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Parents who lost daughter to blood cancer fund research project

Ruby Fuller, from Herne Hill, was 17 years old when in July 2019 she was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastic non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which developed into leukaemia.

 

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Nursery where toddlers speak multiple languages praised by Ofsted

Angel Pre-School in Churchill Gardens, Pimlico was rated “outstanding” after an inspector visited in February.

    

Help for black men with prostate cancer

The Brother to Brother, Man to Man group was set up by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Cancer and the South East London Cancer Alliance

  

Council pays family £6,000 after children forced to sleep in kitchen of overcrowded home

The Local Government Ombudsman found Bromley council at fault for its handling of the situation, and failure to recognise the urgency of the family’s circumstances.

  

Life better on estate now drug dealers have moved on

People on the Aylesbury Estate in Southwark say it has never been safer as nightmare neighbours who used to cause chaos have left. 

  

Bakery slammed after mouldy stew is found in chiller

London Agege Bread Bakers Limited, in Deptford High Street, Deptford was given the worst possible rating of 0 out of 5 for food hygiene following the visit in November last year.

  

Man guilting of murdering pair who lived in same house as him

Daniel Briceno Garcia, 46, previously of Dorset Road, Vauxhall, was yesterday convicted at the Old Bailey of murdering Sonia Butron Calvi and Edgar Aguilera Daza.

  

Appeals after man is injured in Brockley shooting

Police were called at about 3:15pm on Monday, to reports of a firearm discharge on St Norbert Road, Brockley.

  

‘Manipulative sexual predator’ convicted of child abuses in Woolwich

Former Woolwich resident Robert Wain, 59, of Victoria Street, Gillingham, was convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of 35 sexual offences against children on Wednesday, May 18.

  

Street parties galore for Queen in Hammersmith and Fulham

Street parties will also pop up throughout every borough with communities coming together to celebrate the historic occasion. 

  

Surrey Quays leisure park making way for homes

Plans to bulldoze an entertainment park and replace it with hundreds of homes have been revealed.

  

Tragic outcome as missing Bexley boy is found in Sidcup woods

The Metropolitan Police said in a statement: “The male has been formally identified as 14-year-old Jamie Daniel, who had been reported missing from Bexley.” 

  

A railway fit for a Queen, as Her Majesty unveils Elizabeth line

During the Royal visit, Her Majesty officially unveiled a plaque to celebrate the completion of the line named in Her honour.

  

Ramblers will be Enabled in bid to boost health and happiness levels

The completely free programme of volunteer-led walks, takes place across Lewisham’s parks and green spaces.

  

Lambeth council leading the way on Blue Badge fraud

Blue Badges are issued to disabled drivers, but fraud is a major issue, nationwide as well as across the whole of London, where it is estimated that the value of the official document, if misused for a year, is up to £10,000. 

  

New 180 bus route expected to be jobs boom

The new route for the number 180 bus will also give greater access to the new Elizabeth line, which is about to open up faster routes between south- east and west London.

  

Romance off the menu at unclean Covent Garden restaurant

The French restaurant in Covent Garden was given a one out of five hygiene rating by Westminster City council on February 28.

  

Scouts write thank you letter to the Queen: “Dear Your Majesty, thank you very much for being our Patron”

As part of their Platinum Jubilee activities, the youngsters from the 7th Camberwell Scouts group based at The Fort in Dulwich decided to mark Thank You Day, which falls on June 5, by saying thanks to the patron of the scouts – Her Majesty the Queen!

  

Regent Street hammer attacker given 13-year jail term

Morteza Ahmadi, 39, targeted his victims in and around Regent Street on Saturday, October 1 2021 and his assaults left two with fractured sculls.

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