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Lee killer jailed for minimum of 17 years for murdering 21-year-old wife
A Lee killer who knifed his 21-year-old wife to death before fleeing to Dover has been jailed for a minimum of 17 years today .
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News Shopper's finest staff are set to join hundreds of walkers on a magical night time walk through the striking urban landscapes of London and into the gorgeous countryside of Kent.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Cyber fraudsters convicted of banking scams in south-east London
Members of a gang who stole A 1.25million in high-tech banking scams and bought a host of luxury goods with stolen cards have pleaded guilty to fraud.
Council 'controlled' journalists on Greenwich Time 'week in, week out'
Journalists at council-owned Greenwich Time described "being controlled week in, week out" at an employment tribunal hearing yesterday .
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Rapper Green on drink-driving charge
Officers had been called to Tyrwhitt Road in Lewisham where they discovered a Mercedes car and a van had been involved in a crash.
'Unacceptable' Catford plan to knock down elderly community centre for 60 flats
Catford residents hit out at 'unacceptable' plan to knock down elderly community centre for 60 flats at Hazelhurst Court.
Hospital closure power granted
MPs have voted through a controversial measure that gives England's Health Secretary sweeping powers to close local hospitals, even if they are performing well.
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Health unions call on MPs to oppose hospital closure clause
Health unions will join campaigners today in Westminster to raise their concerns about government proposals to fast-track hospital closures through a controversial clause in the Care Bill.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Hospitals plan dangerous - Labour
Labour has criticised government plans to allow the Department of Health greater powers to close hospitals, saying they put finance, rather than patient care, "in the driving seat".
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Prefabs in peril: Britain's largest remaining estate of the postwar homes is under threat
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Feeling the strain of English on a train
It was one of those moments in British politics that we metropolitan liberals particularly enjoy.
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Udder madness? 'Secret' proposal to use Lewisham's largest park to graze cows
"Hush hush" proposals to put grazing cows in a popular park and golf course are complete and udder madness, users say.
Campaigners fear closure clause
Save the Alex campaigners Wendy Johnson, Neal Stote, Ian Johnson and Laney Walsh, urge Redditch MP Karen Lumley to vote against the hospital closure clause.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
NEWOne wheelchair user reveals how she managed to find her perfect home
Getting on to the London property ladder is a struggle but it seems almost impossible if you have a disability.
Olympic action to be shown on Blackheath big screen
A peace festival on Blackheath organised by murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen's family is under threat following objections by police, Greenwich councillors and neighbours worried about people vomiting in their gardens.
Police Taser use on children rises
Stun guns were used on nine young people in 2008 and 53 in 2013, the Children's Rights Alliance for England discovered.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Deptford Convoys Wharf consultation - time running out to respond
A consultation is underway over amended plans for the A 1bn high-rise Deptford Convoys Wharf project - but you only have until March 20 to take part.
Man found guilty of murdering wife
The Old Bailey heard that Ms Morawiec was found with multiple stab wounds in her home after she failed to turn up for a meeting with her mother in August 2013.
A Catford dispute between two men left one with a head injury and another with dog bites.
Police were called at 11.12am on March 3 to reports of an assault at Brownhill Road, near the junction with Torridon Road.
Missing Kidbrooke woman, 81, with links to Eltham, Lewisham, last seen three days ago
Indrawathy Arudsothy was visited at her home in Broad Walk on Sunday by her son but has not been seen since.