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Parents' anger at academies' silence over a 'pounds 2m fraud':...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Parents of pupils attending a chain of three academies championed by education secretary Michael Gove and founded by his former schools commissioner have been told not to talk to the media about a pounds 2m fraud to which it has allegedly fallen victim.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Gang members 'left in rivals' areas'
The Metropolitan Police is facing allegations that it is putting gang members in danger by dropping them off in their rivals' territory.
Number of Lewisham burglaries in June was 'lowest since current records began'
There were 166 burglary offences reported to Lewisham Police last month making it the lowest since current records started in April 1997.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Public sector workers strike across News Shopper's patch
Schools across News Shopper's patch are closed or disrupted today as teachers join council workers and firefighters for a national strike.
12 historic photos from the sky show how Lewisham and Greenwich have changed
These dozen historic pictures of Lewisham and Greenwich from the sky give a glimpse into how much the boroughs have changed over the years.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Kent County Council still concerned over out-of-county children at...
Social services chiefs have renewed their call on the government to do more to limit the number of vulnerable children being places in Kent by other councils.
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Jail for 'evil' gun-wielding brothers who raped and robbed Lewisham women
A pair of "evil" gun-wielding brothers who raped and robbed two Lewisham women in a "reign of terror" have been jailed for a total of 42 years.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
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Parents gagged over 914,000 fraud at New Cross, Downham, Crayford academy federation
Police are investigating an "appalling" seven-year fraud worth around A 914,000 at a top federation of schools, it has finally been admitted - but parents have been gagged from talking about it.
Pair of peregrine falcons set up home at Greenwich clocktower
A pair of peregrine falcons have set up home at Greenwich's landmark clocktower - but snap-happy birdspotters are being urged to keep away.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Things To Do In London: Monday 7 July 2014
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Thu Jul 03, 2014
Save Lewisham Hospital campaigners call for positive stories of patient care
Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign has teamed with Lewisham Healthwatch to research examples of excellent community care with the aim of supporting care in and out of hospital in the borough.
Thieves steal 700 worth of supplies from Lewisham foodbank
Heartless thieves swiped A 700 worth of supplies from a Lewisham foodbank - but a children's charity has stepped in to replace the goods.
Property news roundup: How many houses does A 1 billion buy you in Britain?
Alex Johnson has been part of The Independent's online team since 2007. He has been writing about microarchitecture on his internationally-acclaimed Shedworking blog since 2006 and is the author of Shedworking: The Alternative Workplace Revolution.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Lenny Henry rehearses new play with Woolwich Poltechnic School students
A Thamesmead secondary school has been chosen as one of 32 schools across England to help lead national changes in maths teaching.
5 faces of Lewisham Police's most wanted men and woman
Lewisham Police have revealed the mug shots of four men and a woman who top their most wanted list this week.
Met Police launches road safety operation with 2,500 officers
Two Lewisham women were raped at gunpoint after a pair of brothers stormed their flat before escaping with cash and computers, the Old Bailey has heard.
Drunks in Lewisham and Greenwich cost ambulance service a total 422,000 in one year
New figures might leave you reeling after it was revealed Lewisham's drunks cost London's Ambulance Service around A 219k in just one year.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Brockley infant school goes dotty for Demelza hospice
Staff and pupils at Stillness Infant School, in Brockley Rise, dressed in dots, held a bake sale and coffee morning and displayed a dotty art gallery for Demelza Hospice Care in Wensley Close.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Foodbank use up by a staggering 500% in Lewisham and Greenwich
Thousands of Lewisham and Greenwich people are relying on foodbanks to feed their families as shock new figures show a staggering 500 per cent increase in their use over the past year.
Search for families of World War One fallen soldiers for Lewisham police plaque ceremony
As the centenary of the outbreak of World War One approaches, one Lewisham police officer is on a quest to remember fallen local heroes.