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Southwark's new Mayor Abdul Mohamed has chosen the Evelina Children's Hospital in Waterloo as his charity for his year in office - and has promised to travel by public transport and bicycle instead of mayoral limousine.
A special presentation was made to Mayor of Southwark Althea Smith on board the Golden Hinde last week to mark the close of her mayoral year.
Police are appealing for information after a 22-year-old woman was "seriously assaulted" on Albert Embankment earlier this month.
Members of the public who witnessed a violent assault on a man using a cash machine at Waterloo Station have been asked to contact British Transport Police.
A man who broke a fellow tube passenger's nose at Elephant & Castle station has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
Barratt Developments has revealed plans for a development of around 400 homes at the southern end of Blackfriars Road.
Proposals for a major redevelopment of the Shell Centre on the South Bank have been approved by Lambeth Council's planning applications committee.
The Anglo-Qatari consortium that is redeveloping the Shell Centre has announced that it has agreed heads of terms with Southbank Centre to acquire the Hungerford Car Park next to Jubilee Gardens.
Three Southwark Labour Party councillors and two local activists are competing to be the party's candidate to take on Simon Hughes at the 2015 general election.
Rambert's dancers were given their first access to the company's new headquarters this week when they enjoyed a guided tour of the construction site.
A nature-friendly green trail stretching from Lambeth North to Burgess Park via Elephant & Castle was launched this weekend.
More than 50 students from 13 schools in South London, Kent and Surrey last week enjoyed a fun-filled day of chemistry at the Salters' Festival of Chemistry at London South Bank University.
The Metropolitan Police will move some of its headquarters departments to Lambeth Road under plans announced on Monday.
The Mayor of London is holding a further round of public consultation on the controversial Eileen House scheme at Elephant & Castle after the developer proposed to install "sealed high acoustic performance windows" to block out nightclub noise.
London South Bank University has revealed plans to sponsor a specialist engineering academy for secondary school pupils in Walworth.