Injuries 'not serious'
Sixteen-year-old threatened and woman dragged across the floor in terrifying ordeal, the court was told
The pair were "violent offenders" who were "menace to the London public," said the Met's DC Mark Cooper after sentencing
Deputy Major of planning, regeneration and skills Jules Pipe was visiting as part of Love Our Colleges week
'It’s become like a soap opera but the biggest loser out of all of this will be parliament' - a Leave voter in Southwark
Labour's official party policy is still ending freedom of movement after Brexit, and replacing with 'reasonable management of migration'
The debate starts at 10.35pm
The annual Complete University Guide ranked the institution six places higher than it did the previous year
More plants will make the school's air even cleaner
The City of London has asked for a further £283,000 of Government funding to deal with problems arising on the Galleywall primary refurbishment
Where tenants will be moved to is still unclear
'The end of no fault evictions is long overdue'
Peabody said both social tenants and private owners lived on both sides of the hedge and had equal access to the facilities
Judges praised Bermondsey for its warehouse vibe which "feels cool and historic"
Next on Frank's bucket-list is to do a wing-walk - where you are strapped onto the wing of a plane in flight
The mandolin is the star of the show - but the captain accidentally lost it while travelling at London Bridge
An Ed Sheeran tribute act played at the event while someone even brought along a poodle in a pink mini
However, the National Trust said it could reassure locals the name-change would not be permanent
More walking means fewer cars and less pollution
Bat numbers in the UK have sharply declined, with habitat loss, building work and even street lights threatening the creatures’ ability to roost
Officers warned that illegal protests on Waterloo Bridge and other locations were drawing police away from keeping Londoners safe
British Transport Police want to track down this man to help them with their investigation
"Many of my constituents are concerned about the daily overcrowding at Canada Water station and their safety when waiting for a train"
"I’m sure people will find the sound of bird song quite soothing" said Ian Hanson, of Network Rail
The road has now reopened and police say the man safely brought down from the scaffolding
Rapper's first UK gig in four years
Small publishers began producing cardboard books in Buenos Aires after the financial crash in 2001.
Southwark Presents card holders get 50 per cent off
On Monday, May 27, she will be teaming up with trader Only Jerkin’ to create a one-off menu exclusively available from a street food truck at the festival in Peckham Rye Park
'Every day on the support page new members join who've been suffering for months or years but are told by medics they are a mystery'
'Following specialist advice the appropriate treatment is being carried out in the affected areas, which includes deep cleaning'
'Many vulnerable men suffer by having needless, ineffective surgical and non-surgical procedures'
The twelve hour walk signifies the time baby Octavia's parents carried her along the hospital corridors to calm and reassure her before life-saving surgery
Southwark Council says it is doing all it can to protect the park at limited cost to the taxpayer
Four desks available at 133 Rye Lane
'I’ve seen many changes happen but never felt the changes involved my opinion or ideas' - a resident instrumental in launching the new space
The first new builds should be ready by 2020-21
'I always say, fostering is not just a young person or a child coming into your home and you providing a roof and a safe environment: it’s about love'
The centre was fully re-opened yesterday morning and normal schedules have resumed
But Sellar fiercely defended the proposal, saying it was the result of extensive consultation with local stakeholders
'Our priority now is to explain what this announcement means for our colleagues and wherever possible, offer them alternative roles with Tesco'
The new service has also created fifteen new jobs at Sainsbury’s Dog Kennel Hill site
Each shortlisted company will now be invited to submit a second round application form by Friday, 26th April
Road closures are in place
'R.I.P to a beautiful loving soul, you will always be in our hearts, always and forever'
A patient has been treated on the scene and transferred to a major trauma hospital
A spokesperson from the RNLI said the woman managed to 'self-recover' but she was treated by paramedics at the scene
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
Seven dogs from the Met and British Transport Police will get the 'animal OBE' medals
He said: "My life and career changed in a way I could never have prepared for. The events have no doubt left their mark.”
The writer was in a bar on stag do when police stormed the bar and told everyone to get down because of the attack
Last seen on Thursday, May 9
He could be in Wembley
If you see her, call 999
Police have launched an appeal to find the missing 86-year-old who is from Southwark
Emergency services at the scene
Police have advised that people pack light and bring essential items only - no backpacks or suitcases will be allowed into the Mayor's firework display.
Bus routes diverted
He was sentenced fifteen months imprisonment, with half to be served on licence, after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
The event on Wednesday 29th May 2019 starts from 6:30pm
“I know that eventually my lungs will slowly fill up and restrict my breathing'
“Everyone was finishing the marathon with their medals and that’s when I promised myself I would do that'
'I know the late night runs in the cold and wet will all be worth it when I cross the finish line'
They were rescued only minutes before refuse collectors were due to dispose of the cardboard box
Running from 6.30pm on Wednesday 29th May until 9am the following morning the event will feature a DJ performing family-friendly music and there will be animated films played on the big screen
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