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Grants boost Orpington and Eltham charities thanks to News Shopper
CASPA, which stands for Children on the Autism Spectrum Parents Association, had to shut down their CAPSA Bounce classes on a trampoline because of financial pressures.
LEWISHAM and Greenwich NHS Choir have 10/1 odds of nabbing Christmas no.1 according to bookies.
The group, which was formed by Gareth Malone last year as part of a BBC documentary, is releasing single A Bridge over You next Monday .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Reports of domestic violence in Bexley rise by 14 per cent over a year
The data has revealed an increase of six per cent across London in general but in certain boroughs there is a particularly alarming rise.
Lewisham is rubbish at recycling, according to new figures for London
Lewisham recycling superhero WEEE Man with children from Torridon School. Pictured L-R David Eidenas, Charlotte Chambers, Mark Masara and Ayomide Adako Lewisham was bottom of the pile of results released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs with 20 per cent of household waste sent for reuse, recycling or composting between 2012 ... (more)
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Lee Rigby murder trial: Accused pair drove through Woolwich before soldier was killed
CCTV tracked Lee Rigby's alleged murderers driving twice through Artillery Place in Woolwich shortly before the soldier was killed there, the Old Bailey heard today.
Teen jailed for role in frenzied gun and knife fight
A 16-year-old boy has been jailed for his role in an afternoon of frenzied violence in which one person was shot and two others stabbed.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Erith house blaze forces seven people to flee their homes
A HORSE was saved from a 'mare of a situation after neigh-ly drowning in an Erith brook on Thursday .
Sat Nov 30, 2013
He was arrested after a police investigation into a report of a robbery in south-east London at the start of November.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Rigby murder 'cowardly and callous'
Sketch of the two men accused of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby, Michael Adebolajo, left, and Michael Adebowale during their trial at the Old Bailey Soldier Lee Rigby was the victim of "a cowardly and callous murder" by two men who wanted witnesses to see "the consequence of their barbarous acts", a jury has heard.
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Revealed: Rangers rebels tell fans Charles Green is still involved behind the scenes at Ibrox to keep the current board in power A SUPPORTERS' meeting also heard that members of Jim McColl's shareholders' group have walked away from a bid to reclaim club after receiving threats.
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VIDEO: Lewisham People Before Profit in drag act bedroom tax protest
LEWISHAM campaigners made a song and dance about the so-called bedroom tax - handing over a petition while a man in drag performed Gloria Gaynor classic "I Will Survive".
Thu Nov 28, 2013
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Savers of South Bucks save three times as much as those in Hackney
Savers in South Buckinghamshire have the highest average savings balances in the UK at 13,429, which is three times the typical balance in Hackney, research shows.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Man finds daughter's stolen laptop at Cex in Ilford during police raid
A man was on his way to track down his daughter's stolen laptop in an Ilford shop when he found police were already raiding the business on Thursday.
Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust choir back with Christmas charity single after TV fame
LEWISHAM's choir of NHS workers are back with a Christmas charity single following last year's TV fame on Gareth Malone's show The Choir: Sing While You Work.
A protest held outside Downham Fire Station on August 27
SEVEN councils including Lewisham and Greenwich are at the High Court today for their legal battle against "flawed" cuts to the capital's fire service.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Police appeal over Catford drug dealer wanted on recall to prison
LEWISHAM police are appealing for the public's help in finding a Catford drug dealer who is wanted on recall to prison.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
NEWKilled for wetting the bed: Uncle jailed for brutal attack
An uncle who battered his three-year-old nephew to death for wetting the bed has been jailed for life and told he will spend at least 17 years in prison.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
New Homes Build Britain's Recovery
New figures show that government action is getting Britain building again, Housing Minister Kris Hopkins confirmed today .
Is anti-fascism being criminalised?
An activist comments on the implications of recent arrests of anti-fascists at demonstrations opposing the English Defence League and the British National Party.
Teenager spots stolen laptop in shop
Humaairah Jama, 18, glanced into the window of Cex, in High Street, Ilford, when she noticed a MacBook Pro identical to the one taken by burglars who broke into her home on Sunday.