Thu, 24th Apr 2014

Traffic & Travel

Last updated 18.51

Southern London
Disruption due to signalling problem. Tickets being accepted on First Capital Connect and Transport for London services

A102 Blackwall Tunnel Poplar
Tunnel closed and queueing traffic due to oil spillage and broken down coach

A102 Blackwall Tunnel Greenwich
Queueing traffic due to earlier broken down vehicle. All lanes have been re-opened

M25 Greater London
Slow traffic

A2214 East Dulwich Grove North Dulwich
Emergency repairs, burst water main and temporary traffic lights


Offensive social media posts after Petts Wood train death

4:04pm Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: The scene at Petts Wood station yesterday morning

News Shopper readers have reacted after a series of offensive tweets and social media comments followed the death of a woman hit by a train in Petts Wood yesterday.

VIDEO: Angry naked man in Hither Green

11:10am Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: VIDEO: Angry naked man in Hither Green

Bare-ly believable footage has been revealed of an angry naked man chasing a car in Hither Green and then attacking a punter at a nearby bookies.

Challenge to get fit in 30 days in Bromley and Dulwich

3:39pm Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: Julian Hitch. Picture by Solent News and Photos

How much of a difference could you make to your fitness if you focussed on it for 30 days?

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Bircham wants maximum haul against QPR and Bournemouth

4:44pm Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: Marc Bircham. Picture by Edmund Boyden.

Millwall first team coach Marc Bircham is targeting six points from the two remaining fixtures to keep the club in the Championship – starting at QPR this weekend.

Bircham: Let QPR worry about Millwall rather than the other way round

5:12pm Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: Picture by Edmund Boyden

Marc Bircham says Millwall are focusing on themselves rather than QPR ahead of Saturday’s crucial clash against his former side.

Chief exec keen for Wings to continue making progress

12:26pm Thursday 24th April 2014

News Shopper: Mawson is congratulated

Welling United chief executive Barry Hobbins sees the Football League as more of a target than a dream for his beloved club.

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