DC Vanessa Cadrecha-Paolucci said the men in the pictures may have "vital information" about the case
A 22-year-old man was arrested today on suspicion of assisting an offender
'We all must do something to stop the madness and this is just our quota'
Cllr Ali was elected a year ago to the London Bridge and West Bermondsey ward
'We are left with the difficult choice of cutting services or finding new ways to raise income'
'No detainee should be left to bleed for want of a difficult conversation or a cheap tampon'
9,000 voted for The Brexit Party in Southwark
The school, on Galleywall Road, scored the highest-possible 'Outstanding' rating in all five categories that were assessed
German-born Kerr came to London as a refugee
'I still sometimes pinch myself that it’s our building' - head teacher
Deputy Major of planning, regeneration and skills Jules Pipe was visiting as part of Love Our Colleges week
'He wanted to do it to represent the thousands of people facing the same problems but it took his pride and everything he had to go in front of the camera'
Where tenants will be moved to is still unclear
Councillors unanimously rejected Grosvenor's £500m scheme in February over affordable housing - but now Mayor Khan will consider the proposal
Andre Charles Trepel is said to have made £1.2m in gross profit after dividing 'three flats into around twenty cramped bedsits and studios'
They want someone to go to lots of events and get paid £2,000 for it, the pub said
He's been stung a few times - but still bares it all with the bees
The firm hopes to have rideable prototypes completed by the end of summer
Police declined to say how the "accident" could've happened when the car was not chasing anyone or responding to a call
'The cost of inaction is huge in financial terms and the human cost is incalculable'
'We are calling on residents to come forward with new ideas – big and small – for how to improve the shared spaces in their estates'
51,000 households affected
'Great example of the circular economy at work'
The plans, due to come into force in May next year, are part of a bid to stop people dying in collisions on London's roads
Road has been closed to traffic since January
Mains work now completed
The Southwark Park Association will also be holding other free events around the all-important anniversary on Wednesday, June 19
Community projects on the agenda include a drop-in bike repair stop, craftspeople and makers selling their wares, and stalls piled high with antiques and curiosities for the home.
“I was taking things out of skips at one end of the street and selling it to householders at the other end of the street”
Michael Holland goes back in time with a veteran mudlarker to when woolly mammoths roamed Rotherhithe
The stunt was to raise awareness of the environmental impact of eating meat - which experts say is risking climate breakdown
'We know the vast number of amputations are preventable'
'Care is not consistently high quality in all services' - NHS England chief inspector
Shop owners are seeing booming sales of CBD products in the Southwark but a King's academic advises to be wary of some health claims.
It's more than the cheapest square on the Monopoly Board, say people proud of the iconic thoroughfare
Hearing will take place on July 17 and 18
Four desks available at 133 Rye Lane
'I’ve seen many changes happen but never felt the changes involved my opinion or ideas' - a resident instrumental in launching the new space
'I apologise Helen, but unfortunately we’re unable to provide those details'
The local contestant in the villa says he might be a cheeky chappy, but he's a romantic at heart
Ada Salter was among the many women who attended the 1919 conference demanding world-wide peace - and 100 years on it has been recreated
A barrister has warned the decision could have implications for future Bermondsey Beer Mile licensing hours
Ten per cent discount on offer at the haberdashers this weekend
Tests confirmed it was not acid
He only suffered a minor injury after scaling the Tower Bridge supports and jumping into the river below, said police
Man is safe in hospital
Faulty extension lead believed to be the cause
The terrorist attack, two years ago today, claimed the lives of eight innocent people and wounded many more
Kirsty has been dubbed 'The Angel of London Bridge' for her extreme heroism
Seven dogs from the Met and British Transport Police will get the 'animal OBE' medals
He said: "My life and career changed in a way I could never have prepared for. The events have no doubt left their mark.”
His family are said to be "increasingly concerned" for his welfare
Could be in Tulse Hill
He could be in Wembley
If you see her, call 999
Transport authorities warn motorists to expect delays in the area while Network Rail carries out the bridge repairs
The road has now reopened and police say the man safely brought down from the scaffolding
Road reopened the same day
Police have advised that people pack light and bring essential items only - no backpacks or suitcases will be allowed into the Mayor's firework display.
'Definite recipe for success' - says team captain
The event on Wednesday 29th May 2019 starts from 6:30pm
The women's team will play under the name of London City Lionesses from the end of the current season, said Millwall FC
Adrian, who grew up near Oval Cricket Ground, went on to become captain of the Chris Gayle Cricket Academy
Free garden show is looking for prize entries big and small
Stephen's doting wife Josie paid tribute to her husband, who had a "wicked sense of humour" and loved the Rolling Stones and fishing
£700,000 up for grabs
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