Tributes have poured in for three generations of the same family killed in a house fire.
A 14-year-old boy who died of stab wounds at a South London hospital last week has been named as Jermaine Cools, from Croydon.
And a restaurant will be rolling in dough after being named the best pizza in the country.
Also we’ve got 10 pages of South London Press sport with two exclusive interviews with goalkeepers – Millwall number one Bart Bialkowski and Charlton’s Stephen Henderson.
Dan Csoka talks about his battle to win back his starting spot at AFC Wimbledon and we’ve got analysis and reaction from all of the midweek football action.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets!
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