Should you give money to beggars in London streets or not? Brixtonite Reya El-Salahi writes about begging in Lambeth and her experiences of presenting ‘Beggar Off‘, a documentary for London Live about [...]
By Katie Lathan, reporter The sale of Lambeth College’s Brixton Hill campus has been the subject of much controversy over the past few ...
The leader of Lambeth council has created two new deputy leader roles in a post-election cabinet shake-up. Labour leader, cllr Lib Peck, has appointed ...
Stephen Ferdinando meets the owner of Tree Shepherd, a Brixton based organisation seeking to inspire local businesses… As I waited to meet Colin Crookes outside the Ritzy cinema, a member [...]
Eight schools in Brixton and 66 of 85 schools in Lambeth were fully or partially closed today as a result of the strike by the National Union of Teachers (NUT). No secondary [...]
Every secondary school-age pupil in the borough will receive a place at a school in September 2014, with 85.6% receiving their first or second choices, Lambeth council has announced. The [...]
Written by Zoe Jowell If you’re coupled up… If you have the day off or you both work locally, then watch the sun set over the city from the Tulse [...]
Police in Lambeth are appealing for help locating a man wanted in connection with a burglary and a robbery. Tevikcem Binatli, 24, from Rommany Road, West Norwood is a suspect [...]