LAWRENCE BOOTH: This summer’s not so much a breath of fresh air as a tornado for England’s Test side

As this hilariously high-octane Test summer neared its conclusion in fading south London light, there appeared to be time for one final punchline. Never mind the ludicrous bad-light regulations that cut short... Read more »

Dulwich Hamlet confirm departure of manager Gavin Rose – South London News

Dulwich Hamlet have opted to part company with manager Gavin Rose. The National League South side broke the news on Sunday evening. Rose has taken charge of more than 550 first-team matches... Read more »

Full list of King’s proclamations in south London

King Charles III is proclaimed as the new sovereign across south London today. The UK’s longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, died at Balmoral after reigning for 70 years. She died at the age of... Read more »

Aystar & Tiny Boost Join Forces In Video For “Both Blocks”

Liverpool’s Aystar and south London’s Tiny Boost have linked up to drop “Both Blocks” alongside visuals! After Aystar kicks things off with his laid-back rap style and raw lyrics, Tiny Boost jumps... Read more »

Stormzy offers support to family of Chris Kaba during London protest

Stormzy has joined protesters to support the family of Chris Kaba, who was shot dead by armed Metropolitan Police officers in south London. he Vossi Bop singer, 29, spoke at the march... Read more »

Advantage England after a poignant day of action in south London

Ollie Robinson and Ollie Pope lifted England into a useful position in the third Test after an extraordinary, wicket-laden third day laced with poignancy at the Kia Oval. After stirring tributes before... Read more »

Bank holiday confirmed for Queen Elizabeth II funeral – South London News

A bank holiday has been confirmed by King Charles III for the day of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, which is expected to take place on Monday September 19. The date... Read more »

Oxford Street candy shops could face court action – South London News

By Hannah Neary, Local Democracy Reporter Oxford Street candy shops could face court action after raids with tax officers. Westminster City council is working with HMRC as it ramps up its crackdown against American candy... Read more »

South London councillors pay tributes to the Queen

COUNCILLORS across south London have paid their tributes after the death of the Queen. She died at the age of 96 on Thursday afternoon at her Scottish estate, where she had spent... Read more »

When the Queen came to South London – South London News

Despite living just across the river in Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II’s busy schedule meant her visits to the south of the capital were rare. But when they happened they were memorable... Read more »