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A 24-hour Tesco Express convenience store has opened in Waterloo Road - sandwiched between Sainsbury's Local and M&S Simply Food.
Glyndwr University - the Wrexham-based higher education institution at the centre of a controversy over the recruitment of overseas students - has announced that it is relocating its London campus from Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre.
The British School of Osteopathy has announced that it is to make all children's clinic appointments free of charge from 1 January next year.
The City of London Corporation has been forced to backtrack on plans to charge a higher rent to tenants of a new social housing block next to Tower Bridge.
Plans for a balloon in the shape of a Father Christmas hat to be tethered to the roof of ITV's South Bank headquarters have been vetoed by Lambeth Council.
Double deck commuter train services from Basingstoke or Southampton to Waterloo are one of the options to tackle overcrowding presented in a new Network Rail document.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has been questioned at a public meeting over the future of the Coronet at Elephant & Castle.
Ground anchors have been installed in a motorcycle parking bay on The Cut as part of a trial of new security measures by Southwark Council.
The London Fire Brigade could move its headquarters back to Albert Embankment under plans being considered by fire authority members.
The Uxbridge Arms pub on the Rockingham Estate is to be redeveloped after Southwark Council agreed to sell the site.
Four men have been sentenced at the Old Bailey in connection with the murder of 34-year-old Christopher Foster in Borough High Street who was killed in a failed revenge attack last November.
Two Southwark policemen rescued a two-year-old boy and his grandfather from a smoke-filled flat at Elephant & Castle on Friday morning.
A "calculated and ruthless" armed robber who targeted small businesses in central and south London has been jailed for 14 years.
A second person has been charged with a murder of a teenager in Pilgrimage Street in October.
Fr Richard Hearn has been named as the next dean of Southwark's Roman Catholic cathedral.