Millwall fans have called for the club to build a statue or rename The Den after owner John Berylson, who tragically died in a road accident this week.
Three people have been convicted for their part in the murder of teenager Jeremiah Sewell who was stabbed in the neck in a brutal attack.
And a gardening company who won a silver medal at the Chelsea Flower Show this year with a reading garden for a charity have now installed it at a community centre in Brixton.
We have 11 pages of South London sport, including tributes from David Forde and Jed Wallace after the tragic passing of Millwall owner John Berylson.
There is also an exclusive interview with Charlton Athletic defender Michael Hector – plus coverage of the first week of Wimbledon.
And we have all the latest things to do in the capital, plus reviews and previews of shows and exhibitions in our Talk of the Town Section.
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