Two men are in custody
It is believed a female member of staff was injured as the suspect attempted to take an item after a sale was refused
The man, believed to be in his early 20s, was found with stab injuries in Lucey Way
The by election takes the Liberal Democrats’ total number of seats in Southwark to fourteen, while Labour has 49 seats
'The worst-case scenario is that the club would be moved away and that would be absolutely tragic'
'She didn’t follow the political rules of the day; she followed her personal instinct'
Former Dulwich and West Norwood MP was diagnosed with brain cancer last May
Acclaimed photographs aim to inspire girls to embrace natural curls
Previous inspection said school 'requires improvement'
'That’s when my life changed because I felt like I had someone that believed in me'
Louise Guillaume's teachers say she 'is without question as gifted a geographer as we have ever taught and could ever imagine'.
'I haven’t got a bed, wardrobe or chest of drawers – I’m literally sleeping on my little sofa... It’s really hard'
Documents appear to contradict council's commitment not to demolish low rise buildings
Despite doctors saying Bethany needs a ground-floor flat, her family are stuck on council waiting list
Foundation helps young people move from hostel to home of their own
RSPCA called by students who found a squirrel in their toilet
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"
Lookalike parks up in East Street to flog Sir's new book
Councillor praises local schools for hard work in improving air quality for children in the borough
Veolia will offer up to £2000 to fund a grassroots project designed to help the environment. East Dulwich Community Centre and Lamlash Gardens in Elephant and Castle are both previous winners.
Field Day's organisers have set up a new fund to help put money back into Brockwell Park
Walworth Methodist Church garden needed some TLC
'Injuries consistent with having been hit by a train'
RMT and Aslef union members will strike for 24 hours on June 6 and 14 in a row over 'work-life balance'
'The Mayor, the new Deputy Mayor for Transport and TfL need to think again'
Repairs on Camberwell Grove bridge are now scheduled for August 2018
Colombian, Polish, Spanish, French and Portuguese flags are also expected to join the England flags during the football tournament
This year’s celebration will celebrate the work and achievements of the wonderful local community
Submit your favourite photos in and around SE22 for an outdoor exhibition this summer
The annual 50km walk raises money for the cancer charity set up in broadcaster Richard Dimbleby's name
A demonstration will be held outside the Maudsley Hospital in Denmark Hill on June 21
The study is named after Graham Roberts who died of bladder cancer aged 58 in July 2016
The ambulance service was previously rated 'requires improvement' overall but has now been rated 'good' overall and 'outstanding' for being caring
The Flower Lady will no longer have to make way for an electricity sub-station
Work on the 55-flat development is expected to begin immediately and be completed by 2020
Florist may have to make way for a new electricity sub-station after Network Rail error
Sydenham lady was impressed by George's Zumba moves
The charity event, held at The Den, was organised to help those affected by the terror attacks in London and Manchester in 2017
'They should put it right for that poor woman – she’s been through enough'
'I feel they’ve gone in there like a bull in a china shop without any leeway'
'Everyone has had a friend or relative who has been touched by cancer'
Bermondsey resident Aidan Fitzpatrick's business Reincubate and online sexual health service SH:24 have scooped the Queen's Award for Enterprise
The man was previously said to be in a 'critical but stable condition' by police but has now sadly been pronounced dead
Driver is assisting police with enquiries
Police say their injuries are not life changing or life threatening
'Those dark winter months after the attack were really hard for me'
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'
Seventeen-year-old Morgan last seen on Crofton Road
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