Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Success of shopping centre pop up offering skills to young unemployed

  THE SUCCESS of a youth unemployment charity and street wear retailer is to be celebrated with a graduation ceremony and exhibition. Lewisham Shopping Centre is...

Police cuts will put Londoners’ safety at risk, says Mayor

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has warned that further cuts to police budgets would pose a serious risk to safety on the streets. He said it...

Power Football teen selected to train for England raising funds for...

  A TEENAGER with cerebral palsy who has wanted to play power football for England since he was six has been scouted to train with...

London’s youth services ‘slashed by £22m in last five years’

Investing in London’s underfunded youth services could help to tackle knife crime and keep kids away from gangs, according to a new report. Official figures...

100 day countdown to Greenwich Tall Ships festival

  THE countdown has begun for an event which is to bring spectacular sights to Greenwich riverside and give people the chance to crew a...
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Garage North show they are great sports

Historic garage business Clapham North has tied up a deal to be the official support sponsor of the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 SuperCup supplying .OT...

People will be able to get close up to multi million...

  PEOPLE will be able to get up close to see a multi million revamp of an attraction described as the “Sistine Chapel of the...
Stanley Visser

Teen driver who hit three cars fleeing cops given two-year ban

A teenager who crashed into three vehicles while trying to escape police has been banned from driving for two years. Stanley Visser, 18, of Keightley...

Should a 100-year-old Plumstead girls school now accept boys to meet need for places?

  A HEADTEACHER is urging people to give views on proposals for a 100 year old girls secondary to start offering places to boys. Plumstead Manor...

Empty garages reveal ‘wasted opportunity’ to build homes

More than 16,000 new homes could be built across London on land occupied by unused or rundown garages owned by councils, according to new...

Cocktail tribute to George Michael raises £400 for Mind

  A TRIBUTE to George Michael at a cocktail bar raised £400 for a charity which supports those with mental health issues. Debika Cutts, who has...

Attacker made homophobic remarks before allegedly robbing woman

  Detectives in Lambeth Borough are appealing for witnesses and information following the robbery of a woman in Denmark Hill. The incident happened at some point...

Southern under fire over plan to hire 200 new train drivers

Troubled rail operator Southern has been slammed by Britain's biggest train union for trying to hire new drivers - because their current ones keep going...

Funeral of local historian Stephen Humphrey at St George’s Cathedral

The funeral of Southwark and London local historian Stephen Humphrey is at 10 am this Thursday 19th January at St. George's Roman Catholic Cathedral,...

Student’s search for station hero who paid her £150 train fare

A London student is desperately trying to find the kind stranger who forked out more than £150 for her train fare when she lost...

Injured footballer Alli thanks supporters for their help

By Costas Mourselas An injured footballer has expressed his sincere thanks to those that have supported him over the past two months. Peckham Town midfielder Alli...

Views to take away the blues

The View from The Shard has started to release 2,017 exclusive discounted Love London passes priced at £20.17 –normal price is £25.95 per annum...

Campaigners to the rescue for foodbank

Protesters have said they will occupy a community centre until its future is secure – and that of the foodbank who serve meals there. Campaigners...

Is Sherlock at the end of the road? He was if you were in...

His idea of a good time is analysing a crime scene. And the single-minded Sherlock Holmes has been sniffing around South London in the latest...

LONDON SPORT

Millwall boss Harris: We got break with Charlton goal not standing but we could...

Neil Harris has admitted that Millwall got the rub of the green on one big refereeing decision on Saturday - but felt Charlton were...

Charlton’s Jorge Teixeira an “absolute gent” – but fine still heading his way for...

Jorge Teixeira will be fined for his sending off in Saturday’s derby stalemate - even though Charlton boss Karl Robinson described the centre-back as “an...

Crystal Palace may do transfer deals for targets based on video analysis – not...

Sam Allardyce has admitted that Crystal Palace might make signings based off video analysis and not exhaustive scouting in this transfer window. The Eagles chief...

Karl Robinson answers question about absence of Charlton striker Nicky Ajose

Nicky Ajose did not even make the bench for Charlton’s game against Millwall - fuelling rumours he could be on the move. It is the...

Tony Craig: Settled side paying off for Millwall as they enjoy away clean sheet

Millwall kept a first clean sheet on the road since April 2 - and captain Tony Craig reckons a settled side is helping add...

West Ham 3 Crystal Palace 0 – Few positives for Eagles even before they...

“We were really the better team in the first half, the best chances missed. In fact West Ham only had one effort at goal...

WHAT'S ON IN LONDON

Old Sole Theatre Company bring some gospel to The Vaults Festival

Old Sole Theatre Company is bringing some gospel sounds to The Vaults Festival at Waterloo next month when they present their take on The...

A powerful and highly charged emotional journey for theatregoers: The Kite Runner, Wyndham’s Theatre

Adapting a best selling novel for the stage is a brave move, particularly when it also follows a hit film, but Matter Spangler has...

Comedy hero Omid Djalili turns ‘schmuck’ for a night at the Empire

“The guy on before me was an ‘alternative ventriloquist’ who drank beer while working the puppet’s mouth, he got booze everywhere,” says comedian Omid...

Comedy hero Omid Djalili turns ‘schmuck’ for a night at the Empire

“The guy on before me was an ‘alternative ventriloquist’ who drank beer while working the puppet’s mouth, he got booze everywhere,” says comedian Omid...

A theatrical spectacular that is not to be missed: Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna at...

I’ve heard great things about Cirque du Soleil, but the return of their celebrated show Amaluna marked my first experience of the famed circus...

Encapsulates the pessimistic British sense of humour: BU21 at Trafalgar Studios

A play about a terrorist attack in London, might not be everyone's idea of an entertaining evening out at the theatre, but Stuart Slade...

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Success of shopping centre pop up offering skills to young unemployed

  THE SUCCESS of a youth unemployment charity and street wear retailer is to be celebrated with a graduation ceremony and exhibition. Lewisham Shopping Centre is...

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Saturday's 3-0 loss at West Ham may not have been the perfect debut for Crystal Palace new signing Jeffrey Schlupp but the left-sided addition says he...

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Police cuts will put Londoners’ safety at risk, says Mayor

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has warned that further cuts to police budgets would pose a serious risk to safety on the streets. He said it...

Testosterone filled physical theatre horror: All-male production of A Clockwork Orange returns to London

Action To The Word’s award-winning all-male production of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange, directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones, will return to London following its acclaimed...

Charlton striker Josh Magennis facing a month on the sidelines

Charlton striker Josh Magennis is set to be missing for a month with the injury he sustained in Saturday's derby stalemate with Millwall. It is...

Power Football teen selected to train for England raising funds for elite wheelchair

  A TEENAGER with cerebral palsy who has wanted to play power football for England since he was six has been scouted to train with...

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