Articles by Sabrina Johnson

Tackling the scourge of rogue landlords

Thousands of tenants across South London are living in dangerous accommodation managed by hundreds of rogue landlords A Freedom of Information request sent to London’s 32 boroughs has revealed that within the past year Southwark…


Rising rents force family out of shop

BY SABRINA JOHNSON shuz@slpmedia.co.uk Rising rents have forced a family-owned Dulwich newsagents to close after more than 30 years of trading. Niyan Patel 56, and his wife Chetna Patel, 51, opened Yogi News in Bellenden…


Driverless car research on roads

BY SABRINA JOHNSON toby.porter@slp.co.uk Roads full of driverless cars are one step closer thanks to some ground-breaking research. A research consortium has just completed phase one of a three-year  project to accelerate the development of…


Hospital to hold open day to get more into work

BY SABRINA JOHNSON toby.porter@slp.co.uk The theatres department at University Hospital Lewisham is holding a recruitment open day on Saturday, November 4. Some of the jobs available require no previous experience, and the hospital is inviting…


‘After the dark comes the light’

Cancer survivor Lorraine is now an avid fundraiser to fight the disease A woman, who heard the news that so many dread, that they have breast cancer is today working hard to raise public awareness…