EXCLUSIVE: Family’s harrowing ordeal over Norbury grave brings back trauma of children’s deaths

A grandmother’s coffin has been shattered and one of her murdered grandchildren’s remains allegedly lost by a funeral firm. The incident has heaped misery upon Mary Adekoya, who had hoped to unite her mum, Judith, and her tragic children in one grave at South London Crematorium in Streatham Vale.

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Mayor of London pledges further £1.3 million for creative businesses in Croydon, Lambeth and Lewisham

Creative businesses in Croydon, Lambeth and Lewisham are set to benefit from a further £1.3 million of funding from City Hall’s Creative Enterprise Zones scheme. The three boroughs were some of the first to benefit from the scheme when it launched in 2018 as a means of providing workspaces, skills training and employment support to those in the creative industries.

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Motorists asked for proof of address to drive down own street

Motorists in Crystal Palace will have to show a utility bill to drive into their own street as Wireless Festival descends on the area. A total of 20 roads will be closed off this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (September 10-12). But residents can only drive to their own homes by showing a utility bill – or another document with their name and address on.

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Croydon councillors demand to see missing documents relating to wiped £69 million loan

A Croydon councillor has raised concerns about missing documents relating to the multi-million pound refurbishment of Fairfield Halls, which was carried out by council-owned developer Brick by Brick. At a meeting this week, Councillor Robert Ward told his colleagues that there had “been a history” of documents relating to the refurbishment not being provided.

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