Thursday, March 30, 2017

Photo-documentary on London life called ‘Chandra’s London’ to open tomorrow

The latest installation of the photodocumentary ‘Chandra’s London’, a visual story of the city and the many different people who live and work in...

Deep Into Soul honks its birthday horn at Brixton’s Prince of...

From summer daytime parties to packed Saturday night events at Brixton’s Prince Of Wales hotspot, Deep Into Soul honks its birthday horn loud n’...

Twenty-five new affordable homes completed in Brixton, for local residents

Twenty-five new affordable homes have been completed at Wynne Road in Brixton. as part of the council’s Your New Town Hall project. The Wynne Road...

Unemployed “could lose benefit” as a result of job centre closures

Campaigners have claimed the unemployed are being "sentenced to starve" amid proposals to close more local job centres. The closure of Brixton, Clapham, Wandsworth and...

Woman treated at the scene after garden bonfire blazed out of...

A woman had to receive help from paramedics after a bonfire went out of control on Monday afternoon. She was treated for smoke inhalation on...

Boxer McKenzie to help raise money for Cancer Research at gym...

Former British and European Boxing Champion Clinton McKenzie will join a 12-hour charity cyclathon tomorrow. The ex-light welterweight will join fundraisers for a series of spin sessions...

Search for man who tried to assault teenage girls on bus

Detectives have released CCTV footage of a man they wish to speak to in connection with an attempted sexual assault in Lambeth. The incident occurred...

Gold medal-winning diver who made the plunge into casting

Chris Snode used to be one of the biggest names in world diving, long before Tom Daly was a twinkle in his dad's eye. So...

Drug dealer admits supplying serial killer Stephen Port

A man who supplied drugs to serial killer Stephen Port has admitted offences in court. Gerald Matovu, 23, of Great Guildford Street, Southwark, today pleaded...

UPDATE: Murder probe launched after ‘brutal attack’ on a young man, near Prince George’s...

A murder investigation has been launched after a fatal stabbing of a 21-year-old - less than 400 yards from where Prince George is set to...

Children’s safety fears from luxury basement works by Blackheath quarry wall

  PARENTS claim the construction of home and luxury basement close to a quarry wall inches from...
George Inn

Can you believe the Tales?

Two weeks ago I discussed The Pilgrims’ Way, which connects London and Winchester with Canterbury. This time I’m looking at the inn where Geoffrey...

Chelsea’s Cahill ready for Crystal Palace challenge

Gary Cahill is sure that his Chelsea side are fully prepared and ready for the home stretch they are entering, and that it will...
Users of Mawbey Health Centre in Stockwell with their produce

Patients prove that allot of food helps with their well-being

Patients have been finding that working on an allotment can be good for their well-being and it’s hoped that the food produced could find...

Beware of fake fundraiser collecting for charity hunting the M25 Cat Killer

A fake door-to-door fundraiser is reportedly knocking on homes claiming to be raising money for the animal charity hunting the M25 Cat Killer. South Norwood...

Shocking state of dog found wandering the streets

The state of an emaciated dog found wandering the streets has shocked workers at Battersea Dogs and Cats home. The mongrel, called Stewart by workers...
Ron Harris

COMPETITION: Win tickets to join Ron Harris in Chelsea Legends Tour of Stamford Bridge

Would you like to go on a tour of Stamford Bridge with Chelsea legend Ron Harris as your guide? Well, LWN Sport has teamed up...

Three Lions take three points in sluggish World Cup qualifier

England skipper Gary Cahill missed the 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Lithuania at Wembley tonight due to suspension. His inspirational, albeit quiet command of...

Woolwich teen chosen to perform poem at record breaking mental health lesson

  A WOOLWICH teen was chosen to perform his poignant poem at the high profile Guinness world record attempt for the largest mental health lesson. Samuel...

LONDON SPORT

Charlton star issues warning: Every player is fighting for their Valley futures

Jason Pearce has warned that all of the Charlton Athletic squad need to prove they can be part of boss Karl Robinson's plans for...

Millwall boss Neil Harris: No kneejerk decisions for Sheffield United test

Neil Harris is making no kneejerk decisions after Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Swindon Town - but admits it has put extra pressure on Millwall...

Karl Robinson: Pre-season training camp in Ireland will gear Charlton up for a successful...

Charlton will spend the start of pre-season in Ireland - with boss Karl Robinson believing his approach will get results. The Addicks are going to...

Toothless Dons go down with a whimper against Southend United

Flat, abject and embarrassing – these were some of the words used by Dons boss Neal Ardley to describe his side, as they followed...

Striker boost for Charlton Athletic ahead of Peterborough United trip

Charlton striker Josh Magennis and centre-back Jason Pearce are set to be available for Saturday's match at Peterborough United. The Addicks have had a fortnight...

Dons motor past safety target but Ardley did not enjoy end-to-end spectacle

Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley praised his players for taking their chances against 10-man Rochdale but admitted a ding-dong 3-1 victory was a little too end-to-end...

WHAT'S ON IN LONDON

Preview: Anne Reid and James Bolam will star in provocative comedy Fracked! Or: Please...

Following an acclaimed, sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, Fracked! Or: Please Don’t Use the F-Word will embark on a UK tour and play at...

Preview: Brand new one-man musical The Superhero is first ever at Southwark Playhouse Little...

Southwark Playhouse will host the world premiere of a brand new one-man musical later this year, the first ever musical to be performed in...

Preview: After success at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Love in Idleness transfers to the...

Following director Trevor Nunn’s triumphant return to the Menier Chocolate Factory, the critically acclaimed production of Terence Rattigan’s Love in Idleness will transfer to...

Preview: After success at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Love in Idleness transfers to the...

Following director Trevor Nunn’s triumphant return to the Menier Chocolate Factory, the critically acclaimed production of Terence Rattigan’s Love in Idleness will transfer to...

Rock stars back the cause as Musicians Against Homelessness launch their 2017 campaign

MUSICIANS Against Homelessness (MAH) this week launch their 2017 campaign to raise money for the homeless charity Crisis. Rock and pop stars including Shaun Ryder...

Interview: Jay Taylor talks to us about his latest role in 70s coming-of-age play...

Audiences at Trafalgar Studios will be transported back to the 1970s next month when 46 Beacon, a coming-of-age and coming-out play, will be performed...

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UPDATE: An Evening with Take That will air on ITV on 8th April

In a TV exclusive, one of the biggest bands on the planet will invite viewers to join them in "Wonderland" for 'An Evening with...

Photo-documentary on London life called ‘Chandra’s London’ to open tomorrow

The latest installation of the photodocumentary ‘Chandra’s London’, a visual story of the city and the many different people who live and work in...

Deep Into Soul honks its birthday horn at Brixton’s Prince of Wales

From summer daytime parties to packed Saturday night events at Brixton’s Prince Of Wales hotspot, Deep Into Soul honks its birthday horn loud n’...

Twenty-five new affordable homes completed in Brixton, for local residents

Twenty-five new affordable homes have been completed at Wynne Road in Brixton. as part of the council’s Your New Town Hall project. The Wynne Road...

Unemployed “could lose benefit” as a result of job centre closures

Campaigners have claimed the unemployed are being "sentenced to starve" amid proposals to close more local job centres. The closure of Brixton, Clapham, Wandsworth and...

Preview: Sherlock’s Andrew Scott will star in West End transfer of Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Following a highly acclaimed sell out run at the Almeida Theatre, Hamlet starring Sherlock’s Andrew Scott will receive a West End transfer later this...

Woman treated at the scene after garden bonfire blazed out of control

A woman had to receive help from paramedics after a bonfire went out of control on Monday afternoon. She was treated for smoke inhalation on...

Boxer McKenzie to help raise money for Cancer Research at gym cyclathon

Former British and European Boxing Champion Clinton McKenzie will join a 12-hour charity cyclathon tomorrow. The ex-light welterweight will join fundraisers for a series of spin sessions...

Search for man who tried to assault teenage girls on bus

Detectives have released CCTV footage of a man they wish to speak to in connection with an attempted sexual assault in Lambeth. The incident occurred...

Millwall boss reveals reasons why Sheffield United and Bolton will be promoted

Millwall boss Neil Harris reckons set-pieces were his side's downfall in tonight's 2-0 defeat to Sheffield United. And the Lions chief also said that was...

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