The 18-year-old man and 19-year-old woman died in what police are calling a "tragic accident".
The victim was attacked on the 199 bus in south east London.
The stone marking Henry VIII's foundation of Dockyard at Deptford has been found behind a false wall at University College London.
A murder investigation has been launched after a fire killed an elderly woman in her flat on Deptford High Street yesterday.
82-year-old Giuseppina Fazzani died at the scene.
A 55-year-old woman was rescued from the upper floor by the London Fire Brigade and treated for smoke inhalation. She has since been discharged from hospital.
An elderly woman who died after being rescued from a fire in a flat on Deptford High Street has been named as 82-year-old Giuseppina Fazzani.
A murder investigation has been launched and a post-mortem has begun. Her next of kin has been informed.
An elderly woman who was rescued from a fire in a flat on Deptford High Street during the early hours of this morning has died.
Emergency services were called to the shop conversion just after 1:30am.
A second woman was also rescued and taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.
A driver who killed a teenage cyclist and callously droveaway from the scene of the collision has been jailed for fouryears.
Barry Normah, 28, from Deptford was found guilty at the Old Bailey of causing death bydangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of an accident following atrial.
After sentencing today Normah was disqualified from driving for 5 years. 17 year old Olatunji Johnson Adeyanju - known as 'TJ' - was taken to Kings College Hospital after the collision in March last year on Deptford Church Street and died later the same evening.
Following the collision Normah drove away before turning round at traffic lights and returning to the scene, stopping opposite where TJ was lying before driving away once again.
He was arrested and later charged with causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
Thirty eight people have been jailed for a total of 70 years after a police crackdown on organised gang crime in Deptford.
The sentencing is the culmination Operation Nona which involved undercover officers buying drugs on the streets of South East London.
Police officers were working as part of Operation Trilogy Unit - a unit set up to tackle gang-related crime in Lewisham
They seized large amounts of cash and an imitation fire arm.
Police say as a result of Operation Nona they have broken up four organised criminal networks. .
Rail bosses have been forced to apologise after people living in a part of south London complained of a Christmas ruined by engineering work.
Residents in Deptford were told by Network Rail that work to replace a bridge would be finished by the new year, but that hasn't been the case, as Simon Harris reports.
Deptford resident Laura Ballard said: "All the lorries have been turning here. Coming on and off site.
"We've had men parking here, who are not supposed to be parking here all through the night, coming back to their vehicles, laughing, shouting, joking, slamming their doors, changing their outfits before going home. It's not acceptable.
"They were told they were not supposed to park here. This has been going on since July or August."
A temporary wooden footbridge has been built at St Johns in Deptford, where residents claim they endured four days of Christmas misery. Network Rail admits work to replace the original bridge has been delayed by "unforeseen complications" and high winds.
Deptford residents have been offered thousands of pounds to put up with round-the-clock engineering work.
People living near St Johns station are facing months of noise and disruption while essential maintenance work is carried out.
And it will be so bad over the Christmas break, that Network Rail is offering families living nearby £5,500 to provide some sort of festive cheer.
Marcus Powell reports on how the deal is going down.
A woman has been arrested after an 11-month-old boy was given a bottle feared to contain bleach as he sat in a fast food restaurant. The toddler swallowed some of the contents and immediately vomited, Scotland Yard said. He was taken to hospital for observation and his condition is stable.
The toddler was with his mother and grandmother in McDonald's, Eltham High Street, south-east London, when the incident occurred at around 12.40pm on Thursday. Detectives arrested a 53-year-old woman in Deptford. She was being questioned at a south London police station.
Officers have recovered the bottle and tests are being carried out to find out what it contained.