Saturday, May 27, 2017
Pictures showing the new vision for the waterfront near Nine Elms Lane; New rotating seats (called Dawn to Dusk), inset, by designer Tord Boontje, inspired by one of Turner’s favourite painting locations

Major revamp for Thames riverside

A new stretch of the Thames riverwalk has been launched along a once-industrial part of the river’s south bank. The project, led by Wandsworth council...

Greenwich Book Festival underway and Greenwich Family Arts Festival starts on...

Column by James Haddrell the artistic and executive...

Councillor Peter Brooks is the new mayor for Greenwich

  A former electrician and telephone engineer who enjoys fishing is to be the new mayor for Greenwich. Councillor Peter Brooks was officially installed as the...

Ballet and new park as Greenwich celebrates 50 year twinning with...

  Greenwich staged a UK ballet premiere to celebrate its 50 year twinning with a Slovenian town. To mark the partnership with Maribor the Slovene National...

Chris Grayling says we won’t make changes to Southeastern people don’t...

Chris Grayling the Conservatives transport secretary visited Eltham...

Woman critical after falling from a burning flat

  A woman was taken to hospital in a critical condition after she fell from a burning flat Three fire engines and around 14 fire fighters...

Joe Baden’s royal honour for project to break the class barrier

  The founder of an award-winning project to break down the class barriers into entering higher education picked up his Royal honour. Joe Baden received his...

Brockley Street Art Festival to bring 10 new murals

A FESTIVAL is to bring at least 10 new murals and for...

Haven’t you got a gnome to go to?

  A summer fayre could raise ungnome wealth when some shortish characters help out with collecting large amounts of cash on June 6. The little guys...
Trinna Carter

‘If I was on X Factor, I’d run off the stage,’ says singer Trinna

Singer-songwriter Trinna Carter, from Peckham, has a bit of work to do in the confidence department. “I’m scared of any kind of judgement,” said...

Student sentenced to 15 years for planting bomb timed to go off at Greenwich...

A student who left a home made bomb with shrapnel including ball...

We stand united: South London remembers victims of Manchester bombing – and calls for...

South London residents have rallied to remember the victims of Monday’s suicide bombing in Manchester – and to declare they will not react with...

Bumper 72-page South London Press Friday – out now!

In this week's edition: South London stands with the people of Manchester following Monday's terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena Tips for what to...

REBECCA HERBERT: Holiday stress starts before I book anything

Rebecca Herbert is a a disabled Londoner who has lived in Lambeth her whole life. She has visited many cities but truly believes London...

MEMORIES: Fortunes made speculating on the war effort

The Thorntons of Clapham were a pious, respectable lot. At Henry Thornton’s house on the West Side of the Common, the Clapham Sect gathered to...

Parents unite to oppose school cuts threat

Parents, pupils and campaigners from across Southwark will come together to fight cuts to school funding. They fear the borough's school will be badly hit...

Appeal after woman seriously injured in collision with a van in Blackheath

  Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was seriously injured when a van mounted the pavement in Blackheath. Police were called on Wednesday May...

Vigil tonight in Lewisham for victims of Manchester bomb attack

Ordinary members of the public will congregate tonight to remember the victims of Tuesday's suicide bomber in Manchester - and to declare they will...

MEMORIES: Nothing absurd about heavy industry

To most people the thought of heavy industry in London up to the turn of the 21st century might seem absurd. George England and...

LONDON SPORT

Marcus Hook’s Column: Middlesex draw proves Surrey still have a lot to learn

For Surrey, the relief of sneaking into the Royal London play-offs was soon followed by a sobering, yet honourable draw against the defending county...

Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois is too explosive for David Howe – South London heavyweight star...

Daniel "Dynamite" Dubois continued his seamless transition into the professional game as he took just 40 seconds to knock out David Howe on Saturday. The...

Long live Zaha! Palace winger Wilf signs five-year contract extension

Wilfried Zaha has signed a five-year contract extension at Crystal Palace. The news is a major boost for the managerless Eagles, with confirmation of the...

Lions release Joe Martin but offer quartet new deals

Millwall have announced that Joe Martin has been released - but Jimmy Abdou, Shaun Williams, Fred Onyedinma and Shaun Cummings have all been offered...

Charlton boss: Bradford star man will have lot of League One clubs chasing him...

Charlton boss Karl Robinson reckons Bradford winger Mark Marshall will have a clutch of clubs to choose from if he opts to leave Valley...

Charlton make offer to free agent – player looks likely to quit his club

Charlton are keen on signing Nathan Thompson - and have made a contract offer to the Swindon Town captain. The versatile 26-year-old is a free...

WHAT'S ON IN LONDON

Preview: Renowned London comedian Gina Yashere joins line-up for Underbelly Festival

Underbelly Festival will once again see some of the best comedians flocking to the capital and joining this year’s line-up will be international stand-up...

Preview: Audiences decide the fate of the accused in Terror at the Lyric Hammersmith

The Lyric Hammersmith has announced full casting for an intriguing production in which audiences decide the destiny of the leading character. Entitled Terror, audiences are...

Preview: Monster musical The Toxic Avenger returns to London

Following an acclaimed sold-out UK premiere at Southwark Playhouse the monstrous musical The Toxic Avenger will transfer to the West End. The bizarre love story...

Preview: Monster musical The Toxic Avenger returns to London

Following an acclaimed sold-out UK premiere at Southwark Playhouse the monstrous musical The Toxic Avenger will transfer to the West End. The bizarre love story...

Portobello Live festival returns to West London

For the third year running, the community festival, Portobello Live! returns to West London bringing its winning formula of music, cabaret, spoken word and...

Review: “Bawdy, bold and brash” Pam Ann: Touch Trolley Run to Galley – 20th...

2017 marks Pam Ann's 20th year in show business and the queen of the sky is currently enjoying another popular residency at the Leicester...

A Doctor Writes

As London plunges into the biggest mental health crisis that the city has ever known, top Kensington psychologist Dr Shamender Talwar – who practises across West London – has launched in this newspaper a new easy-access direct consultancy aimed at helped the tens of thousands suffering from the illness.

Dear Dr Talwar I AM at my wits’ end and frankly these days I am frequently considering ending it all. I suffered from depression some years ago but managed to come through it. Now the...
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Pictures showing the new vision for the waterfront near Nine Elms Lane; New rotating seats (called Dawn to Dusk), inset, by designer Tord Boontje, inspired by one of Turner’s favourite painting locations

Major revamp for Thames riverside

A new stretch of the Thames riverwalk has been launched along a once-industrial part of the river’s south bank. The project, led by Wandsworth council...

Greenwich Book Festival underway and Greenwich Family Arts Festival starts on Saturday

Column by James Haddrell the artistic and executive...

Councillor Peter Brooks is the new mayor for Greenwich

  A former electrician and telephone engineer who enjoys fishing is to be the new mayor for Greenwich. Councillor Peter Brooks was officially installed as the...

Ballet and new park as Greenwich celebrates 50 year twinning with Maribor

  Greenwich staged a UK ballet premiere to celebrate its 50 year twinning with a Slovenian town. To mark the partnership with Maribor the Slovene National...

Chris Grayling says we won’t make changes to Southeastern people don’t want

Chris Grayling the Conservatives transport secretary visited Eltham...

Woman critical after falling from a burning flat

  A woman was taken to hospital in a critical condition after she fell from a burning flat Three fire engines and around 14 fire fighters...

Joe Baden’s royal honour for project to break the class barrier

  The founder of an award-winning project to break down the class barriers into entering higher education picked up his Royal honour. Joe Baden received his...

Brockley Street Art Festival to bring 10 new murals

A FESTIVAL is to bring at least 10 new murals and for...

Haven’t you got a gnome to go to?

  A summer fayre could raise ungnome wealth when some shortish characters help out with collecting large amounts of cash on June 6. The little guys...
Trinna Carter

‘If I was on X Factor, I’d run off the stage,’ says singer Trinna

Singer-songwriter Trinna Carter, from Peckham, has a bit of work to do in the confidence department. “I’m scared of any kind of judgement,” said...

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