Surge testing began in Wandsworth and Lambeth today, after 44 confirmed and 30 probable cases of the South African coronavirus
A new community survey has been launched to discover how people have been coping with their mental health during the
This Saturday, 10 April, will mark four decades since the beginning of the Brixton uprising, a violent confrontation between Metropolitan
A group of south London teenagers, including a classmate of a girl who died as a result of air pollution,
Unclear face mask guidance from the Education Secretary has left London parents and teachers concerned about the re-opening of schools
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A film which received international success and won multiple awards premiered on YouTube last month and has attracted over 200,000
Mental health charity Beyond has been praised by school staff and parents for its first children’s mental health festival last
The Mayor of London will be reviewing his decision to approve the construction of a controversial 20-storey tower in Brixton.
Bowls legend Andy Thomson MBE has announced his immediate retirement from the World Bowls Tour and now plans to coach
An online campaign has allowed the public to buy chocolate bars along with personalised messages for NHS and frontline workers.