Officers and security staff chased off the criminal - but they made their escape after assaulting a copper
Marie Brown went to check on her father, Noel, at his home in Deptford - and is thought to have disturbed a killer cutting off her father's arms and legs
Fans have raised over £2,800 after putting aside their differences to march ten miles in murdered Jimmy and Rob's memory
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Held at Darwin Court, Crail Row, SE17 from 10am
"Other parents understand what you are going through," said chair Nicky Rolfe
East Dulwich councillor James McAsh is leading Southwark Labour's call to end private schools
They were inspired by Greta Thurnberg's speech about tackling climate change
'The cost of putting a roof over our head is preventing too many us from living the life we want'
'It is simply not right that in a country as wealthy as Britain anyone should have to sleep on the streets' - Southwark Council's cabinet member for housing
'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
The Lions can now proceed with their own development plans for the land around the stadium
Burly is spoiled rotten, with his owners spending £15,000 on him in just six months - and now he's Primark's star
Michelle believes she will be the first 'pearly' to attempt a wing-walk in her full ceremonial gear
'This video is a madness. Really rode a jet ski through London,' she said
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?
Is it the council, Network Rail, Arch Co or Govia Thameslink's job?
'Our customers will really welcome this. I’d like to thank every one of them who has shared examples of ways they feel we can cut plastic in our Southwark store'
The council says the trees have to go so it can complete work on the embankment on either side of the footbridge
Filters get rid of viruses and dust mites too
The yellow cab is being ditched in favour of a green alternative
The proposals would see a 70m block built over the station, but also would unlock new council homes
In the last fifteen years passenger numbers have increased by 5.4 million
He had been grilled on the issue of transport overcrowding in Canada Water by Assembly Member, Caroline Pidgeon
Fun starts on Saturday, December 7
An Act of God, written by David Javerbaum, was twice a smash hit on Broadway
Explore the basics at a ‘Beekeeping for Beginners’ taster session
Cases of 'potentially fatal' bacterial infections could be being under-investigated at the Trust, a Coroner has said
'I just didn't see it coming and neither did my friends'
'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'
Uche's progress on the journey will be broadcast on the BBC's The One Show throughout the week
The scheme, the largest in Southwark history, will see the overhaul of swathes of Rotherhithe and Surrey Quays in the next fifteen years
Transport took centrestage among objections to the massive Canada Water Masterplan meeting last night
Officers have recommended that councillors accept the proposals
Volunteers will be at London Bridge and Waterloo tube stations to take coat donations
This year’s is extra special as it's their 20th anniversary
'While the abuse stopped, the effects have stayed with me'
Customers are invited to join the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday 28 November at 8am, where they will have the chance to sample products throughout the day.
Is it a pint of Bollocks to Brexit or a Take Back Control with your steak and ale pie, Sir?
The Underdog, on Crucifix Lane, was the first to trial the A.I. Bar, which scans the faces of those waiting to tell bar staff who is next in line
"Having just finished a four-year disqualification, it appears that Tashia Joseph had not learnt from her previous mistake and a mere five months later began to act in a manner which lacked any integrity" - said the Deputy Official Receiver.
Police said the driver of the car failed to stop at the scene
Officers have arrested one of the drivers on suspicion of drink driving
Half a room on the first floor of the three-storey building was damaged
The hotel is on Great Dover Street
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'
He could be in south-east or east London
Both are 'safe and well'
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'
Motorists are advised to avoid the South Circular
Borough High Street and Blackfriars Road are among the major thoroughfares affected
The route P12 bus is being diverted as a result of the incident says TfL
Bus routes diverted
'If I can inspire just one other person to follow their dreams, even if the odds are stacked against them, that would be amazing'
Southwark Council is offering fully funded places on a National Pool Lifeguarding Qualification in October half-term
'I believe that if I pass away, I’ll be with my son. If I don’t, I’ll get to live the rest of my life,' said brave Cassie
The boys proudly lined up at Bermondsey's Blue market to show off their smart new kits
“We are all united for a fallen hero, a Millwall hero,” said the fans behind getting the bench installed
'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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