Thursday, April 27, 2017

Southwark

Man arrested near Parliament on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon and preparation and...

A man has been arrested in Whitehall this afternoon, at approximately 2.22pm, following a stop and search as part of an ongoing operation. The man...

Car driver dies in road collision near Rotherhithe Tube station

The driver of a car in a collision with a van died at the scene this morning. Paramedics and officers were called to Brunel Road,...

Shock as Southwark given permission to go ahead with trying to seize Aylesbury Estate...

The government has reversed its decision to block the flattening of the Aylesbury Estate, after increased offers were made to the seven property owners...

Police appeal to find missing Precious

Police in Lambeth borough are appealing to trace a missing teenage girl. Precious Myles, 16, was last seen on Thursday, March 30, at her home...

Comedy and how to survive it – from the front line of the stand-up...

Ever wondered how and, more importantly, WHY someone would try Stand Up Comedy? Aspiring multi-talented Bermondsey comic, Lizzie Hopley, is not only doing it,...

Spectator guide for the London Marathon in South London

  ONE of the capital's most heart warming, inspiring and colourful events is to once again bring a throng of thousands pounding the streets through...

Medics and supporters praise for saving the life of fan at crunch match

A Millwall football fan who had a seizure and a heart attack as he watched his heroes win a crucial game is recovering slowly...

Peace concert and memorial for PC Keith Palmer

A peace rally has been organised by humanitarian groups in an attempt to build unity amongst the diverse people of London. The event which will...

Simon Hughes bidding to win Bermondsey and Old Southwark seat back in General Election

Simon Hughes, the former Liberal Democrat MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark, will be fighting to win his old seat back from Labour’s Neil...

Alana is building a new image for the construction industry

By Frederica Miller Chippies and builders are not all burly, grime-covered men in hard hats. But Alana Madden, a cabinet maker and joinery student, is sawing away...

Last chance to express your views on Bakerloo Line extension

Residents living along the route of a planned Tube line extension have a last chance to make their voices heard in a public consultation which closes...

Police remind public to remain vigilant as millions expected to support London Marathon runners

Police are reminding the public to remain vigilant and keep their possessions safe as millions prepare to attend the London Marathon in support of...

Desperate plea to raise money for a new kidney for Charles

A family is battling to raise £35,000 for a life-saving kidney transplant for a desperately ill relative. Charles Awil Olara, pictured, has been diagnosed with...

Medal-winning swimmer returns to her roots to pass on the torch

A former international sportswoman is returning to her South London roots to pass on her skills to a new generation. Team GB's European and Commonwealth...

Detectives appeal after Catford teenager is murdered in Kidbrooke

Detectives are continuing to appeal for information and witnesses after a teenager was murdered in Kidbrooke. The 19-year-old victim has been formally identified as Jordan...

Police appeal to find missing Dulwich schoolgirl

Police in Southwark are appealing for the public's help to find a missing 14-year-old-girl from Dulwich. Ellis Stennett was last seen at 16:20hrs on Tuesday,...

New Met chief at Lewisham Police Station this morning

  The new Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has begun her first week in office by visiting various London boroughs and meeting as many of...

St George’s Day celebrations announced by London Mayor Sadiq Khan

The Cross of St George has been raised outside City Hall from today in celebration of English history and culture as the final preparations...

Jeremy Corbyn welcomes decision to hold snap general election on June 8

Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party, has welcomed Theresa May's decision to hold a snap election on June 8, which was announced...

Bishop’s Easter Message

On Monday the body of PC Keith Palmer was brought to Southwark Cathedral for the very moving funeral service which was attended by his...

Pheasant at home in Peck-ham

Pheasants have been spotted slumming it in South London. And it’s not a late April Fool, even though they have appeared in the most obvious...

Exotic and exciting – Zippos circus is in town

By Hannah Walker Exotic, fast-paced and jaw-dropping – Zippos circus is in town. The big top extravaganza has returned to South London with one of the...

Easter fun at Elephant and Castle shopping centre

Elephant and Castle Shopping centre will be hosting two days of family-fun Easter events to help keep children entertained over the Easter holidays. On 14...

CBBC presenter to star in show to launch Sydenham theatre space

  A RETELLING of a children's classic by Sydenham's theatrical brothers starring a CBBC presenter is to launch a new theatre space. The new musical adaptation...

Witnesses urged to come forward after Tulse Hill shooting at the weekend

WITNESSES to a shooting in Tulse Hill at the weekend are being asked to come forward by police. On Saturday evening, paramedics were called...

Hodge tells London Mayor that Garden Bridge project should be scrapped

The Garden Bridge project, to construct a new crossing of the Thames to the South Bank should be scrapped, a review has found. Dame Margaret...
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