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A couple have been sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison after they committed a string of artifice burglaries and targeted elderly people across Southwark, Lewisham and Islington.
The prime minister visited the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre on the South Bank on Monday.
51 candles were lit at Southwark Cathedral on Wednesday lunchtime to represent each of the people killed in the Marchioness riverboat disaster a quarter of a century ago.
A nine-day part-closure of London Bridge Station begins this Saturday, with no First Capital Connect or Southern trains until Monday 1 September.
A giant electronic sign has been installed on Westminster Bridge warning tourists not to get involved with the illegal gaming scams which have blighted the bridge in recent years.
The site of Cross Bones Graveyard is to become a temporary garden under plans agreed by Transport for London and Bankside Open Spaces Trust.
A trader at the Elephant & Castle market has been sentenced to a six month community order with 50 hours of unpaid work after pleading guilty to selling counterfeit mobile phone accessories.
British Transport Police detectives have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with an incident on a late-night train from London Bridge last month.
Prince Harry visited Potters Fields Park on Wednesday morning for the launch of the British team for next month's Invictus Games.
A mobile tourist information point staffed by volunteers has been set up outside City Hall.
The Roman Catholic Church of the Most Precious Blood in Borough has been given listed status by the Government as a building of special architectural interest.
Bermondsey's Leathermarket Gardens were closed to the public on Monday after what police described as an 'altercation' in the middle of the night.
A man has been found with head injuries in Lower Marsh behind Waterloo Station.
The centenary of the first troop train leaving Waterloo Station at the start of the Great War has been marked by a reenactment at the station.
A trial of free WiFi is being introduced on two Southwark bus routes including the popular RV1.