addition
Youngsters dressed up as their favourite book characters in schools and nurseries across Southwark to celebrate World Book Day
A number of staff at City of London Academy Southwark are expected to strike for one day only
The building will be opened to the public for just two nights on Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2
The council has confirmed it is in talks with potential partners in the voluntary sector to re-open the youth centre
John Keats Primary School is expected to open in Rotherhithe New Road this September
Aynur Sahin’s sixteen-year-old daughter was lying in bed when she heard a cracking sound and part of the ceiling caved in on her
Plans to build a new secondary school and sixth form, homes and a sports hall in Borough have been approved
Council agrees developer’s request to postpone to ‘address concerns’
Lara Buckler, 28, decided to set up Houseagogo and sell off her Nunhead flat through prize auction for just £2 a ticket
Proposals to turn Long Lane site into 'co-living' development have faced opposition from nearby residents
'The problem is this isn’t just vandalism: this is a twenty-storey building with one exit and they are setting bins alight'
Lookalike parks up in East Street to flog Sir's new book
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
"It was clear by the state of the container that this had actually been what the fish had been kept in for a long period of time... It was filthy and completely inadequate"
Pop-up will mark Mexican Day of the Dead
Eighties cartoon superhero gets own stage show for Christmas
The Charter School is fundraising to swap traditional light bulbs for LEDs to save £2,000 a year
Southwark Council granted permission to festival organisers We Are The Fair Limited on Tuesday, 30 January
New measures will be introduced next year, in hope to reduce air pollution
New play area, new meadows, and dozens of new trees
“He was essentially a very modest man. He rarely talked about himself, though he was a great communicator and he could command great respect”
Council given £300,000 to put chargers in around the borough
ofo and Mobike have both launched dockless on-demand bike hire in Southwark
Campaigners said over-crowded rail service ran less frequently than in the 1950s
TfL is working with the council to "reassess the case" for a third Tube station at the Bricklayers Arms as part of the Bakerloo Line extension
The RV1 bus service has been cut from six buses an hour to just three
Southwark-based reForm Architects fears its design for the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf crossing will be overlooked
Bank branch trains will not stop at Kennington station for 16 weeks from May as part of Northern Line extension works
'Bermondsey reflects the rise of an area that epitomises the modern urban good life'
New Southwark Presents Card offers discounts across the borough
Peckham-born artist struggled with mental illness
Nineteen-year-old Billie picked up a prize just three days after being taught how to use a sewing machine
Campaigners say that pubs in rented buildings have little protection from being redeveloped.
Seven-year-old Southwark labrador Tess, who has elbow dysplasia, needs to raise £15,000 for special stem cell treatment
16,000 people are now living with the condition in Southwark - an increase of 3,000 in a year.
People with the terminal disease are being reassessed to receive their employment support allowance
Lanre Haastrup said he would take his legal challenge to the European Courts
Sophie Powell was just nine when she was diagnosed with kidney cancer - just weeks after her mum had surgery for cancer
Southwark's director of regeneration can now enter negotiations to buy the site from Meadow Residental
Council bosses are looking at ways to 'acquire' Dulwich Hamlet FC's Champion Hill ground from developer after club was served notice on its licence to play at the site
Campaigners met at the Newington Tenants and Residents Hall on Monday, March 3
Southwark Council wants the government to give the go-ahead to its plans to redevelop the estate
Dulwich Croquet Club is one of the UK's oldest croquet clubs
CCTV footage shows the 47-year-old at the 02 Centre in north-west London on March 3.
Kathy Maney is trying to uncover why her great-grandmother left Rotherhithe for Canada in 1909 - a secret she took to her grave
Megan Hoskin, from East Dulwich, is taking part in the Great Pacific Race from California to Hawaii in June
'Be kind to each other'
The Angel in Bermondsey has reopened its lounge after a revamp
Bermondsey-based Fourpure Brewing, set up by brothers Dan and Tom Lowe in 2013, has invested £2.5million into its latest expansion
The free-to-enter awards programme features sixteen categories, including Southwark Business of the Year
Bermondsey Uprising, in Southwark Park Road, is running an upcycling challenge to coincide with London Fashion Week
Bermondsey Uprising has opened as a pop-up shop and community space in Southwark Park Road
John Parkin was found dead in his Camberwell flat in November after a friend raised the alarm
"This is about respect for him as a dead person"
The motorcyclist, in her 30s, was taken to hospital but her injuries were not life-threatening
The motorcyclist collided with a car in Ilderton Road
A tree, believed to be rotten, fell on children as they walked past in Borough
The brave bobby has been based at Peckham Police Station since 2014
"For PC Charlie Guenigault there was no such thing as ‘off duty’. That summer night in Borough Market, Charlie ran towards the terrorists, putting himself in danger to protect the public"
The London Bridge station team has been praised for locking down the station on the night of the June 3 terror attack
Four fans will be VIP guests during Millwall's home clash with Bolton
MP Neil Coyle said insurance providers had “dragged their feet and denied help to some of the businesses worst affected”
Business Minister Margot James MP met with senior staff and traders during a visit to Borough Market
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