An emaciated poodle-cross puppy was found extremely unwell dumped by the side of a road in Eltham.
A five-month-old Chihuahua was killed by a pair of “staffies” in Crystal Palace Park before it had even learned to bark.
Politicians and campaign groups are calling for an investigation into the New Bermondsey development and Millwall Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) decision following a revelation about false funding claims.
Hundreds of thousands of rail passengers suffered a fresh bout of travel misery today because of a strike and a broken rail.
Bexley residents have been warned to take extra care after a series of indecent exposures in Abbey Wood.
Toxic air alerts have once again been issued across south London, with pollution levels in Richmond, Wimbledon and Greenwich reaching dangerous levels.
A man was sprayed in the face and eyes with a 'noxious substance' in Lewisham.
A shake-up of the MOT system is being proposed, which the government says could save motorists more than £100 million.
The mother of murdered soldier Lee Rigby said she was threatened with arrest unless she attended the appeal hearing of an internet troll who taunted her over his death.
If you want to go on a skiing holiday, you can either be herded like sheep onto a plane, packed like sardines into a family car for a long and boring drive, or you could get a train up to Scotland and sleep through the entire journey.
Sometimes the things we love hurt us the most – and that sadly could now be the case for foods such as roast potatoes, toast and chips.
Ikea have unveiled their plans to build a new store in Greenwich, bringing 500 jobs to the borough.
Five police officers were attacked while trying to break up an illegal rave in an abandoned bank in Deptford.
Thames Water have come under fire after yet another burst water pipe resulted in a “death trap” of frozen pavements and roads.
A pedestrian has died after a crar crash in Swanley.
The South London & Kent Pool Alliance returned to league action this week and Division One’s Eltham Terrace Rack Pack have confirmed Royal Oak Addicks relegation after a massive win against them.
On 12 January, Mayor John Biggs joined a Muslim Aid soup kitchen offering hot meals to 100 local homeless people in Altab Ali Park on Adler Street E1.
On Tuesday 17 January, Rt Hon David Evennett MP signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment. His message read: “we must never forget the horrors and suffering of so many”.
Culinary creative residents at a Sanctuary Care home in Erith have been getting their five-a-day with fruity smoothie sessions.