News Jonny Benjamin (left) and Neil Laybourn meet after Mr Benjamin launched a campaign to find the stranger who stopped him from taking his life in 2008.

Now a mental health campaigner, Jonny Benjamin wanted to find the stranger so he could thank him

Working windmill brings rural life to ... Brixton

Urban development, steam power and the industrial revolution all contributed to their decline in Britain, but a community in south London was yesterday celebrating the reopening of a historic 19th century windmill, the last remaining of its kind in inner London.

Thirty years after the Brixton riots, a cultural intifada continues

Yesterday marked the thirtieth anniversary of a spark; the beginning of the Brixton riots. Our struggle, however, continues today.

Suspect in Stockwell shooting stabbed

One of the teenage suspects in the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran has been stabbed. The 17-year-old is in a "serious but stable" condition under police guard in hospital, sources confirmed.

Video: Marathon runner takes on London Eye

Noel Bresland has run 26.2 miles on a treadmill in the London Eye as part of his attempt to run 223 marathons in ten years.

50 gangs prowling area where 5-year-old was shot

Up to 50 violent gangs could be operating in the area where five-year-old Thursha Kamaleswaran was caught in the crossfire of a feud, sources said yesterday.

Gang targets sought after Stockwell shooting

Police were tonight hunting three youths for shooting a five-year-old girl and a shopkeeper.

Video: Cuts protesters storm councils

Protesters invade council chambers in Leeds and Lambeth during budget debates.

Father Dominic O'Toole: I was a business consultant, then I saw the light

I decided to make a change when I was about 30. I'd spent my working life in retail as a buyer for head office before moving into consultancy work for small companies. I was really driven by work and it defined much of my personality. But I came to the realisation that something was missing. I had this nagging feeling that I should be doing something different with my life – more importantly that I should be devoting my life to God through a religious order.

Woman raped by same man twice

A 19-year-old man was arrested yesterday after a woman was raped by the same person twice in three months.

Man questioned over double rape

Detectives were continuing to question a 19-year-old man today after a woman was raped by the same person twice in three months, police said.

Shed Media profit increases by 22 per cent

Shed Media said it overcame a "turbulent" television market in the first half of the year as it reported a 22 per cent rise in adjusted pre-tax profits.

Stamps mark London Eye's tenth anniversary

The tenth anniversary of one of London's most recognisable landmarks is being celebrated with a collection of stamps on sale today.

Lambeth roads closed in WWII bomb alert

Police were investigating reports that a World War Two shell has been found in central London today.

Rival MBO tabled for Shed after initial deal collapses

The proposed management buyout of Shed Media, the producer of New Tricks, collapsed yesterday, although a deal may not be dead after it revealed separate talks.

Jury out in 'dog attack' murder trial

Jurors trying two brothers accused of murdering a 16-year-old boy in an attack in which dogs were used as weapons began a second day of deliberations today.

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