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THOUSANDS of runners are making their final preparations for the 35th London Marathon, which starts in Greenwich Park on Sunday. Fundraisers will be joining elite athletes including Paula Radcliffe and Paralympian David Weir on the course. LEANNE... read on

THOUSANDS of runners are making their final preparations for the 35th London Marathon which starts in Greenwich Park next Sunday. read on...

WE ARE the people's paper and we're celebrating. read on...

A MUSICIAN digging a vegetable patch in his garden has unearthed a luxurious Second World War bunker. read on...

VIEWS are being sought on the future of the former site of Deptford foundry. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

Skipper Gareth Batty admits Surrey's rain-affected draw with Essex highlighted a number of issues his side need to work on during their week off.
The veteran off-spinner, who may be forced to miss next weekend's Leicestershire clash due to a calf strain, said: "Normally you'd say this sort of a break early on in the season is a bad thing, but on this occasion it's probably a good thing for us.
"We probably weren't at our best against Essex. Some of the good work we did down in Cardiff we didn't get as right.
"It was a good toss for Essex to win. It was a good pitch with a little bit of overcast conditions. It did a little bit and I think we did well to get 340.
"We could have got more, obviously, and we could have done better when we had a go bowling on it ourselves.
"The weather took its toll of the game anyway, so I guess if we did get it wrong, it was a good time to get it wrong."
There was a sense that Surrey dodged a bullet, when rain put paid to the fou... read on

Skipper Gareth Batty admits Surrey's rain-affected draw with Essex highlighted a number of issues his side need to work on during their week off. read on
MILLWALL'S newest debutant Jamie Philpot will see a surgeon this week to decide whether he needs an operation on his knee.
The 18-year-old signed... read on
SIMON Church's agent has confirmed that the striker will be leaving Charlton this summer.

The 26-year-old Welsh international is out of contr... read on
MILLWALL manager Neil Harris will roll back the years when he plays on the Den's turf again tonight.
The Lions boss is among a string of big names... read on

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