Seventh suspect arrested over murder of 17-year-old girl ‘caught in cross-fire of gang turf war’

A seventh suspect has been arrested over the murder of a 17-year-old girl thought to have been caught in the cross-fire of a gang turf war when she was gunned down in... Read more »

Katie’s up for top business in Trades & Construction award – South London News

Forest Hill-based Katie Corkill, owner of Katie Corkill Decorating, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the new category of Best Businesswoman in Trades & Construction. The Best Businesswomen Awards are designed... Read more »

Portland Hospital, where Meghan Markle and Victoria Beckham gave birth, pays out after baby’s death

Heartbroken parents who lost their baby at an exclusive private hospital when he sustained catastrophic and ‘preventable’ brain injuries have received a payout. Diane and Andreas Kolbe, from West London, paid £15,000... Read more »

Cyclist dies in crash on Highway 401 near London, Ont.

A cyclist has died after being struck on an off-ramp of eastbound Highway 401 near London, Ont. The crash occurred at 5:20 a.m. at the exit to southbound Colonel Talbot Road. “When... Read more »

One month to go until Open House London

Next month, the annual chance to see inside buildings that are not usually open to the public returns, with around 700 buildings opening up, many for the first time since the pandemic... Read more »

Labour-run council blames heatwave for suspending food and garden waste collections for a MONTH

Fury as Labour-run council blames the heatwave for suspending food and garden waste collections for a MONTH – with some residents forced to wait six weeks before ‘rotting food’ bins are taken... Read more »

Tottenham: Conte ‘banishes Ndombele, Lo Celso, Reguilon and Winks from training

Antonio Conte ‘BANISHES Spurs outcasts Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Sergio Reguilon and Harry Winks from first-team training and forces them to train on their own’ as they try to offload the... Read more »

Addicks hero on his penalty calmness and that wonder strike – South London News

By Yann Tear Aaron Henry says he was happy to step up to the plate in Charlton’s penalty shootout win – because he is so confident about his technique.  He may only... Read more »

Uber’s £5 million investment in EV chargers

M ore people than ever are making the switch to electric vehicles. Almost 90,000 EVs are on London’s roads now, with a 60 per cent increase in electric car registrations last year.... Read more »

Students’ hot air balloon artwork to take to Thamesmead skies

A 25-metre-high hot air balloon hand-stitched by needlework students will take to the skies this month as a “floating gallery”. Students of the Royal School of Needlework (RSN) in south-west London took... Read more »