Eleas Alfa Patience Godwin, 43, was charged yesterday with rape and actual bodily harm
Stop and search order was put in place across the whole of Southwark
Section 60 now in place across Southwark
'A previous application for permanent residence under EU law was unsuccessful because no evidence was provided'
'Men are now, literally, getting away with murder'
Ballot open until noon on Monday
'It's hard to picture now but there was no investment for the old docklands and Southwark, like London as a whole, was depopulating'
"With the financial support pledged by Government, the merger provides a unique opportunity to develop sustainable, community-based education.”
Tintagel Crescent will be closed to traffic at peak times this term
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Southwark Council is offering fully funded places on a National Pool Lifeguarding Qualification in October half-term
'I regularly see the significant problems with current policy and legislation relating to leasehold properties, and the distress that this can cause to leaseholders' - MP Helen Hayes
Council says short supply of land and its expense leaves them with limited options
The scheme, the largest in Southwark history, will see the overhaul of swathes of Rotherhithe and Surrey Quays in the next fifteen years
It had previously insisted the scheme could not support homes for the poorest - despite being owned by the Duke of Westminster
Staff at the South Bank tourist attraction said it was ‘more natural’ for the chick to mature into an adult without a gender
His jacket is studded with Swarovski crystals, his collars are from Louis Vuitton and he hangs out with A-listers - is Burly Britain's most pampered pooch?
The artist says he cannot do another version of the impressive piece without finding the three men responsible for covering it up after just a day
The mural was proudly unveiled in Burgess Park on Friday - but by Sunday, three men were spotted painting over it
Filters get rid of viruses and dust mites too
In June residents won a legal battle to have the planning permission quashed for a previous iteration of the scheme
The Trust receives up to 160 deliveries daily, or up to one every three minutes, making it the equivalent “of a small car factory”
The reading for NO2 in the inner-city Southwark postcode is a whopping 102mg/m3, over double the legal limit
The couple believe they're entitled to compensation over the delay - but easyJet said it was out of their control
Transport took centrestage among objections to the massive Canada Water Masterplan meeting last night
Some Southwark roads, including Tooley Street, will be closed from 7am and will reopen at 7pm
Popular Doorkins has been with the Cathedral for 11 years - but will now go into a well deserved retirement
SE16 residents organised their own event at West Lane memorial after the council pulled out - but now it says it'll join in after all
Residents have researched the history of their own homes
From 1934 until 2007, it was used as the factory where Kennedy’s made their sausage rolls
'We've planned this new event in the hope that as a community we can tackle loneliness in elderly people and help them feel less isolated'
Southwark GPs want you to reach out to friends and family this World Mental Health Day
The girls are now thriving as they approach their first birthday on Hallowe'en
She described the 10,000 ft jump as "phenomenal"
'We have seen that when we fight, we can get more'
Officers have recommended that councillors accept the proposals
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'Since last year I’ve been fobbed off by the council, now I’ve been fobbed until next year and expect the same again'
The Grade II-listed building may now become a flagship furniture store
If you buy from third party sellers, they could be keeping your money and not giving it to help members of the Armed Forces
Money from the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal tins go towards helping members of the Armed Forces
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Police were unable to say why they think the man climbed the crane and have arrested him on suspicion of aggravated trespass
Police said they are aware of the man who has been seen scaling a crane near to The Shard
Incident happened at around 6.30am this morning
The fundraiser has recieved over £1,200 so far - but Roy says he will donate it to charity if he gets his terror attack compensation
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
The inquest into the London Bridge terror attack was opened yesterday and heard moving tributes from families of the eight innocent victims
Anton Sobanski, who was driving the No 40 over the bridge at the time of the attack, rushed to help one of the victims
She was last seen on Wednesday
Both were last seen on Sunday night
'To know that my son was a good person, that he touched so many people’s lives, and was so kind, it is the only thing I have that can help me heal'
His mother has been the victim of sickening hoax calls, including one claiming to know the whereabouts of her son – in exchange for £10,000
Borough High Street and Blackfriars Road are among the major thoroughfares affected
Police said the man has suffered 'potentially life-changing' injuries as a result of the collision on SE1's Great Dover Street last night
Police said that the motorist was still inside the car shortly before 10pm
Transport authorities warn motorists to expect delays in the area while Network Rail carries out the bridge repairs
'Too much money needs to be spent on items to meet FA tick-boxes that are often unnecessary for clubs at the 5th or 6th level of non-league' - Peckham Town FC
The boys proudly lined up at Bermondsey's Blue market to show off their smart new kits
The free swimming lesson course last for twelve weeks, starting in mid-September.
Applause rang out across The Den on Saturday as Millwall fans paid tribute to Steve Murrell
Uche's progress on the journey will be broadcast on the BBC's The One Show throughout the week
'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.
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