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Campaign choir's sad send-off before subways filled in by TFL


A CHOIR has helped say goodbye to the colourful subways that help pedestrians avoid a traffic-crammed junction.

The walkways beneath Elephant & Castle's northern roundabout are soon to be filled in as Transport for London (TfL) begins w... read on


FORMER paramedic Bob Garbutt wants you to join him on the Thames Bridge Bike Ride to raise money for the Stroke Association. read on...

TV GARDENER Alan Titchmarsh visited a South London hospital to unveil a piece of art honouring organ donors. read on...

DID you know that there was such a person as a Bubbleologist. read on...

IT has been quite a year for Natalie Abrahami. read on...

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TONY PULIS says the huge investment in players at Crystal Palace means their climb up the table is not a shock.

And the West Brom boss - going back to Selhurst Park tomorrow for the first time since quitting just days before the start of the Premier League season - reckons they underperformed under Neil Warnock.

Pulis won Manager of the Year for the way he hauled the Eagles out of the deathgrip of relegation and to an 11th-place finish.

But Alan Pardew, who replaced Warnock in January, has done a similar job in revitalising the ailing South Londoners, who have a top-10 finish in their sights.

Pulis said: "It was a massive surprise to me that they struggled in the first half of the season. They have invested just under £30million on a team that finished 11th.

"If you look at how many players have come in since I left, it is eight or 10. It's no surprise to me that a good manager like Alan has gone in there and been successful.
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TONY PULIS says the huge investment in players at Crystal Palace means their climb up the table is not a shock.

And the West Brom boss - go... read on
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But in recent weeks he has demonstrated the kind of battling qualit... read on
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FLOOD risk inspectors look set to review how much of a risk there is on Plough Lane - and a downgrading decision could open the door for an AFC Wimble... read on

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