A town hall is leading the way in tackling Blue Badge fraudsters who park illegally – and is gearing up for a new blitz.
Plans to bulldoze an entertainment park and replace it with hundreds of homes have been revealed.
And a flagship festival, the Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF), returns for 17 days of music, spoken word, theatre and comedy.
There are nine pages of South London Press sport as we focus on Bromley’s FA Trophy final against Wrexham at Wembley on Saturday, and Johnnie Jackson talks about becoming the new AFC Wimbledon manager.
Joshua Buatsi and Craig Richards also talk about their all-South London light-heavyweight clash at Greenwich’s 02 Arena this weekend.
All that plus much more, including the latest things to do in South London and reviews of pubs and restaurants in your area.
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