Met tells News it cannot ‘waste time’ on ‘non serious’ crimes after enquiry
The sick predator used cases like Jade Goody's death to exploit his victims
A recording which emerged last week appeared to show Bravery telling carers of his plans to throw someone from a tall building
'I have been left with complications worse than the symptoms the mesh was meant to treat'
'Southwark will receive or the Met will receive its share'
'Another Windrush-like scandal could be unfolding right before the eyes of this council and we must not be passive observers to it- Lib Dem cllr David Noakes
'He calls it as peace deal, but it is no such thing,' says the Dulwich and West Norwood MP
Her creation was brought to life by feted designer Tom Faulkner
"This hugely excessive waste of taxpayers’ money is an outrage" say the Moreton family - who want to move
Weapon sweeps are offered to all Southwark schools and are carried out on an 'ad-hoc' basis, say police
St Dunstan's College junior school won Gold Award
29 new homes built in Meeting House Lane
Developers Hollybrook Homes have given £30,000, but Boys is seeking to crowdfund the extra £50,000 he needs to support the project
Although residents have been told they can shower for free in leisure centres nearby, many elderly or immobile people are left in the lurch
'Just because it’s coming down doesn’t mean everything shouldn’t be done properly. We are still here'
"The busy and noisy environment of a property on the Old Kent Road is no place for a wild animal," said an animal rights charity
Staff at the South Bank tourist attraction said it was ‘more natural’ for the chick to mature into an adult without a gender
He was caught on camera stamping Guy Fawkes' head off a spike and carrying it under his arm
Michelle believes she will be the first 'pearly' to attempt a wing-walk in her full ceremonial gear
The flats have floor-to-ceiling windows - but the owners complained that people can see inside their houses
"It can be overwhelming which is why local level initiatives such as mine are so important,' says group founder Ric Baldock
Consultation on safety measures will begin within weeks
Commuters reported seeing an 'eight foot sinkhole' outside the flooded station
'People are walking right out even though there is a fatal collision sign'
Since December fines are no longer limited to one a day because of "repeat offenders" said TfL
"My sister's death was entirely unnecessary ... If I can help save one life or prevent serious injuries on the road through this message, then I will be proud"
The money will help pay for new staff to fix up second hand bikes before giving them to refugees
The Local line-up for your diary
The Look Up London tour guide tells a story of social change that continues to this day
The Urabn Fox heads to Near and Far for brunch with a booze-free twist...
Most are just £5 and all abilities welcome
A new report from the children’s commissioner highlighted that Southwark is one of four areas in the country where more than nine in ten children who are referred for mental health care actually go on to receive it
The exhibition at the Florence Nightingale museum in the grounds of St Thomas’ Hospital will showcase 200 objects relating to the world-famous nurse
The sudden appearance of a lump, blood in your urine or a change to your usual bowel habits are warning signs to look out for
The high-level walkway will be demolished after improvements to London Bridge station
'We will work differently and better with developers'
it is expected both will start trading in the coming months
HRH has been a patron of the charity since 1981
The charity needs to raise £32,000 to reinstate its cafe
She describes herself as "funny, easy-going but a little bit bossy"
Could it be your family member, friend or neighbour who has won the prize?
It opens on Thursday, February 20 - and there's deals on offer
'We have acoustic measures in place to ensure minimal sound spillage'
The the owner was fined £20,000 and order to do 200 hours community service.
One of the breaches was “failure to provide a suitable method of giving warning in case of fire.”
Fire Brigade called at 4pm
Police have urged anyone who witnessed the collision to get in touch
Officers are trying to track down the man's next-of-kin, while one person was arrested at the scene
The Coroner offered his sympathies but said the present arrangements on the bridge do not put lives at risk
Over two years on from the attack Roy Larner says he is still homeless and unable to get counselling
The terrorist attack, two years ago today, claimed the lives of eight innocent people and wounded many more
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
'Thank you all for the amazing support' says his Mum
He could be in south-east or east London
She was last seen on Wednesday
He was last seen by his family on Sunday
Closed for 'tree works'
Five million pounds is expected to be spent on the 46-year-old bridge and it could mean that from March next year it will be closed to drivers apart from buses, taxis and cyclists
From Monday (December 2) any drivers caught will receive a fine for each journey through the tunnel.
Woolwich Ferry has been suspended due to a technical fault.
The charity's clubs help people overcome loneliness too
'Everyone says that Mishi was a legend. He absolutely was. People use it far too readily, but he was' - Mishi's brother, Ferenc
Donations to two chosen charities are requested in lieu of flowers
The club shared news of his death today
It calls for Boris Johnson to order the council to remove its flag - but councils can fly any flag they want if they have planning permission
South London Larder - The Valentine’s food and drink special
Every £1 raised by the sale will now go towards providing four meals for vulnerable families in the capital
'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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