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Elephant & Castle briefly gained a new water feature on Friday morning when a water main was damaged outside the Metropolitan Tabernacle.
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou's easyBus company is expanding its services from Waterloo with the addition of a low-cost minibus service to Heathrow Airport.
Plans for a 900-seat theatre next to Potters Fields Park have been announced by former National Theatre bosses Sir Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's official residence has been granted a licence to sell alcohol and play amplified music in the gardens, despite a 49-signature petition by nearby residents.
Transport for London is considering plans for the removal of the Bricklayers Arms flyover - but it is locked in a legal tussle with Southwark Council over land ownership at the junction.
A new private sixth-form college charging up to £43,000 a year will open next month close to Westminster Bridge.
Ofsted inspectors have found that Lewisham Southwark College is making 'reasonable improvement' as a new management team tries to guide the FE college's recovery from an 'inadequate' rating.
Fundraising fitness fanatic Gavin Tiffin set off from the South Bank on his epic 2,000 mile cycle from London to Russia last Thursday.
Low-cost supermarket Lidl is planning to redevelop its Old Kent Road store.
Sartorio Properties has applied to Southwark Council for planning permission to knock down the Gladstone pub in Lant Street and replace it with a 10-storey block of flats.
Detectives are appealing for help in identifying a man who they wish to speak to in connection with an attempted rape.
Nurses who trained at St Thomas' Hospital have appealed for the return of objects stolen from a display case in the hospital last week.
The Office of Rail and Road has fined Network Rail £2 million after commuters faced serious delays to train services earlier this year.
The Urban Academy in Decima Street closed its doors last week as part of the collapse of the Kids Company charity.
The leader of Southwark Council has launched a strongly worded attack on the 'failing' Lewisham Southwark College after plans to de-merge further education in the two boroughs were apparently rejected.