South and west London councils have been listed among the worst landlords in England for dealing with damp and mould.
Two schoolboys have given up their free time to hug 100 trees and raise almost £1,000 to stop deforestation.
And Bromley residents are growing increasingly frustrated as the row over the “filthy” and “rotten” Crystal Palace Park toilets continue.
And there are 10 pages of South London Press sport, including Johnnie Jackson’s reaction to Deji Elerewe signing a new long-term contract at Charlton, we’ve got reaction to Millwall’s midweek win over Reading and an exclusive interview with AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Nik Tzanev.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets!
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