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A large congregation filled the nave of Southwark Cathedral on Tuesday for the funeral of local activist Ted Bowman who died last month.
Southwark Cathedral's Choral Eucharist on Sunday was preceded by the blessing of palm branches and reading of the Gospel in Borough Market.
James Braidwood, 'the father of firefighting' who died in the 1861 Great Tooley Street Fire, has been remembered at Brigade bar and bistro in Tooley Street's Fire Station building.
The President of Ireland Michael D Higgins has visited City Hall to attend a youth event and present Gold Awards as part of the historic Irish State Visit.
London's first post-conviction antisocial behaviour order (ASBO) against an illegal three cup and ball game racketeer has been obtained by Lambeth Council.
British Transport Police officers are appealing for information after reports that a woman was racially abused on the Tube.
Southwark's unique character is at risk as a result of poor decision-making on planning applications, a Bermondsey councillor has warned.
A controversial development of 37 homes in the Bermondsey Street conservation area has been approved by Southwark's planning committee.
Councillors have approved plans by further education college LeSoCo to redevelop part of its Waterloo campus with new homes to fund upgrades to teaching facilities.
People impersonating police officers have been stopping and searching tourists in SE1 to steal cash and mobile phones, local safer neighbourhoods teams have warned.
Plans for a major restoration of The Old Vic theatre and the construction of a new five-storey annexe have been approved by Lambeth Council.
Plans to turn Keyworth Street into a more pleasant environment for pedestrians and cyclists have been approved by councillors.
The experimental closure of Mint Street to through traffic is likely to be made permanent.
Part of Rushworth Street was sealed off by police on Thursday night due to concerns about the safety of a wall on a demolition site.
Detectives have identified a linked series of attacks on women on the Southwark and Lambeth border and are appealing for further victims to come forward.