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Brixtonite Levi Roots was the star judge of the third annual Great Brixton Bake Off, described by organisers as an "extravaganza of culinary delight".
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A TOWER planned for Wandsworth town centre would provide more than twice the affordable homes target - and four times the proportion being built at Nine Elms. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

DEFENDER Tony Craig became the favourite to be Neil Harris' captain next season when he signed for the Lions for a third time.
The centre-back, who comes from a Millwall family, signed a two-year deal with the club where he came through the academy and made his debut 12 years ago at the age of 18.
The move comes eight weeks after Neil Harris exclusively revealed to the South London Press that he wanted to bring the 30-year-old back to The Den.
Craig said: "My mum Susan was brought up in Deptford and came from a Millwall family.
"Her dad Thomas Buckingham, is a Millwall fan - and his dad before him. So it goes back a long way.
"So it was great to play for the club you supported as a boy."
The left-footer was frozen out by Mark McGhee's successor Dennis Wise in 2004.
"All my low points for me at Millwall were when I was not playing," said the defender.
"Any game I was not involved in was tough. But it always gave me the determination to work hard to get b... read on

DEFENDER Tony Craig became the favourite to be Neil Harris' captain next season when he signed for the Lions for a third time.
The centre-back, wh... read on
WIGAN Athletic have submitted a bid for Charlton winger Callum Harriott.

The 21-year-old winger wants a Valley exit.

But the South L... read on
MILLWALL are one of a number of clubs lobbying to get more professional referees in the game.
But it is unlikely they will get any for League One ... read on
DAVID Connolly nearly signed for Millwall boss Kenny Jackett in 2012.
The former Dons striker, who had already scored 175?professional goals by t... read on

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