Businesses fear they are being forced out after a new landlord purchased the land they trade on and hiked up their rent.
Windrush Day was marked by a statue unveiling in Waterloo – but also shunned by at least one group of families who do not see it as a cause for celebration.
And a man has been jailed for 26 years for historic sexual abuse offences against two children.
There are 11 pages of South London Press sport with all the latest on Millwall’s busy week of transfers – including an exclusive interview with club record signing Zian Flemming.
And we have caught up with Charlton Athletic new boy Conor McGrandles, as well as getting reaction to Crystal Palace landing Bermondsey-raised Malcolm Ebiowei.
There is also extensive coverage of the first week of tennis action at Wimbledon.
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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