Patrick Berry first attacked his friend with a pair of scissors and later attacked his girlfriend with a rolling pin and granite pestle
A 20-year-old man was stabbed four times in Marcia Road, Bermondsey, during a violent attempted robbery
Dickson Tangu was sentenced to life imprisonment and will serve a minimum of 23 years.
Sadiq Khan visited Salmon Youth Centre to unveil a £45million fund aimed at preventing youngsters from getting caught up in crime
Mucktar Khan and Joshua Eduardo were found with a loaded gun and samurai sword when police pulled over a taxi in Camberwell
The major shake up will help the London Met save £325 million in the next three years
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
John Mulrenan sadly passed away from lung cancer on December 19
Care leavers aged between eighteen and 24 will be automatically exempt from paying council tax from March
John Keats Primary School is expected to open in Rotherhithe New Road this September
The Charter School is fundraising to swap traditional light bulbs for LEDs to save £2,000 a year
Plans to build a new secondary school and sixth form, homes and a sports hall in Borough have been approved
A Peckham mum has set up a petition to open a specialised play centre for children with complex needs and disabilities
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'
Updated proposals for the Canada Water Masterplan will go on show to the public
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
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
Southwark-based reForm Architects fears its design for the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf crossing will be overlooked
The RV1 bus service has been cut from six buses an hour to just three
Bank branch trains will not stop at Kennington station for 16 weeks from May as part of Northern Line extension works
Three people have been arrested after a fight broke out on a platform at London Bridge station in front of shocked commuters
Call for review to end ‘wasted time’ for drivers and pedestrians
Harman responds to commuter complaints about Denmark Hill and Peckham Rye stations
Campaigners say that pubs in rented buildings have little protection from being redeveloped.
An exhibition celebrating the history and heritage of Rotherhithe will be open from February 16-March 1
Bermondsey Uprising, in Southwark Park Road, is running an upcycling challenge to coincide with London Fashion Week
‘Unicorn land’, disco and giant inflatables set for Rotherhithe venue
Artist Sally Hogarth has designed ten miniature houses which will be dotted around Burgess Park in memory of those who died during a WWI raid
Walworth pupil Christilina Robinson, twelve, is a semi-finalist in this year’s Miss Junior Teen GB pageant
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.
Millwall fan Jamie Pearce will run the Big Half in a West Ham shirt if he raises £500 for cancer sufferer Isla Caton
136 council tenants have the condition - but more may not have come forward.
The hospital trust was rated 'requires improvement' overall - but also had 'good' and 'outstanding' areas
Bermondsey Uprising has opened as a pop-up shop and community space in Southwark Park Road
Developer Delancey submitted a revised offer to Southwark Council today including 116 homes at social rent.
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
The voluntary organisation has trained generations of youngsters from Walworth in the arts of seafaring and leadership for more than 50 years.
Oli Glanville, 22, and George Randell, 23, became the youngest duo to row the Atlantic after completing the 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge
John Parkin was found dead in his Camberwell flat in November after a friend raised the alarm
'I think it can show that some things are bigger than football'
Point of Light Award recognises outstanding volunteers in the community
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
"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
A 29-year-old woman was hit by two lorries and two cars on a pedestrian crossing in Tulse Hill
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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