The former police officer who kidnapped then raped and murdered Sarah Everard will die in prison after being given a whole-life sentence at the Old Bailey yesterday.
Hundreds of people joined a vigil for Catford teacher Sabina Nessa who was killed as she walked to a pub in Kidbrooke – and hundreds more have joined them in similar events throughout the country.
And double Tokyo 2020 Paralympic medallist Oliver Lam-Watson wants to leave a legacy that lasts long after his sporting career has finished by offering children with disabilities the opportunity he never had.
We have 11 packed pages of South London Press sport including rounding up all the midweek football action. Millwall’s Alex Mitchell talks about his dream start to life on loan at Leyton Orient and Dons head coach Mark Robinson wants a key man signed up for next season.
All that plus, food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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