More than 500 schools in South London are in areas where the level of air pollution is higher than the World Health Organisation’s recommended levels.
A report into one of South London’s biggest unsolved murders has accused the Metropolitan Police of “concealing or denying failings” and of “institutional corruption”.
And children in East Dulwich are going dotty over new artwork that has appeared on the road.
We also have 10 pages of South London Press sport, including Ray Lewington’s first interview since leaving Crystal Palace, and Alan Curbishley – who has had a stand named in his honour at The Valley – explains the secrets behind his success when he was Charlton Athletic boss.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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