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An 18-year-old man was stabbed to death outside a convenience store in Borough on Friday afternoon.
The developers of the controversial proposed 31-storey tower of student accommodation near London Bridge known as The Quill have revealed plans to seek permission to built the scheme as luxury homes for sale.
The engineer who oversaw the rebuilding of Waterloo Bridge during World War II has been honoured with a green plaque alongside the Thames.
Plans by Network Rail to relocate the Union Theatre and create a row of new restaurants in the railway arches south of Union Street have been approved by Southwark planning officers.
Councillors are expected to approve plans for a 26-storey tower of luxury flats alongside the Shard next week, but there will be no on-site affordable housing provided by the scheme.
Figures published this week show that the number of alcohol related calls to the London Ambulance service in Borough and Bankside increased by 30 per cent in 2013 compared to the previous year.
Campaigners held a protest at St George's Circus on Monday against plans for a 27-storey tower at the southern end of Blackfriars Road.
The South Bank Visitor Management Group has launched a new local information website for people living and working in the area between Lambeth Bridge and Oxo Tower Wharf.
Southwark's Roman Catholic cathedral is to receive a grant of £167,000 from a Government fund for repairs to historic cathedrals.
New Kent Road was closed to traffic on Sunday whilst the footbridge which formerly linked the northern side of the road with the Heygate Estate was demolished.
Plans to open a branch of the Hoxton Hotel in Blackfriars Road have been revealed.
Soldiers from the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment paraded up Borough High Street on Friday afternoon en route to a memorial service at Southwark Cathedral.
One of the last remaining derelict warehouses in North Southwark has been added to the annual 'Heritage at Risk' register published by English Heritage.
Cleaners at Waterloo Station are taking part in a ballot for strike action over claims of 'victimisation' and 'bullying'.
A minicab driver and his passengers had a lucky escape when part of a tree fell across the road in high winds on Tuesday morning.