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Paul Kohler is still receiving treatment for facial injuries and bruising three months on.
Thugs who beat a man to death in a vicious assault at a community centre have been sentenced for their part in the attack.
Halloween is upon us again and even the squirrels are in on it.
Firefighters in England have announced a four-day strike.
How many burglaries have there been where you live?
Trains are not stopping at stations between Crystal Palace and Balham via Streatham Hill after a person was hit by a train earlier this afternoon.
The comedian recounted his journey from Morden Hall Road to a job at Tooting Employment Office and two years' of fish paste sandwiches in a Streatham bedsit while he climbed the comedy ladder.
Poll: NHS workers were striking this morning between 7am and 11am over a national pay dispute. Were they in the right?
The bereaved family of a brave surgeon who died in a Syrian jail hope that the truth comes out and justice is done at his inquest which starts today.
A mother campaigning against youth-on-youth violence following her son's murder outside Streatham ice rink seven years ago has been nominated for an international award.
Our readers have backed last night’s Scottish referendum poll saying the country should stay in the United Kingdom.
Two teenage boys have been charged with a number of robberies and the theft of moped.
Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A family is trying to trace a man who broke down their door and evacuated their block of flats after a fire broke out destroying their home.
London Fire Brigade is dealing with a flat fire in Fayland Avenue, on the border of Streatham and Wandsworth.
Drunken yobs will be forced to stay sober and made to wear so-called ‘sobriety tags’ in a scheme unveiled by Boris Johnson in Croydon this morning.
The brutality of war has been given a human face at long last in the £40m revamped Imperial War Museum (IWM).
Police have said they are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 8-year-old girl from Streatham.
Police constables in London will be recruited exclusively from people who live in the capital, it has been announced today.
More pedestrian crossings will get "how-long-have-I-got?" countdown signs as part of a new safety action plan for London's roads.
A beaming crystal knob sent a bedroom up in flames after the sun refracted through it.
Red, white and blue proved to be popular colours for attire at this year’s Ladies’ Day at Sandown Park.
Neil Tennant sent the union a picture of him holding up a poster that said ‘Lambeth UCU: Your fight is our fight.’
A Clapham care home commemorated the centenary of World War I with a flag bearing and afternoon of entertainment.
Clapham Junction station entrances have been closed due to overcrowding.
A kitten had to be put down after suffering a horrific slice wound to its stomach.
Tonight is the night when some believe the spirits of the dead rise up.
A surgeon who was found dead in a Syrian prison was unlawfully killed, a jury has found.
Streatham and Clapham High School was transformed into a conference centre to welcome Robert Winston and the Duke of York.
Claims that MI6 "did not want" a doctor returned from a Syrian jail to the UK has emerged at an inquest into his death.
As a resident of Streatham, I’m concerned about the lack of serious local debate on the homes we need in our community when there’s clearly a big problem.
A British doctor who was tortured and died in Syria told his mother life in a notorious prison was like being in a "living grave", his inquest heard today.
A fearless mother has told of her journey to Syria in a desperate bid to rescue her son from prison where he later died, his inquest heard today.
Thugs who viciously assaulted a father-of-two in an attack from which he never recovered have been found guilty of killing him.
The friend of an "intelligent and gentlemanly" father missing from Ewell has said he is very concerned by his out-of-character disappearance.
People in Scotland will have their say today. But what do you think? Should they stay or should they go?
London’s most talented teenage journalists received awards at a special ceremony in July.
Dawid Tychon, 29, of Ellison Road, Streatham, was remanded in custody at Kingston Crown Court for a hearing in November.
A flat is badly damaged after a blaze yesterday afternoon.
Anyone who submitted a blood sample before yesterday's theft, at any one of nine south west London surgeries, or Croydon Hospital, could be affected.
A dog walker has expressed his outrage after witnessing a man punch a woman in the face on Tooting Common.
The Government's public health service has issued a heatwave warning as temperatures creep towards the 30 degrees Celsius mark in London and Surrey this week.
A 41-year-old man who exposed himself in Mitcham has been released on bail.
Police in Lambeth are appealing for witnesses and information after a serious assault on two men in Streatham.
The former headmaster of a prep school attended by London mayor Boris Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of historic sex assaults.
A five-year-old little girl made a big decision to cut off her hair for children who have lost theirs through cancer treatment.
London's buses are no longer accepting cash as part of a raft of reforms.
Revellers shunned the mud of Glastonbury in favour of four days of fun at the Crystal Palace Overground Festival.
An unveiling of one of the biggest regeneration projects in Europe, due to transform a corner of the borough, produced mixed feelings from residents.
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