The parents of 14-year-old Shelley Pratt say they are worried that someone may be stopping her from coming home.
Former prime ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair led tributes to former Labour energy minister Malcolm Wicks, who has died at 65.
A woman who defrauded over £2.4million from her banking employers to fund shopping sprees and her social life was jailed for nine years.
A mother of eight killed a father of nine by beating him with a baseball bat, a court heard.
Cherri Gilmartin suspected David Petch had been selling drugs to her sister, the Old Bailey was told.
She and her partner Jason Lodge went round to his flat on the New Addington estate, Croydon, south London, and attacked him after finding him in bed, said Simon Denison, QC, prosecuting.
He said the couple, who had eight children aged from their late teens to a few months, fled to Rye, East Sussex, but later gave themselves up to police.
Mr Petch, 55, died from a brain injury on April 18, last year, four days after he was attacked.
A South London tourist board is claiming that part of Croydon should properly be known as England's 'Lake District'.
The term is of course, more commonly associated with the countryside of Cumbria.
But the South Norwood Tourist Board claims it has got a greater claim to the title because Cumbria only has one official lake, although it does have many more meres, tans and waters.
The Cumbrian authorities have fired back calling their competitor's lakes mere puddles.
Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision in Croydon.
Police were called by the London Ambulance Service at just before 9am to Wellesley Road, following reports of a van in collision with a child.
The driver stopped at the scene.
The three-year-old girl was taken to St George's hospital but was later pronounced dead. Next of kin have been informed.
Officers from the Road Death Investigation Unit at Catford Traffic Garage are investigating.
The driver has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and remains in custody at a south London police station.
Protests are taking place nationwide today against a new housing benefit, labelled by campaigners as "bedroom tax", that will cut benefits to people with a spare room.
Under the Government's welfare reforms, those deemed to have a spare bedroom in their council or housing association home will have their benefit claims reduced by £40 to £80.
A busker who used to play on the streets of London for pennies is about to join the high-rollers of Las Vegas.
Musician Si Cranstun, from Croydon, has clinched a record-deal and is now preparing to play alongside 50's legend Little Richard in America.
Police are still looking for a driver who fled the scene of a car crash at a bus stop in Streatham in which a woman died and a man was critically injured. The woman has not yet been identified but her family have been informed. Doctors say the man is in hospital in a critical condition.
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna, the Labour MP for Streatham, wrote on Twitter: "Deepest condolences to the family of the lady tragically killed at a bus stop on Streatham High Road early this morning."
A woman's been killed at a South London bus stop after being hit by a car, which ten minutes earlier had driven away from a collision with another vehicle.
Two men have also been left in a critical condition.
Nick Thatcher reports.
The scene of the second collision on Streatham High Road in which a woman waiting at a bus stop was killed. The occupants of the Audi left the scene before officers arrived.
Police are investigating two collisions involving the same car in south London which left one woman dead and two men critically injured.
An Audi and a Volkswagen crashed in London Road, Croydon at around 5:20 this morning.
The Volkswagen driver was critically injured.
The same Audi vehicle was then involved in a collision with two people on Streatham High Road in Lambeth, killing a woman in her 30s and leaving another man with critical injuries.
The damaged Audi was abandoned at the scene.