He was sentenced fifteen months imprisonment, with half to be served on licence, after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
Judges agreed that her initial sentence was too lenient
We still have some piglets left and have added new padlocks onto their barn to keep them safe
'Despite foreign office assurances, political violence and intimidation continues'
'I’m very keen we do even more to reach individuals and families particularly in Southwark and Lambeth'
New panel is looking at impact of leaving EU on Southwark's economy
Rory Cowlam says Staffies can make great pets and outright bans don't work
Team cycled from London to Brighton to raise cash for sport
'If just one person understands more about what happened because of my visit here then it will have been worth it'
'They met the challenge of these new exams with focus and determination'
The majority of pupils achieved top results
A mother and her two children escaped from the blaze unharmed
She's walking from Teddington Lock to the Thames Barrier to raise money for a homelessness charity
'We will not rest on our laurels in our ambition to prevent homelessness'
Research suggests around 11 per cent of homeless people have a history of problem gambling
After a three year investigation and over 400 reports of cat mutilations police say humans are not involved
“We’re over 50, but we aren’t dead yet.”
Bat is now back in the wilds of south London
RSPCA called by students who found a squirrel in their toilet
Experts have warned that the public should stay away
He says a vent is letting out pollution more frequently to cut back toxic levels in Rotherhithe Tunnel
'We accept that we still have a way to go but we are working towards our goal'
She was part of the only crew-of-three to ever row the Pacific Ocean
The RMT union says it'll negatively affect passengers who are elderly or disabled
Partially obstructed due to diversion of current footpath into cycle lane.
No-one was seriously injured
Bank branch trains hadn't been stopping at Kennington since May
Council promises 'superlative' show timed to music
At his old stomping ground of the Thomas A Beckett where he '...sweated for many an hour and lost loads of blood…’
The winner will be selected at random on Saturday evening.
The pilot hopes to inspire young people to follow their dreams with the talk
Cllr Jasmine Ali : “We highlighted the issue on the front page of the council’s website at the earliest opportunity. If any residents are still concerned about this matter please do get in touch with us.”
They've now been placed into special measures
Kids in the local area now have a crocodile rocker and cradle swings to play on
'I used to play in some of these buildings so it’s a bit weird for me, but it’s all for a good cause'
Kids have volunteered to help paint the mural to beat the Guinness World Record for the most contributions to a colour by numbers painting.
Developer British Land, which now owns the building, said it hoped 'to resolve the matter swiftly'
Meadow Residential says it has written off the Dulwich Hamlet's £750,000 debt - but the club says it has always questioned it
'They were thrilled to hear about his success'
This mongrel bitch is a bundle of energy, but has a sweet nature and is eager to please
'We’re desperate to find this mystery ticket-holder and unite them with their winnings'
It will feature at a ceremony tonight to remember the impact of the first night of the Blitz
Cusine with a South American and European twist
Silvester Road site 'not fit for purpose'
It runs 100% on green energy
The company, which makes herbal teas for children, is less than a year old.
She is believed to have been in her twenties
Expect tailback in and around Brixton and Stockwell
Twenty-eight-year-old man arrested
Incident 'not terror related'
Julie and Mark Wallace speak of the huge support they received in London after their daughter Sara's death
'Those dark winter months after the attack were really hard for me'
Theresa May and Sadiq Khan placed floral tributes at Southwark Needle
Insurance payouts were delayed by wait to declare attack as terrorism
Seventeen-year-old Terence Maccabee, last seen in Southwark over three weeks ago on 27 August
Richard has not been seen since approx 18:00pm on 13 Sept.
The teenager was last seen at 6.30pm on Friday, August 24 leaving her family home in Bexleyheath.
Anyone who can help is asked to call 116 000
Road closed after a collision...
Traffic signals faulty...
Lane blocked on Peckham High Street A202
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