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AN 87-YEAR-OLD, and two TV presenters were among the former pupils who attended the official opening of a school’s new building.

John Roan School celebrated the official opening of its new three storey building on its Westcombe Park si... read on


A SWIMMING club which runs vital sessions for its disabled members is facing closure. read on...

YOUNGSTERS learned battlefield first aid skills from soldiers and discovered more about infection control. read on...

UNION members have lobbied councillors over proposals to close a supported housing service affecting 50 vulnerable adults. read on...

RESIDENTS were left “disappointed” by a council’s response to their plea to reopen their “beloved social club” which the authority closed down. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

Crystal Palace 3 Liverpool 1

CRYSTAL Palace climbed out of the Premier League dropzone with a thrilling win at a rainswept Selhurst Park.

The Eagles made the worst possible start when Rickie Lambert scored just 90 seconds into the contest for Liverpool.

But Palace were level on 17 minutes as Dwight Gayle netted his fourth goal against the Reds in three games, converting after Yannick Bolasie's shot came back off the base of the left post.

Bolasie had come back off international duty with DR Congo energised - scoring two goals for his country - and he cued up Palace's second of the afternoon in the 78th minute, crossing for Joe Ledley to calmly slot through the legs of Simon Mignolet.

Just five minutes later it was 3-1 as captain Mile Jedinak curled a glorious free-kick into the top right corner.

It means Palace are just two points behind Liverpool and Tottenham, who have both spent huge sums in the transfer market.

It also ... read on

Crystal Palace 3 Liverpool 1

CRYSTAL Palace climbed out of the Premier League dropzone with a thrilling win at a rainswept Selhurst Park. read on
THE South London derby ended goalless but it might have been so different had George Tucadean not missed a chance at the death.

The Charlton ... read on
THE South London derby ended goalless but it might have been so different had George Tucadean not missed a chance at the death.

The Charlton ... read on
THE South London derby ended goalless but it might have been so different had George Tucadean not missed a chance at the death.

The Charlton ... read on

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