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Boy, 17, stabbed in daylight in Loughborough Park Brixton

A 17-year-old boy was rushed to hospital after a stabbing in a park.

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Paul McKenna: Unlock A-game and your change life in minutes

The TV hypnotist Paul McKenna has revealed a 'life-changing' trick from his upcoming tour.

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The Newham basketball club working to tackle knife crime

We hear more from the stories behind Beckton basketball club The Newham All Star Sports Academy and its work with the Met Police to tackle knife crime.

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London's teen murders blamed on cuts and 'poverty of hope'

London MPs have weighed in on the reasons behind youth violence in the capital, with Labour blaming government cuts.

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How often should I replace the boiler? 7 signs to look for

How often you should be replacing your boiler and seven signs to look for that mean you're due an upgrade.

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Glenister Park Road Streatham fire: Second murder arrest

A second person has been arrested on suspicion of murder in relation to a fatal house fire in Streatham.

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Welsh Harp reservoir in Great British spring clean

The Great British Spring Clean is being launched in a week-long campaign from March 15 to collect litter from our streets and parks to help save the environment.

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Mum of murdered Willesden teen saddened by killings in 2023

Lillian Serunkuma's son Quamari was stabbed to death as he left his school in Willesden 2017. She has been disheartened to see it happen again so often.

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Ailish Walsh left isolated in weeks before brutal murder

A woman murdered by her boyfriend in Hackney was “isolated” from family and friends in the weeks leading up to her death.

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Harrow MP- voices and action can bring rapid change

Gareth Thomas shares his advice on the best way to bring about change by raising voices in times of global instability and economic turmoil.

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South London pensioners ran £2million loan shark operation

A couple in their 70s who ran an illegal money lending business have been ordered to pay back more than £340,000.

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Merlin the owl 'stolen' from Wimbledon and Putney Commons

A beloved owl has been "stolen" from his flight pen in Wimbledon and Putney Commons and staff are “desperate to get him back safely”.

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Southern and Thameslink trains cancelled: Recap

Southern Rail trains and Thameslink trains are cancelled this morning due to a "major signalling fault". Passengers have been told not to travel. If you have any photos, videos or information please email emma.fradgley@newsquest.co.uk. We will bring you live updates today.

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Acland Burghley School teacher on preventing violent crime

Schools have a critical role to play in the prevention of violent crime, a senior north London teacher has said, after a rash of fatal attacks across the capital.

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Sadiq Khan pledges to work to tackle violent crime in London

In 2023 21 teenagers in London were killed as a result of violent crime with Harry Pitman's death marking the last as he was fatally stabbed 20 minutes before midnight on New Year's Eve.

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Richmond Hill Hotel review: A scenic and stunning hidden gem

Richmond Hill Hotel offers a captivating blend of historic charm and modern luxury.

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Who is Heidi Thomas? The creator of Call the Midwife

Heidi Thomas brought Call the Midwife on screen to BBC, but who is she and what other popular shows has she worked on?

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Graham Norton shares farewell amid Virgin Radio show exit

Broadcaster Graham Norton has hosted his final Virgin Radio show, sharing a touching message with listeners.

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London's Tube, train and bus perverts named and shamed

London’s courtrooms are inundated with sex crime cases which have taken place on public transport.

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Weather: South London faces yellow rain warning

Persistent rain is on the cards for south London as a yellow rain warning has been put in place.