On October 24, Sophie Morgan tweeted: “My Ryker was stolen in south London yesterday, I’m so upset
Police insist they now have a strong presence on the streets of Rotherhithe after an escalation in firework attacks
Police say they are making 'every effort' to stamp the behaviour out
Corbyn said he would 'strongly contest' the 'political intervention'
Police and Southwark Council had received numerous reports of explicit sex acts taking place during the day near kids' play areas
More than eighty advocacy groups, MPs, and academics, including Southwark Travellers' Action Group have signed an open letter calling for an apology
Report also calls for appeal process for fines and criticises government's communication strategy during pandemic
'It’s the decision that the government should have made, but they have failed so we are stepping up'
The scholarships are also open to people of colour who live outside the borough
The sandwich bar is offering breakfasts to needy pupils
Kids in Walworth and senior citizens in Bermondsey to benefit
'They gave me two humidifiers but it doesn’t do anything but rack up a huge bill for me'
2,680 people slept rough for the first time between April and June
Apartments on the site of the boozer may be extended
Stunning £800,000 Hove apartment being raffled to raise £100,000 for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
One of the memorial plaques, dedicated to Colonel Gaddafi, reads: "have i told you lately that i love you?"
Hawkes Cidery on Druid Street wants people to fill up a glass with a free pint on Thursday
The baby-friendly quizzes are now coming to the Old Salt Quay
The snake has now been called Mavis and will be rehomed
'Let’s use this awful time we have all been through with COVID-19 to reset how we do things'
'By spreading awareness of plastic pollution in this fun and engaging way will hopefully show people that little actions do make a difference and they make you feel good'
Petitions and counter petitions have been set up calling to keep or scrap the scheme
Being literally enveloped in the exhibition’s womb-like corridors of creativity, took us back to when cultural practises worked harmoniously with the eco-system.
TfL says it is looking for further sources for the Bakerloo extension
The council has said it will rerun the consultation
The venue says it is confused why it did not get any of the support
The hounds can sit, lie and pose on the Glass Floors in the Walkways, and look down at spectacular views of the city from 42m above the Thames.
A firm favourite is The Fighting Temeraire, shown flying a white flag as it surrenders to age and neglect, the once magnificent sailing ship now being tugged by steam on its final journey to be broken up at Rotherhithe and the timber sold off.
For the lips of a forbidden woman drip honey, and her speech is smoother than oil, but in the end she is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword
Trust officials are also worried about the impact of a no deal exit from the European Union
Kofoworola Abeni Pratt came to the UK in 1946
The app gives easy healthy recipes to help wean babies
Volunteers should be healthy, aged 18-84, and live within easy reach of the hospital
Two million been spent on the project since 2017
A petition, calling for Tiger to scrap its proposals, including a 20-storey high tower block, had been signed by more than 1,600 last week
Bankside residents have warned of the noise and disruption caused if the pier is given the go ahead
Latin Elephant hit back at claims it had spread 'misinformation' in angry rebuttal to developer Delancey
By law treasure finds have to be reported to the coroner
Southwark's commander denied his unit was ‘refusing’ to hand over the statistics - saying more detailed information would be shared when available
There's only been two occasions where Kevin has missed a marathon in more than three decades
Kristian is aiming to run more than sixty miles a day every day for 41 days to break the record
5,000 already out of work in Bermondsey and Old Southwark
'A short period of tighter restrictions could be less painful to the local economy and to families'
28,000 jobs across London believed to be at risk
The park has now reopened
Former PC Pearce resigned from the force in January
A woman was hospitalised after the blaze
Firefighters have named the stray cat Tiddles
The sentence cut has been awarded in recognition of Gallant's exceptional bravery
The fundraiser has recieved over £1,200 so far - but Roy says he will donate it to charity if he gets his terror attack compensation
First Roy was allegedly placed on an anti-extremism programme - and now he says he's been refused compensation because of his convictions
Over two years on from the attack Roy Larner says he is still homeless and unable to get counselling
She was last seen around midnight on Sunday night / Monday morning
Police are growing increasingly concerned for his safety as Delroy has Alzheimer’s and is not believed to have any medication with him.
He is 'safe and well'
If you see her please call 999
'One of the worst things about it is that it has left the community divided'
"All we are hearing is about the problems – an ambulance driver told me today they are overwhelmed. We could be part of the solution" says a chairman of the London Black Taxi trade
The man in his thirties is currently in a critical condition in hospital
Closed for 'tree works'
There is still a stigma surrounding men with eating disorders - but help is available
'We hope that Peckham turns out in force to support our guys to bring the cup back to Southwark'
Volunteers set up the community space outside the derelict Grove Tavern
Volunteers had only just repaired previous damage
'I will always remember their commitment, sacrifice and their positive attitude'
More than 60 died in the attack
Spooky Sunday includes an 'Elephant and Castle ghost story' and virtual apple bobbing
The church will honour the memory of those who lost their lives that night 80 years ago, and those wardens and other civilians who treated the dying and injured, with a special service.
'We are deeply sorry for the six precious lives that were lost' - Southwark Council leader Peter John
Dayana Francisquini’s partner Rafael arrived at hospital believing they had been saved, only to find his entire family had succumbed to the blaze
A fashion designer, Catherine had created her own fashion label, Moi Et Cat, and had created several looks for Bjork in her glittering career
£9.5 million worth of work began on refurbishing the boarded up block to bring it back into use, after the council decided demolition wasn’t an option given Southwark’s chronic housing shortage.
A prayer ceremony will be held on Sunday for the victims of the attack as the tributes are moved
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