A 97-year-old widow has been told to cough up £66,000 for repairs to her home.
The mother of Sasha Johnson, the Black Lives Matter activist who was shot two weeks ago at a house party in Southwark, has urged anyone who has information about the incident to come forward.
And a nine-year-old girl has raised more than £200 for the RSPCA after making crafts and donating her toys to help animals in need.
In sport we take a look at the players and coaches with South London connections – present and past – at the European Championships, which starts tomorrow.
Alex Mitchell also reveals two reasons why his move to Millwall didn’t happen, as well as an exclusive chat with former Charlton goalkeeper Graham Tutt on the horror injury which ended his playing days in England.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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