'We know a lot of people were still in the area at the time of this assault'
The Police told the News a firearm has not been recovered
'These suspects were incredibly audacious'
The ‘shameful’ national target is just thirty five per cent
'Councils need to be directly involved in the Brexit process'
Crouch 'pivotal' in Dulwich Hamlet's return to Champion Hill
The former home secretary received the degree for his contributions to occupational health and promoting improved access to education
National average is 82 per cent
One in four children growing up in the capital has fewer than ten books at home
He pledged to do everything he could to make education accessible in the speech
People will have an opportunity to play against an international chess champion in the run up to the World Chess Championship in London
Hostel saw 82% reduction in residents returning to sleeping rough and 87% reduction in prison stays
'This is a big step forward for Aylesbury regeneration plans but we also recognise this may be difficult for those involved'
“The safety of our tenants and leaseholders is our number one priority."
The money was raised for the 999 Club, a homelessness charity in Deptford
Experts say the skeletons distinctive leather boots could suggest that he made his living from the river - which may have ultimately killed him
Infestation disgusts park-goers
The blistering phaal contains Scorpion chillies - ranked among the hottest on the Scoville heat scale
After a three year investigation and over 400 reports of cat mutilations police say humans are not involved
The move comes after the News reported last week of primary schools taking extraordinary steps including face-masks to tackle harmful pollution
He was attending a summit to talk about making business more green and sustainable
The River Hill federation has launched a fundraiser to give children face masks to combat pollution, while Goose Green primary school has unveiled air purification units
The group has warned that urgent action is needed now to prevent catastrophic climate change
More than 300 signs have been put up ahead of the charge coming into force next April covering parts of Southwark
New chargers will make it easier to switch to electric vehicles
"It’s an absolute disgrace, it’s all just a happy-clappy ‘let’s ban the cabs.’”
The incident is not currently thought to be suspicious
The iconic Scottish duo voted for the entertainer to win a Southwark blue plaque, a scheme by the News, Southwark Council and the Southwark Heritage Association
'Against the armour of the storm I’ll hold my human barrier’
Head to Southwark Park for a fairytale day out
Patti Birks has traced her family history all the way back to John Harvard, who left Southwark in 1637 to found Harvard University
Southwark's Clinical Commissioning Group said it would start funding the life-changing monitor for diabetics from January
'Many girls want to hide that they are on their period in school time'
‘These are mums working hard who do not have the time to formalise their business and work out how to grow’
Draft plans for 20,000 new homes and the Bakerloo Line extension
“All eyes are on Southwark now'
'It is testament to how far we have come as a party that improving the Aylesbury deal is such a real possibility'
Ice rink set up in Castle Square
'The ball promises to not only be a fantastic night out but your support at this event will help us continue and build upon our great work to date'
Memorial will be held at Southwark Cathedral on October 22, at 3pm
A century ago the first global war ended
All donations collected will be shared across food banks in Bermondsey, Camberwell and Peckham.
It is hoped the scheme will help reduce pollution and congestion
50 high tech lampposts are being installed in Borough & Bankside and Dulwich
Food stall damaged
Witnesses reported seeing the air ambulance trying to land in nearby Surrey Square
Two people died at the scene
Next of kin have been informed
The writer was in a bar on stag do when police stormed the bar and told everyone to get down because of the attack
Julie and Mark Wallace speak of the huge support they received in London after their daughter Sara's death
Julie and Mark Wallace hope to support others experiencing traumatic grief
Medics were on the scene within minutes thanks to Bill and his team
Last seen in Tulse Hill at around 16:00 on Monday, 22 October.
He was last seen on September 26
If you see him call 101
If you see him call 999
Bus routes diverted
Traffic is slow on approach with tailbacks along Jamaica Road.
Road closed after a collision...
Traffic signals faulty...
'I needed more positive role models when I was growing up'
The club could be back on home turf within six weeks
'Dulwich Hamlet will be coming home to where, over many years, it has grown to become such an important part of our local community'
They took turns trying to score goals past Jimmy Bullard
'It's so important to bring folks together around Christmas time'
Famous eatery drew in a big crowd
Volunteers recognised as 'Southwark Stars'
Local resident Shelagh and family have been hosting the annual fundraiser for years and say everybody’s welcome.
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