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MISSING MOGGY: Renewed appeal to help find Claude

The owners of Claude, a missing moggy from Leander Road, Brixton, have launched a renewed appeal for help to trace him after recent sightings. The...

PICK OF THE MONTH: What’s on in April

Spring is coming (though we said that last month too) and Brixton landmarks, from the Windmill to the Lido, fling open their doors again....

Nightclub review after shooting

By Tim Dickens A nightclub is to face a licensing review after a late-night shooting at the venue. Police were called to Club 414, Coldharbour Lane,...

Commuter joy as government retains Thameslink train service

The Department for Transport has bowed to the weight of pressure from south London commuters and vowed to keep a through-London train service on...

GO REDSKINS: An evening of ice hockey in Brixton with Streatham’s finest

As the cold snap takes hold in Brixton this week, writer Robert Makin heads to Brixton's Planet Ice to be wowed by Streatham's exiled...

Seven Bridges Project to shine light on rundown Loughborough Junction

By Ruth Waters You might have seen the big number 7 posters in the windows of the old Warrior pub on Coldharbour Lane and wondered:...

SPONSORED VIDEO: Homes for London

By Tim Dickens A London-wide campaign has been launched calling on the mayor to step in and keep the capital’s rents affordable. Homes for London, proposed...

Restaurant Review: Asmara

By Pippa Moore Asmara, 386 Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LF, 0207 737 4144 When I first entered Asmara, it seemed like a modest cafe severely lacking in...
A Ford Mondeo mounted the pavement on Brixton Water Lane

UPDATE: Cars damaged in Brixton Hill collision

Two cars a were involved in a serious collision this evening in Brixton Hill, in which miraculously nobody was badly hurt. The accident happened at...

Campaign to bring Boris bikes to Brixton

By Zoe Jewell, Editor A campaign to bring London’s cycle hire scheme to Brixton has been launched by local Labour activists and councillors. An online page...

‘We Love Brixton’ on Windrush Square

'Who doesn't love Brixton is a loser' - epithet written on one of the 8ft letters which spelled out 'WE LOVE BRIXTON' on Windrush...

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