Suspects demanded woman's jewellery and stole two cars from the driveway
One man is reported to have been stabbed in Rye Lane in the morning and another in the evening on Lugard Road
He had received a 25-month jail term in 2016 for selling more than 7,000 counterfeit DVDs – including the Disney classic Frozen and American TV series Breaking Bad.
The latest figures show Southwark has the second-highest level of knife crime in London
'I feel that I can now with confidence step aside as we continue to build and grow and win more and more support'
Momentum-supporting Labour councillors criticised colleagues who voted in favour of regeneration plans
Chris Bright says Blairites are coming round to Momentum's way of thinking
Students from the school were also crowned Special Award winners at the Better Energy School Awards 2018
The construction contractor Kier Group also provided work experience placements for some of the school's 500 students.
Former Alfred Salter Primary School deputy head Shaun Dellenty has been shortlisted for the LGBT role model award in this year’s National Diversity Awards
Every student part of the chess programme will be given a chess set so they can practice at home.
'No one should have to live in such abominable conditions'
'I haven’t got a bed, wardrobe or chest of drawers – I’m literally sleeping on my little sofa... It’s really hard'
Four students from Ark Globe Academy in Elephant & Castle won a national competition with their affordable housing campaign. It tackles the Elephant Park regeneration project and attempts to make it benefit the already existing community.
Row has erupted over new homes in Sylvan Grove
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
"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"
'I think it's good to see how the wildlife is still thriving and to enjoy living in Canada Water'
Security measures in the garden include columnar trees and rotating bars of pergola to prevent climbing
As well as collecting eighteen sacks of single-use plastic, they also found several knives, a seventeenth century pipe and some antlers
Tesco's extra charge for plastic bags was able to raise money to renovate the community garden run by a group of artists in Bermondsey
Bus lane penalties handed out in Southwark increased by 156 per cent between 2015-16 and 2016-17
Yesterday was Clean Air Day 2018
'Injuries consistent with having been hit by a train'
Detectives investigating why they were on the tracks
A 25-foot long statue paying homage to an 'iconic scene' from the 1993 film has appeared at Potters Fields Park
The robotic motion control is usually used for film productions as opposed to photography
The golden dragon weather vane from the top of St James' Church will be on display for three days
The Kirby Estate had to abandon watching England's semi-final clash with Croatia on a giant screen after people turned up and caused a disturbance
'It’s heart-breaking as every day we know he’s fighting for survival'
'It’s nice that other people talk to us about it because I thinks it was a bit of a taboo subject'
'I just want her to be able to have a life that is as ‘normal’ as possible...we just want the best for our little girl'
Holidays can be 'hell' for vulnerable kids
Developer British Land, which now owns the building, said it hoped 'to resolve the matter swiftly'
'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'
Shane Duncan asks can 'regeneration' come without 'gentrification'?
A resident watched on in horror as garden furniture, a quad bike, DVDs, and bags of rubbish were scattered across the car park of the estate
Guy's Hospital nurse Kirsty Boden and HSBC worker Ignacio Echeverria, who both died during the attack on June 3, 2017, featured in this year's Civilian Gallantry list
Cathy Dean is tackling rhino poaching one step at a time
The event on July 22 will also coincide with celebrations of St. Mary Magdalene’s feast day at the garden
The running-themed cafe-bar will be open to the whole community in a railway arch in Druid Street, Bermondsey
Figures released by Airbnb revealed a typical host in Southwark earned £3,500 last year, while a typical listing was booked for 50 nights
New shop will raise funds to combat homelessness
'That’s when my life changed because I felt like I had someone that believed in me'
Police and Richard's family believe it is 'highly likely' he could still be using public transport
Two men assisted from building
The woman's injuries were said to be serious but were not believed to be life threatening
The pedestrian's injuries were not believed to be life changing or life threatening
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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