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Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott has praised Southwark Labour's "impressive" council house building programme on a visit to Willow Walk in Bermondsey.
The 1,000th anniversary of the reputed destruction of London Bridge by St Olaf has been marked with a service of Choral Evensong at Southwark Cathedral.
The Mayor of London has published outline proposals for a £2.6 billion extension of the London Underground's Bakerloo line ... but it may not be built for another quarter of a century.
A car drove into one of the pedestrian subways at Elephant & Castle on Tuesday evening and overturned.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson inspected two HGVs fitted with equipment to reduce the risk of collisions with pedestrians and cyclists on Tuesday afternoon.
Belvedere Road on the South Bank was turned into a 'play street' by Greenpeace activists protesting outside the London offices of oil giant Shell.
Local commemorations of the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War began on Monday with a wreath-laying ceremony and service organised by Borough Market.
Waterloo Road will soon boast three convenience shops in a row when M&S Simply Food and Tesco Express open next door to Sainsbury's Local.
A statue of railway artist Terence Cuneo - unveiled by the Princess Royal a decade ago - has been removed from Waterloo Station and will be displayed at an army barracks in Kent.
Southwark Council has admitted that it does not have the power to impose a 20 mph speed limit on cyclists in the borough.
Around 60 people joined a protest outside a Government minister's home in Westminster Bridge Road on Thursday night as his former domestic cleaner faces deportation.
Bankside may have a long history as a place of entertainment beyond the regulation of the city authorities but buskers and street performers could soon be subject to a new licensing regime.
Tower Bridge Road was brought to a standstill during Wednesday evening's rush hour when a fire broke out on the roof of a block of flats at the corner of Druid Street.
Prime minister David Cameron was among the speakers at an international conference on female genital mutilation and forced marriage held at Walworth Academy just off Old Kent Road on Tuesday.
Developers proposing to build around 400 homes on the site of the old Crosse & Blackwell factory in Bermondsey have held a public exhibition of their early proposals.