'It’s really important because if he doesn’t find it he won’t be able to finish his course'
Tests confirmed substance was 'not noxious'
The victim's injuries were described as "non-life threatening or life-changing"
George Dunk died on April 27 in hospital after a short illness
Former Dulwich and West Norwood MP was diagnosed with brain cancer last May
Aylesbury leaseholders and Walworth Society praised the former councillor for his commitment and mentorship
'For the first time in history, Southwark is a Tory-free zone'
Louise Guillaume's teachers say she 'is without question as gifted a geographer as we have ever taught and could ever imagine'.
Changes are considered in light of proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act
Cherry Garden School, in Bermondsey, is preparing to move into a purpose-built building in Peckham
Youngsters dressed up as their favourite book characters in schools and nurseries across Southwark to celebrate World Book Day
Despite doctors saying Bethany needs a ground-floor flat, her family are stuck on council waiting list
Southwark council has never issued an empty dwelling management order
'There’s a 90-year-old woman who hasn’t left the house and there are people with disabilities'
Thirty-seven per cent of all children growing up in the capital are in poverty
RSPCA called by students who found a squirrel in their toilet
Lookalike parks up in East Street to flog Sir's new book
Pop-up will mark Mexican Day of the Dead
Eighties cartoon superhero gets own stage show for Christmas
Walworth Methodist Church garden needed some TLC
The Charter School is fundraising to swap traditional light bulbs for LEDs to save £2,000 a year
Southwark Council granted permission to festival organisers We Are The Fair Limited on Tuesday, 30 January
New measures will be introduced next year, in hope to reduce air pollution
RMT and Aslef union members will strike for 24 hours on June 6 and 14 in a row over 'work-life balance'
Work is part of the Northern line extension to Nine Elms
'London Bridge station will be the beating heart of the Thameslink, offering thousands of commuters more frequent and reliable services'
SE5 Forum say reopening Camberwell Station could help improve air quality
South London's cultural hub will feature exhibitions, interactive installations, and live music
'His design for Peckham Library fundamentally changed people’s view of this part of our borough'
We've rounded up a list of places in Southwark live streaming or hosting celebrations for Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on May 19
Beauty and the Beast, La La Land, live comedy and music also announced as part of Summer by the River
The TV presenter met consultant cardiologist Professor Simon Redwood during the NHS Heroes Awards
'Looking back with rose-tinted glasses it was actually enjoyable; it was surreal and an amazing experience'
'He will play a pivotal role in moving the trust onto a more robust and sustainable financial and performance footing'
'It’s no secret the feelings between the two clubs but it’s been amazing that two out of three high fundraisers so far have been Millwall supporters'
Florist may have to make way for a new electricity sub-station after Network Rail error
The theatre will end its 25-year search for a permanent home when it moves into two new spaces in Elephant & Castle and London Bridge
The Marlborough Sports Garden will be open to schools, residents and workers in the area
Building, once known as Central Hall, has had many uses over the years
Southwark Council paid tribute to 'unsung heroes who make a huge impact'
'I noticed tourists would know about Buckingham Palace and not Rotherhithe but it’s definitely still worth coming to discover the area'
'To anyone thinking of fostering, I say go for it – your life will be enriched and you will be helping someone who really needs it'
'To be part of it is great for me and great for the community'
'Everyone has had a friend or relative who has been touched by cancer'
Small beer is said to have been popular in the 1700s when water quality was poor
The couple will sell freshly-baked Manze’s pies at the market every Saturday, and they will also have mash, liquor and Baldwin’s Sarsaparilla
The Ministry will open in a former Victorian warehouse on Borough Road this summer
The police vehicle had been responding to an emergency call at the time of the collision
He remains in hospital but his injuries are not life-threatening
A215 south-bound is still closed but north-bound lane has re-opened
London Fire Brigade called just before 6am this morning
The brave bobby has been based at Peckham Police Station since 2014
MP Neil Coyle said insurance providers had “dragged their feet and denied help to some of the businesses worst affected”
Business Minister Margot James MP met with senior staff and traders during a visit to Borough Market
Prime Minister walked around the market over a month after terror attack
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