The Whitgift Centre has reopened following its closure amid a bomb threat at boots.
A satellite installation firm has been fined just £1 after one its workers fell to his death while carrying out work on a roof.
Nervous A-level students will be getting their results today.
Free on-street parking, discounts in a series of leading retailers and free tram travel will all be on offer over the weekend as businesses and the council work to put the August riots behind them.
Julian Speroni: He made a mistake but you can’t stay angry at him for long can you? He’s saved Palace so many times in the last few years he is allowed one off moment, foul or no foul. Plenty of other keepers would have crumbled after that but he stood strong and made vital saves to keep Palace in the game. 7
Crystal Palace fan James Scott gives his views on the Eagles' dramatic 2-1 win over Coventry City on Saturday.
Crystal Palace Football Club is giving more than a thousand free tickets to families affected by the Croydon riots.
A man will face trial after pleading not guilty to mowing down a heavily pregnant woman and her mother whose car was stolen.
A woman whose sister is a police officer and mother is a 999 call handler, has been charged with looting during last week's riots.
Two Sutton police officers kept a man who had been shot during the Croydon riots alive long enough for his family to see him before he died.
Prince Charles and his wife Camila visited Croydon this afternoon to meet residents and businesses affected by riots last week.
Croydon Borough Commander Adrian Roberts has thanked the public for their overwhelming support, following last week's riots.
Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake is urging residents to help maintain the under-threat 127 bus service.
On Sunday Aug 21st, the recently formed 'Friends of Addiscombe Railway Park' will host their first public event at Croydon's newest park, between 2 and 4pm. We're aiming to raise publicity and to get some practical park conservation work done. We're trying hard to pull off a great first event, and will be joined by colleagues from Croydon Council's 'Green Spaces' team and Croydon BTCV. We hope that the Guardian will be interested in covering this community event with a brief report, ideally in person, but if not then we can supply the story and photograph after the event. More event details are at http://park.addiscombe.net/events.asp Based on information supplied by Ewald Schroder- Secretary of Friends Group.